The councilor of Izquierda Unida-Verdes, Gloria Martín, has denounced the treatment that an economato based in the Los Peñones polygon gives to the curricula of people who apply for employment in this company.
Martín explained that dozens of job applications are lying on the ground next to the fence of this establishment and that from the street you can see photographs and personal data of job seekers, including phones, email addresses or document numbers National Identity
The councilwoman of IU-Verdes has made this matter public because, although the City Council has no direct competence, "the affected neighbors have the right to know that there is a violation in the security of their personal data and should be able to demand that they be protected" .
In this regard, Martin recalled that the recent update of the Data Protection Law obliges companies to be cautious in the administration of curricula, since otherwise they will be exposed to penalties of between â‚¬ 601.01 and â‚¬ 601.012.01 â‚¬.
Therefore, he has urged the management of this company, "this morning", to give proper treatment to the discarded applications, destroying them in a totally safe way for those affected.
Otherwise, the IU councilor will report this matter to the Data Protection Agency.
Martín has lamented not only the "irresponsibility" of the human resources department of this company, but also his "lack of sensitivity" towards those who aspire to be part of his workforce and recalled that "the job search is a hard task in which many people put all their hopes and deserve much more respect. "
Finally, the mayor of IU-Verdes has also suggested to the merchant the use of waste containers even within their own facilities to avoid the image of dirt and neglect offered from public roads.
Source: IU-verdes Lorca