TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SEAJOBS.PL

I. Introduction

  1. The Terms and Conditions define the rules for the use of services available at www.seajobs.pl. Each User is obliged, at the moment of taking actions aimed at using the services offered by the Website, to familiarize themselves with the provisions and comply with these Terms and Conditions.
  2. A prerequisite for using the services offered within the Website is to agree to be bound by the Terms and Conditions.
  3. The Service Provider reserves the right to make changes to the functionality of the Website by equipping it with new functions and facilities for Users and modifying existing functionalities, including the right to withdraw them. Changes to services are published on the Website and do not constitute a change to these Terms and Conditions.
  4. The Service Provider also reserves the right to suspend, at any time and for any reason, the operation of the Website.

II. Definitions

The notions used in these Terms and Conditions mean as follows:

  1. Unauthorized data – means content prohibited by applicable Polish and international law, in particular pornographic content, content related to the promotion of violence and hatred, as well as content commonly considered offensive, socially inappropriate, insulting religious feelings, infringing the copyright or rights of others, the sharing of which on the Website is not permitted.
  2. Working day – means a day from Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays.
  3. Registration form – means a form allowing you to register an Account.
  4. Application form – means the form by which the employer submits a declaration of intent aimed directly at concluding a contract with SEA for the provision of services.
  5. Account – means a place available to the User after logging in (providing login and password) on the Website, through which the User can supplement his personal data and use the Services offered by the Website.
  6. Civil Code – means the Act of 23 April 1964. – Civil Code.
  7. Cookies – are text files stored by a web browser on a computer disk or on a user’s mobile device in order to store information used to identify the User or remember the history of actions undertaken by the User on the Website.
  8. Employer – means a natural person, legal person or an organisational unit other than a legal person whose law confers legal capacity, carrying on its own behalf an economic or professional activity, who uses the services offered by SEA for the purpose of Employee search/employment.
  9. Employee – means an adult natural person with full legal capacity, who uses the Services of the Website to find a job.
  10. SEA / Service Provider – means Smart Engineering Alliance sp. z o.o. (limited liability company) with its registered office in Gdańsk (80-254), ul. Partyzantów 8/8, with NIP: 5842786943, REGON: 384309211, registered in the District Court of Gdańsk-Połnoc in Gdańsk, VII Commercial Division under KRS number: 0000802628, holding a share capital of PLN 5000.00, e-mail address: contact@seajobs.pl.
  11. Terms and Conditions – means this present document being the Terms and Conditions within the meaning of the Act on the provision of electronic services and defining the rules of provision of electronic services by the Service Provider, including detailed rules of functioning of the Website.
  12. GDPR – means Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016. on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).
  13. Website – means the Internet website run at seajobs.pl.
  14. Agreement – means the agreement concluded between SEA and the User on the basis of the Terms and Conditions.
  15. Service/Services – means the services provided through the Website by SEA consisting in, in particular: acceptance of applications from Employees looking for a job, acceptance of applications from Employers seeking Employees, matching the offers of Employers to qualifications of Employees and providing auxiliary services.
  16. Personal Data Protection Act – means the Act of 10 May 2018 on the protection of personal data.
  17. Act on the Provision of Electronic Services – means the Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of services by electronic means.
  18. Copyright and Related Rights Act – means the Act of 4 July 1994 on copyright and related rights.
  19. User – means any person of legal age who, after accepting the provisions of the Terms and Conditions, uses the Services offered on the Website.

III. General principles

  1. Users are obliged to use the Website in a manner consistent with the applicable law, the Terms and Conditions and the rules of social coexistence.
  2. Use of the Services is free of charge. The Service Provider reserves the right to change the payment terms of the use of the Services at any time, in accordance with the wording of point XVIII of these Terms and Conditions.
  3. Users are required in particular to:
    1. use the Website in a manner that does not interfere with its functionality,
    2. use the Website in a manner that does not render it burdensome for other Users and the Service Provider, respecting the personal rights of third parties (including the right to privacy) and any other rights,
    3. to refrain from any action that may impede or disrupt the functioning of the Website, and not take any action to the detriment of the Service Provider, Users or other persons,
    4. use any information and materials made available through the Website only to the extent of permitted use.
  4. Users are obliged to immediately notify the Service Provider of any case of violation of their rights in connection with the use of the Website.
  5. Users may at any time stop using the Service (terminate the Service Agreement) in particular if they do not accept changes made to these Terms and Conditions, Privacy Policy or modifications made within the Website.
  6. The Service Provider reserves the right to cease the provision of Services to the User immediately, which involves the termination of the Agreement and the deletion of the Account together with the contents, if the User:
    1. intentionally violates the provisions of the Terms and Conditions, generally applicable laws, the rights of third parties or the Service Provider,
    2. acts with the aim to violate the security of data present on the Website or makes an unauthorized attempt to access the Website,
    3. acts to the detriment of the Service Provider or other Users,
    4. has provided false data,
    5. lost the name or password and did not use the procedure indicated by the Service Provider to recover the name or password;
    6. objected to the hint of personal data (GDPR art. 28.2),
    7. in other particularly justified cases.
  1. In case of the deletion of the Account in accordance with the wording of paragraph 6 above, the User may not formulate any claims towards the Service Provider. In particular, the right to claim compensation by the User from the Service Provider on general terms is excluded, and the Service Provider has the right to completely block access to the User Account.
  2. The Service Provider removes the User Account from the Website also in case the e-mail address provided in the Registration/Application Form prevents contact with the User or there is inactivity of the User for a period of 12 months from the date of registration.
  3. In case of cessation of the provision of the Services to a given User, the Service Provider is entitled to allow another User to use the name belonging to the former User.
  4. Without the prior consent of the Service Provider, the User may not transfer rights or obligations related to the use of the Service to a third party.
  5. The user is responsible for his own actions or omissions for actions and omissions of third parties who the User has provided with user password or login.
  6. The Service Provider may refuse to provide the Service if it is justified by security reasons or legitimate interests of the Service Provider, as well as in cases indicated in the Regulations.

IV. Technical requirements

  1. In order to use the Services offered on the Website, the User should meet the technical requirements indicated in this clause.
  2. The use of the Website is subject to the User’s possession of a computer or other multimedia device with access to the Internet network and to having an active e-mail account (e-mail).
  3. Microsoft Edge 45.0 and higher, Google Chrome version 13.0 or higher, Opera version 11.0 or higher, Safari version 5.0 or higher, or FireFox Mozilla 7.0.1 or higher, and activated JavaScript and Cookies functionalities in the User’s Internet browser.
  4. Proper use of the Services is possible only after fulfilling the technical requirements indicated in paragraphs 2–3 above. The Service Provider is not responsible for irregularities in the provision of Services arising from the failure by the User to meet the abovementioned requirements.
  5. In accordance with Article 6 paragraph 1, the Service Provider informs the User that the use of the Services may entail a standard risk associated with the use of the Internet network and recommends taking appropriate steps to minimize them.
  6. The User should not use the computer or any other device that allows the User to use the Services if it is not protected from unauthorized access.
  7. In the process of registration of the Account, the first login to the Account, and the process of password recovery, the User should make sure that the connection to the Website is carried out in a secure, encrypted protocol.
  8. The User should not save passwords to the Account or make them available to unauthorized persons.
  9. The Service Provider carries out ongoing supervision over the technical functioning of the Service, ensuring the correctness of its operation, and therefore reserves the possibility of interruptions in ensuring accessibility to the Website. Interruptions in access to the Website may be caused by the process of updating the Website or removing any irregularities in its operations. The Service Provider makes every effort to ensure that the timing of maintenance breaks is the least burdensome for Users.
  10. The User agrees to interruptions in access to the Website that are carried out in order to update it, perform repairs or remove possible irregularities by the Service Provider, and that declares not to raise any claims against the Service Provider for this reason.

V. Provision of Services

  1. The services provided electronically by SEA consist in particular of:
    1. matching applications submitted by Employees looking for work to advertisements submitted by Employers;
    2. enabling contact between Users.
  2. The User receives information from the SEA website about potential opportunities to cooperate with other Users by electronic means.
  3. SEA, after submitting an Employee’s employment application to an Employer, does not participate in the dealings between the Employer and therefore is not responsible for them.

VI. Registration on the Website – General Rules

  1. Access to certain functions of the Website may be subject to the need for the User to have an Account.
  2. One person can have only one active Account on the Website.
  3. It is not allowed to share the Account with other people.
  4. For the proper operations of the Website and for the use the Website Services, the data entered by the User should be in accordance with facts.
  5. Information entered in the Application Form by the Employer should be in accordance with the information contained in the National Court Register or CEIDG, or another database enabling identification of the Employer.
  6. The User is, in particular, obliged to:
    1. provide all mandatory data in its true and up-to-date form,
    2. update the data as soon as changes occur.
  7. It is forbidden to provide Unauthorized Data via the Website.
  8. The User assumes full legal responsibility for the data, materials and information placed by his/her on the Website.
  9. Use of data and information available after logging into the Account as well as information sent by the Service Provider electronically (e.g. by e-mail) is permitted only for the User’s own purposes. In particular, it is forbidden to use, process, publish and make available to other third parties any kinds of data, information, materials, and other documents relating to the Website or Users as well as data or information provided by The Service Provider electronically without the prior written consent of SEA.
  10. Violation by the User of the provisions of paragraph 9 authorizes the Service Provider to claim from the User compensation under the general principles of the Civil Code.
  1. It is forbidden to fill in and approve forms with bots or other automated programs.
  2. The Service Provider reserves the right to verify the veracity of the information submitted by Users in the forms at any time, in order to confirm the fulfilment of the conditions of use of the Website.
  3. Before concluding the Agreement, the Service Provider makes available to Users the Terms and Conditions free of charge.

VII. Employee Account Registration

  1. The service of Account registration on the Website for the Employee is free of charge.
  2. Through the Account, the Employee may, among other things:
    1. create own resume, which will be visible to Employers,
    2. search for Employers’ job advertisements,
    3. apply for selected jobs,
    4. create a list of observed job offers.
  3. It is unacceptable to use the Employee Account for purposes other than those indicated in paragraph 2.
  4. To create an Account, the Employee:
    1. fills in the Registration Form. The Employee must fill in all fields unless a given field is marked as optional;
    2. accepts the Terms and Conditions;
    3. accepts the consent clause to the processing of personal data;
    4. selects the option “Register”.
  5. To the e-mail address of the User provided during registration, the Service Provider sends an electronic message with an activation link, containing information about the data administrator and other information required in art. 13 GDPR, and information that personal data provided during registration is processed for the purpose of concluding the Agreement until the User clicks on the activation link, and after clicking on the link, for the purpose of executing the Agreement and for the purpose of legitimate interests of the Administrator. After clicking on the activation link, the Account is registered on the Website.
  6. A person who does not completely activate their Account created during registration in accordance with the procedure referred to in paragraph 5, may be deprived of the possibility of effectively creating the Account, and hence of creating a User profile with a given name reserved temporarily for that person on the Website, if the final activation of the Account is not made within three days from the date of receipt of an e-mail containing information about the next steps necessary for the effective creation of the Account.
  7. Effective completion of the registration process means the conclusion of the Agreement with the Service Provider in English. The Service is made available to the Employee immediately after the Account has been created and after the Service Provider has performed the technical actions necessary to make the Service available.

VIII. Employer Account Registration

  1. Through the Website, the Employer can, among others:
    1. share their job offers,
    2. browse the resumes of Employees who have expressed interest in their job offers.
  2. Services referred to in paragraph 1 are free of charge. The Service Provider reserves the right to change the payment and compensation rules referred to in the first sentence at any time.
  3. The use of the Services by the Employer is possible by performing the following actions:
    1. fill in the Application Form. The Employer must fill in all fields unless a given field is marked as optional;
    2. accept the Terms and Conditions;
    3. provide consent to the processing of personal data;
    4. provide consent to receive electronic information to the e-mail address (e-mail address) provided in the Application Form;
    5. press the “Send form” button.
  4. Sending the “Send form” message, adds the Employer’s e-mail address (e-mail address) to the SEA database. After submitting a completed Application Form, the Employer immediately receives, by electronic means to the e-mail address provided in the Application Form, confirmation of the application.
  5. The Service Provider, within 10 business days from the date of receipt of the application, informs the Employer by electronic means about acceptance or not of the application. Failure to accept the notification does not require justification.
  6. The Employer, by submitting the Application Form, declares:
    1. to be in good financial and economic situation, allowing the employment of Employees in accordance with applicable legal regulations,
    2. to be an entity properly established and operating in accordance with the law, as well as that no proceeding has been initiated in relation to him pursuant to the Act of 28 February 2003. — Bankruptcy and corrective law (Dz. of 2019 pos. 498, as amended), and not to be the object of liquidation.
  7. By submitting the Application Form, the Employer agrees that the Service Provider searches on their behalf for their benefit an Employee meeting the criteria indicated by them and agrees to have information about potential Employees sent electronically.
  8. The Employer acknowledges that the advertisements submitted by the Service Provider may be published on the Website, which means that they will be publicly available, and each User will be able to read them free of charge.
  9. The application form can be completed and approved only by the person authorized to represent the Employer.
  10. Acceptance of the notification referred to in paragraph 5, means the conclusion of the Agreement with the Service Provider in English.
  11. The Service Provider may request additional documents and information from the Employer to verify the identity of the Employer or the right to represent the entity concerned.
  12. The Service Provider may conclude an additional contract with the Employer for the provision of Services in writing.

IX. Conclusion of the Agreement

  1. The Agreement for the provision of Services with a User not registered on the Website is concluded when the first window of the Website is displayed when a non-registered User has entered in the browser the appropriate Internet address of the websites selected by him/her containing the content of made available on the Website or when the User has been redirected to such pages of the Website.
  2. The contract for the provision of Services related to. User profile is concluded when the User has created an Account on the Website.
  1. The contract for the provision of services between the Service Provider and the Employer is concluded when the Employer has submitted the Application Form and received from SEA the acceptance referred to in point. VIII paragraph 5.
  2. In the case of paid Services, the condition of concluding the Agreement is to familiarize yourself and accept the contents of the Terms and Conditions and the price list of the Services.
  3. Termination of the Agreement occurs on the date of deletion by the User of the Account on the Website and in situations described in the Terms and Conditions.
  4. A User who is a consumer may withdraw from the Agreement within 14 days from the date of its conclusion. In order to comply with the deadline for withdrawal from the Agreement, it is sufficient that the User before the expiry of the abovementioned deadline sends to the address of the Service Provider information about the withdrawal. The User does not have the right to withdraw from the Agreement if the provision of the services began with the User’s express consent before the expiry of the 14-day period for withdrawal from the Agreement and after the Service Provider informed him of the loss of the right to withdraw from the Agreement, i.e. upon the activation of the Account and making the Service available.

X. Responsibility

  1. The Service Provider shall not be liable for any damage arising in connection with the use by the User of the Website in a manner contrary to the law or provisions of these Terms and Conditions.
  2. The Service Provider shall not be liable for any damage caused by the cessation of the provision of the Services/termination of the Agreement due to a violation by the User of the rules set out in the Terms and Conditions.
  3. The Service Provider shall not be liable for damage resulting from actions of third parties impersonating the User.
  4. The Service Provider is not responsible for technical problems or limitations in the User’s equipment, which may prevent the User from using the Service.
  5. The provision of incorrect or incomplete data by the User may result in failure to perform the Services or in an incorrect performance of them, for which SEA is not responsible.
  6. Furthermore, the Service Provider is not responsible for:
    1. correctness and up-to-date nature of the data contained in materials and content published on the Website nor for the selection or suitability of it for specific purposes,
    2. decisions or actions which the User will take on the basis of the data contained in the Website and for the choice or suitability of that data for specific purposes,
    3. any damage resulting from the way in which Users use the Website, unless such actions of Users constitute normal use of the Website for its intended purpose,
    4. content made available by the User as a result of the use of the Services, which violate the laws of law or protected by the rights of third parties (including works within the meaning of the Copyright and Related Rights Act),
    5. publicity by the User on the Website of his image;
    6. content and quality of advertisements/applications made available by Users on the Website;
    7. consequences arising from the entry into possession by third parties of the User’s access password, if this is due to the fault of the User,
    8. sharing User’s password and data to authorised persons under applicable law,
    9. information collected by the User from the Internet and for the consequences of the use of such information by the User,
    10. damage resulting from infringement by Users of the rights of third parties,
    11. services, applications and websites which are provided by third parties;
    12. content transmitted and published on the Website by Users, nor for the truthfulness, reliability and authenticity of that content,
    13. damage caused by force majeure.
  7. The Service Provider shall not be liable for damage incurred by the User caused by dangers occurring on the Internet, in particular hacking into the User’s system, takeover of passwords by third parties, infection of the User’s system with viruses.
  8. The Service Provider shall be liable for non-performance or improper performance of the obligations arising from the Agreement to the actual losses incurred, but in the case of the Employer in the amount not higher than the value of the remuneration due to the Service Provider under the Agreement.
  9. Neither party shall be liable to the other party for lost profits.
  10. The Service Provider shall not be liable to the User for any damage related to the conclusion or failure to perform or improper performance of the contract between the Employer and the Employee.
  11. The Service Provider does not guarantee that the Employee will receive a job offer from the Employer.
  12. The Service Provider does not guarantee the Employer that someone will submit an application for the jobs they present that would be corresponding to the Employer’s needs.

XI. Browsing the content available within the Service

  1. The User may browse the content published on the Website, as well as post content in it in accordance with the available functionalities of the Website. Submitting certain content by the User is tantamount to the User’s declaration that he has all rights to such content, including in particular copyright, and that the User is entitled to place it on the Website.
  2. Users are forbidden to provide Unauthorized Data. In particular, it is forbidden to use vulgar words, to give content incompatible with facts, to slander, insult, or use hate speech.
  3. The User who uploads content to the Website constituting a work within the meaning of the Copyright and Related Rights Act declares to be entitled to copyright rights to this work. At the same time, upon posting a work on the Website, the User grants the Service Provider a free, non-exclusive and territorially unlimited license limited to the period of providing the Services to the User, allowing the use of the work in the following fields of use: production, reproduction, public reproduction and display, introduction into the computer and server memory, placing on the Internet and in order to promote the Website and the Service Provider’s activities.
  4. In the event that the User publishes their image on the Website, the User agrees to have it recorded, reproduced and distributed by the Service Provider during the period of providing the Services, in the fields of use specified in paragraph 3 above – in accordance with Article 81 of Copyright and Related Rights Act. The Service Provider declares that the image posted by the User will be used for the proper performance of the Services.

XII. Confidentiality

  1. The User agrees that any confidential information provided and disclosed to the User by SEA and other Users will be kept in full confidentiality and that the User acknowledges that the information may be used only for the purposes related to the implementation of the Services.
  2. Confidential information shall mean any information provided by SEA to the User with economic value for SEA or other Users to whom it relates, regardless of the way it is transmitted (verbally, in writing, on an electromagnetic medium or in any other manner), including commercial, technical, organisational, know-how concerning SEA, Employees, or Employers, unless it has been labelled in writing as non-confidential, and in particular information on the terms of cooperation between pages and personal data.
  3. In case of violation by the User of the above provisions on confidentiality and security of information, the injured party has the right to seek compensation under the general principles of the Civil Code.

XIII. Protection of personal data

  1. The Administrator of personal data concerning Users is the Service Provider.
  2. The Administrator hereby provides contact details: e-mail address IODO@seajobs.pl, mailing address: Gdańsk (80-254), ul. Partyzantów 8/8.
  3. The Administrator shall take all measures necessary to protect the User’s data and any other data entered by the User on the Website.
  4. The Administrator is not responsible for the content of data entered by the User on the Website.
  5. Providing personal data by the Employer in the Application Form is voluntary, but necessary for the provision of the Service.
  6. The provision by the Employee in the Registration Form of personal data is voluntary, but necessary for the provision of the Service.
  7. Personal data is collected and processed in order to comply with the Agreement between the Service Provider and the User, on the basis of art. 6 paragraph 1 point b of the GDPR. Personal data is also collected and processed on the basis of art. 6 paragraph 1 point f of the GDPR (legally legitimate interests) for the purpose of direct marketing of the Service Provider’s Services, provided the User gives prior consent to it, and stored for the purpose of redress (legitimate interest of the Administrator).
  8. Personal data is processed until the end of the Agreement and then stored until the expiry of the limitation period of claims under the Agreement.
  9. The User has the right to request access to their personal data, as well as to rectification, deletion, restriction of processing, and to object to processing, and to transfer data. However, the execution of certain requests, i.e. removal, objection, or the transfer of data prevents the execution of the Agreement and results in its termination.
  10. The User has the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority.
  11. Requests regarding the processing of personal data should be made to the e-mail address specified in section 2 above, by means of sending an appropriate request to the Service Provider with the name and surname of the User.
  12. Personal data is processed in an automated manner. The Service Provider performs profiling of data in order to improve the effectiveness of the Services provided to the User.
  13. In the case of Services consisting in the provision of personal data of the Employee to potential Employers, the administrator of the Employee’s personal data becomes at the same time the Employer, who is responsible for their processing in accordance with applicable law.
  14. The Service Provider is not responsible for any actions of the Employers concerning the content or scope of the processed personal data transmitted in the manner indicated in paragraph 13.
  15. Questions and any privacy requests should be addressed to the following e-mail address: IODO@seajobs.pl.
  16. Principles of processing personal data of Service Users, i.e. in particular, the method of collecting and using information concerning them, as well as the rights of the Website Users in relation to their personal data is determined by the Privacy Policy of the Website, which is Appendix 1 to the Terms and Conditions.

XIV. Copyright and database protection

  1. The Website and all materials and information contained therein, in particular texts, navigation solutions, selection and layout of gift content, logos, graphic elements, trademarks, are the subject of exclusive rights of SEA or third parties.
  2. Copyright related to the Website is protected by the Copyright and Related Rights Act.
  3. Users are forbidden to use any graphic elements which are the subject of the rights vested by the Service Provider, with the exception of banners promoting the Website, as well as in a situation expressly indicated in the Regulations or with the prior written consent of the Service Provider.
  4. The User acknowledges that any action resulting in or aimed at infringing the copyright of the Service Provider constitutes a violation of the law and provisions of these Terms and Conditions.
  5. The content of the Website constitutes a database subject to protection under the Act of 27 July 2001 on the protection of databases.
  6. It is forbidden to download or re-use for any purpose a significant part of the database contained in the Website.
  7. It is forbidden to make publicly available on the Internet and other telecommunications networks or computer data contained in the Website constituting the database.

XV. Complaints

  1. The User has the right to raise objections concerning the Service and the Services provided through it in the form of complaints.
  2. Complaints can be submitted in writing, by sending a complaint to SEA’s post address or electronically to: contact@seajobs.pl.
  3. In order to handle the complaint efficiently, it is recommended that the User indicates in it such information as, in particular, the description of the case to which the complaint relates and the e-mail address to which the reply is to be sent.
  4. If the data or information provided in the complaint need to be supplemented, the Service Provider, before considering the complaint, will ask the User to supplement it, indicating the necessary scope of the supplementation.
  5. Within 14 working days from the date of the receipt of the complaint, the Service Provider shall consider the complaint and inform the User by e-mail about the method of consideration. The time of providing additional explanations by the User extends the period of handling the complaint.

XVI. Termination of the Agreement and suspension/deletion of the Account

  1. The Services Agreement may be terminated by either party.
  2. At any time, the User has the right to terminate the Agreement by deleting the Account themselves and the User not logged in by discontinuing the use of the Services.
  3. Termination of the Agreement occurs on the date of deletion by the User of the registered Account on the Website, and in situations described in the Terms and Conditions. Termination of the Agreement in the case of a User not registered on the Website occurs at the time the User has left the pages of the Website.
  4. If it is established that the User is committing actions prohibited by law or Regulations, or violating the rules of social coexistence or violating the legitimate interests of the Service Provider, and in particular his good name, the Service Provider may take any actions permitted by the law, including restriction of the User’s ability to use the Website and the Services provided through it.
  5. The Service Provider has the right to block the User Account if it is justified by security reasons (in particular: hacking the Account and hacking activities) or for other similar, important reasons which will be communicated to the User. The blocking of the Account for the reasons set out in this paragraph shall continue for the period necessary to resolve the event which constitutes the basis for the blocking of the Account.
  6. The provisions of this section of the Terms and Conditions do not exclude the taking of other actions by the Service Provider if they are provided by the provisions of the Regulations or the provisions of law applicable in the territory of the Republic of Poland.
  7. The Service Provider reserves the right to refuse the provision of Services to the User or the non-logged User, including the removal of the User Account, if it was created again after the Service Provider has deleted the Account, resulting from a violation of the Terms and Conditions.

XVII. Newsletter

  1. Users who have given prior consent, will receive commercial information the Service Provider sends electronically. The commercial information relates in particular to the services provided by SEA and to any changes to the Website.
  2. The User may at any time, without providing any reason, revoke his consent to receive commercial information by sending an e-mail to the following address: contact@seajobs.pl.

XVIII. Amendments to the Terms and Conditions

  1. The Service Provider reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions, inter alia, in the case of:
    1. the need to adapt the Terms and Conditions to the generally applicable laws having a direct impact on the content of the Terms and Conditions;
    2. the need to adapt the Terms and Conditions to recommendations, judgments, provisions, guidelines or decisions of authorized public authorities;
    3. changes in the scope of Services provided on the Website, including the introduction of changes in the functioning of the Website and any of the Services, in particular related to technical or technological progress,
    4. changes in contact details, names, identification numbers, electronic addresses or links posted in the Terms and Conditions.
  2. Amendments to the Terms and Conditions come into force on the date of their publication on the Website (in particular through the publication of the uniform text of the Regulations containing amendments), to the extent that this is permitted by the applicable law.
  3. Within 7 days of notification of the User about the change of the Terms and Conditions, the User has the right to object to the changes made. The objection should be submitted in writing to the address of the Service Provider’s registered office or to the e-mail address: contact@seajobs.pl. Submitting an objection automatically terminates the User’s rights to use the Website.
  4. In case of non-acceptance of the provisions of the Regulations, Users are obliged not to use the Service.
  5. Changes to the Terms and Conditions shall not have effect in respect of the rights acquired by the User before the amended Terms and Conditions come into force, unless the User agrees otherwise.
  6. The User who does not accept the changes made to the Terms and Conditions shall have the right to terminate the Agreement with immediate effect.
  7. Further use of the Service by the User after making changes to the Terms and Conditions is tantamount to confirmation by the User that he has read the changes to the Terms and Conditions and the submission by the User of a declaration of acceptance of all amendments to the Terms and Conditions.

XIX. Final provisions

  1. The User is obliged to familiarize themselves with the contents of these Terms and Conditions and is bound by its provisions at the time of using the Website.
  2. The Terms and Conditions are made available free of charge to all Users at: www.seajobs.pl/terms-and-conditions.
  3. All suggestions, comments and questions related to the Terms and Conditions, as well as information about violations by Users of the provisions of these Terms and Conditions, should be directed to: contact@seajobs.pl.
  4. The Service Provider is obliged to obtain the User’s consent for any possible payment for the Services at the latest at the time the User expresses the willingness to be bound by the Agreement for the provision of such Service.
  5. In the case of introducing payment for the Services, the Service Provider will make available the price lists of the Services on the Website. Changing price lists will not require changes to these Terms and Conditions.
  6. If any provision of the Terms and Conditions is declared invalid by a final court decision, the remaining provisions of the Regulations shall remain in force.
  7. The Terms and Conditions are valid for an indefinite period of time.
  8. The Terms and Conditions are governed by the Polish law. In matters not regulated in the Regulations, the provisions of the Act on the provision of services by electronic means, the Act on the Protection of Personal Data, the GDPR, the Civil Code, the Act on Copyright and Related Rights, as well as other relevant legal regulations apply.
  9. Any disputes that may arise against the background of the implementation of the Terms and Conditions or the Agreement shall be settled by the court competent for the Service Provider’s registered office. In the case of Users who are consumers, any disputes related to the performance of the Agreement shall be settled by the court competent in accordance with the law.
  10. An appendix to the Terms and Conditions shall form an integral part thereof.
  11. The user who is a consumer has the opportunity to use extrajudicial methods of handling complaints and redress claims against the Service Provider. The User can, among other things, ask for free legal assistance from a municipal (district) consumer rights ombudsman or a social organization whose statutory tasks include consumer protection (e.g. the Consumer Federation). The free contact number for the Consumer Federation is +48 800 007 707.
  12. Terms and Conditions apply from: 15.04.2020 r.