Managing Director Jan Erik Groos is responsible for processing all personal data in the company. Contact information: Mail: email@example.com Mobile +47 416 59 000
Our processing of personal data for different categories of data subjects
We want you to know that Fair Deal AS takes privacy seriously.
We have prepared this Privacy Statement to provide information on how we collect and use information from those who contact us by mail, using our digital products and websites (eg apps, facebook and web sites), our customers, employees and job seekers .
The purpose of processing personal data for employees is to safeguard ongoing employment conditions and employment contract.
The basis for the processing of personal data on employees is primarily to safeguard legal obligations related to the employment relationship. Some of the treatment is based on a balance of interests. We need to document that we have fulfilled obligations under law and agreement even after they have been fulfilled. We also need documentation for personnel management and we need an overview of the individual's expertise in work-related tasks. These are legitimate interests.
The personal data refers to the conditions that an employer needs to process in connection with an employment relationship and information is mainly obtained directly from the employees.
The purpose of processing personal data for former employees is to be able to safeguard the company's interests related to a completed employment relationship.
The processing of most of the personal information about former employees is based on a balance of interests.
The basis for the processing of personal data on former employees is linked to the need for the company to be able to document personnel conditions even after the employment relationship has ended, for example in the event of a dispute with the former employee. There may then be a need for documentation that we as an employer have fulfilled our obligations under legislation or employment agreement. This is a legitimate interest.
The processing involves storing the information for up to twelve months. Information that the employee has been employed, duration of the employment relationship and work assignments can be stored longer. The same applies to statutory requirements for the retention of information under, among other things, the Accounting Act. The information will not be disclosed to others without the previous employee's request, for example in connection with the assessment of employment with a new employer.
The purpose of processing personal information for job seekers is to consider applications that job seekers send us.
The processing of personal information about job seekers is based on a balance of interests. We need to use personal information to assess the job seeker's experience and qualifications. This is a legitimate interest.
We ask those who want to apply for a job with us to send us at least information about names, education, work experience, reference persons etc. (CV). Job seekers will often also provide other personal information they deem relevant to the assessment of the application, such as contact information, family matters and interests. In interviews, we ask questions to determine if the job applicant fits the position. In some cases, we may use tests or questionnaires for this purpose. If it becomes necessary to hire the job applicant we will be able to request further information as well as documentation for information we have already received. It is voluntary to provide us with such information.
We do not use the information for anything other than to evaluate the application and we do not pass the information on to anyone else.
We may retain information from job seekers for up to six months, in the event that job seekers believe that their rights are not fulfilled.
In some cases, it may be in the interests of both the company and a job seeker that we save applications from current job seekers who did not get the job, in case there is an increased future need for employees. In such cases, the company shall obtain the consent of the job applicant for the treatment and shall ensure that the consent is documented in accordance with the rights of the registered person. Such information is stored on an equal footing with other personnel information in the protected personnel archive and only as long as the consent is valid.
Contact; private customers and corporate customers
The purpose of processing personal information for private customers and contacts with corporate customers is to keep in touch with our customers to follow up, among other things, offers, orders and deliveries.
The processing of personal information about private customers and contacts with corporate customers is based on balancing interests. Contact with business customers becomes effective only by contacting individuals directly. This is a legitimate interest.
The treatment is done to the contact person's employer, who is our customer. In addition to names, we process ordinary contact information, such as telephone number, email address and employer, all of which are primarily related to the contact person's working conditions. The information is obtained mainly from the contact person's employer or directly from the contact person.
The scope of the information is limited. The processing of the information is related to the customer's business activities and not to the contact person's privacy. Furthermore, when consent is required under the Marketing Act, the contact person will have given consent before sending emails with marketing. Our processing of personal data is clearly predictable for the contact person.
The purpose of processing personal data for other contact persons is to have contact with public authorities, such as NAV and supervisory authorities in connection with public law matters where we may have obligations and rights.
Processing of personal information with other contacts is based on balancing of interests. In some cases, communication becomes effective only if we can contact individuals directly. This is a legitimate interest.
The treatment is done to the contact person's employer, in connection with matters of public law where we may have obligations and rights. In addition to names, we process ordinary contact information, such as telephone number, email address and employer, all of which are primarily related to the contact person's working conditions. The information is obtained mainly from the contact person's employer or directly from the contact person.
The scope of the information is limited. The processing of the information is related to the contact person's business and not to the contact person's privacy. Our processing of personal data is clearly predictable for the contact person.
When you use our site or our digital products, we collect data that is then stored and processed by us. Your visit to our website is logged. The following information is primarily recorded: your IP address, date and time, browser type and operating system as well as which pages you viewed. In principle, it is not possible to associate this with individuals, nor is it our intention.
Use of data
Personal information that you provide to us (such as your name and address or email address when ordering by email) is used solely for correspondence with you, and is processed only for the purpose for which you provided us the information. We may forward your payment information to the relevant financial institution for handling payments. Otherwise, we will not disclose your personal information to third parties, unless we are legally bound by it or you have given your consent.
Some of the statistics are used to track the use of websites and digital products so that we can make improvements and better understand them. The information can further be analyzed by means of analysis programs, e.g. Google Analytics. We do not track individuals based on the statistics.
We do not direct messages to any specific user unless we are asked to do so, for example when it comes to support.
Storage of data
Personal information provided to us is stored only for as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose for which we received the information. Some information may need to be stored for up to 10 years if required by trade or tax law.
We take every precaution we can to ensure that all information we collect is stored in a very secure way. However, the Fair Deal is not responsible for any disclosure of information.
Cookies and links
Cookies are used for technical reasons only, to make the site and digital products better for you as a user. You can get more information about different types of cookies and which we use if you contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Most browsers automatically allow cookies. You can change that if you want. See your browser's help pages for how to do it.
A cookie does not contain any personal information and cannot be used to identify the user.
By accessing the site, you consent to cookies being stored in your browser. If you do not want cookies stored, you can change your browser settings. You can also delete existing cookies. If you choose to delete or not accept cookies, you may experience reduced functionality on some websites.
Our website may contain links to other digital products. Fair Deal AS is not responsible for these digital products.
Is the information provided to third parties?
No information is provided to third parties beyond what is required by legal requirements for public authorities.
What rights does the registered and which country's law apply?
Everyone who asks is entitled to basic information about the processing of personal data in a business according to the rules of the Personal Data Act. We have provided this information in this statement and will refer to it in case of any queries.
Those who are registered in one of our systems are entitled to access their own information. They also have the right to request that inaccurate, incomplete or information we do not have access to process be corrected, deleted or supplemented. Claims from the registered person must be answered free of charge and at the latest within 30 days. We shall comply with the Norwegian law in force in this area at all times.
How is the information secured?
We have secured the personal data by the following technical and organizational measures:
Jan Erik Groos has a special task to ensure security.
Unauthorized persons are prevented from accessing the personal data or equipment stored there
The company's network is protected from intrusion by external firewall networks that only pass through necessary data traffic,
The corporate networks are protected against the use of unauthorized persons, for example by securing wireless networks.
Additional measures have been taken for particularly protective information, such as sick leave, information about the organization of the workplace, employee assessments, remarks and warnings.
Data processing agreements have been made.
Employees are trained in the use of the company's IT system.
If you have any further questions, please contact us at email@example.com