UNISTU is a Danish consulting firm, operating the website www.unistu-consulting.com. UNISTU can be contacted at email@example.com. UNISTU is hosted on the Wix.com platform. Wix.com is our provider of the online platform that allows us to connect with potential employees, customers and others that show interest in the activities of UNISTU. Your information may be stored through Wix.com’s data storage, databases and general Wix.com applications. Wix.com stores your information on secure servers. UNISTU will use Microsoft Excel for storage and process of your information. The Excel-document is only accessible to the founder and CEO of UNISTU (Mikkel Pedersen) and is pass-word locked.
At UNISTU we are committed to protect your privacy and we take the protection of your information very seriously. Therefore, we always treat your information with high level of professionalism and respect.
We collect, store and process your information for 3 main purposes:
Recruitment of employees
Website experience (for more information, readers are referred to our Cookies section)
At UNISTU we have 3 different way of collection information about you. These include:
When you contact us directly through e-mail
When you apply for a job at UNISTU through our application form at our website
When you visit our website (for more information, readers are referred to our Cookies section)
UNISTU only collects information about you that you have agreed to and provided.
You are able to apply for a job at UNISTU through the application form at our website www.unistu-consulting.com. When you apply for a job at UNISTU, we kindly ask all applicants for the following information:
If you are a student
If you are able to work in Copenhagen
Your current university
Your field of study
What best describes you
Your primary skills
Your key interests (optional)
Your description of yourself in your own words
Your preferred language of communication
LinkedIn profile URL (optional)
Upload CV (optional)
We collect the upper-mentioned information with the purpose of finding employees that we believe fits best within the culture of UNISTU. When you apply for a job at UNISTU, we will process your information to the extent necessary for handling your application.
If you are offered a job at UNISTU and accept the job, we may process your information again after the application process has ended (for more information, readers are referred to our Employee Management section).
If you have applied for a job at UNISTU, but we unfortunately at the moment can’t offer you a position, UNISTU would like to continue processing your information after the application process of the specific job has ended. We would like to do this due to the fact that another position that fits your profile might be available in the future at UNISTU.
If you don’t want UNISTU to keep your information after you have been rejected for a specific job, and don’t want UNISTU to contact you in the future regarding other jobs and positions at UNISTU, please let us know. Contact us at our e-mail mentioned above.
For more information about the time period for our storage of your information, please see the section “How long do we keep your information?”.
If you have been offered and accepted a position at UNISTU, we make use of your information to the extent that is necessary for your functions as a colleague at UNISTU. We only process information that has been provided and agreeded by you. This includes information that you have provided to UNISTU in relation to your application. It also includes information that we have collected about you during interviews and one-and-one meetings that you have allowed us to store.
We need to process your information when we are in the process of creating teams that should solve business problems for our customers. At UNISTU, we seek to combine different skill sets and personalities. That is why we need to process your information when we are creating and evaluating the teams.
We will also process your information before we have one-and-one meetings with you where we evaluate and talk about your experience and performance at UNISTU.
How long do we keep your information?
If you have applied for a job at UNISTU, and are not offered a position, UNISTU will at a maximum of 1 year keep your information collected through the application form and other material you may have provided us with through e-mail. The same procedure is applicable if you are offered a position at UNISTU, but don’t accept to take the position. If you are offered a job and accept to take it, UNISTU will keep your information at a maximum of 5 years.
We do not share your personal information
UNISTU will not share any of your personal information. Your information is only used by UNISTU, and UNISTU will never sell your information to third parties.
Your rights regarding your privacy information
You have some rights in relation to our processing of your information. If you want to make use of your rights, you will need to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. UNISTU strives to process your request as fast as possible. Following is your rights:
You have the right (in some cases) to see the information we process and store about you
You have the right (in some cases) to receive the information we process and store about you
You have the right to have changes made in incorrect information about you
You have the right (in some cases) to have your information deleted before the time of our ordinary deletion of your information
You have the right (in some cases) to suspend the processing of your information
Please note that UNISTU may ask you to provide valid ID in order to accept your request of using your rights described above. We may ask for valid ID in order to make sure that we are communicating with the right person. We will help you the best we can.
If you would like to complain, we refer you to Datatilsynet:
Address: Borgergade 28, 5, 1300 Copenhagen
Phone number: + 45 33 19 32 00
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