Términos y condiciones

WFS Talent Privacy Policy

For the purposes of the provisions of the European Data Protection Regulation, The company,
informs you that in certain areas of our website the user is requested a series of data of a personal nature.

The user always has the option of accepting or rejecting the legal conditions under which
It will provide that data. This acceptance is considered as informed consent, and expressly authorizes
the treatment with the following characteristics:

Responsible for the file XXX –
Address of the person responsible Xxxx
Purpose Attend to the processing of your candidacy or other requests that you have made through our website or by email.
Legitimation Consent of the affected party.
Data Assignment Recipients The data that you provide us will not be the subject of transfer, except in those cases in which your candidacy has been selected to participate in selection processes that the firm carries out. In these cases, the data provided to us may be communicated-with this sole purpose-to companies that have contracted our services.
Origin The interested party himself or his legal representative.
Rights Access, rectification, suppression and opposition to data processing.
More information You can ask us for additional and detailed data protection information at the email address listed in our contact details. You can also consult additional information at the following link: www.xxx.com

WFS Talent considers that the data of registered users is of the utmost importance and is therefore committed to fulfilling its obligation to secrecy personal data and its duty to treat them with confidentiality, so it has developed a record of treatment activities that includes measures to protect the confidentiality of personal data that work in its possession, in accordance with the European Regulations on data protection.

Responsible for the file WFS Talent is an executive search firm and gathers only the required personal data needed to provide our services. Your data is registered in a secure database and our property, which can only be accessed by WFS Talent. The data you provide could include: professional history, professional training, Curriculum Vitae and contact details. By submitting your information to WFS Talent, regardless of the medium, you are transmitting your consent for WFS Talent to have such information and to be considered, given the appropriate circumstances, as a possible candidate for one of the Executive search conducted by WFS Talent.

WFS Talent requests that all participants refrain from including confidential information in the information sent to us through any means. Such information is not necessary or relevant to our purpose. Confidential information may include any information relating to race or ethnic origin, political or religious beliefs of any kind; Information related to memberships in organized trade union groups or aspects of personal life that are not related to professional development.

The entity AltoPartners belongs to the International professional Association of Executives Search consultants (AESC, Association of Executive Search Consultants, www.aesc.org), an association requiring rigorous prior audit and acceptance of its code of Ethics:

We also adhere to the following codes of conduct: Https://www.aesc.org/profession/best-practices

Registration data: Mercantile Registry of MadridXXXs is registered in R. M. of Madrid, Volume  book, Folio, sect., sheet.
For any issue related to data protection, you can contact AltoPartners at the following phone number: + 34 91 7819900

Address of the person responsible Calle Ortega y Gasset 19.
You can also contact us via the following email address:info@altopartners.es
What data do we process? We treat all data provided to us. Taking into account the type of service we are going to provide, we can deal with data from the following categories:





For what purpose do we treat your personal data? At WFS Talent, we mainly process information provided by interested parties in order to process their candidacies for the selection processes we carry out with our clients.

We can also use your data to process other applications you may have made.

How long do we keep your data? Taking into account that the profile of the stakeholders can fit into selection processes that arise in the future, the data that we provide will be retained as long as the interested party has not requested its deletion.
What is the legitimation for the treatment of your data? Consent of the affected, necessary for the execution of the selection processes in which the candidate takes part.
Whom will your data be communicated to? The data that you provide us will not be the subject of transfer, except in those cases in which your candidacy has been selected to participate in selection processes that the firm carries out. In these cases, the data provided to us may be communicated-with this sole purpose-to companies that have contracted our services.
How have we obtained your data? The data to which we have access have been collected directly from the interested party or its legal representative. Data from other sources and companies are not treated.
What are your rights when you provide us with your data? You may exercise your rights of access, rectification, suppression, limitation of treatment or opposition by writing to the address listed above.

Anyone has the right to obtain confirmation of whether in Legal logic we are dealing with personal data that concern them or not.

The persons concerned have the right to access their personal data, as well as to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where appropriate, request its deletion when, among other reasons, the data are no longer necessary for the purposes that were collected.

Interested parties may request the limitation of the processing of their data, in which case we will only retain them for the exercise or defense of claims.

In certain circumstances and for reasons related to their particular situation, those concerned may object to the processing of their data. Legal logic will cease to treat the data, except for legitimate compelling reasons, or the exercise or defense of possible claims.