Personal data protection

In the course of its business, Next Station collects Personal Data in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 ("GDPR").

1. Data collection

The following Data is collected when Users use the website's various functions:

**Creating an account **

When a User opens an account, his/her first and last name, email address, postal address, telephone number, date and country of birth, gender, education and experience.

**Connecting **

When the User connects to the website, it records his/her connection history, use and location.

Using the website's services

The website's services allow Users to share photos, video and their résumés.


When the site is used to communicate with other Users, Data about the User's communications are temporarily stored.


This website uses cookies. Users may disable cookies under their browser's settings (see. Art. 2.8).

2. Use of Data

Data is collected from Users in order to provide the website services, improve these and maintain a secure environment. Specially, this use can be:

  • the access and use of the site by the User;

  • the provision of services, functions and tools to connect Users looking for candidates (hereinafter referred to as "Employer(s)") and Users looking for work advertised by Employers (hereinafter referred to as "Candidate(s)");

  • the sending of information about job offers and requests based on the User's preferences;

  • the management of the website;

  • the organisation of terms for using payment services;

  • the verification, identification and authentication of data provided by the User;

  • the providing of technical support and user support;

  • the prevention and detection of fraud, malware (malicious software) and management of security incidents;

  • the handling of any disputes between Users.

In addition, to optimise the performance of the website and services offered to its Users, Next Station can automatically process Data to assess certain aspects related to a User, in particular to analyse or estimate elements specific to a User's personal preferences or interests in relation to the site and Next Station's services.

This processing is carried out, where necessary, either to perform the contract binding Next Station to the Users, and so that Next Station can provide its services to Employers and Candidates, or based on the User's consent.

For instance, this type of processing allows Next Station to efficiently match Employers with Candidates or provide Employers with lists of Candidates that may be of interest to them.

3. Sharing Data with third parties

Data may be shared with third party companies in the following cases:

  • when an Employer publishes a job opening, Next Station may send it a list of shortlisted Candidates and Data regarding the latter. In this case, Employers accept full liability under the current data protection legislation for their collection, processing and storage of personal data. They also undertake to ensure the rights of those concerned are suitably protected, as stipulated in the existing data protection regulations;

  • when a User authorises a third party's website to access his/her Data;

  • when the Website hires outside providers to provide User support, advertising or payment services. These service providers are given limited access to the User's Data in order to perform their services, and have a contractual obligation to use such data in compliance with applicable personal data protection regulations;

  • if required by law, Next Station may pass on Data in response to a claim made against the website and to comply with administrative or judicial proceedings;

  • if Next Station takes part in a merger, acquisition, asset sale or receivership, it may have to transfer or share all or part of its assets, including personal data. In this case, Users will be informed before such data is transferred to any third parties.

4. Next Station's terms of Data storage

Next Station uses all technical, logistical, physical and organisational means to be able to guarantee a level of security appropriate to the risk, safeguard the security and confidentiality of Data and in particular, prevent any loss, change, disclosure or access to this Data by unauthorised third parties.

However, it should be noted that the Internet is not a fully secure environment and Next Station cannot guarantee the security of information sent through and stored on the Internet.

In principle, Next Station stores Data for the time necessary for the purposes of the processing and then archives this Data for at least 5 years, as required by common law, and up to 10 years for accounting documents.

5. Transferring Data outside the EU

Data collected and processed by Next Station only circulates within the European Union (EU), or in countries that guarantee an appropriate level of protection in compliance with the legal provisions applicable in France.

6. Data subjects' rights

Data Subjects are informed that by law, they have the following rights:

  • Right to access to have confirmation whether or not their personal Data is being processed and, if such is the case, then access this Data;

  • Right to rectification to obtain, without undue delay, the rectification of inaccurate personal Data and, taking into account the purposes of the processing, the right to have incomplete Data completed;

  • The right to object, on legitimate grounds, to appear in a file (in particular as part of a marketing campaign);

  • Right to erasure to have Data erased without undue delay where certain grounds have been met;

  • Right to data portability which gives the right to receive Data in an easily readable format and, where appropriate, transfer that Data to a third party;

  • Right to restriction of processing of data under certain circumstances;

  • Right to be forgotten which defines the general and specific guidelines for storing, erasing and transferring Data after the death of the data subject.

Requests must be submitted with a copy of a valid piece of identity (national ID car or passport) in order to be processed.

Data subjects can also file a claim regarding the processing of their Data with the French data protection authority, CNIL (3 Place de Fontenoy, 75007 Paris;

7. Next Station's data protection contact person

Requests for information or to exercise the above rights should be addressed to:

8. Cookies

Next Station may use cookies to better "track" user preferences and the configuration of the website.

The website places a cookie on the hard-drive of the User's computer when the latter connects to the site. This cookie is used to record information about how the User navigates the site (date and time of connection, pages consulted, date and time of clicks, where they click, etc.). Next Station uses this information to customise the site and make it easier for User to access headings. This information is kept on the user's website for 30 days.

Next Station may also process the User's personal data to customise information published on the site or inform the User about new job offers, unless the User objects to such use.

The User may oppose the placement of a cookie on his/her hard-drive by changing the browser settings of his/her device. Users can remove and manage cookies that have been placed in the browser's cookie registry by following the instructions specific to that browser.

  • Google Chrome

  • Internet Explorer

  • Mozilla Firefox

  • Safari

  • Android Browser

  • Opera

  • Opera Mobile

For all other browsers, please consult the documentation provided by their developer. Users can also consult the documentation of their mobile device to find out how to disable cookies on that device. However, in the event a User disables all cookies it is possible that he/she may no longer be able to use all of the website's features.

9. Updates to Personal Data Protection Policy

Next Station reserves the right to change the present Personal Data Protection Policy at any time. If changes are made to the present personal data protection document, Next Station undertakes to publish a new version on its website.

Should the User consult the website after these changes have come into effect he/she shall be deemed to have accepted the revised data protection policy.

As a result, Users are advised to regularly read this document to stay informed of any changes made by Next Station.

If the User does not agree to the terms of the new version of the Personal Data Protection Policy, he/she may delete his/her account.