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Information on Processing Personal Data

For the Information System: IS records of business partners

Information on the processing of the personal data of affected person pursuant to Sections 19 and 20 of Act no. 18/2018 Coll. on the Protection of Personal Data as amended (hereafter “Act”) and Sections 13 and 14 of the Regulation of the European Parliament and Council (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (hereafter “Regulation”)

The purpose of this information is to provide you with information on what personal data we process, how we manage it, for what purposes we use it, to whom we may provide it, where you can obtain information on your personal data and apply your rights in the processing of personal data.

Identification and contact data:

The operator processing your personal data is the company Humana People to People Slovakia s.r.o, Sučianska 31, 036 08 Martin, IČO 36414727.

Contact information of the responsible person for supervising the processing of personal data:

Ing. Dominik Bartko,, 0948 940 449

1.    Purpose of the processing of personal data and legal basis for its processing

The purpose of processing personal data is: managing records of affected persons. Personal data is processed pursuant to: Section 78 (3) of the Act.

Authorised interests of the operator or third party  

The processing of personal data for the purpose of the authorised interests of the operator, or of a third party, does not take place.

2.    Identification of processed personal data of affected persons

Affected persons whose personal data is processed are: the operator’s business partners

The extent of the processed personal data: title, first name, surname, job classification, working classification, function, personal number of the employee or the employee number of the employee, section, place of work, telephone number, fax number, work email address and the employer’s identification data


3.    Identification of recipients, categories of recipients

The operator may provide personal data to authorised entities such as institutions and organisations whose processing is authorised by a legal regulation, or to contracting partners (in particular intermediaries), who have bound themselves contractually to accept reasonable guarantees for preserving the protection of processed personal data, as follows:


Other authorised entity

Generally binding legal regulation pursuant to Section 13 (1)c of Act no. 18/2018 on the protection of personal data as amended


With the agreement of the affected person, or on his/her instructions, personal data may be provided to other recipients.

4.    Transfer of personal data to a third country/ international organisation

Transfer to third countries, or international organisations, does not take place.

5.    Identification of the source from which the personal data was obtained

Directly from the affected person, or the employer of the affected person

6.    Period of conservation of personal data

The operator processes personal data for the period necessary for fulfilling their purpose.

7.    Profiling

The operator does not process personal data by profiling, or any similar way based on automatized individual decision-making.

8.    Rights of the affected person

The affected person has the right to demand from the operator access to personal data which is processed about him/her, the right to edit personal data, the right to erase or limit the processing of personal data, the right to object to the processing of personal data, the right not to implement automatized individual decision-making including profiling, the right to transfer personal data, as well as the right to submit a proposal for the initiation of proceeding to a supervisory organ. If the operator processes the personal data based on the agreement of the affected person, the affected person has the right to cancel their agreement with the processing of personal data at any time. The cancellation of the agreement does not have any impact on the legality of processing personal data based on the agreement before its cancellation. The affected person can implement his rights by sending an email to the address: , or in writing to the address of the operator.

9.    Obligation to provide personal data

Providing personal data is a legal requirement; the processing of personal data is obligatory. The affected person is obliged to provide personal data; if they are not provided, the person is violating the law.