For companies requiring it on an interim basis, PIXID provide internet-based management services for the entire temporary work process in a way that is totally paperless (managing temps, electronic signatures for service contracts, receiving order confirmations, managing job applications and interview circuits, activity reports, pre-invoicing, invoicing, tax digitisation for invoices and reports).
As a European leader for the internet-based management of flexible employment and temporary work, PIXID aim to deliver the highest possible levels of service. We also attach great importance to building trust-based relationships with our clients.
Conscious of our obligations with regards to personal data, since the company was founded in 2004, PIXID have implemented a range of measures in relation to the processing of personal data in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations. PIXID are following a strategy for complying with the General Regulations for Data Protection (GRDP or RGPD) and ISO 27001 certification with regards to their Information Security Management System (ISMS).
In the interests of transparency, the purpose of this personal data policy is to outline the way in which we at PIXID collect and process this data.
This personal data protection policy applies to personal data gathered across all websites and applications belonging to the PIXID group.
The personal data gathered relates to those using our services and/or to the HR files for temporary workers or providers of services we manage.
PIXID collect the following personal data from users of the service:
- First name
- Work email address
- Work phone number
- Work mobile number
The personal data collected by our clients from applicants and temporary workers and which is entrusted to PIXID is as follows:
- Maiden name
- First name
- Date of Birth
- Place of Birth
- Home address
- Home postcode
- Home town
- Work phone number
- Work email address
- Personal phone number
- Personal email address
*Required for temporary workers seeking to access PIXID.
The documents containing personal data that our clients collect from temporary workers and which are entrusted to PIXID in the form of attachments in PDF format are as follows:
- Electrical accreditations Driving license CACES Safe driving certificate
- Medical visits (FIMO – FCOS)
- Qualifications Curriculum Vitae Covering letter
- Letter of recommendation
- Police check
- Training Certificate
- Parental certificates for minors Grey cards for vehicles
- Family status certificate
- Proof of residency Photographic ID
- Bank details Housing Tax
- Work contract
- Provisional residency authorisation
- Provisional work authorisation Residency card
- Residency permit
- Temporary residency permit
- Student card or enrolment certificate
- ID card / passport
- UE/EEE residency card
- Residency certificate
- Receipt of request for residency card
- Receipt of request for residency card renewal
- Job title
- Recognition of Handicapped Worker Status
- Disability card
- Disability pension
- Partial Disability
- Permanent State Disability Pension
- Military Pension
We are likely to collect your IP address and information on the browser used in order to improve our services and/or compile statistics.
The default settings of internet browsers are normally set to accept cookies, but this can easily be changed by modifying the settings on your browser. However, please note that, if you choose to deactivate cookies, it is possible that our websites or applications will no longer be accessible.
We use the personal data that we gather or which clients supply us with exclusively for managing flexible employment, intellectual services and work contracts.
We may also use the personal data that we gather in order to provide you with information regarding PIXID activity, including newsletters and satisfaction surveys.
Lastly, some of the information we gather allows us to compile statistics regarding how our platform is used, which are required in order to improve the quality of our service, access time and user experience.
It should be noted that we attach the same importance to protecting the personal data that we collect directly from our users as we do to data supplied to us by our clients and for which PIXID operate as a subcontractor.
We retain the personal data for a user of PIXID services for as long as they have access to our platform. Login information (personal password and username) will be deleted once the user no longer has access to PIXID services.
However, we may be required to retain information relating to the use of our platform in our log files. This information will be used to improve the quality of PIXID services.
We will retain personal data for temporary workers for as long as we are legally allowed to retain the documents for which we are responsible. With regards to job applications, the length of time for which this data may be retained is 2 years. For an order or a contract of assignment, this period is extended to 10 years. Lastly, with regards to placement contracts, fixed-term contracts or payslips, these documents will be retained for 50 years.
At PIXID, we always aim to store your data as safely as possible. With this in mind, we take all the necessary physical, technical and organisational measures in order to prevent your personal data from being modified or lost and to prevent any unauthorised access to your personal data.
More specifically, the use or management of databases containing your personal data will be the responsibility of an internal team, made up exclusively of PIXID employees. Each employee that has access to the data will have signed a personal commitment to respect the confidentiality of this data. All access is subject to strict controls and full traceability.
A full list of these methods is described in the General Policy for Information System Security (GPISS or PGSI). Furthermore, PIXID are pursuing a scheme for certifying the management of their information system (ISSM) - ISO 27001.
The Head of Information Systems Security and the equivalent for Computing and Freedoms, named in 2005 and 2012 respectively, will be responsible for ensuring that the principles outlined in this policy are applied and respected.
You can contact us by sending an email to the following address email@example.com, in order to view any personal data relating to you and which we currently have in our possession.
Should you become aware of any errors within this data, you may request that we correct it. You may also request that we delete any data relating to you.
However, please note that the legal restrictions regarding the lengths of time for which we are legally allowed to retain documents (contracts, payslips) require us to retain some personal data.
The PIXID group will not share your personal data with other companies for any purpose other than the management of flexible employment.
However, we may be required to share data with partner companies or service providers as part of their activities, while respecting the initial purpose. Specifically, when distributing our newsletter, data (an email address, for example) may be shared with service providers. Should this happen, we will demand that they only use your personal data to manage the services that we have asked them to provide. We will also request that these service providers always act in a way that complies with the applicable laws regarding the protection of personal data and that particular attention be paid to the confidentiality of this data.
Your personal data will be stored in databases managed exclusively by PIXID employees.
The hosting of PIXID servers (used, for example, for main storage, backup, DRP and archiving) is managed by recognised service providers whose storage sites are located within the European Economic Area.
Given the international dimension of the PIXID group, data may be exchanged with PIXID sites located in countries outside of the European Economic Area.
The cross-border nature of the General Regulations for Data Protection makes it possible to ensure the same level of protection is applied to personal data for countries within the European Economic Area as for countries outside of it.
PIXID request that the same level of demands with regards to physical, organisational and technical measures, as well as those relating to people, is applied during this type of data exchange as it would be for operations within France.
Computer processing of personal data for which there are particular risks with regards to rights and freedoms will, in advance, be subject to CNIL authorisation:
PIXID declared their activity with the CNIL on 2nd May 2005 - number 1091735.
Nomination in early 2012 for a CIL with the CNIL. A person appointed by PIXID is now designated as the correspondent for protecting data of a personal nature.