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Registered office: Novo Park, Building G, 5, Fabrica de Glucoza St.,District 2, Bucharest.
Number of registration with the Registrar of Companies: J40/9678/1998
VAT ID: RO11071295
Share capital: 11,045,350 RON
The contents of this site is property of Sodexo Pass Romania S.R.L. (hereinafter referred to as "Sodexo"), that holds all of the rights of intellectual property on all original creations that are posted on this website.
If Sodexo does not authorise the use of this material in writing, then it is forbidden to either partially or totally reproduce on any support or publish elements of website (text, imagines, logos, trademarks, etc.).
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Reproducing any of the respective marks on any support totally or partially or using them for any purpose or in connection to any product/service/company other than those established or protected under the law is strictly forbidden, unless such reproduction or use is previously authorised in writing by the holder thereof.
Links to Sodexo website
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This authorisation is not applicable to Internet websites that host forums, porn, xenophobic content, or that – to a various extent – are likely to hurt the feelings of the public at large or violate public order norms and loyal business practices.
External links posted on this Sodexo website
Sodexo may post certain external links on www.sodexo.ro that can enable access to websites of third parties and to content that Sodexo cannot control. This existence and accessibility of these links from the website of Sodexo will not at all commit Sodexo’s responsibility to any damage that may be done to visitors accessing those websites.
DATA COLLECTED THROUGHwww.sodexo.ro
Users should be aware that their personal data that we collect from forms, personalised services or questionnaires is processed exclusively by Sodexo, as a basis for the supply of its specific services and in order to conduct marketing surveys about these services.
Supplying certain information is mandatory and such information is indicated clearly in forms or questionnaires. Other information may also be requested on a case-by-case basis, in order to contribute to the improvement of our own services.
You do have the general obligation that all of the pieces of information which you supply through this website should be true, accurate, complete and, as applicable, updated in a reasonable amount of time. Please also be advised that Sodexo will not consider any wrong information and will not engage Sodexo’s responsibility in relationship to you or third parties. If your information is wrong, Sodexo will have the right to suspend or terminate your account, and to forbid you from against signing up to the services that are available through the website.
Sodexo is registered with the National Surveillance Authority for Personal Data Processing Activities under No. 3486. Sodexo is committed to ensuring the confidentiality of the personal data that you supply and to processing them in strict compliance with Law No. 677/2001.
Please also be advised that in accordance to Law No. 677/2001, you have the right to access and change your personal data and the right not to be subject to an individual decision. You also have the right to deny the processing of your personal data and to request such data to be deleted. You can exercise your rights by filing a written, signed and dated request to our IS&T department, Sodexo Pass Romania, Novo Park, Building G, 5, Fabrica de Glucoza St.,District 2, Bucharest. You should also be aware that you have the right to take action in a court of law.
For more information on personal data processing, please visit the website of the National Surveillance Authority for Personal Data Processing Activities at www.dataprotection.ro.
Sodexo reserves itself the right to change, rectify or delete the content of this website anytime.
Sodexo is making every effort so that the information that is supplied to you is true and accurate when posted on this website, and that it is updated within a reasonable of time. Sodexo shall not be held responsible for any damage that may be caused to visitors who visit this website and use the information posted on this website. We are also especially drawing your attention on the fact that the legal and business information in the “Legislation” section or in brochures cannot substitute professional counselling.
Sodexo declines any responsibility for any difficulty that visitors may encounter in accessing this website or for any malfunction of the website, communication problem or other issue of this kind.
All website users must take every precaution so as to protect the IT equipment, data or software that they hold or use against any virus that may be downloaded through the Internet. Sodexo’s responsibility shall not be engaged in any way for any potential damage that may be caused by viruses whenever this website is visited.
Personal data processing and the rights of persons who use the services of Sodexo Pass Romania SRL are governed by Law No. 677/2001. Sodexo Pass Romania SRL is authorised to work under Licence No. 3486 issued by the National Surveillance Authority for Personal Data Processing Activities.
1. PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA IN ACCORDANCE WITH Law No. 677/2001
Sodexo Pass Romania SRL will process personal data in order to sign and implement business service contracts (service vouchers and cards, and business orders that sent in via SMS by Sodexo Pass clients), according to the legal obligations that are specified in laws based on which the Ministry of Economy and Finance issues the working license.
2. DISCLOSURE OF PERSONAL DATA
Sodexo Pass Romania SRL has the right to disclose the personal data to associate or partner companies, that may process such personal data in order to implement the business contracts they are authorised to by the Ministry of Economy and Finance.
3. RIGHTS OF THE SUBSCRIBERS
As regards personal data processing, please be advised that you have the following rights in accordance with Law No. 677/2001:
THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION
Article 12. - (1) If the personal data is obtained from the holder thereof directly, then the operator must provide to the holder at least the information below, except for the circumstances where such information is already known to such holder:
a) identity of the operator and of the operator’s representative, if the case;
b) why the personal information is processed;
c) additional information, such as: the intended recipients or categories of recipients of such data; whether it is mandatory to supply the requested data and what the consequences of the refusal to provide them are; the existence of the rights that the targeted persons has according to this law, especially the right to access, the right to change the data and the right to challenge, as well as the conditions in which these rights can be enjoyed;
d) any other information that has to be supplied under an order of the surveillance authority, in keeping with the specifics of processing activities.
(2) If the personal data is not obtained from the holder thereof directly, then the operator must provide at least the information below to the holder when the data is collected, or – if the operator intends to disclose such information to third parties – no later than the time of the first disclosure, to provide the holder with at least the following information, except for the case where such holder has such information already: a) the identity of the operator and of the operator’s representative, if the case;
b) why the personal information is processed;
c) additional information, such as: the categories of data, the intended recipients of such data or the categories of data recipients; the existence of the rights that the targeted persons have according to this law, especially the right to access, the right to change the data and the right to challenge, as well as the conditions in which these rights can be enjoyed;
d) any other information that has to be supplied under an order of the surveillance authority, in keeping with the specifics of data processing activities.
(3) Provisions of paragraph (2) shall not apply whenever data is processed exclusively for journalistic, literary or artistic purposes, whether their usage would clue in on the actual sources of information.
(4) Provisions of paragraph (2) shall not apply whenever data is processed for statistical, historic research or scientific purposes, or in any other circumstances where supplying such information is impossible or would involve an effort which was disproportionate as against the legitimate interest that could be harmed, as well as in circumstances where recorded or disclosing data are expressly required under a piece of legislation.
THE RIGHT TO ACCESS DATA
Article 13. - (1) Any authorised person has the right to get from the operator the confirmation that the data regarding such authorised person is or is not processed by such operator, further to the person’s request and free of charge if the request is submitted once a year only. If the operator processes personal data concerning the applicant, then such operator must provide the applicant with at least the following information, alongside the confirmation:
a) information about the purposes of data processing, the categories of data that are of interest to the operator or the categories of users to whom the data is disclosed;
b) the intelligible communication of the data that is subject to processing, as well as any available information regarding the origin of the data;
c) information on the working principles of the mechanism whereby any automatic data processing is performed in connection to the respective person;
d) information about the existence of the right to change the data and the right to challenge, as well as the conditions in which these rights can be enjoyed;
e) information on the possibility to study the personal data processing activity records, which are described under Article 24, and on the possibility to lodge a complaint with the surveillance authority, as well as the possibility to challenge the operator’s decisions in a court of law, as per the provisions of this law.
2) The targeted person can also request from the operator the information which is described under paragraph (1), based on a request that should be written, dated and signed. Such request may point out whether applicants wish that the information should be communicated to them at a certain address, which can be an email address too, or via courier.
(3) The operator shall communicate the requested information within 15 days from the time when the request is received, in compliance with the option that the applicant may possibly express as per paragraph (2).
(4) In the case of personal data regarding someone’s health status, the request which is referred to under paragraph (2) may be introduced by the targeted person either directly, or through a medical doctor who has to specify in the request the name of person in whose name the application is filed. If requested by the operator or by the targeted person, the communication which is described under paragraph 3) can also be made through a medical doctor who should be assigned by the targeted person.
(5) If the personal data describing the health status is processed for scientific research purposes and if there is no risk – apparently – to harm the rights of the targeted person and if the data is not used to make decisions or take measures against a certain person, then the communication which is described under paragraph (3) can also be performed within a larger amount of time than specified in that paragraph, insofar as such communication could affect the proper progress or result of the research, and not later than the moment when the research is finalized. Under such circumstances, the targeted person should have expressly and unequivocally consented that their personal data should be processed for scientific research purposes and that the communication described under paragraph 3) may be delayed due to such reason.
(6) Provisions of paragraph (2) shall not apply whenever data is processed exclusively for journalistic, literary or artistic purposes, whether their usage would clue in on the actual sources of information.
THE RIGHT OF INTERVENTION
Article 14. - (1) Any targeted person has the right to get the following from the operator, further to their request and free of charge:
a) to correct, update, block or delete, as applicable, the data that is not processed as per this law, especially missing or inaccurate data;
b) to transform the data that is not processed as per this law into anonymous data;
c) to notify third parties to whom data about any operation performed as per letters a) or b) has been disclosed, if such notification does not prove to be impossible or does not involve an effort that could be disproportionate as against the legitimate interest that could be harmed.
(2) In order to enjoy the right which is referred to under paragraph (1), the targeted person shall lodge a written, dated and signed request with the operator. Such request may point out whether applicants wish that the information should be communicated to them at a certain address, which can be an email address, or via courier.
(3) The operator must communicate the measures that are taken based on paragraph (1) and, if the case, the name of the third party to whom the personal data regarding the targeted person was disclosed, within 15 days from the time when the request is received, in compliance with the possible option of the applicant, as expressed according to paragraph (2).
THE RIGHT TO CHALLENGE
Article 15. - (1) The targeted person has the right to challenge any time, for serious and legitimate reasons associated to their private situation, the fact that data regarding such person is processed, except for the cases where there are legal provisions stating the opposite. In the case of a justified challenge, the data in question can no longer be processed.
(2) The targeted person has the right to oppose any time, free of charge and without any justification, the fact that the data regarding such person is processed for direct marketing purposes, on behalf of the operator or for a third party, or to refrain from accepting that such data is disclosed to third parties for that purpose.
(3) In order to enjoy the right which is referred to under paragraphs (1) and (2), the targeted person shall lodge a written, dated and signed request with the operator. Such request may point out whether applicants wish that the information should be communicated to them at a certain address, which can be an email address, or via courier.
(4) The operator must communicate to the targeted person the measures that are taken based on paragraphs (1) or (2) and, if the case, the name of the third party to whom the personal data regarding the targeted person was disclosed, within 15 days from the time when the request is received, in compliance with the possible option of the applicant, as expressed according to paragraph (3).