Processing: "Managing the recruitment of graduates with links to Monaco and the reintegration of Monegasque expatriates"
In accordance with the applicable provisions on protecting personal data in the Principality of Monaco, the Committee for Graduate Employment processes personal data for the purpose of "Managing the recruitment of graduates with links to Monaco and the reintegration of Monegasque expatriates".
This processing has been approved by the Data Protection Authority of Monaco, published in the Journal Officiel:
- Deliberation no. 2022-133 of 21 September 2022 by the Data Protection Authority of Monaco approving the implementation of changes to the automated processing of personal information for the purpose of “Managing the recruitment of graduates with links to Monaco and the reintegration of Monegasque expatriates”, carried out by the Committee for Graduate Employment presented by the Minister of State
This processing falls under the remit of the Committee for Graduate Employment as described in Ministerial Decree No. 2010-77 of 16 February 2010 establishing the Committee for Graduate Employment. It is also justified first by the pursuit of a legitimate interest with due regard for the interest and for the fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual concerned, and second on public interest grounds.
In the event of requests for information or appointment bookings, the information requested by the Committee is essential to the review and follow-up of cases. Without this information, the Committee cannot respond.
In accordance with the processing of personal data which is carried out (Following up requests and correspondence with applications and Registration and monitoring of offers or proposals, profiles sought), anyone (‘Prospects’ – students or graduates – or companies, etc.) who contacts the Committee or wishes to be referred to the Committee with a view to placing graduates in employment with companies or for assistance with recruitment (students, graduates or companies) may receive by email the newsletters (Job’CID, News’CID, etc.) produced by the Committee, which aim to provide information about all topics relating to employment. The recipients are informed that if they do not wish to receive the Committee’s newsletter, they can withdraw their consent at any time by unsubscribing from the newsletter by clicking the link at the bottom of each email, or by simply emailing their request to the Committee (email@example.com).
The Committee is the recipient of information collected about candidates, which may be sent to the Department of Employment, the Human Resources and Training Department and any other body (other government departments or Monegasque businesses in the private sector, for example) who may be interested in a candidate’s profile.
For the purpose of sending out the Committee’s newsletters, authorised staff members of the email service provider are the sole recipients of the following information:
- NAME OF THE COMPANY
The information collected is retained for the time required to handle the case, plus five years after the date of first employment.
In accordance with the applicable legislation in the Principality of Monaco, each individual concerned has the right to access personal data relating to them, to object to the processing of their data and to request that inaccurate, incomplete or outdated data is corrected, updated or removed.
To exercise these rights or in the event of any questions about the processing of personal data, the individuals concerned may submit a written request to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, stating the subject of the request and their surname, first name, and email address.
Requests can also be submitted to the Committee by clicking here
To ensure that the response remains confidential and that we are replying only to the person whose data is involved, those submitting requests may be asked to provide proof of their identity, in black and white.
Individuals who have exercised their rights but feel, after contacting the Government, that their rights have not been respected, can submit a complaint to the Data Protection Authority of Monaco (Commission de Contrôle des Informations Nominatives-CCINN): www.ccin.mc