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Information about processing personal data for job applicants

Fulfilling the obligations according to the Article 23 paragraphs 1 and 2 or Article 24 paragraphs 1 and 2 of Law on Personal Data protection of the Republic of Serbia ("Official gazette Herald of RS", No. 87/2018 (hereinafter be referred to as “LPDP”) the data controller informs that:

1. PricewaterhouseCoopers d.o.o. Beograd, Omladinskih brigada 88a, Belgrade, with registered number: 17147862 or PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting d.o.o. Beograd, Omladinskih brigada 88a, Belgrade with registered number: 20051167 („PwC”, “we”) will be the controller of your personal data.

2. If you have any questions or complaints regarding your personal data being processed by PwC, and/or the rights you possess, please contact Data Protection Officer:

  • via phone: +381 64 820 3869.

3. PwC processes your personal data for the following purposes and on the following legal bases:

A legal basis A purpose of the processing

Article 12 paragraph 1 point 2) of the LPDP - taking steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract


  • Article 12 paragraph 1 point 1) of the LPDP - consent applies if candidate points out another data than in Labor Law (e.g. photo in resume)

  • Article 17 paragraph 2 point 1) of the LPDP - consent applies if special categories of personal data (sensitive data) are contained in application

  • Article 19 of the LPDP – only if the processing is required by the law and requires for a job position collecting personal data relating to criminal convictions and offences or related security measures

Performing a recruitment process for the job offered
  • Article 12 paragraph 1 point 1) of the LPDP - consent

  1. Participating in further recruitment processes conducted by PwC; 

  2. Sending notifications about job offers in PwC and job related events organized or with the participation of PwC such as career fair.

Article 12 paragraph 1 point 6) of the LPDP - legitimate interests pursued by the PwC Exercising legal claims.

4. Your personal data will not be disclosed to third parties except the following recipients:

  • other PwC global network member firms (each of which is a separate independent legal entity). For details of our member firm locations, please visit the website. We may share personal data with other PwC member firms where necessary for administrative purposes and legitimate interests pursued by the PwC referred to in section 3;

  • service providers that aren’t members of the PwC network (“third party service providers”) to process on PwC’s behalf. Third party service providers may include providers of IT services, including identity management, website hosting, marketing automation and management, CRM, data analysis, data back-up, security and storage services in so far as it refers to the business relation with PwC;

  • governmental or regulatory authorities, courts and law enforcement authorities or agencies as required by and/or in accordance with applicable law or regulation.

5. Your personal data may be transferred to countries outside the Republic of Serbia - third countries, based on:

  • Article 64 paragraph 1 of the LPDP - adequacy decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia (applies for countries, which are subject of decision);

  • Article 65 paragraph 2 point 2) of the LPDP - standard data protection clauses adopted by the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection.

6. Your personal data will be retained for a term of the recruitment process and 6 months after that. If you provide us consent for further recruitment processes your personal data will be retained until you withdraw the consent.

7. In accordance with processing your personal data you have the following rights: 

  • right of access, to rectification (updating), to erasure, to restriction of processing, to data portability and to object;

  • to withdraw a consent, it is possible by sending an email Withdrawal of the consent does not affect the legality of processing based on consent prior to its withdrawal;

  • to lodge a complaint with a data protection authority (Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection).

8. The provision of personal data is mandatory in the field of personal data specified in labour law. For the rest of the categories of personal data, its provision is voluntary.

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