Information pursuant to art. 13 and 14 EU Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR)

Pursuant to the legislation on the processing of personal data pursuant to Legislative Decree 30.06.2003, n. 196 (Code regarding the protection of personal data, hereinafter, for brevity, “Privacy Code”), and to EU Regulation 679/2016 General Regulation on data protection (hereinafter GDPR) the information is provided below, according to the definitions pursuant to art. 4 of the GDPR. on the processing of data voluntarily provided.

1. Identity and contact details of the Data Controller

The Data Controller subject to this information is Miccinesi Tax Legal Corporate, with registered office in Piazza Sant’Ambrogio, 8 Milan (MI), in the person of its legal representative, e-mail:, tel: 02.36697900.

2. Method of collection and category of data processed

2.1 – The data that can be collected in the following ways:
to. From the section New talents / “open positions”: by sending your application by email to or by filling out the form
b. From the section New talents / “self-candidacy” by filling in the appropriate form at the web address:

2.2 – The data collected according to the modality sub

2.1 a) will consist of the sender’s email address, the content of the email and any attachments.

2.1 b) will consist of the information collected through the form (name and surname, telephone, place and date of birth, attached to the message). These data will be deemed voluntarily provided by the interested party – also with reference to the lawfulness of their use if they do not refer to the interested party itself -, based on the conclusive behavior constituted by completing the form or sending the e-mail message.

2.3 – The data collected according to the modality sub

2.4 – The data processed are mainly common data. Even if sensitive data is sent, it will be processed exclusively for the purposes referred to in point

2.5 – By entering your e-mail address, the interested party declares that he / she can lawfully use this data for the necessary purposes, freeing the owner from any possible prejudicial consequence, of any nature.

3. Purpose of the treatment and consequences of the refusal

3.1 – The data voluntarily provided by the interested party in the manner indicated in point 2 will be used exclusively for the purpose of finding the email received or for the management of the candidate selection procedures and for the fulfillment of any legal obligations.
3.2 – Consent to provide the aforementioned data is not mandatory. The refusal, in whole or in part, incorrect or not in accordance with the truth, may imply the impossibility of the Owner to give an adequate and correct response.
3.3 – The consent can be revoked at any time by the interested party

4. Processing methods

4.1 – The data will be processed electronically. The data processing will be based on compliance with the principles of correctness, lawfulness, transparency, protection of confidentiality and the rights of the interested party in full compliance with current legislation.
4.2 – For exclusively organizational and functional needs, we have appointed some suppliers of services functional to the management of the Site as external managers of the processing of users’ personal data for purposes strictly connected and related to the management of the Site. External managers of the treatment can be requested by contacting us to contact details

5. Scope of access by the owner’s organizational structure

Within the Organizational structure of the Data Controller, the persons expressly named Persons in charge or Managers with reference to the aforementioned purpose may have access to the personal data of the interested party.

6. Scope of data circulation: diffusion and communication

The personal data, object of this information, will not be communicated or disclosed to third parties.

7. Rights of the interested parties and methods of cancellation

The interested parties are recognized at all times the right to exercise their rights pursuant to articles from 15 to 22 of the GDPR, and consisting, among others, of asking the data controller “for access to personal data and the correction or cancellation of the same or the limitation of the processing concerning him or to oppose their treatment, in addition to the right to data portability “.

8. Duration of treatment

The treatment will have a duration strictly necessary to respond to the email and to the possible establishment of communication with the sender, without prejudice to any processing operations subsequent to the termination of the relationship and deriving from obligations provided for by current legislation.

9. Obligations and declarations of the interested party

For all legal purposes, the owner acknowledges that the interested party, read, understood and fully understood