We are agile and aim for high performance – acting as entrepreneurs and business owners. Our BCRs reflect the standards contained in European data protection laws (including the General Data Protection Regulation). Our BCRs mean that all companies in our group that have signed our BCRs must comply with the same internal rules. This also means that your rights (see “What are your rights with regard to the processing of your personal data?”) will remain the same regardless of where your data is processed by Accenture. We comply with all laws, whether local, national or regional. Accenture employees and those acting on our behalf are responsible for understanding the applicable rules and must work with the legal department to ensure compliance. We work together to build a better and stronger company for future generations and protect accenture`s brand, information, intellectual property and people. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) responsibility starts at the top – with our Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer – and reverberates throughout the company, including the use of performance targets in relation to a responsible company. The majority of the personal data we collect and use for marketing purposes relates to individual employees of our customers and other companies with whom we have an existing business relationship. We may also obtain contact information from public sources, including content posted on social media sites in order to establish initial contact with a data subject at a customer or other company.
If you have any questions about privacy, click here. Our Code is divided into six basic behaviors. It applies to all of our employees, regardless of title or location, as well as to each Accenture business unit. Third parties are also required to comply with our Code when acting on our behalf. In addition, for recruitment/employment purposes, Accenture may process the personal data listed in the table below. We rely on our core values and Code of Business Ethics not only to influence our behavior, but also to help all our employees make ethical decisions and consider the full impact of their decisions. We may collect and process the following personal data: We use personal data for the purposes described in the section “For what purposes and on what legal basis do we use your personal data?” above, as well as to provide you with the information you have requested, to process online applications and for other purposes that we would describe to you at the time of collection. For example, where the processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw that consent at any time by contacting Accenture`s Data Protection Officer. Please note that this does not affect Accenture`s right to process personal data collected prior to the withdrawal of your consent or the right to continue certain parts of the processing on legal bases other than your consent. Our code is more than just a document.
It`s about what we believe, how we live and how we lead. It`s ingrained in everything we do. In this way, we improve our business performance and build on Accenture`s reputation in the market. This is how we put our customers and employees first. It`s our way of putting integrity into action. Each of us, every moment, every day. If we do not receive your personal information directly from you, we may obtain it from the following sources: publicly available sources (registry or Internet), Accenture employees, subcontractors, (potential) directors, shareholders, affiliates, subsidiaries and newly acquired companies of Accenture, employers of our subcontractors, government agencies, public websites and social media, former employers, educational institutions, suppliers and Suppliers (including third-party data providers). If, despite our commitment and efforts to protect your personal information, you believe that your privacy rights have been violated, we encourage and encourage individuals to first contact Accenture to request a resolution to a complaint. You have the right at any time to lodge a complaint directly with the competent supervisory authority or to lodge a complaint against Accenture in a court of competent jurisdiction (either in the country where you live, in the country where you work, or in the country where you believe that data protection law has been violated).