Privacy policy

Privacy policy

Work Advice is a recruitment company that typically assists business customers consisting of farmers and job candidates from Ukraine and other countries with advice and assistance in connection with hiring new foreign workers. In this context, we often process
personal data about the customers we assist. In addition, we offer online services for our customers, where we register
personal data is registered. The following privacy policy describes how Work Advice processes the personal data that we process, how we protect it when it is in our custody and what rights you
as a data subject have when we have registered personal data about you. Questions regarding our privacy policy and the information we have registered about you, etc. can be directed to our data controller Aleksandra Ignatiuk at E-mails are answered within 24 hours.

What is Personal Data?

Personal data is any information that to some extent can be used to identify you or another natural person.
It can be name, address, phone number, email, financial information such as salary information, bank account information, sole proprietorship's CVR number, social security number, trade union membership, health information, pictures, videos, testimonials, etc.

What personal data do we register?

When you use our recruitment consultancy services or online services at, we collect and process a number of personal data about you or others involved in your case, e.g. an
employee or a trade union, employer or former employer.
The information we process varies from case to case and can be both general and sensitive in nature. It depends on the type of case we are helping you with. For example, when we assist an employee in applying for a residence permit, we need to collect and register all participants' CVR no., social security no., full name and address, phone number, email, salary,
work tasks/distribution, work experience and education, marital status, etc. If we are to assist you in the negotiation and drafting of a contract, it is usually only individual contact information about the individual parties to the agreement that we need to collect and register. In the vast majority of cases, we collect information directly from you, our customer. If we collect personal data from other sources, e.g. a public authority or register, we will notify you directly.
Failure to provide the personal data mentioned above or objection to their processing may in some cases mean that we can no longer process your case with us.

When do we process personal data?

We process your personal data when at least one of the following conditions applies:
- You have given your consent for us to process your personal data for one or more specific
- Processing is necessary for the fulfillment of our agreement with you regarding advice and
case management, including in connection with the conclusion of the agreement.
- Processing is necessary to comply with a legal obligation incumbent on Work Advice.
- Processing is necessary to protect your or our special interests

Purpose of processing personal data

We need to be able to process personal data when we perform tasks for you, even when these are offered online. In some cases, we use our customers' personal data to administer a competition, promotion, survey or other, or to request a testimonial or review of our services and products. However, this will only happen if you have given your explicit consent. We will not process your personal data for purposes other than those mentioned without first obtaining your explicit consent. In case of further processing for a purpose other than those mentioned, we will inform you of the purpose and other relevant information.

Usage and deletion

We only collect and use the personal data that we need, and we only process it to the extent and for the time necessary to process your case. When you have asked us to solve a recruitment task for you, you will be created as a customer at Work
Advice. A digital case is created where all correspondence and case material that we receive from you and any others is stored. All case-related information that we process in the specific case will also be stored here. Your personal data is stored for as long as we help you with your case or as long as you are a customer with us. When we have finished processing your case and you are no longer a customer of ours, we will store all case-related information, including your personal data, for 5 years Partly to be able to assist you if you later need a copy of e.g. an employment contract, when you need to apply to extend your work and residence permit or something similar, and partly to be able to document the case process if a dispute should arise in relation to the advice we have provided. Personal data that is necessary to establish or defend a legal claim may in relevant cases be stored for longer than 5 years.

Disclosure to others

Personal data that we process is disclosed to others when necessary and relevant to your case. This may be, for example, to other parties in the case and public authorities. We use a number of law firms to process cases. Personal data will only be disclosed to a law firm if you have given your explicit consent before it is disclosed. We use a data processor for, among other things, storage and security of our personal data. We only use data processors within the EU who can provide the necessary guarantees for confidentiality and security as required. Our data processor only processes personal data on our behalf according to our instructions and may not use it for their own purposes.

Transfer of personal data to third countries or international organizations

We do not transfer the personal data to third countries or other international organizations.

Data Protection and Security

We have implemented a number of security measures to maintain a high level of security around your personal data to ensure that your data is not accidentally or illegally deleted,
published, lost, deteriorated or disclosed to unauthorized persons, misused or otherwise processed in violation of the law.
We only collect the personal data that we need, and we only process it to the extent and for the time necessary to process your case. Our IT systems and computers are regularly scanned for security flaws and known vulnerabilities to keep your information as secure as possible. Your personal information is contained behind secured networks and is only accessible to a limited number of people who have special access rights to such systems and are required to keep the information confidential.

Specifically regarding personal data processing and security when using

Cookie policy

Do we use cookies?
Yes, we do.

Cookies - what are they?

Cookies are small text files that a website or its service provider transfers and stores on your
computer's hard drive through your web browser (if you allow it), mobile phone or equivalent, for the purpose of
enable the website or service provider's systems to recognize your browser and to record and remember certain information, settings, perform statistics and target ads. Cookies cannot contain malicious code such as a virus.

What do we use them for?

We use them to understand your preferences based on previous or current activity on our website. This allows us to better customize and improve our content and services on the website.
We also use cookies to help us compile aggregated data about site traffic and site interaction so that we can offer better site experiences and tools in the future. If you do not want information to be collected, you should delete your cookies (see instructions) and refrain from further use of the website. It is possible to delete or block cookies. See instructions:
If you delete or block cookies, ads may become less relevant to you and appear more frequently. You may also risk that does not function optimally and that there is content you cannot
be able to access.

What do we use the information collected for?

Below we have elaborated on the category of cookies we use on and the purpose. 

Category: Necessary Necessary cookies help make a website usable by enabling basic functions such as page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.

Category: Preferences Preference cookies allow a website to remember information that changes the way the website behaves or looks, such as your preferred language or the region you are in. 

Category: Statistics Statistical cookies help us understand how you as a visitor interact with our website by collecting and reporting information anonymously.

Category: Marketing Marketing cookies are used to track visitors across websites. The intention is to serve ads that are relevant and engaging to the individual user and thus more valuable to publishers and third-party advertisers.

Third party cookies

The website contains cookies from third parties, which to varying degrees may include:;;; Please also refer to this list of frequent third parties for digital advertising:

General about the website
Publisher: Work Advice
Domain name:
Server location: Denmark
Total number of cookies: 26

Third party websites

Users may find links to other third party websites on We do not control the content or links that appear on those sites, and are not responsible for the policies employed by websites that link to or from the Website. In addition, these websites or services, including their content and links, may change regularly. These websites and services may have their own privacy and service policies. Searching and other interaction with other websites, including websites that link to the Website, is subject to that website's own terms and policies.

Your rights

In connection with our processing of your personal data, you have the following rights:

a) If the legal basis for the processing is consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent until the processing is terminated or your personal data is erased. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing we have already carried out based on the consent before the withdrawal

b) You have the right to request from our data controller access to the personal data we hold and process
about you

c) You have the right to request that we rectify incorrect or misleading information or erase your personal data. In the event that we have transferred the data to another recipient, we will on your behalf
on your behalf, we will notify the recipient to correct incorrect or misleading information about you or to
delete it.

d) You have the right to restrict our ability to process your personal data or to object
against the processing.

e) You are entitled to have the personal data we have registered about you personally delivered to you in an easily readable and usable format. You are also entitled to request that your personal data be transferred to another recipient at no cost to you.

f) You always have the right to complain about our processing of your personal data. A complaint can be sent to
the Danish Data Protection Agency. Contact details can be found at
If you wish to exercise any of your rights, you can submit a request to our
data controller in the following way:
Our data controller: Aleksandra Ignatiuk

If we receive an inquiry from you over the phone where you request the disclosure of information, etc,
we will ask you to identify yourself with a photo ID with name and address to ensure that we
provide the information to the right person and the right place. This can be forwarded by post.
Company: Work Advice
Address: Nupark 50, 7500 Holstebro
Phone: + 45 52 80 86 21
Domain name:

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