The Provider manages the personal details in accordance with Slovak Act No. 18/2018 Coll. / Czech Act No. 101/2000 Coll. on the Protection of Personal Data and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
Personal data can only be managed for the reasons of managing the registration created on the internet page and to provide services by the company Profesia spol. s r.o. The person concerned declares that the provided personal data are true and accurate and that they were given freely.
The consent to manage personal data can be revoked by the concerned person anytime, otherwise it will expire after three years from the last login into the registration created by the concerned person on the internet page named above. Personal data will be provided or made available on the internet page to the registered potential employees or employers and third parties only under special regulations and for IT services.
The Client is entitled to publish his photo or image himself; publishing these is forbidden when another identificator of the person concerned is given.
Data of the Client, such as his telephone number, his e-mail address can be entered by the Client only in the designated space on the Website. The Provider is obliged to take relevant technical or other measures, so that this information would not be published directly on the Website, but that the Client would make it accessible only to those Clients who will ask him for it,
Data for the purposes of invoicing the price for provided Services will be provided to the Provider only on the basis of the Client's application and his consent. The tax document will be issued pursuant Act No. 222/2004 Col. about VAT as amended on a request of the Client.
The Provider recommends that before they come to a mutual agreement, the Clients request enough information and documents from the second party on whose basis it would be possible to verify all the published information as trustworthy, complete and up-to-date. The Provider does not collect any information, documents or other facts about their Clients. The Provider leaves it to the Clients' consideration if they publish a photograph under the terms of Advertising (publishing a photo on the Website is not compulsory). The Client himself decides about removing the photo; the photos are removed without a direct intervention of the Provider.
The Participants of a competition follow the rules of the competition, where the organizer who at the same time i salso the Provider is obliged to manage participants‘ data pursuant Slovak Act No. 18/2018 Coll. / Czech Act No. 101/2000 Coll. on the Protection of Personal Data and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
The entire text of the protection of personal data of the company Profesia, spol. s r. o. is available on this page
The price for Services shall be calculated according to the Price List effective on the date of ordering of Services.
The invoice (tax voucher) is issued pursuant to Act No. 222/2004 Z.z. about VAT as amended on the Client's request. The Provider will provide the ordered Service first after the payment of the price for the ordered Service, the Client will be informed about this fact by the Provider in advance.
The Client is obliged to pay for the ordered Service via banking transfer to the Provider's account or through the CardPay/ComfortPay Tatra banka or by using gift vouchers through pay ways Edenred or Benefit Plus.
Should the Client delay in paying the invoiced or ordered amount, the Provider is entitled to charge the Client a late payment interest rate of up to 0,1% of the due amount for each day of delay and, at the same time, is entitled to temporarily, until due payment of the ordered or invoiced amount, discontinue further provision of Services. Should the Client delay in paying more than 30 days the Provider is entitled to forward the claim to the mandatory of the debt collection company cooperating with the Provider. The costs for collecting the claim will become a part of the Provider's claim.
Claims made in relation to the issued invoices, which may result in limitation of rights concerning the Provider’s receivables from the Orderer, must be made by the Orderer in writing with the Provider within 7 days following the delivery of the invoice.
The Provider gives back sums of money to Clients only if in individual cases they are higher than 0,50 EUR.
The Provider shall not be liable for the content of the service provided (posted) on the Website, especially not for its graphic representation (eg.: logo, photograph or another result of mental creative activity) and for its grammatical correctness. Only the Client is exclusively responsible for violating any rights of third persons by providing a Service on the Website. The Provider shall not be responsible for any damage caused by providing the Service on the Website.
The Provider is not responsible for any direct or indirect loss or damage caused by publishing an Advertisement or a Profile on the Website or by using the data from the Website.
The Provider shall not guarantee to the Clients finding a suitable person for providing the work or finding opportunity to provide work or finding suitable clients to be provided with his services and shall not be responsible in any way for the result, quality and level of performance of the Client.
The Provider's activities are not paid job intermediation activities, he is not a commercial agent and/or plenipotentiary of the Clients and does not receive from Clients any form of provision for intermediating.
The Provider is not responsible for the correctness and completeness of information posted on the Websites, neither does he provide any guarantee for the usage of such information for the relevant purpose.
If the contract terminates without the Provider's fault and the Client has not used the Services yet, the Client has no right to claim a refund of the agreed price. The Provider is not responsible for not fully used up Services.
Information about the Provider:
- Name: Profesia, spol. s r.o.
- Registered Seat: Pribinova 19, 811 09 Bratislava, Slovak Republic
- Company Reg. No.: 35 800 861
- Tax ID No.: SK2020280933
- Register: Register of Companies with the District Court Bratislava I, Section: Sro, Insert No.: 22949/B
- Phone: +421 233 456 585
- E-mail: [email protected]
The Consumer (The Client within the intention the GCTC) is entitled to filing a claim by delivering their claim by e-mail to the e-mail address: [email protected]
Claims are also processed over the telephone from 8am till 4.30pm on workdays. Clients are advised that the Provider, within the intention of the GCTC, is not responsible for the content of the Service provided (published) on the Web Site, especially for its graphics (e.g.: logo, photo or other product of mental creative activity) and for its grammatical correctness. Infringement of any third-party rights by providing a Service on the Web Site is the exclusive responsibility of the Client. The Provider is not liable for any damages caused by providing the Service on the Web Site.
- The Provider is not liable for any direct or indirect damage caused by publishing Advertising on the Web Site or by using data from the Web Site. The Provider does not guarantee the Clients’ finding a suitable person for providing work or finding an opportunity for providing work or finding clients nor does the Provider in any way give any guarantee or assume any responsibility for the outcome, quality and level of performance of a particular Client. The Provider is not acting as a broker, agent and/or authorised representative of the Clients and does not collect any form of agent’s fee from the Clients.
- The Provider is not responsible for the correctness and completeness of the information given on the Web Site and does not provide any guarantee for using such information for its specific purpose. Should the contract cease without the Client’s having used the Services ordered by the Client without fault on the part of the Provider, the Client is not entitled to receiving a refund of the price agreed. The Provider is not responsible for incomplete use of the Services. The Consumer has the right to file their claim in accordance with Act No. 250/2007 Coll. on consumer protection and on the amendment of Slovak National Council Act No. 372/1990 Coll. on Administrative Infraction as amended (hereinafter referred to as “Consumer Protection Act”).
- Should the Consumer file a claim according to the above Act, the Provider or an employee authorised by the Provider or an appointed person is obliged to inform the Consumer about their rights under Act No. 40/1964 Coll., the Civil Code as amended. Based on the Consumer’s decision as to which one of those rights the Consumer is claiming, the Provider is obliged to determine the manner of processing the claim under § 2, section m) of the Consumer Protection Act:
- In complicated cases within 3 days of filing the claim at the latest,
- In substantiated cases, especially if complex technical evaluation of the service is required, within 30 days of filing the claim at the latest.
Once the claim processing period has elapsed, the Consumer is entitled to withdrawing from the contract or has the right to refund of the price paid for the claimed service.
- Under § 2 Section m) of the Consumer Protection Act, a claim is settled by providing a service again or by refunding the price paid for the claimed service. The Consumer is entitled to filing claims related to faults of the Service provided according to Act No. 40/1964 Coll., the Civil Code as amended (hereinafter referred to as the “Civil Code”).
- Under § 622 of the Civil Code, “in the case of a fault that can be repaired, the buyer has the right to having the fault removed for free, in a timely and proper manner. The seller is obliged to remove the fault without undue delay. The buyer may require an exchange of the item instead of removal of the defect, or, if only a part of the item is defective, the buyer may require a replacement of the part, unless the seller incurs unduly high costs in relation to the price of the item or the seriousness of the fault. The seller may always replace the faulty item with a fault-free item instead of removing the fault, unless this causes the buyer serious difficulties “
- Under § 623 “should the fault be irreparable and prevent the item from being properly used as a fault-free item, the buyer has the right to having the item exchanged or to withdrawing from the contract. The same rights pertain to a buyer should the faults be repairable, but the buyer is unable to use the item properly because of a fault occurring after a repair or because of a number of faults. Should there be other irreparable faults, the buyer is entitled to a commensurate discount on the price of the item.“
- These rules apply in a similar manner to the provision of services as well.
Should the claim be filed through distance communication media, the Provider is obliged to delivering the confirmation of filing a complaint to the Consumer immediately; should it be impossible to deliver the confirmation immediately, it is to be delivered without undue delay, but along with the document confirming that the claim was processed at the latest;, the confirmation of filing a claim need not be delivered, should the Consumer be able to prove having filed the claim in another manner. The Provider is obliged to issue a written certificate of processing the claim within 30 days of the day of filing the claim.
- Alternative Dispute Settlement
Should the Consumer be unhappy with the manner in which the Provider settled their claim or believe that the Provider violated their rights, the Consumer is entitled to contacting the Seller with a demand for rectification. Should the Provider either decline the Consumer’s request mentioned in the previous sentence or fail to answer it within 30 days of the Consumer sending it, the Consumer is entitled to starting an alternative dispute settlement according to the stipulation of § 12 of Act No. 391/2015 Coll. on alternative settlement of consumer disputes and on changes and amendments to several acts (hereinafter referred to as the “Alternative Settlement of Consumer Disputes Act”). The competent body for alternative settlement of consumer disputes with the Provider is:
- Slovak Commerce Inspection, which can be contacted for the purpose specified under the address Ústredný inšpektorát SOI, Odbor medzinárodných vzťahov a ARS, Prievozská 32, poštový priečinok 29, 827 99 Bratislava or by e-mailing [email protected] or [email protected],
- another authorised legal body registered in the list of alternative dispute settlement bodies with the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic (the list of authorised bodies is available under http://www.mhsr.sk/zoznam-subjektov-alternativneho-riesenia-spotrebitelskych-sporov/146987s ), where the Consumer has the right to choose which of the given alternative dispute settlement bodies to contact. The option of contacting a court of law is hereby not affected. To propose an alternative settlement of their consumer dispute, the Consumer may use the online dispute settlement platform available on the web site http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/ .
- Under § 12, Section 3 of the Alternative Settlement of Consumer Disputes Act, the Consumer’s proposal for starting an alternative dispute settlement must contain:
a) The Consumer’s name and surname, delivery address, e-mail and phone number, provided that the Consumer has those,
b) The Provider’s (seller’s) exact name,
c) A full and clear description of the crucial facts,
d) A description of what the buyer as the Consumer is wishing to obtain,
e) The date when the buyer as the Consumer contacted the Provider requesting rectification and the information that the attempt to settle the dispute directly with the Provider was unsuccessful,
f) A declaration that no identical proposal has been sent to another alternative dispute settlement body, no court of law or arbitration court has decided in the matter, no mediation agreement has been entered into on the matter, nor has alternative dispute settlement according to § 20 Section 1, letters. a) through e) of the Alternative Settlement of Consumer Disputes Act been completed in the matter.
- The proposal may be submitted on paper, in electronic form or orally into minutes. To submit the proposal, the Consumer may use a form available for download on the Seller’s website www.profesia.sk and available also on the web seat of the ministry (http://www.mhsr.sk/alternativne-riesenie-spotrebitelskych-sporov-clr/146956s ) and of each alternative dispute settlement body. Along with the proposal, the Consumer shall attach documents related to the subject matter of the dispute, documenting the facts given in the proposal.
The Provider reserves a right to amend GCTC, while any amendments shall be immediately communicated to the Clients by means of publishing on the Websites, including the validity date thereof. The original GCTC cease to be valid on the validity date of new GCTC.
All relationships not regulated in the Contract and/or GCTC shall be governed by the valid Slovak legal regulations.
Contradicting provisions in the Contract shall prevail over GCTC. Application of GCTC may be excluded only by a written agreement of the Parties incorporated in the Contract.
In case any provision in the Contract and/or GCTC becomes entirely or partially invalid, ineffective or unenforceable, validity and legal force of other provisions shall remain unaffected. The Contracting Parties undertake to replace such a void, ineffective or unenforceable provision with a new provision the meaning and intent of which closely resemble those of the provision that is being substituted as well as the contractual will expressed therein by the Contracting Parties. The Client takes into account, that the Advertising or Profiles published on the Website are as database protected pursuant Act No. 618/2003 Z. z. about copyright and the rights connected with copyright (Copyright Act) as amended, and the person entitled to these rights is the Provider. The Client is entitled to use the data accessible on the Website exclusively for looking up a suitable Advertisement, or a Profile for the purpose of using or providing of work in the way as it is stated in the GCTC and he is not entitled to use these data for any other purposes or enable its use for other purposes to another person. If he does so, he will be directly responsible for the damage caused by this as well as for violating relevant legal regulations and rights of the persons concerned. This does not affect the possibility for the Client to provide a Profile of an Advertisement to a third person, but only for the purpose of using or providing the Jobs to the third person.
These GCTC enter into force on 6th September 2016