Privacy Policy


The Privacy Policy (the “Policy”) informs & nbsp; about SIA “GP Recruitment” SIA, & nbsp; single registration no. 40003707276, legal address: 101-1 Brīvības Street, Riga, LV-1001 (hereinafter – “data controller”, “GPR”, “we”, “us” and “our”) processing of personal data, providing personnel selection services and providing access to the website & nbsp; & nbsp; (the “Website”).

We undertake to protect and respect the privacy of the data subject (hereinafter – you) in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95 / 46 / EC (General Data Protection Regulation, hereinafter – VDAR), and the applicable laws and regulations of the Republic of Latvia.

The policy applies to the processing of personal data that you provide to us by telephone, electronically and in person at our office. It should be noted that as a result of our cooperation, your personal data may be transferred to a potential employer, as a result of which the potential employer will process your personal data in accordance with the data processing and protection principles defined by this potential employer. For information on the processing of your personal data by your potential employer, please contact the potential employer. This policy does not apply to data processing by a potential employer.

We may make changes to the Policy at any time without notice. The amendments will take effect upon publication on our website. You are responsible for periodically reviewing this Policy to ensure that you are aware of the changes.


To contact us about personal data processing, please write to – & nbsp; < / span> .


“Data subject” means an identified or identifiable natural person who can be identified, directly or indirectly (for example, a candidate participating or intending to take part in a recruitment process) (hereinafter – you).

Personal Data Controller – & nbsp; a natural or legal person who alone or jointly with others determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data.

“Processing of personal data” means any activity or set of activities carried out with or without automated means on personal data or sets of personal data, such as collection, registration, organization, structuring, storage, development, viewing, use, transfer, deletion.

“Personal data” means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.

“Data subject’s consent” means any freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous indication of the data subject’s wishes by which he or she consents to the processing of his or her personal data in the form of a statement or explicit consent.

“Clients or employers” means the legal entity and independent data controller using the services provided by GPR to ensure the selection process of the most suitable candidates.


We only process your personal data for specific, pre-defined purposes.

Candidate Selection

(Legal basis – & nbsp; consent of the data subject (Article 6, first paragraph, point (a) of the EDPS)).

When providing recruitment services, GPR processes the following personal data to select and evaluate the most appropriate candidates for our clients:

  • Name;
  • Date of birth;
  • residential address;
  • email addresses;
  • phone number;
  • Information about & nbsp; work experience (job, hours worked, position, responsibilities, etc.);
  • Preferred amount of compensation;
  • Education (educational institution, study time, acquired education, qualification);
  • In-service training (certificates obtained, training courses taken);
  • Existence and category of driver’s license
  • Foreign language skills.
  • Other skills (office skills, & nbsp; computer skills, etc.)
  • Feedback, recommendations, contact information from former / current employers;
  • As well as other information that may & nbsp; be & nbsp; voluntarily & nbsp; provided when applying for a vacancy on our website, & nbsp; by completing the on-site application form with us, submitting your CV, and a letter of motivation.

Concluding and Executing a Service Agreement

(Legal basis – performance of the contract (Article 6, first paragraph, point (b) of the GPA)).

We will process the following personal information about you in order to enter into an agreement:

  • Name;
  • personal identification number;
  • Residence address.

In order to ensure the quality of the service contract, to help you establish an employment relationship with your potential employer and to register with the immigration authorities of your home country, we will provide the following personal data to your potential employer:

  • Name;
  • residential address;
  • age;
  • Bank account number;
  • phone number
  • Email;
  • Voluntary health information
  • Passport or ID number and expiration date;
  • Copy of ID (passport or ID card) *

* Upon separate consent, we will make a copy of your ID, which will be stored in the GPR database and sent to your direct employer to expedite the necessary documentation and registration.

Maintaining a database and reporting binding vacancies

(Legal basis – & nbsp; consent of the data subject (Article 6, first paragraph, point (a) of the EDPS)).

Based on your consent, we will include the information you provide in the database to inform and evaluate your suitability for current vacancies. You can opt out of receiving such messages at any time by sending an email to stop communication. & Nbsp; .

Respond to a request for information

(Legal basis – & nbsp; consent of the data subject (Article 6, first paragraph, point (a) of the EDPS)).

In order to provide answers to your questions, comments or suggestions, we process the following personal data provided by you voluntarily by contacting us directly by telephone or electronically:

  • Name;
  • phone number;
  • email addresses;
  • Other information related to the processing or execution of such a request.

Save and track incoming and outgoing mail

(Legal basis & nbsp; – Respect for legitimate interests (Article 6 (1) (f) of the VDAR)).

GPR maintains and records incoming and outgoing correspondence to ensure its legitimate interests, the quality of the service, and the preparation, conclusion and execution of contracts.


We store and process your personal data until:

  • the obligations of the service contract entered into or the service is provided, as well as for a period of time after the performance of this contract, which is necessary to prove the performance of the services we provide;
  • There is a legal obligation to retain the relevant data.
  • prior consent to the processing of data shall not be revoked if the processing and storage of the data is carried out on the basis of the consent;
  • We may pursue our legitimate interests in accordance with external regulatory requirements.
  • Data storage is no longer required because the purpose of the processing has been achieved.

We may keep your consent and evidence for 5 years in order to defend you against any claim, claim or request against us.


In order to fulfill our obligations to you, we may transfer your personal data to potential employers, as part of the recruitment process, as well as to partners and data processors who process the necessary data on our behalf.

Your data will only be transferred to those partners, customers or data controllers with whom a data processing agreement has been concluded, with strict requirements regarding the protection of your personal data.

We may transfer your personal data to government and law enforcement agencies upon request and, if necessary, to defend your legal interests.


We mainly process your personal data in the countries of the European Union and the European Economic Area.

Candidates’ personal data may be transferred to third countries with the individual consent of the candidate or in other cases provided for in the GBER.


Your personal data is mainly processed in the countries of the European Union and the European Economic Area.

Candidates’ personal data may be transferred to our clients in third countries with the individual consent of the candidate or in other cases provided for in the SDS.


Based on our legitimate interests, we use cookies and other technical information to improve our website & nbsp;, make it more user-friendly and secure the website. The tools we use do not allow us to personally identify the user, and the data is stored for a limited time.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small piece of data that a web server places on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Cookies serve a number of purposes: for example, they can help us remember certain options you’ve selected, track visitors to your site, or improve the overall user experience on your site to make your content more relevant.

What cookies do we use?

We use Google Analytics cookies to analyze how your website is used and to improve your site’s performance. For example, we may use these cookies to determine if a page malfunction occurred during your visit. This information is anonymous and does not contain personal information about the user of the website.

How do I delete or block cookies?

You can delete or block cookies at any time by making appropriate changes to your browser settings. Learn more about how to & nbsp; stop collecting data from Google Analytics, & nbsp; see here – .


In accordance with the laws of VDAR and the Republic of Latvia, you have the right to:

1) access your personal data and receive information about their processing;

2) request the correction of incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete personal data;

3) delete your personal data (“be forgotten”) unless required to do so by law;

4) withdraw prior consent to the processing of data;

5) Restrict the processing of your data – the right to request that we temporarily suspend the processing of all your personal data;

6) request a copy of your personal data in electronic format and the right to transfer this data to another controller (data portability);

7) apply to the Data State Inspectorate.

You can file a claim to exercise your rights by completing the form in person at our office & nbsp; Brivibas Street 101-1, Riga, LV-1001, & nbsp; by presenting an identity document (passport or ID card) or by sending a request electronically using a secure electronic signature to an email & nbsp; .