Please read our Privacy Policy:

Date   23.05.2018                                         


Data Controller

Name (organization number)

Crowd@work Oy (FI27920288)   


Purokatu 6-8 E 25 05400 Porvoo     

Other contact details (for example phone number, email address)

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Contact person



Johan Halvarsson


Purokatu 6-8 E 25 05400 Porvoo     

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Data protection officer


Vesa Arttijeff

Contact details

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Registry name


Crowd@Work Customer register


Categories of data subjects







Purposes of processing personal data and lawfulness of processing personal data


Customer service, customer relationship management and service delivery

·         Contact management

·         Identification of and identifying individuals

·         Job delivery and job search

·         Direct Marketing


The lawfulness of processing is based on customer consent.



Categories of personal data and envisaged time limits for erasure

Personal identification related information, such as

·         Usernames and Names

Contact details, such as

·         Addresses and phone numbers

·         Registered address

·         Prohibited and Recommended Contact Methods

Basic person information, such as

·         Customer Relationship Initiation date

·         Sector and industry

·         Occupation, profession, position

·         Position in the company's management

·         Citizenship and language of affairs

·         Tax country and tax code

·         Other information relevant to the management of the customer relationship

·         Contact Information

Personal information, such as

•      Account, credit, service, contract, application and mandate information or participation relationship with the aforementioned transaction

•      Information required to meet the regulatory obligations


The information is retained by agreement or up to 10 years unless otherwise required by law.


Sources where personal data has been obtained

The information is received from customer.


Categories of recipients to whom the personal data have been or will be disclosed


Personal information can be presented or assigned to another customer or third party while handling applications and fulfillment of recruitment process.


Transfer of data outside EU or ETA

Data can be transferred outside the EU or EEA during the fulfilment of the job search and applications processes.


General description of the technical and organisational security measures

A Manual material


Personal information cannot be retrieved manually

B Digital handelling of information



•      The use of the register is limited by access rights management system, and the registry operations are registered and logged.

•      The use of the register is instructed

•      Data access rights are monitored by access control functions.

•      Server computers used for data processing are located in a data center protected by access control and security systems and the records containing personal data are separated from public data networks by means of technical security arrangements.

•      Paper documents are stored in lockable cupboards in access control rooms.

•      Persons accessing and handling the data in the register are under the obligation of professional secrecy and have signed a relevant non-discloser agreement.

•      • System is systematically backed up and data access and usage is collected and logged.


Right to check

Anoyone has the right to check their own data


Data subject’s rights

The person has the right to adjust their own data



Data subject’s rights

Data subject has the right to request from the data controller access to and rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing concerning the data subject and to object to processing as well as the right to data portability.


Data subject has the right to withdraw consent at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.


Data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.


The provision of personal data is not a statutory or contractual requirement, or a requirement necessary to enter into a contract.


The provision of personal data is a not statutory or contractual requirement. There are no consequences if data subject does not provide such data.


Processing of personal data does not include any automated decision-making procedures, for example profiling.


Please also find a summary of the Privacy Policy.

Disclaimer: This summary is not a part of the Privacy Policy and is not a legal document. It is simply a handy reference for understanding the full Privacy Policy. Think of it as the user-friendly interface to our Privacy Policy.

Because you have to provide personal information to participate in the usage of the Crowd@Works job profile, you may:
Read, edit, or use your own information when registering an account.
Register for an account with providing an email address and real name.

Because we want to you to understand how Crowd@Work Sites are used and we want you to success to find a job or a suitable candidate we collect some information when you register:
Contact details (Firstname, Lastname, email, phone number)
Job history
Company information

We are committed to:
Describing how your information may be used or shared in this Privacy Policy.
Using reasonable measures to keep your information secure.
Never selling your information or sharing it with third parties for marketing purposes.
Only sharing your information in limited circumstances, such as to improve the possibility for you to find a job/candidate for the open position. We commit to comply with the law, or to protect you and others.
Retaining your data we store/keep it for the shortest possible time to secure a job offering being closed at your favour or an candidate being found for the open job - we retain your data so that is consistent with maintaining, understanding, and our obligations under law.

Be aware:
Any content you add or any change that you make to a Crowd@Work site will be publicly and permanently available (until removed or requested to be removed by the user/creator of the data).
If you add content or make a change to information at Crowd@work without logging in, the data will not be stored/saved.
Our community of users, editors and contributors is a self-policing body. Certain administrators of the Crowd@Work workforce, use tools that grant them limited access to nonpublic information about recent contributions so they may protect the Crowd@Work sites and enforce policies (authority to remove information/data that do not follow the agreed policies).
For the protection of Crowd@Work and other users, if you do not agree with this Privacy Policy, you may not use Crowd@Work services.




By pressing the submit button you also agree to the following terms.

The Job will be published on our service for any user to be accessed. It can also be published in other social medias and forums and will be a co-owned data by your company and Crowd@Work Oy.

The job will be invoiced based on a fee that is 1 promille (0,1% = 0,001) of the salary declared in the follow-up of contract signing with the candidate. Additional and on top costs are any possible and applicable sales taxes. EG. in Finland the sales tax ie. VAT is 24% and in Sweden 25%. Please check your own country taxes from here: LINK NEEDED

A salary is either a yearly salary, A salary for the period of the contract or a pre agreed salary for a work to be performed.

A minimum and default invoice amount 52,56 € + sales Taxes, will be charged unless an Employer/Employee agreed salary is reported back into our service. The due date for reporting the agreed salary is 1 month after the closing day of job post/add.

If you report back on the agreed salary the we will invoice according to reported salary.

If, after 1 month of the job post/add closing in the system, we have not received any salary information, we will invoice 52,56 euro + Sales taxes according to tax rules in your country.

Here are some examples of invoices:

  1. For an agreed salary:
  2. The employee will most likely be permanent employee and will have a monthly salary. Our fee is based on the first year salary. eg 2300 €/month * 12 = 27600 * 0,001 = 27,60 EUR + Taxes
  3. For a specific period of time:
  4. The employee will most likely a fixed term employee and will have a monthly salary for a specific period of time. Our fee is based on the total length of the contract. eg 2300 €/month * 3 = 6900 * 0,001 = 6,90 EUR + Taxes
  5. For a predefined salary for a predefined work:
  6. The employee will most likely have a predefined work that needs to be done with a fixed salary attached. Our fee is based on the total salary of the contract. eg 300 €/contract * 1 = 300 * 0,001 = 0,30 EUR + Taxes


We will accumulate your smaller fees untill they reach a treshold of 20 euro and then send out the invoice.

Unless more jobs have been accumulated over a period of 2 month, we will invoice the outstanding amount + taxes.