Privacy Policy

LeaseGreen respects your privacy and the careful handling of your personal data is important to us. When handling your personal data, we comply with the data protection legislation, the basic principles defined in the General Data Protection Regulation and using good data management and processing. In this way we ensure that your privacy is not compromised.

We have valid agreements in place with our partners that comply with the General Data Protection Regulation. According to these agreements, we have received sufficient assurances from our personal data handlers that the personal data handled by them meets the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation.

Register controller

LeaseGreen Finland Ltd

Business ID: 2549707-6

Hevosenkenkä 3, 02600 Espoo, Finland

Contact address for matters concerning the register

Name of the register and registrees

LeaseGreen marketing, customer, and recruitment register

In the register, we process the personal data of our customers, potential customers and their representatives. We also process personal data during recruitment and hiring processes according to this document.

Use of personal data

The data is used for handling customer relationships, customer communications and for improving the website user experience and safety. Our goal is to target our messaging in such a way that our customer receives communications that are suitable precisely for them. The data is also used for marketing purposes.

The justifications for collection and handling of personal data are: handling customer relationships, personal consent, communications, marketing, recruitment or other legal justifications.

Recipients and processors of personal data

Persons involved in recruitment process personal data. In some recruitment cases, we use third parties, such as recruitment consultants and expert reviewers.

The register controller is responsible for ensuring that the stored data is handled according to good data security practices and the register controller’s instructions. We require the same practices from the third parties mentioned in this document.

Access to the register is restricted with access rights.

Registrees’ rights

You have the right, at any time, to object to the use of your personal data for direct marketing purposes. In every direct email sent by LeaseGreen, there is, according to the law, a link via which you can unsubscribe from our mailing list, if you so wish.

According to the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the right to:

  • obtain information on the use of your personal data
  • access your own personal data and check the personal data that concerns you
  • demand the correction or completion of inaccurate or incorrect personal data.
  • have your personal data erased from the register
  • rescind your approval of the use of your personal data and object to the use of your personal data inasmuch as it relates to your given consent and
  • demand the limitation of the use of your personal data.

If you request something concerning your rights electronically, we usually deliver the information in a commonly used electronic format in a reasonable time after the receipt of the request. In principle, the fulfillment of requests is free of charge.

We store your personal information only for as long as is necessary, after which your personal data is erased.

Collection and storage of personal data

We collect personal data, for example, via visits, emails, website visits, phone calls, social media and signing into our digital services. We collect personal data primarily from you yourself.

The recruitment register is used mainly to collect data necessary for recruitment, which is obtained from the registree themselves. The collected data are often the following:

  • Name and contact details such as name, address, email address, phone number (for identification and communication purposes)
  • Data used to assess eligibility and suitability (for example, work experience, educational background, language ability and other skills)
  • Attachments (for example, CV, application, sample of work, photograph)
  • Data resulting from the recruitment process, such as emails, text messages and saved files
  • Classifications and notes made by the employer

We store and handle personal data as long as is necessary in order to fulfill the above requirements. We may store users’ personal data until it is no longer important in terms of possible future recruitment. If the registered person does not want their personal data to be handled for this purpose (future recruitment), we ask that they get in touch with the register in writing. Data can also be stored and handled if the registered person is selected as an employee or replacement at the company.

In addition, we can collect personal data from public sources, such as companies’ websites and address registers. Personal data can also be bought for marketing purposes from registers outside LeaseGreen.

We also follow cookies and your visit to LeaseGreen pages leaves a trace, your IP address.

We store your personal data only as long as is necessary, after which your personal data is deleted.

Use of cookies

We use cookies (small text files that are saved on your device) in order to offer you our services and develop them. We also use cookies to personalise content and target advertisements. By using cookies, we can offer more up-to-date and personalised services that show the user content that is based on their interests. Cookies are also used to save information such as login and authentication data, personal settings and definitions, analysis of our website as well as fraud prevention.

When you use our online services, they collect, for example, the following data: IP address, the links your use, what adverts or other content you have watched, from which page you arrived and which page you visit, the time when you are browsing, the type of browser and app you are using and other similar data. Our web pages may contain cookies from third parties.

We use session-specific and permanent cookies. Session-specific cookies only exist for the duration of the session, that is, one visit. They expire and are removed when you close the browser. Permanent cookies exist for a certain period of time; they are stored on your computer even after the session ends, unless you delete them yourself before that.

Cookies do not damage your device or your files.

The use of cookies can be regulated in your browser settings. More information on cookies can be found in the data protection and help documentation of individual browsers.

Personal data transfer

We process data within the EU and EEA. In all data transfers, we comply with the obligations set by the General Data Protection Regulation and data protection legislation of the EU.

We do not release marketing and customer register data to third parties.