Terms for Job Seekers
Version: Mar 10, 2021
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Business ID: 2655898-5
Vuorikatu 16 A 8, 00100 Helsinki, FINLAND
Description of the service
The service is an online recruiting tool used by employers and job seekers. Jobilla's website contains a more detailed description of the features of the service.
Changes to the service and these terms
Jobilla retains the right to make changes to these terms and to the service. Jobilla notifies of significant changes to the terms or to service in a manner, as Jobilla considers suitable and necessary. Changes become effective on the notified date. Unless a specific effective date has been given for the change, the change becomes effective when it has been made. By continuing to use the service after the change the user is considered to have accepted it.
Privacy and personal data
Content entered by the job seeker
Jobilla uses the data entered by a job seeker for providing the service only to the relevant employer in question. In addition, Jobilla has a right to use the data provided or entered by the job seeker in an aggregate form, such as for analytical and statistical purposes, provided that the data is anonymous and an individual person cannot be recognized from it anymore. Otherwise Jobilla does not provide the data to anyone else.
Intellectual property rights
The service (including any customer-specific modifications, updates and bug fixes) and content relating to it are protected by copyright and other intellectual property right laws and are and shall remain the sole and exclusive property of Jobilla or its licensors, as the case may be. Other intellectual property rights, such as trademarks, patents, designs or trade secrets, may as well relate to the service, which also belong to Jobilla or its licensors.
Applicable law and dispute resolution
These terms and the use of the service are governed by the laws of Finland, without regard to its conflict of laws rules and principles. Any litigation or dispute arising between the parties under these terms will be settled in the district court of Helsinki, Finland. If the user is considered as a consumer domiciled in the EU, it cannot be deprived of the rights granted to him/her by the mandatory consumer protection laws of his/her country of domicile. A consumer may always institute proceedings in the district court of its domicile. Consumer-users may also use the ODR platform managed by the European Commission to settle their disputes. This platform can be found on http://ec.europa.eu/odr. Finnish consumers may always refer a dispute to the Finnish Consumer Disputes Board (see more: kuluttajariita.fi and kuluttajaneuvonta.fi)