The Type of Information We Collect
Information You Provide to Us
Based on the consent granted (provided that no other circumstance when processing Personal Information without consent legally applies), we collect information that you have provided to contact you or to identify you personally, such as your name, company name, email address, postal address, phone number, or any other information that identifies you (“Personal Information”). We also collect aggregate information (such as how users access the website). As is true with most websites, we gather web server log file information automatically, such as your browser type, IP address, referring/exit page, and operating system. If you choose to use the contact form on the website, you will be asked for general information, including name, company, city, phone, and email address. The Robbins Group will use this information to better understand who you are and to identify the best person to contact you from within The Robbins Group. The Robbins Group stores this information for at least one year. Provided that you grant consent, you may also submit your resume via email. This information will be reviewed by our Human Resource department for recruitment purposes only. If positions are not available at the time of submission, The Robbins Group will store your resume for at least one year so that we may review it for future opportunities. Your Personal Information gathered for the purpose of recruitment will not be shared or transferred to any other third party. The Robbins Group will never knowingly collect information from children. For consent to be valid, it must be granted by an individual of 16-years old or older. By consenting to this policy, you declare you are 16 years or older. If, despite the language of the consent, it is found that information is collected from a child below the age of 16, that user would be notified that his or her Personal Information cannot be accepted, and that Personal Information would be removed from our records immediately.
How We Use Personal Data
Reasons We Share Personal Data
How Long Do We Store Your Data
- The Robbins Group will keep contact form data for at least one year.
- The Robbins Group will keep applications for job postings for at least one year so that we may review it for future opportunities. Your Personal Information gathered for the purpose of recruitment will not be shared or transferred to any other third party.
Authorized third parties
How to Request Access, Update, Rectification, Erasure, and Restriction of Processing of Personal Information
To access, review, update, amend, erase, or restrict processing of Personal Information, please email us or call 810.987.3500. You may opt out of future contact via the same method.
The Robbins Group will take commercially reasonable efforts to provide you with an accounting of the Personal Information we may have within a reasonable period of time. If we are unable to process your request, you will be provided with an explanation.
At The Robbins Group the security of the Personal Information that you submit via our website is our priority. We use reasonable administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to protect your information from loss, unauthorized access, unauthorized destruction, use, modification, or disclosure of information and require the same controls from our affiliates. You may contact The Robbins Group at any time by emailing us or call 810.987.3500 to request access to your Personal Information, to have it rectified, erased, and/or to restrict its processing. You may also request to have your Personal Information provided to you in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format, as well as to have it transmitted to another entity at your request.
Changes to This Policy
We reserve the right to change this notice at any time. We will post a notice of the effective date of changes to the Policy on our website.
Right to Lodge a Complaint
If you feel that The Robbins Group does not comply with this policy or violates the law, you are entitled to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority in the Country/EU Member State where you reside.
Updated August 17, 2019