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Nordnet’s Privacy Policy for Job Applicants

Applying for a job at Nordnet will lead to Nordnet processing personal data of you as a job applicant. For this processing of personal data, Nordnet is the data controller under applicable data protection legislation and Teamtailor is a data processor, which means that Teamtailor processes your personal data on behalf of Nordnet. This policy describes how Nordnet processes personal data of job applicants. Teamtailor may only process personal data of Nordnet’s job applicants in accordance with Nordnet’s instructions and the data protection agreement entered into between the parties.

How Nordnet handles job applicants’ personal data

As a potential employer, we seek to be as transparent as possible to you as job applicant. It is therefore important to us that you understand what we do with your personal data and that you feel confident in our processing your personal data in a safe and secure manner.

Being responsible for personal data, Nordnet works continuously to ensure that our recruitment processes meet the requirements for processing personal data.

Nordnet’s data protection guidelines describe how Nordnet processes your personal data and what rights you have as a job applicant and how you can exercise these rights. If you have any questions regarding Nordnet’s data protection guidelines or privacy and data protection, please feel free to contact us by sending an e-mail to info@nordnet.se.

Job applicants The term “job applicant” refers to anyone who has granted Nordnet access to his/her personal data to register his/her interest in a job at Nordnet or to apply for a job at Nordnet.

Personal data about you as job applicant processed by Nordnet

Nordnet processes the personal data provided in connection with registering interest in a job at Nordnet or applying for a job at Nordnet. You fill out the predefined fields on our career website – name, e-mail address, phone number, link to LinkedIn profile (optional) – and attach files of your own choosing, such as CV, personal letter and merits   . Nordnet may save e-mail communication and phone calls or otherwise document the interaction and communication you have had with us.

Listed below are the categories of personal data we process, as well as examples of the personal data included in these categories.

Individual personal data – data that can be directly used to identify you, such as your name, date of birth, personal identification number, e-mail address and mobile phone number.

Recruitment data – data related to your job application, such as your CV and personal letter.

How do we process your personal data? Your personal data is used to process your registration of interest/job application.

Described below are our purposes in processing your personal data, the objectives of those purposes and the legal grounds for that purpose.

Purpose of processingObjectives of purposeLegal grounds for processingAdministration of new recruitments
Assessment of applications and communication with applicants in order to make employment decisions
Legitimate interest

Processing of personal data by parties other than Nordnet Within the framework of applicable labour law regulations, personal data may be processed by companies in the Nordnet Group and by companies with whom the Nordnet Group cooperates to provide its services. When transferring or sharing personal data, we take appropriate and relevant legal, technical and organizational measures to ensure that your personal data is handled securely. Should transfer of data to a country outside of EU/EES take place, we would make sure to comply with any applicable rules on the transfer of data. Such transfer could take place for example where the recruitment system used by Nordnet HR relies on a cloud service based outside of EU/EES.

How long is your personal data stored?In general

Nordnet saves your personal data for two years, regardless of whether you have applied for a specific job or registered an application in the candidate bank, and regardless of whether you get employed or not.  When the two years are coming to an end, applicants who have not been employed are notified of the upcoming erasure of data and may then update their data and have it stored for another two years, for the purpose of future recruitment processes. 

Certain data

Credit information obtained in a recruitment process is erased immediately after the recruiter has perceived it. Data obtained during the mandatory background check which forms part of the recruitment process and is carried out by an external party, is accessible to Nordnet for 2 weeks. Data obtained during personality and/or performance tests, which are provided by an external party, is accessible to Nordnet for 2 weeks.

An applicant may request at any time that Nordnet erase his/her personal data.

Your rights as a job applicant As registered job applicant, you are entitled to receive information regarding what personal data about you Nordnet processes – accordingly, you are entitled to:

  1. receive register extracts,
  2. request correction of incorrect or incomplete details,
  3. request erasure of personal data, which request Nordnet must meet if certain circumstances are at hand – for example if the processing of personal data is no longer necessary or if the processing has been illegal. There are however exceptions to the right to have the personal data erased, one of which is that Nordnet is obliged by law to keep the personal data,
  4. request restriction of processing of personal data, which request Nordnet must meet if certain circumstances are at hand – for example if the processing is illegal but you oppose to erasure of the personal data,
  5. object to processing of personal data,
  6. under certain conditions, to obtain from Nordnet the personal data you have provided and to have this transferred directly to other personal data administrators if technically possible (data portability).

Your request and/or objection, in accordance with items b)-e) above is to be addressed to Nordnet HR, with each case being considered individually.

Nordnet HR +46 10 583 30 00 HR@nordnet.se

Data protection officer Nordnet complies with current data protection legislation and therefore has a data protection officer. The overall task of the Data Protection Officer is to monitor Nordnet’s compliance with data protection legislation. The Data Protection Officer’s duties include gathering information about how Nordnet processes your personal data and providing advice within the company to maintain a high level of data protection. The Data Protection Officer is also the contact person both for you as a Nordnet employee and for the Swedish Data Protection Authority.

The Data Protection Officer is not personally responsible for Nordnet’s processing of personal data. Nordnet as a company is responsible for compliance with applicable data protection legislation. If you have questions or concerns about data protection, you can always contact Nordnet’s customer service or our Data Protection Officer.

Nordnet’s Data Protection Officer dataprotection@nordnet.se If you have complaints regarding Nordnet’s personal data processing, please contact the Swedish Data Protection Authority at datainspektionen@datainspektionen.se.

Who is responsible for personal data?If you have entered an agreement with Nordnet Bank AB, it is Nordnet Bank AB that is responsible for processing of your personal data in accordance with what has been described above. Nordnet Bank AB complies with applicable data protection legislation.

Nordnet Bank AB is registered with the Swedish Companies Registration Office with Corporate Identification Number 516406-0021, and is domiciled at Alströmergatan 39, SE-104 25, Stockholm, Sweden.

If you have entered into an agreement with Nordnet Pensionsförsäkring AB, it is Nordnet Pensionsförsäkring AB that is responsible for processing of your personal data in accordance with what has been described above. Nordnet Pensionsförsäkring AB complies with Swedish data protection legislation.

Nordnet Pensionsförsäkring AB is registered with the Swedish Companies Registration Office with Corporate Identification Number 516406-0286, and is domiciled at Alströmergatan 39, SE-104 25, Stockholm, Sweden.

If you have entered into an agreement with Nordnet Livsforsikring AS, it is Nordnet Livsforsikring AS that is responsible for processing of your personal data in accordance with what has been described above. Nordnet Livsforsikring AS complies with Norwegian data protection legislation.

Nordnet Livsforsikring AS is registered with the Brønnøysund Register Centre with Corporate Identification Number 914 350 956 and is domiciled at Akersgata 45, NO-0158 Oslo, Norway.

Visit www.nordnet.se for more information about Nordnet.

If you have entered into an agreement with Shareville AB, it is Shareville AB that is responsible for processing of your personal data in accordance with what has been described above. Shareville AB complies with Swedish data protection legislation.

Shareville AB is registered with the Swedish Companies Registration Office with Corporate Identification Number 556806-7200, and is domiciled at Alströmergatan 39, SE-112 47, Stockholm, Sweden.

Visit www.shareville.com for more information about Shareville.

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