Protection of personal data

To consult and visit the Website, you do not have to provide your personal data.

The data or information that you send us within the framework of our “recruitment” page is strictly for internal use and will only be used within the framework of recruitment procedures for Bailleul International Laboratories. All CVs will be kept for a maximum of 12 months from the date they are received, unless notified otherwise or on written request from the candidates.

When you provide personal data, you commit to providing accurate information that does not damage the interests and/or rights of third parties.

Our Company is responsible for processing personal data and is the sole recipient of your personal data. Our company commits to preserving the confidentiality of your personal data.
In compliance with personal data protection laws, you have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete your personal data.
You can exercise your rights at any timeby sending an email to the following address: contact@bailleul.com


Cookies


In order to make it easier to use the Website, we send cookies to your computer. A cookie does not identify you by name.
On the other hand, it records information that will be used for statistical purposes (browser used, pages consulted, date and time of the visits, etc.) that we can read during your subsequent visits.

You can delete these cookies by configuring your Internet browser:

Internet Explorer


”Tools” menu, “Internet Options”, “General” tab, click “delete” in the “browsing history” section, then tick the “cookies” option.

Firefox


”Tools” menu then “Delete recent history”.
In the “Interval to delete” drop down menu, select “all”. Then click the arrow next to “Details” to display the history details. Tick the “Cookies” box making sure that the elements to be maintained are not selected.
Click on “Delete now” to delete all cookies and close the “Delete recent history” window.

We might transfer your data into a database for one of our subsidiaries outside your country of residence, particularly within the framework of the “recruitment” section and possibly in countries that do not guarantee the same level of personal data protection as your country.