Privacy Policy

LAST CHANGE: 29/04/2022

Introduction

Worksible owns the domain “worksible.com” as well as this website that it makes available to its Users (hereinafter, the “Website”) for the purpose of informing about its corporate identity, its services, its policies and conditions.

This Privacy Policy is an integral part of the General Terms and Conditions of the Website and will apply to the processing of the personal data of the Users of our Website and services, including both the data provided by the Users directly, and those that may be collected automatically or provided by third parties during the provision of any service and /or in the development of a contractual relationship with us.

The access, use and maintenance of our Website and its services implies the processing of personal information of its Users in accordance with the purposes contained and duly informed in this policy.

Browsing or using our Website, as well as its services and functionalities, implies full and unreserved acceptance by the User of what is contained in this Privacy Policy and in the Terms and Conditions.

You should read our policy carefully to ensure that you fully understand it. We recommend that you frequently check the Policy for any updates or changes it may contain.

If you have any questions, you can contact us directly at the postal address and email indicated in the section "Who is responsible for processing your data?"

If you do not agree with our policies, please leave this Website and do not use this or any of our services.

Who is responsible for the processing of your data?

WORKSIBLE, SL (hereinafter, “workable”), provided with NIF B88501226 and with registered office at Calle Micenas, 119, CP: 28232 - Las Rozas (Madrid) is the person in charge of processing your personal data, which will be treated in accordance with the parameters set forth in this policy. .

If you wish to contact us, you can do so at the following email address: hello@worksible.com and by phone number: (+34) 9112332

What are the details of the treatment of your data?

We collect and treat the information that the User provides us or to which we have access in the course of browsing the environment of our Website and through the use of the services provided through it, in the terms established in this Privacy Policy. Privacy.

Below, you will find more details about the processing of said data, classified according to their purpose:

Data linked to the user:

  1. a. Provide access to user account details and contents:
    1. - Processed data: identification data (name and surname) and contact data (email and telephone number).
    2. - Obtaining method: directly from the user when completing the registration form.
    3. - Bases of legitimation: user consent and our legitimate interest.
    4. - retention periods: the time necessary to fulfill the purpose for which the data was collected (unless the user revokes the consent, requests its deletion, limits the treatment, its portability or opposes its treatment, except for those that are necessary keep for a longer period of time provided by law) and with our legal obligations.
    5. - data communication: no communication of data will be made without the permission of the interested parties.
    6. - International transfers: transfers of data to third countries are not foreseen. In the event that the User wishes to create an account using the "Sign up with Google" option configured for this purpose, they should know that their data will also be processed by Google Ireland, Ltd. Which means that Worksible and Google Ireland, Ltd. will be co-responsible for the processing of your data. For more information about the processing of your data by Google, you can consult its Politics.
  2. b. Provision of contracted services:
    1. - Processed data: identification data (name and surname), contact data (email, telephone, address), financial data and payment data.
    2. - Obtaining method: directly from the User.
    3. - Bases of legitimation: User consent and our legitimate interest.
    4. - retention period: the time necessary to fulfill the purpose for which the data was collected (unless the User revokes the consent, requests its deletion, limits the treatment, its portability or opposes its treatment, except for those that are necessary keep for a longer period of time provided by law) and with our legal obligations.
    5. - data communication: no communication of data will be made without the permission of the interested parties. However, some of the data could be communicated to Social Security, the Treasury or other Public Administrations and competent bodies.
    6. - International transfers: when the data is provided through a different platform, as, for example, is the case of the use of Stripe for payment, collection and billing services, the communication of the same is expected due to a order of treatment with said company. For more information to know what the data processing carried out by Stripe consists of, you can consult its Politics.
  3. c. Communication with the user:
    1. - Processed data: identification data (name and surname), contact data (email) and other information that the User wants to include, since there are free text boxes in the different spaces, establishing a communication channel through which the User can include in his message any type of personal data that you consider.
    2. - Obtaining method: directly from the User when completing the contact forms, to request a meeting and through the chatbot.
    3. - Bases of legitimation: User consent and our legitimate interest.
    4. - retention period: for as long as necessary to process and respond to the query and/or request the meeting. After its completion, they will be kept for the legally established periods to comply with legal obligations.
    5. - data communication: no communication of data will be made without the permission of the interested parties.
    6. - International transfers: when the data is provided through a different platform, such as, for example, in the case of the use of the chatbot, the communication of the same is expected due to a treatment order with Intercom Inc.
  4. d. Newsletter delivery:
    1. - Processed data: contact details (email)
    2. - Obtaining method: User consent.
    3. - Bases of legitimation: directly from the User when completing the required form.
    4. - retention period: during all the time that the User is registered in this news service, unless he revokes his consent. After its completion, they will be kept for the legally stipulated periods.
    5. - data communication: no communication of data will be made without the permission of the interested parties.
    6. - International transfers: the data collected for sending commercial communications, in the event that the User has expressly consented, will be communicated to our service providers Mailchimp and Postmark.

Data that is not directly linked to the user:

  1. a. Website functionality:
    1. - Processed data: traffic and navigation data.
    2. - Obtaining method: through browsing the environment of our Website.
    3. - Bases of legitimation: User consent and our legitimate interest.
    4. - retention period: The time necessary to fulfill the purpose for which the data was collected (unless the User revokes the consent, requests its deletion, limits the treatment, its portability or opposes its treatment, except for those that are necessary keep for a longer period of time provided by law) and with our legal obligations.
    5. - data communication: the data collected by technical cookies may be communicated to our web hosting providers and others such as Google Ireland, Ltd.
    6. - International transfers: transfers of data to third countries are not foreseen.

What are the rights over your data?

As an interested party, the User has the right to exercise the following rights:

  1. · Access to your data;
  2. · Rectification of your data, because we also want to ensure that your information is accurate and up to date;
  3. · The limitation of the treatment of the data that concerns you;
  4. · Opposition to the processing of your data, when the legitimate basis for the processing is our legitimate interest;
  5. · The withdrawal of your consent for the processing of the data (when the legitimizing basis has been that);
  6. · The portability of your data, when the legitimacy for the treatment of the data when the legitimate basis has been your consent or the execution of a contract, and
  7. · Not to be subject to automated individual decisions

To exercise the aforementioned rights, those affected must contact Worksible through the postal address and email indicated at the beginning of this Policy.

In addition, the User has the right to file a claim with the Spanish Agency for Data Protection (AEPD) if they have doubts or are not satisfied with the exercise of their rights by writing to the postal address C/Jorge Juan nº 6, CP: 28001 (Madrid), with telephone number (+34) 912 663 517 or through your electronic headquarters.