Data processing name: Blend Careers
You have voluntarily provided us with personal data which we process with your consent for the following purposes:
To process your application and manage your account.
To send you newsletters.
We may also email you special offers for our services that we think you would like.
You can withdraw this consent at any time. Withdrawal will result in your data no longer being processed for the above purposes from that time on. To withdraw your consent, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We store your data in the event of an active interview for the following minimum period, in accordance with the statutory provisions:
Claims for compensation due to discriminatory rejection of an application according to §§ 15 para. 1 and 29 para. 1 GlbG as well as § 7k para. 1 in connection with para. 2 Z 1 BEinstG: 6 months.
Time limit: from the day on which the rejection was received or 7 months from the date of receipt of the application.
Claims for reimbursement of any interview costs under section 1486(5) ABGB: 3 years
Start of time limit: The day on which the costs were incurred.
Blend.careers will not share your data collected during registration with third parties without your consent. However, in order to provide our services, we work with sub-processors who provide services such as hosting and software tools on our behalf. As part of this collaboration, these processors may have access to your data.
We ensure that all sub-processors are contractually bound to comply with applicable data protection, privacy and confidentiality laws.
However, in certain cases, blend.careers may be required to disclose data for legal reasons in order to assert, exercise or defend legal claims before a public authority.
You can reach us at:
Our data protection officer can be reached at:
Because we (also) process the data for direct advertising, you can at any time object to this processing for purposes of direct advertising.
Basically, you have the right to access, rectification, erasure, restriction, data portability and to object. Contact us about this.
If you believe that the processing of your data contravenes data-protection law or your legal claim to protection of your data has been violated in some other way, you can complain to the supervisory authorities. The Data Protection Authority is responsible for this in Austria.
Supervisory Autority for the complaince with data protection regulations in Austria: