Privacy statement to providers

Yellow Hub, based in Milan, Via Napo Torriani 29, respects your privacy concerns.

We hereby wish to inform you for what purposes your personal data is used and how it is protected, and to request that you give your consent to their processing.

Your personal data may be processed for the following purposes:

  • for contractual, legal and tax obligations, for service provision requirements, for administrative purposes.

The processing of data for purposes other than the above can only take place with your explicit consent.

Processing scope

Yellow Hub’s data processing scope covers: the collection, registration, organization, storage, modification, extraction, portability, limitation, cancellation or destruction of your data.

Processing method

Your data will be processing either in hard copy or in electronic form, depending on the purpose for which it is processed, either by internal or external collaborators of Yellow Hub. Both the internal or external collaborators of Yellow Hub have signed specific letters of appointment, in compliance with the obligations of fairness, lawfulness and transparency imposed by this regulation and protecting your privacy and rights.

The databases in which your personal data is stored meet the security requirements established pursuant to articles 24 and 25 of the EU Regulation. Access to the databases by both internal and external persons in charge of processing is regulated by our Privacy Policy. Access is enabled depending on the tasks and responsibilities of the persons in charge of processing who liaise with you, and is tracked by our computer system.

Nature of personal data

The following data may be subject to processing:

Personal and business contact information (such as name, surname, company role, company name, postal address, e-mail address, telephone and fax number), and other personal information we may require to draw a profile of your competences (studies, academic achievements, professional certificates, work experience, references).

Mandatory nature of the conferment of personal data

The conferment of your data (CV) is necessary to fulfil contractual, legal, administrative and fiscal obligations.

Failure to communicate or the incorrect disclose of your personal data may affect the Data Controller’s ability to observe the contractual agreements and the obligations imposed by current legislation.

Scope of communication and dissemination of data

Your data will not be disseminated externally, and may be solely disclosed subsequently to:

  • public authorities, for social security obligations;
  • competent authorities, for auditing or inspection purposes;
  • banks and credit institutions, for purposes related to contractual and administrative obligations;
  • lawyers, accountants, labour consultants, insurance companies, for purposes related to the implementation of the contractual relationship;

Any further communication will take place only with your explicit consent.

Maximum retention period

Your data collected for mandatory purposes will be stored by Yellow Hub for the period of time provided for by the current legislation; instead, data collected for other purposes will be stored and used until you exercise your right of revocation.

Rights of the party concerned

You can exercise your rights of access (Article 15), rectification (Article 16), erasure/’right to be forgotten’ (Article 17), restriction of processing (Article 18), and data portability (Article 20) under the EU regulation, by contacting the Data Controller or the Data Processor (e-mail: privacy.gpdr@yellowhub.it)

Revoking consent

In accordance with the available choices and as required by current law, you may revoke your previous consent or raise objections to the processing of your data at any time, for legitimate reasons and without charges, by contacting the Data Controller or the Data Processor (e-mail: privacy.gdpr@yellowhub.it), and in the future we will apply the preferences expressed by you.

The Data Controller is Yellow Hub, in the person of its legal representative, Giuliana Masolo.