Privacy statement issued in compliance with art. 13 of the Italian Privacy Act

(Italian legislative decree n° 196 of 2003)

This statement is given in compliance with art. 13 of Italian legislative decree n° 196 of 2003 (hereinafter referred to as the Privacy Act) for the “protection of personal data”. In compliance with the above-mentioned legislation, data shall be processed based on the principles of fairness, lawfulness and transparency and on the protection of your privacy and your rights. In accordance with article 13 of the Privacy Act, Sherwin-Williams Italy S.r.l., a company headquartered in Via del Fiffo, 12 – Pianoro (BO) Italy – the Data Controller – would like to provide you with the following information:
1. data will be processed for the purpose of recruiting and selecting personnel in establishing an employment or freelance relationship with Sherwin-Williams S.r.l.;
2. data will be processed using automated instruments and/or manually;
3. the supply of data is voluntary and should you refuse to provide data, it may mean we are unable to carry out the above-mentioned recruitment and selection process;
4. data will not be communicated to or disclosed to others and will be held for six months;
5. the HR Manager and employees working in the HR department may gain knowledge of your personal data only for the above-mentioned purposes;
6. data will not be shared;
7. the Data Manager is the head of the HR department and the list of other managers is available to view from this department.
Lastly, please be advised that you are entitled to exercise your rights as laid down in article 7 of the Privacy Act (Italian legislative decree n° 196/03), which includes obtaining confirmation from the Data Controller or Manager as to whether personal data are being held on you or not and, where applicable, agreeing to said Data Controller or Manager having access to your data. Therefore, you are entitled to know the source of the data as well as the purpose of the processing of said data and the relevant logic applied; to have data processed in violation of the law deleted, transformed into anonymous form or blocked, as well as have data updated, corrected or, if you so desire, added to; and to object to the processing of said data for legitimate reasons.