Privacy Policy

Updated on 19 January 2021

1. The data controller

Treamer Oy
Business ID:  2699312-7
Address: Lapinlahdenkatu 16, 00180 Helsinki


2. Data protection officer of Treamer

Matias Mäkitalo
Contact: Treamer Oy / Matias Mäkitalo
Address: Lapinlahdenkatu 16, 00180 Helsinki


3. The name of the data register

The user data base of Treamer -service


4. The use and purpose of the personal data register

The service collects personal information from users so that users can be offered a staffing service or employment relationship. In order for the staffing or employment relationship to be carried out reliably and to meet the statutory obligations related to payroll, the service will collect the personal information from the users. The grounds for processing your personal data is the data controller’s legitimate interest.

The service is an online service for companies and private individuals. The users must register to the service in order to use the service.

When registering the user is identified with their email, Apple ID or Facebook -user account and the logging in to the service is made using the Facebook -account, email or Apple ID.

The user is responsible for their passwords and must keep it as their personal knowledge. The user is also responsible for the use of Treamer that has happened using their account.

Personal data is used in manners allowed by the personal data act and within the boundaries set by the said act.

The registered users are in the user register of Treamer Oy. The information stored in the data register is processed in accordance with the data protection legislation to deliver and improve the service, to contact users and handle feedback, to administer payments, for statistic purposes and for other purposes. Treamer may use third parties to carry out the said tasks.


5. The information in the data register

The personal data register contains the following personal data:

User’s contact information (name, address, email, and phone number)
Employee’s identity card (passport, indentity card, driving licence),
Photo of the employee
Employee’s permit documents, hygiene passport and/or salmonella certificate
Employee’s tax card,
Descriptions made by the employee,

Reviews on the users given by other users,
Messages sent between users (Chat-tool in service)

Event- and user analysis information

6. The usual sources of information

The users’ personal data is transferred from Facebook, i.e. from the data subject himself or herself:
Public profile which might be, depending on the settings, a user’s photo and name

Email address

The information provided by the users when registering or later on.

Comments and reviews of the user made by other users.

7. Regular transfers of data and data transfers outside the European Union or the European Economic Area

User data may be disclosed to partners, e-services or employers for functions that are essential for the service, such as storage of data, payroll obligations, payment of taxes, drafting of employment contracts, recording of work history or other work obligations.

The personal data (name and contact information) necessary for statutory obligations will automatically be disclosed to Treamer Oy's partner who is responsible for the payment of salary, as well as the employer obligations (taxes, pensions, notices and other obligations) related to tasks performed with Treamer.

Treamer Oy’s partners in salary payments is its subsidiary Treamer Finland Oy. When submitting personal information, the partners are always required to comply with confidentiality requirements.

In all cases, personal data shall only be transferred outside the European Union (the ”EU”) or the European Economic Area (the ”EEA”) on any of the following legitimate grounds:

● the EU Commission has decided that the recipient country in question ensures an adequate level of protection;
● appropriate safeguards have been established for the transfer of personal data by using the standard data protection clauses approved by the EU Commission. User shall then have the right to obtain a copy of such standard clauses by contacting us in the manner described in this privacy policy;
● the user has given her or his explicit consent for the transfer of her or his personal data; or
● another lawful basis for the transfer of personal data outside the EU or EEA exists.

Information on the current service providers and business partners in and outside the EU or EAA shall be provided on request.


8. The principles of the register’s data protection

The personal information stored in the register is kept confidential.

Only the employees of the service who need deal with personal information has access to the register with a personal username and password.

All partners who receive personal information are committed to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation. Data storage is encrypted and requires personal identification.

Personal information is deleted from the registers when the user requests his user account to be deleted as soon as this is possible.


9. Right of inspection

The user can check most of the information about himself or herself directly from the application of the service. The user can also contact the data protection officer of Treamer if he or she wants more information on the processing of his or her personal data. The user also have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority concerned or with the supervisory authority of the European Union member state of your habitual residence or place of work if he or she considers that his or her personal data has not been processed in accordance with applicable data protection legislation.


10. Correcting information and implementing data correction

The user can update their own data directly from the application, or contact the data protection officer of Treamer.


11. Right to be forgotten

You have the right to claim all personal data about yourself to be removed for the service and our partners.


12. Right to limit processing

The user is always entitled to deny access to the data for direct marketing purposes.

The user can exercise his right to restrict processing of data when it is unclear whether personal data should be deleted or not.

The user can use their right when:

the accuracy of personal data is under dispute
object to the removal of personal data
information is no longer needed for the original purpose but can not be removed for legal reasons
you have objected to the processing of personal data, but no decision has yet been taken.

Restricting treatment means that we keep your personal data, but we can not use or disclose it without your consent, unless when used to finish statutory obligations.


13. Right to transfer data

The user has the right to transfer personal data from the register to another provided that the user has delivered the data controller such data himself or herself, and the data controller process such personal data based on an agreement, consent and the processing of your personal data is carried out by automated means. The data is delivered in generally file type.


14. Retention period of personal data

The user’s personal data shall be deleted after 12 months if the user has not entered into any agreements through the service and/or he or she has not logged in to the service for 12 months. In other cases, the user's personal data shall be retained throughout the contractual relationship and for 10 years after its termination, if this is necessary, for example, to defend against legal claims


15. Cookies

The site uses cookies to develop a user experience.

A cookie is a text file that is stored on a user's computer while on the web. It contains information and, among other things, is used to facilitate the use of the website. Cookies are used to collect information about the use of the pages. The user's identity is not reflected in the cookies.

Cookies do not spread viruses or other malware because they are passive files. The site uses two different types of cookies: permanent cookies and temporary cookies:

Permanent cookies are text files that are sent and stored on your computer. Temporary cookie is only stored on your computer for the duration of a web page. To avoid cookies, you can configure your browser settings so that cookies are not downloaded to your computer. However, this may affect the functionality of the site.


16. Automated decision-making

An algorithm based recommendation may be used in the service, which may affect the decision making process of users. The data and algorithms processed are regularly reviewed to ensure that the decision-making process is working as intended and does not lead to, for example, discriminatory data processing for individuals. The final hiring decision is always made by a person.

For example, we could suggest to an employer seeking cleaning assistance users who are reviewed cleaners in their neighborhood.