Privacy policy

Disclosure according to Art.13 of the Law on the protection of personal data (Legislative Decree N° 196 of 30 June 2003)

Goldenlady Company S.p.A. informs you that, pursuant to Section 13 of the Law on the protection of personal data, the data voluntarily provided by you will be processed exclusively for personnel research and selection, using paper, computer or telematics support suitable to ensure the security and confidentiality of the data.

Providing data is optional, but your refusal to do so will make it impossible for the Controller to process your data and consequently to evaluate the possibility of establishing any working relationship.

Please do not enter sensitive data, namely as per Art. 4 letter d) of Legislative Decree N° 196/2003, data revealing racial or ethnic origin, religious, philosophical or other beliefs, political opinions, membership of parties, unions, associations or organizations of religious, philosophical, political or trade union nature, as well as personal data disclosing state of health or sexual orientation.

Controller: the complete list of those responsible is available upon request by writing to e-mail address:

Your personal data will be kept by the Controller for three years. During this time you will be able to exercise your rights under Art. 7 of the Law. Among these we remind you of the following rights: to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of personal data relating to you; to obtain cancellation or blocking, or the updating, rectification or integration of data; to oppose, for legitimate reasons, the processing of such data.

You may exercise these rights by writing to the Human Resources Department at the following e-mail address:

The processing of your personal data will be based on principles of fairness, lawfulness and transparency, protecting your privacy and your rights.

Cookies are small text files that are stored on the User’s device when visiting a website. On each subsequent visit cookies are re-sent to the site that originated them (first-party cookies) or to another website that recognises them (third party cookies). Cookies are useful because they allow websites to identify the user’s device. They have several functionalities, such as allowing the visitor to surf efficiently through pages, recalling bookmarked websites and, in general, improving the web browsing experience. Based on their function and purpose, cookies are grouped into technical cookies, profiling cookies and third-party cookies.

Technical cookies have the purpose to enable functions that are necessary to fully use all the features of the WEBSITE.
These cookies allow to activate procedures which are based on several steps (subsequent pages, i.e. a contact request), allow to track the user’s preferences, in relation to the WEBSITE content to view, and to functionalities to activate or deactivate.
This type of cookies are also used to record the user’s choice in relation to accepting cookies from the website.
Essential cookies cannot be disabled when using the Website’s features.
Technical cookies also include those cookies which are used to statistically measure accesses and visits to the website, also called “analytics”. These cookies are used for statistical purposes only, to collect aggregate data, and do not allow the identification of the user.
Analytics cookies can also be third-party cookies (Google Analytics), for which the reader should refer to the corresponding owner’s privacy policy.

Profiling cookies have the purpose to provide a better user experience on the WEBSITE, by suggesting content that corresponds to the user’s preferences selected during navigation, based on viewed content and other user-related parameters.
Users can choose to disable single cookies of the WEBSITE by selecting the appropriate settings on their browser.
In this case, users might not be able to use all features of the WEBSITE.

The WEBSITE uses external features or contains links to external websites, for the purpose to provide better integration with third-party websites of common use, and a better social experience within the WEBSITE (i.e. Facebook, Google etc. sharing buttons).
These features and links may require the use of third party cookies, for which the reader should refer to the corresponding owner’s privacy policy.

The use of cookies can be disabled by changing the browser settings. Below are some examples related to the most common browsers.

Internet Explorer
  • Select Tools in the menu bar
  • Click on Internet Options
  • Select the General tab, under “Browsing history”, and click on “Clear”

  • Select Tools in the menu
  • Click on Options
  • Select the Privacy panel
  • Click on “Clear now”
  • Select “Cookies”
  • Click on “Clear private data now”

Google Chrome
  • Click in the menu
  • Click on “Options”
  • Click on “Under the Hood”
  • Click on “Content settings” in the Privacy section
  • Click on “Clear browsing data”

  • Select the Safari settings menu (top right in the browser) and click on Preferences
  • In the panel, select “Security” (lock-shaped icon)
  • Click on “Never” under “Accept cookies”