Job Applicant Policy

We inform you that the treatment of the personal data that you provide us will be used exclusively in order to keep you informed of the different vacancies that occur in Tu-Voz Contact center. These data are to count on your participation in the personnel selection processes, job vacancies and possible hiring that is carried out.

Any unnecessary data for the purpose of the request will be destroyed in a secure and confidential manner.

It may be appropriate or you understand that you must inform us about your degree of disability, intolerances, allergies or some information about your health. Also, if you have any data related to the job that we should take into account, it is important that you tell us. We inform you that these data will be processed to comply with the Article 15 of Law 31/1995 on the Prevention of Occupational Risks. With all the data we can adapt the workplace to the needs of the employee, as well as with the Title VII of Law 13/1982, of April 7, on Social Integration of the Disabled (LISMI).

Protection of your data

We guarantee the proper use of the information and the confidentiality of the personal data contained in your job application. To do this, we apply all the necessary security measures to ensure your integrity, confidentiality and availability. In short, to comply with the obligations that our entity has in terms of data protection.

Therefore, the personal data provided is kept for a maximum period of one (1) year. This term is until the occupation of a job or until you exercise your right of cancellation. Therefore, you have the right to access your personal data, rectify inaccurate data or request its deletion when the data is no longer necessary.

Similarly, you can exercise any of these rights by written communication to our entity to this email [email protected] Attaching to your request a copy of your identity card.


Likewise, we inform you that your personal data will not be transferred to third parties for any reason, except with your prior consent. You can learn more about how we treat personal data in our Privacy Policy.

If your rights have been violated, you can claim before the Spanish Data Protection Agency, C/ Jorge Juan, 6, 28001 Madrid or at


Updated on 08/03/2021