INFORMATION REQUIRED BY LAW
“In accordance with the provisions of Articles 6-III-1 and 19 of Act No. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 for trust in the digital economy, called the “LCEN” Act, as well as the provisions of Article R. 123-237 of France’s Commercial Code [Code de commerce], the Editor of the Internet site is : QUIMDIS SAS, a simplified joint stock company [société par actions simplifiée], having share capital of EUR 750,000, registered at the Nanterre Company Register under No. B 347 990 442, having its registered office at 71 rue Anatole France – 92300 LEVALLOIS PERRET – France.
– The Site’s B5 General Conditions
The user of the Site acknowledges that it has taken cognisance of, understood and undertakes to comply with this information, which the company is required by law to provide.
Although the Editor shall do everything possible to offer users information and/or tools that are available and verified, it shall not be held liable for errors, a lack of availability of the information and/or the presence of viruses on its site.
The Editor cannot under any circumstances be liable for the non-accessibility of the Site and for any total or partial interruption of the consultation of its pages.
The information provided by the Site’s Editor is indicative. The Editor cannot warrant the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the information disseminated on its Site.
The Editor reserves the right at any time to modify, at any time, all or some of this information required by law, the information on the Site and the standard terms of sale contained on the Site.
Accordingly, the user acknowledges that it uses this information under its exclusive responsibility.
The user of the site must verify that it has the electronic communications tools and resources needed to access the site and to consult these pages.
It acknowledges having verified that the computer configuration that it uses to access the Site does not contain any virus and that it is in perfect operating condition.
The user shall refrain from any use of the Site that could potentially have an adverse effect on the rights of the Editor and those of any third-party.
The use of the Site and of this information required by law is governed, construed and applied pursuant to French law. France’s courts shall have sole jurisdiction to resolve any disputes.
– Intellectual property
The overall structure, as well as the software programs, texts, images (whether or not animated), sounds, know-how, etc., and all of the site’s other components are the exclusive property of the Editor or of its partners.
Any total or partial reproduction and/or representation of the site, without the Editor’s express authorisation, is prohibited and shall constitute infringement punished by Articles L. 335-2 et seq. of France’s Intellectual Property Code [Code de la propriété intellectuelle].
The same shall apply to the databases constituting the Site, which are protected by Articles L. 341-1 of the Intellectual Property Code.
The trademarks of the Editor and of its partners, and the logos appearing on the site are trademarks (whether or not semi-figurative) and are registered.
Accordingly, any total or partial reproduction of these trademarks or of these logos that takes place based on the elements of the site and without the Editor’s express authorisation is prohibited, pursuant to Article L. 713-2 of France’s Intellectual Property Code.
The drawings or designs of the Editor and of its partners appearing on the site are registered.
The Site’s users cannot place a hyperlink from this site without the Editor’s express, prior authorisation.
The Editor shall not be responsible for users’ access via hyperlinks installed from the Site and pointing to other resources present on the Internet network.
– Information required by the “CNIL” [French National Commission for IT and Civil Liberties]
The user is informed that a cookie can be installed automatically on its browser software at the time of its visits on the site.
The cookie is used to record information concerning the user’s browsing on the site, without identifying the user.
The configuration of the browser software program provides information on the presence of cookies and, if applicable, it can be rejected in the manner described at the following address : “http://www.cnil.fr”.
The user of the Site is required to comply with the provisions of the French Act governing data processing, files and freedoms [la loi relative à l’informatique, aux fichiers et aux libertés], violations of which are subject to criminal punishments.
It must, in particular, refrain from any collection and any misuse of the personal data to which it has access.
With the exception of what is indicated below concerning the data collected under the “Recruitment” tab, the personal data that the user of the Site supplies on the Site are transmitted, solely for information or communications purposes, to QUIMDIS SAS, to the communications department, which is the recipient of and is responsible for the processing of the data collected.
In accordance with the provisions of Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, amended by the Act of 6 August 2004, the processing of your data can result in the user of the Site exercising a right of access, rectification, modification or deletion, as well as to a right of opposition on legitimate grounds, with QUIMDIS, the Editor of said Site, by sending a letter to the following address :”QUIMDIS SAS – Service Communication / Web – 71 rue Anatole France – 92300 LEVALLOIS-PERRET”.
– Information required by law and specific to the “Recruitment” tab
Responsible for processing and receiving data : QUIMDIS SAS’s Human Resources Department
Please fill out this form carefully.
The replies to the boxes not specifying “required” are optional and without consequence for the examination of the file.
As regards the replies to the boxes specifying “required”, the default reply may compromise the proper handling of your application.
In accordance with France’s Labour Code [Code du travail], we hereby inform you that the recruitment procedure used by our company includes interviews.
Accordingly, the data concerning you are computerised; they will be processed confidentially by the recruitment department and for the purposes of managing applications.
Your data are kept for a period of 24 months from the most recent contact with the applicant.
Only our company’s authorised persons will be able to have access to your data for strictly internal purposes.
You can access or rectify the information concerning you; to do so, just send an email to the following department: email@example.com