Privacy policy

This privacy policy has been created for the viewers of (the “Website”).

The controller of your personal data in connection with your use of the Website is People More P.S.A. (formerly: People More sp. z o.o. sp. k.) of Kraków, ul. Orląt Lwowskich 8, 31-518 Kraków (“People More”).

With respect to all of the matters related to the processing of personal data by the Website, you can contact us directly at:

For your convenience, we have split this document into three sections:
Cookies and other technologies
Processing of the personal data of persons looking for employment in IT
Other situations where personal data is processed – contacting us

If you are in a hurry, please click the link concerning the section that interests you most. If you have some time, we encourage you to go through the whole text of the privacy policy.


We use cookies and other similar mechanisms to learn how users use our Website and for marketing purposes, including in order to display ads to users in other online locations.

Cookies are small text files placed by websites on your computer, phone, or any other device. They contain data on how you use those websites.

Default browser settings allow for cookies to be placed and accessed on your device. Some cookies are necessary for the Website to function. In all other cases, when you first enter our Website, we will ask you for your consent to placing cookies on your device.

At any time, you may change cookies settings by means of selecting the relevant options here or by changing your browser settings. More information in this respect is available at If you block specific cookies, this will be considered to constitute withdrawal of consent, meaning that we will no longer process your data in this respect.

Below, you can learn which cookies exactly we use and with which companies your data may be shared as a result.

Which cookies we use

1. Required cookies

  • These cookies ensure that the Website functions properly. Unfortunately, they cannot be turned off because this would result in the website simply not working.
  • In this respect, we use a rodoCookieSettings file, which stores your privacy settings. It shows your consent to the use of particular types of cookies on the Website or the lack of such consent.
  • Other required cookies used by our Website are intended to ensure proper functioning and manage e.g. the launching of other tracking tools you accept via the Google Tag Manager.

2. Statistical analyses related to our Website

  • We use tools that collect statistical data, which allows us to understand how users use our Website. The data we receive from these tools does not provide us with information about particular individuals and is not combined with any other data you share with us.
  • We use Google Analytics. Google may collect on its servers the data obtained from various websites through cookies and uses this information in order to compile reports related to traffic on websites.
  • The information collected by Google Analytics about users includes the number of visits to the website, the date of the first and last visit, the duration of the visits, the website from which the user was redirected to the website, the search engine used by the user, the link that was clicked, the location from which the user accesses the website, etc.
  • We use Google Analytics in such a way that your IP address is shortened before being forwarded. It is only in special cases that your full IP address is sent to the Google server in the USA and only then shortened. Your anonymized IP address processed by Google Analytics is, in principle, not combined with other Google data.
  • You can prevent Google Analytics from recording the information coming from your browser by installing a special plug-in available here. Detailed information on how Google Analytics works is available here.
  • We use HotJar, which is a tool that records data related to how users behave on the Website, including navigation, scrolling, cursor movements, approximate location, device used, operating system, and browser type. The data obtained this way is processed in a collective and anonymized manner in order to improve the functioning of the Website.
  • More information on how HotJar works is available here. You can block the measuring of your activity by HotJar by using this link.

3. Google Ads – behavioral advertising and other Google tools

  • Google collects on its servers data collected through the cookies placed on your device and uses this information in order to display ads on other websites you visit. This data is collected on all of the websites with respect to which you have enabled cookies (including our Website) and through the ads you have clicked. Google cookies usually expire after three months.
  • As advertisers using Google services, we have no access to the data contained in the cookies stored on your device, but we may commission for ads to be displayed to some of our viewers, e.g. everyone who visited our Website (or a specific sub-page on it) over the last seven days.
  • For us, this data constitutes only statistical material and we commission ads only on the basis of collective criteria (i.e. they are displayed to specific target groups and not individual users), which means that the data stored in cookies is in no way combined with the other data you share with us.
  • More information on how Google uses cookies to display ads and on how to manage your settings in terms of ads is available here.
  • As part of Google Ads, we also use DoubleClick, which allows us to measure the efficiency of advertising campaigns carried out through Google Ads and analyze their results.

4. Facebook conversion pixel

  • We use the Facebook conversion pixel in order to manage ads on Facebook and Instagram.
  • Through this tool, Facebook receives information (which is assigned to your Facebook account) that you have visited our Website. As a result, we may commission Facebook and Instagram to display ads to the persons that have visited the Website or its particular sub-pages (remarketing).
  • We then receive from Facebook only statistical data concerning the efficiency of the ads (e.g. how many people have seen our ad and how many have clicked on it), without any reference to individual users.
  • If you have a Facebook or Instagram account, we recommend having a look at the following information on personal data protection on these websites: and .

5. Social media plug-ins

  • The videos on the Website are embedded through YouTube plug-ins. YouTube is owned by Google. When you play a video on our Website, Google receives information about that fact from your browser, even if you do not have a Google/YouTube profile or are not currently logged in. If you are logged in to Google, Google will be able to assign the playback of the video directly to your profile.
  • If you want to prevent YouTube from collecting information about your activity on the Website, you may refrain from playing the video or have to log out from YouTube. You can also completely block the plug-ins on the Website by means of selecting the relevant settings here.
  • More information about data processing by YouTube is available here.

The legal basis for our use of the required cookies (as described in section 1, above) and YouTube files is our legitimate interest, i.e. the right to operate the Website, which supports our business, and the need to ensure its security. The legal basis for our use of other cookies is your consent. In connection with our processing of your personal data through cookies, you have, at any time, the rights described below.

Our use of cookies, in particular for the purposes of behavioral advertising, may involve profiling. This means that we or the marketing companies we engage may create user profiles on the basis of the information we have collected (e.g. e-mail address, history of orders, device type, technologies used, frequency of visits) and, on that basis, formulate purchase forecasts. This allows us to make decisions as to which content (including ads) should be displayed on our Website and on other websites.


Which data we process and for what purposes

We may process the following of your data:

Data type Purpose of processing Legal basis
Your e-mail address and personal data, i.e. first and last name, e-mail address, and phone number provided in the contact form Allowing you to communicate with us Our legitimate interest consisting in being able to respond to your inquiry
You personal data contained in your CV, i.e. your first and last name, e-mail address, phone number, history of employment and education, and the other information contained in your CV Carrying out the recruitment process Labor law regulations which state that the provision of certain personal data is obligatory in a recruitment process. To the remaining extent, your consent in voluntary

You need to provide your personal data in order to be able to take part in the recruitment process (and then be hired), to the extent specified in legal regulations (Article 221 of the Polish Labor Code). If your provide additional data in your CV, you do that voluntarily, automatically expressing consent to its use by People More.

Provision of data for the purpose of future recruitment processes and in the contact form is completely voluntary.

For how long we process data

We will process your data for the time necessary to achieve the purposes stated in the table above; afterwards, we will retain the properly saved and protected data for the time we could be held liable on account of our relationship with you or the recruitment process and your employment with us (until the prescription periods have lapsed).

As regards your data processed on the basis of your consent (the CV sent to us for the purpose of future recruitment processes), we will process it until you withdraw your consent, but not longer than for two years. Prior to that deadline, we may ask you to extend your consent.

If we are able to find a position that interests you, we will process your data for the duration of the given recruitment process and, if we hire you, then for as long as you are employed with us, for as long as legal regulations require, and until the prescription periods have lapsed with respect to potential claims related to your recruitment and employment.

Who we share your data with

In our operations, we use the services of other companies, which means that your data (provided by you in connection with the project you work on or the cooperation with you) may be shared by us with accounting companies, intermediary companies, the company which provides us with the computer program for customer service and project management (project management platform, CRM), and the company to which we plan to provide services directly related to our cooperation with you.

During the recruitment process, your data may be shared with the entity to which we provide IT outsourcing services. After you have been hired, your data may be shared with companies providing health insurance, entities organizing health and safety seminars, insurance companies, and other entities authorized under the relevant legal regulations (e.g. the Tax Office or the Polish National Insurance Institution).

What rights you have in connection with the processing of your data

We will respect the privacy of your personal data and guarantee you with the possibility of exercising your rights. You may exercise your rights free of charge, by sending us an e-mail or contacting us in another way.

Please remember that in connection with the processing of your data, you have the right to:

  • demand that we provide you with access to your data in our possession;
  • rectify your data
  • erase your data if it is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was processed or if we have no other legal basis to process this data;
  • have the processing of your data limited;
  • demand that your personal data be transferred;
  • file a complaint with the President of the Polish Personal Data Protection Office if you believe that we are processing your data in discordance with the applicable legal regulations.


Irrespective of whether you are our client, a person looking for a job, or another online user, you may voluntarily provide us with your information when you message (or call) us..

In that case, the basis for our processing of your data is your request prior to executing an agreement with us—when you message or call us with an inquiry.

Depending on the communication channel you have selected, your data will be entrusted by us to the provider of hosting services for our e-mail, the chat provider, and/or the company that provides us with e-mail marketing services.

Your data will be processed until the end of the correspondence between us with respect to the given matter and until the related prescription periods have lapsed. As regards the newsletter or your consent to commercial phone calls, your data will be processed until you withdraw your consent.

In connection with our processing of your personal data for communication and/or marketing purposes, you have, at any time, the same rights as described above.