What personal data we collect?
Personal data, as defined by law, is defined as any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. The catalog of personal data is open, but we include, among others, name, surname, address, e-mail address, identification numbers, biometric data, physical, physiological, economic, cultural or social characteristics.
In the course of our business, Angel Management processes your personal data. However, we always strive to obtain only the personal data we need, aiming to collect as little data as we actually need. For this reason, we make a distinction in the scope of the data we obtain if you are our Employee, a Client, a representative of a Client who is a legal entity, or finally if you are just using our website.
You do not need to provide us with any personal information to browse our website. However, the situation is different if you remain interested in our commercial offer and establishing business cooperation with us. If you are interested in having us present an offer to you, we need to obtain from you the following data: your name, e-mail address, telephone number, details of the premises you are looking for, or the premises you want us to manage.
In a situation where you become our contractor further personal data will be acquired by us. This is due to a change in the nature of the cooperation. The personal data that we usually acquire in such a situation are mainly: name, surname, PESEL, address of residence or mailing address, telephone number and e-mail address provided to us for contact purposes, information on bank account number and other information related to the subject of the contract (e.g. description of the property, nature of cooperation, duration of the contract, etc.).What are the legal bases for our processing of your personal data?
Your personal data is processed by us in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (the so-called RODO), and at the time of obtaining your personal data we inform you each time what is the basis for its processing. In addition, we inform you whether you are obliged to provide us with certain personal data and what are the possible consequences of not providing us with such personal data.
Most often, we process your personal data based on the following legal grounds (at least one of the legal grounds indicated below is necessary for us to process your personal data):
- consent to the processing of personal data - consent is given in a situation where you wish to receive a commercial offer from us (excluding the situation where we act on the basis of our legitimate interest in direct marketing), or in a situation where you apply for employment with our companies (recruitment process);
- legal regulations - in many situations we are required by law to process your personal data. This applies to our obligations as an employer, but also to the settlement of civil law contracts concluded with our contractors;
- performance of concluded contracts - in a situation where you conclude a contract with us we are obliged to process your personal data to the extent that we are able to perform the contract properly;
- legitimate interests of the data controller - finally, we point out that we may also process your data based on our legitimate interests. This is the case both when we are carrying out direct marketing (to which you may object at any time), as well as, for example, when we are asserting claims in connection with concluded contracts, or in the scope of our monitoring.
1. Is it mandatory to provide personal information?
We are not entitled to require you to provide us with personal data. However, we point out that if you do not provide us with the personal data necessary, for example, to contact you - we will not be able to respond to your inquiry. In a situation where you refuse to provide personal data at the stage of signing a contract - its conclusion will then be impossible.
2. How long do we keep your personal data?
The period for which we keep (process) your personal data is linked to the purposes and grounds for processing. The storage period for personal data entrusted to us for the purpose of contacting us is different, while it is different in a situation where we process personal data in connection with a contract concluded with us and the obligations incumbent on us, in connection with the above. In determining the period for processing personal data, we take into account issues such as our obligations to tax authorities, or those related to the need to make financial settlements, or the limitation periods for the parties' claims related to the concluded contract.
If we process your personal data on the basis of consent (which is the case in our marketing activities) - we process your data no longer than until you withdraw your consent to their processing. An analogous effect is the raising of an objection to the processing of your personal data based on our legitimate interest (direct marketing).
Notwithstanding the above, we assure you that your data will be deleted or anonymized after these periods.
3. What rights do you have in connection with our processing of your personal data?
In connection with the processing of your personal data, you have the following rights:
The right to access your data - at any time you have the right to request information about what personal data we hold about you.
The right to request correction of data - you can always request that we correct your personal data if it is incorrect, and to complete incomplete data.
Right to request deletion of data - you can always request that we delete the personal data we process. Unfortunately, this will not always be feasible, as sometimes the obligation to process will involve, for example, legal regulations. In such a situation, we will inform you of this fact.
Right to request restriction of processing or to object - you can always request that we restrict the processing of your personal data. You may also object to the processing of your personal data based on our legitimate interests, which applies in particular to the direct marketing we carry out.
Right to withdraw consent - where we process your personal data on the basis of consent, you have the right to withdraw such consent at any time. Withdrawal of such consent will not affect the lawfulness of the processing carried out before its withdrawal.
4. What can you do if we process your data in an inappropriate manner?
In a situation in which you believe that we are processing your personal data in a manner that is not in compliance with the law - we will be grateful for such information. Please note that in such a situation you have the right to file a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
5. Who has access to your data?
In accordance with our policy - we do not share your personal data, sell it or exchange it with external parties for marketing purposes. We will only disclose your personal data if we are expressly obliged or authorized to do so by law (e.g. if you provide us with data requested by the police), or if you have given us your consent to do so (e.g. in order for us to present you with a marketing offer from another entity - the relevant check boxes on the website are used to indicate this consent).
At the same time, we stipulate that it is possible for us to entrust the processing of your data to entities cooperating with us, but each time this will be done only with carefully selected entities and on the basis of a personal data processing entrustment agreement.
Referral to third-party websites
If our website refers - also through a link - to third-party websites, we are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of the content presented there and for data security. Bearing in mind that we have no influence on the compliance of third parties with data protection rules, we recommend that you always check the data protection declarations presented there. We also urge you to read the privacy policies posted on these sites.