Czech Job Place s.r.o., ID number: 29382271, registered office U Lesa 1654/53a, Hrabůvka, 700 30 Ostrava, the company is registered in the Commercial Register maintained by the Regional court in Ostrava, Part C., Insert 37747  (hereinafter the “administrator”, or “CJP”), hereby declares that pursuant to the Regulation of the European parliament and of the council (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to processing personal data and on the free movement of this data, and repealing Directive 95/46/ES (hereinafter “GDPR”) processes the personal data of data subjects for its activities and is therefore the controller of personal data (i.e. the person who determines the ways and purposes of processing personal data).


CJP is a trading company, the business of which is:


– mediation of employment;

– production, sales, and services not included in Appendixes 1 to 3 of the Trade Licensing Act.


We would like to inform you that CJP has taken organizational and technical measures to ensure that your personal data is processed safely, correctly, lawfully and transparently so that the processing is appropriate, relevant and limited to the extent needed for the purpose for which the data is being processed. 

Processing personal data


CJP processes personal data mainly in the following areas:


– agenda related to the administration and the operation of CJP,

– personnel agenda,

– agenda related to placing the applicant for employment with the client,

– agenda related to settling visa and permit for stay in the Czech Republic,

– agenda related to obtaining driving licenses and other permits necessary for work in the Czech Republic / EU,

– training and retraining courses,


For processing personal data, the administrators testify to meeting the legal obligations, fulfilment of the contract, protection of rights and legally protected interests of CJP and your important interests, the legitimate interest of the administrator or third party or consent to the processing of personal data granted by the data subject. 


CJP will process your personal data only for the necessary time, during the negotiation of the contractual relationship, for the duration of the contractual or other relation to CJP, for the period resulting from the relevant legislation and for the period necessary to protect the rights and legally protected interests of CJP and your important interests.

Sometimes personal data must be passed on to another person as part of processing personal data. CJP tries to minimize this, but in some cases it is necessary to comply with the CJP’s obligations under the law, the contract or within CJP’s activities. In all cases where the administrator transfers personal data to another person, CJP will provide the maximum protection of the rights of the subject’s data. To the extent necessary, this data may be passed on to private law subjects (hostels, interpreters and translators, banks, traffic psychologists, accountants, tax advisors) and public law subjects (in particular state authorities, embassies).


CJP hereby declares that, where possible, confidentiality agreements have been concluded with the personal data administrators referred to above, under which the administrators undertook to observe the principles and measures arising from the GDPR at least at the same level as CJP.

All persons who come into contact with personal data during their work or contractual obligations are also bound by a contractual or legal obligation of confidentiality.


We would like to assure you that CJP collects, processes and stores your personal data only to the extent necessary to meet the above personal data processing purposes. 


The extent of your personal information that we collect, process and store includes, but is not limited to, identification and contact information (especially name, surname, identification number (ID), date of birth, home / residence address, bank account number, delivery address (mailing address), phone number, email address. For foreigners, information on nationality and permanent address) as well as data on other persons (data on natural persons acting on behalf of clients in the case of legal entities). In addition, we process data on the passport number, its validity, the identity card number, the driving license number and the data in it.  Where necessary to mediate employment, we also process data on educational achievements, family members and the last employer.


When you visit our website, our web servers will record as standard the IP address assigned to you by your Internet services provider, the website from which you visit us, the website you visit with us. Personal information will only be recorded if you provide it to us voluntarily.

Rights of data subjects.


To ensure that data subjects can decide as widely as possible on the processing of their personal data, the GDPR provides a number of rights that can be exercised against any data administrator. Please contact your administrator if you decide to apply some of your rights.


Your basic right is to request whether the administrator is processing your personal data at any time. 


If you ask us for information about processing your personal data, we will provide you without undue delay, and no later than within 30 days, information on what categories of data your person processed by CJP and for what purpose. You can also ask CJP to update your data and, where possible, request processing restrictions or deletion of personal data.


If you find or believe that CJP is processing your personal data contrary to your privacy or GDPR, you can:

(a) object to the processing of personal data;

b) request that we rectify the situation, in particular, you may request that your personal data is updated or supplemented; if necessary, the processing or deletion of this data will be restricted to your request.


If we process your personal data, you also have the right to request one copy of all the personal data we process about you. If you find that the processed data is inaccurate, you have the right to request the correction of the personal data. If you believe that we are not lawfully processing your personal information, you may apply the right to delete personal information. 


If your application is found justified, CJP must remedy the defective condition without delay. If your request cannot be accepted, you will be informed immediately and within 30 days at the latest. 


If you are still unhappy with anything or think we have not processed your application as we should, you have the right to file a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection, 


Please note that whatever your relationship with the administrator, there is no risk in applying these rights and the administrator will not treat you any worse than before exercising the rights. It is in our interest to process personal data legally and properly and not to damage your rights. If you have any doubts that we are doing it well, we will be happy to let us know. 


If you have any questions or information about the handling of personal data in CJP, you can contact CJP by e-mail at or at the postal address below:


Czech Job Place s.r.o. 

Hasičská 551/52

700 30 Ostrava


tel. +420-777-000-719




Daniel Trnka, Executive