All personal information is treated confidentially and is not shared with others. WORKIS AS does not sell personal data to third parties, nor do we exchange or forward this information with third parties.
What do we collect?
Like many other companies, we collect information that can identify you. This is personal information. We only collect personal data when you provide it to us. Examples of personal data are e-mail, address, telephone number and name.
Why do we collect data?
The data we collect is used to improve our services, send messages, offers and promotions, as well as provide customer support. We also use non-personal data, which cannot be traced back to you. We use this, among other things, to provide you with marketing that is relevant to you. We also use this type of data to improve ourselves and give you a better experience with us. Purchase information is stored for 2 years to ensure correct processing of any warranty cases.
What do we do with your data?
We store your data safely with us, until we no longer need to contact you, or you no longer want us to keep your data. Outsiders can only gain access to this information if they are to carry out specific services for us. In such cases, strict agreements are entered into to protect information security. We will also always decide how the processing of the information will take place. We process your data on the basis of legitimate interest or active consent. It is your personal data, and you have the right to request to see, update, correct, or ask us to delete your personal data.
Google Analytics is our analysis program. We use this to, among other things, see where our users come from, how often they visit our site and where the incoming traffic comes from. The analysis is only used for the purpose of optimizing www.workis.no
WORKIS AS is responsible for the processing of the personal data as described above. This declaration contains information to which you are entitled when your data is collected and processed (refer to the Personal Data Act § 19 and the Personal Data Act § 18 subsection 1).