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Privacy Policy & Cookies

Due to our personal data Privacy Policy and the processing of all personal data provided over website, the website users are asked to carefully read the following information. In case of any denial of consent to the processing of personal data as presented below, please do not submit any documents containing such personal information.

Hays Poland Sp. z o.o. acts in accordance with the Act of 29 August 1997 on Personal Data Protection (Journal of Laws, No. 133).

We ensure that all personal data collected is processed fairly, competently, in compliance with legal provisions and to the benefit of the Candidates. We take the obligation to respect personal data very seriously.

Personal data is collected to facilitate the recruitment process. The data will include the information provided in the form of CV (e.g. surname, first name, address, professional experience, etc.). Providing such information (including extremely sensitive personal data), a candidate agrees for the data to be used to streamline the recruitment process, also to his or her benefit as well as with reference to the conditions of Privacy Policy and in compliance with the Act of 29 August 1997 on Personal Data Protection (Journal of Laws, No. 133, item 833). If there is no need to obtain very “sensitive data” from the candidate (such as health condition/disability, race/ethnic origin, trade union membership, conviction of an offence), and it is the candidate who decides about providing the data, he or she is thereby giving his or her express consent for the processing of such data in compliance with the Privacy Policy and the Act of 29 August 1997 on Personal Data Protection (Journal of Laws, No. 133, item 833).

Candidate declares and warrants that information provided by him/her to Hays Poland Sp. z o.o. in the form of CV or in any other form in connection with the recruitment process are true and accurate.

By creating an account on website as a candidate, and provided that the candidate achieves employment as a result of the recruitment process conducted by us, the candidate agrees that the employer (our customer) provides Hays Poland Sp. z o.o. with the information about the remuneration obtained by the candidate in order to calculate the fee payable for our services.

Personal data can be accessed by our employees worldwide, regardless of a branch of our company they work at, as well as by potential employers or customers for the purposes listed below. Potential employers or customers may be located both in the EU countries and outside the EU according to the needs reported by the candidates. In case of transfer of personal data outside the EU, certain measures shall be taken to ensure that the right to confidentiality of the data is still protected according to the Privacy Policy.

Personal data shall be divulged in good faith if legal regulations require the disclosure of the data following the detection of a criminal offence or tax and debt collection due to the necessity of compliance with the applicable legal provisions, with reference to a court order or an order issued by any other competent jurisdiction, or in connection with legal procedures.

We are legally obliged to store personal data as long as it is necessary to observe statutory and contractual obligations of the company and according to its legitimate rights, resulting from its ability to control them. All due effort will be taken to ensure that the data is maintained and updated; irrespective thereof, a candidate is obliged to inform us about any changes concerning personal data to provide the necessary update accordingly. In order to receive information about the status of the stored personal data or to submit, modify, or remove any of the personal data from the database, please contact us by email at or

If the candidate fails to contact us, the data shall be archived or removed after the specified (considered to be relevant) period has expired.

After the relevant period has expired, we contact our candidates to ask them if they wish to keep the data stored in our database. Unless a candidate expresses his or her willingness to keep the data stored by logging to the website, the data shall be archived.

Personal data is stored on secure servers that belong to HAYS or the Internet service provider. Due to a specific nature of the Internet, we cannot guarantee the complete safety of the information sent to us over the Internet. No data transmission over the Internet is 100% safe. Regardless of this fact, all relevant measures shall be taken (including technical and organisational measurement) in order to provide the personal data protection.

HAYS reserves the right to transfer information (including personal data) to the third party in case of a buyout, merger, winding-up, or bankruptcy as well as to transfer all or almost all of the assets of the company, provided that the third party gives consent to observe the Privacy Policy, and provided that it commits itself to use the received personal data in accordance with the intention of the person who entrusted the company with the data. The candidates shall be informed about such data transfer and they shall be allowed to refrain from further cooperation.

In order to improve the quality of the rendered services, the information is collected on how the persons visiting the page and seeking for employment use our website. The information obtained is not used in a way to identify a person but to understand the users’ needs better, and determine the general trends and the most popular issues raised by all website users.

All changes concerning the Privacy Policy shall be published on the website so that the users are always aware of what information is stored, in what way this information can be used, and whether or in which circumstances this information can be disclosed. If, at any time, a decision is made to use or disclose personal data in a way different form the one specified in the Privacy Policy, the candidate shall be informed about this by email; therefore, the candidate shall be able to decide individually, whether he or she agrees that his or her personal data be used in a new way.

If the application was sent by the candidate due to ongoing recruitment projects, the data included in the voluntary application shall be placed in the database of candidates administered by HAYS Poland Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Warsaw (00-120), Złota 59. The data shall be made available exclusively to the HAYS plc Group companies and our customers who are searching for the employees for positions that are consistent with our candidates’ professional profiles.

If a candidate passes the preliminary procedure of application documents selection for a given project, or in case of the completion of other recruitment projects consistent with the candidate‘s professional profile, we shall communicate with him or her.

At the same time, please be informed that our candidates are entitled to access their personal data and modify them (introduce changes, remove data).


1. Cookies – what are they?

A cookie is a piece of data stored on a user's computer. It records his or her activity on a particular website, so that on re-entering the website it can display customized options based on the information collected during the user's previous visits. Normally you can disable cookies by changing the settings of your browser. Virtually all websites uses cookies. Those files are not harmful to the user's system.

2. How do we use cookies?

We use cookies:

(1) to track the website users' activity patterns and the way they use the website (it helps us understand how visitors use our website so that we can enhance their looks, layout and features); and

(2) as a tool helping us to display only those job offers that can be of interest to the user.

There are different types of cookies performing different functions:

Session cookies: cookies of this type are stored on the user's computer only for the duration of a website session. They are automatically deleted when the user closes the browser. They usually store an anonymous session ID enabling to navigate the website without logging into each of its pages. They do not collect any user data. Persistent cookies: persistent cookies are stored on the user's computer and stay there after the browser is closed. A cookie of this type can be read by the website which created it – when it is visited next time. We use persistent cookies for Google Analytics (for information on Google Analytics – see par. 6) and for personalized cookies (for information on personalized cookies – see par. 7). Only third-party cookies used by our website relate to Google Analytics (for information on Google Analytics – see par. 6).

Information on the cookies we use can be found below:

3. Required cookies

Those cookies are necessary for effective using the website, e.g. for filing job applications. Therefore they cannot be disabled. Without them you would not be able to access the services offered by our website. This type of a cookie does not collect user data, which could be used for marketing purposes or remembering your browsing history.

4. Analytical cookies

Cookies of this type allow us to track and improve the functionality of our website. For example, they allow us to count visits, identify sources of activity and learn which elements of the website are the most popular. For this purpose we use Google Analytics (see par. 6). All information collected by those cookies is aggregate, and thus remains anonymous. Cookies of this type do not gather information allowing to identify a person visiting a website, because all data are anonymous and serve exclusively to improve the functionality of our website.

5. Functional cookies

These cookies let our website remember options chosen by the user (e.g. user name, language or location) and offer advanced options. For example, the website can deliver the user with messages or updates related to the service he or she subscribed to. Cookies of this type can also be used for remembering user-adjusted zoom level, font and other website elements which can be customized. They can also be used for providing services of users' choice, e.g. watching videos or commenting on blogs. Data gathered by those cookies are usually anonymous.

6. Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics – a service for analysing website traffic, provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses cookies in order to enable the website to analyse the way visitors use it. Cookie-generated information on a person's usage of the website (including this person's IP address) will be transferred to Google servers located in the USA. Google will use this information for analysing visitors' usage of the website, generating reports on website traffic for website operators and providing other services related to website and Internet activity. Google can also disclose this information to third parties if required by law or in cases where such parties process the information on behalf of Google. Google will not link the user's IP address to any other data stored by Google. Google uses a file named cookie __utma. It is a persistent cookie which expires after two years. With each consecutive visit its expiry date is extended. By using this website the user agrees to processing his or her data by Google in the fashion and for the purposes specified above.

7. Personalized cookies

This website uses personalized cookies as a tool to help us offer our users job postings which – in our opinion – can be of interest to them. They are persistent cookies (see par. 2 above), which allow a logged-in or returning user to see job advertisements similar to those viewed before. For information on rejecting personalized cookies – see par. 8 below.

8. How to disable cookies

If a user does not want to accept cookies which are not strictly necessary for basic functionality of our website, they can disable the cookies by checking the box in the right upper corner of this page. It should be remembered that most browsers accept cookies. However, if the user does not consent to such a way of collecting data, they can decide to accept all (or some) cookies, or disable them altogether in the browser privacy settings. Disabling all cookies means that the user will not be able to use some of the functions, hence he or she will not have access to the full functionality of our website. Each browser is a little different, so please consult the help menu of your browser to learn how cookie preferences can be changed.

9. Hotjar
This website uses services provided by Hotjar Ltd. Hotjar provides services including Heatmaps, Visitor recordings, Funnels and Form Analysis, Feedback Polls, Surveys and Recruiters. The information generated by the tracking code and cookie about your use of the website will be transmitted to and stored by Hotjar on servers in Ireland. Through the Hotjar tracking code the information collected includes:  


  •  Device-specific data

      The following information may be collected through your device and browser:

             o      your device's IP address (collected and stored in an anonymized format);
             o      your email address including first name and surname;
             o      device screen size;
             o      device type (unique device identifiers) and browser information;
             o      geographic location (country only);
             o      preferred language used to display the webpage.  

  •  Log data

      Our servers automatically record information which is created upon using Hotjar. Data

             o      referring domain;
             o      pages visited;
             o      geographic location (country only);
             o      preferred language used to display the webpage;
             o      date and time when website pages were accessed;

Hotjar will use this information for the purpose of evaluating your use of the website, compiling reports on website activity for website operators and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Hotjar uses a variety of services hosted by third parties, such as Google Analytics and Optimizely. These services may collect information sent by your browser as part of a web page request, such as cookies or your IP request. For information on how Google Analytics and Optimizely collect and use your information, please refer to their privacy policies. By continuing to use this website, you consent to the processing of the above data by Hotjar and by the third parties used by Hotjar in accordance with their respective privacy policies. The cookies used by Hotjar have differing durations; some are 365 days, some persist for the session only.

To opt out please go to the following link:


Links to other websites

It should be remembered that clicking links, ad banners or RSS feeds can move the user to another website, whose privacy policy can be different from ours. It is in the user's best interest to consult privacy policies of external sites and make sure that the way in which their personal data are used according to those policies agrees with their expectations. We bear no responsibility for external websites, links, ads, RSS feeds or information provided or collected by external parties – we do not have any influence on such activities.

Changes to Privacy Policy

Any changes to this Privacy Policy will be published on our website to make users always aware what type of information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances we can potentially disclose it. If at any moment in time we decide to use Personal Data in a way that is significantly different from that stated in this Privacy Policy or otherwise communicated to the user when collecting such data, we will inform the user about such intention by e-mail, and the user will have the right to grant or deny their consent to using the data in a different way.