ENKA İnşaat ve Sanayi A.Ş. (ENKA), takes the utmost care, in its capacity as data controller, to protect the personal data contained in your curriculum vitae and the other information that you share with our company as a candidate for employment and/or which is available on human resources platforms during the job application process. We attach great importance to the processing and storage of personal data in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 6698 on the Protection of Personal Data.
Besides the personal identity information, contact details, information about your age, gender, state of health and marital status, and demographic information, such as country of origin, which you have shared with our company and/or which has been communicated to us via human resources platforms during the job application process, and which are defined as personal data in the law, information concerning your level of education and employment history and data on seminars and in-service training in which you have participated are processed by our company in accordance with the relevant legislation, and are stored solely for the eventuality of your meeting ENKA’s job criteria and of the need arising for your employment.
Your curriculum vitae, copies of your identity documents, medical reports, personality tests and criminal records are among the personal data which are provided to ENKA by yourself, or forwarded to our company by the major human resources platforms with which you have previously shared data, as part of the job application process, in line with your aim of working for ENKA. Your personal data as job applicants are obtained and stored by our company in parallel with the purpose for which you provided the information, for the legitimate aim of filling currently vacant positions or positions that may become vacant in future, while paying maximum attention to your personal rights and freedoms. Such data will be retained and processed for a period of three years following the communication of your curriculum vitae to our company, and will then be erased. The security measures required to prevent any illegal access to or processing of your personal data as a result of your job application have been identified, and the necessary administrative and technical measures, such as authorization limits and the signing of confidentiality agreements, have been taken to prevent those personnel who have access to these data from disclosing them to other persons in contravention of the law or from making use of them outside the processing area.
In this context, in order to make use of your rights concerning your personal data under Article 11 of Law No. 6698 on the Protection of Personal Data, you are entitled to apply to our company via e-mail, using the address “email@example.com” and so to:
- obtain detailed information about your rights concerning the protection of your personal data;
- find out whether your personal data have been processed or not;
- request information if your personal data have been processed;
- discover the purpose for which your personal data have been processed and whether or not they have been used for this purpose;
- find out whether your personal data have been transferred or not, and if so to what third party(ies) they have been transferred;
- request the rectification of any incomplete or inaccurate personal data;
- request that your personal data be erased, under the conditions laid down by law;
- request that any third party(ies) to whom your personal data have been transferred should be notified of your request for rectification or erasure;
- request compensation for any damages that you may have incurred due to unlawful processing of your personal data.
WISHES AND REQUESTS OF PERSONAL DATA SUBJECTS
In line with Article 10 of the Law on the Protection of Personal Data, ENKA informs data subjects about their rights concerning the protection of their personal data and guides them on how to make use of these rights. In compliance with Article 13 of the same Law, ENKA operates the channels, internal procedures and administrative and technical regulations necessary for the purpose of assessing the rights of data subjects and providing them with the required information.
Accordingly, data subjects may communicate their requests in respect of their rights as set out in the ENKA Personal Data Protection and Processing Policy by providing identification information and documents and filling out the form provided at the address www.enka.com or by filling out and signing the Data Subject Personal Information Application Form by such other means as are stated on the form or determined by the Personal Data Protection Board.
In order for a third party to make an application on behalf of a data subject, a specific power of attorney must have been drawn up by the data subject in favor of the person who is to make the application through the agency of a public notary.