Agila privacy policy

Agila Group AB and its group companies (“Agila” or “we”) protect the personal privacy of its consultants, clients and employees. Our aim is that you should have confidence that your personal privacy is respected and your personal data processed correctly. We take responsibility for ensuring that personal data processed by Agila is used solely for the purposes intended and is protected against unauthorised access.

All processing of personal data within Agila is in accordance with the applicable personal data legislation. As of 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR”) applies in the EU/EEA.

Agila reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy from time to time. The date of the most recent change is provided at the end of the Privacy Policy. If we make any changes to the Privacy Policy, we shall publish them on our website.


When a collaboration or customer relationship commences, we need to collect some information, which is registered in Agila’s local data registers. The personal data we process about you may include your name, address, email address, personal identification number, account number, references, certificates, education and work life experience, ID documentation, data from background checks, data from a reference and data that is required to follow up assignments, etc. The data is collected and processed so that agreements can be entered into, and for ongoing administration in the continued collaboration. Agila Group AB (corp. ID no. 559002-6687) is the data controller.


The person being registered is asked for their consent for their data to be stored and processed. If a consultant, employee or client does not consent to us storing and processing data, it is important to let us know.

Who has access to the data?

Personal data, CVs and other documents may be disclosed to a third party, usually to our clients. The disclosure of personal data, contact details and references collected is often a prerequisite for booking in assignments. In some cases we may also be obliged to disclose data by law, for example to the Swedish Social Insurance Agency or another government agency. Only the people who actually need to process your personal data for us to be able to fulfil our stated purposes have access to the data.

Protection for personal data

Agila has taken the appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect personal data against loss, abuse, unauthorised access, disclosure, change and destruction. To guarantee that data is treated securely and in confidence, we use data networks with protection against hacking, such as firewalls and password protection in line with industry standards.


Our registers are regularly reviewed and out-of-date information is updated or erased. By law, data may only be saved for as long as there is a clear purpose. One such purpose may be that the data subject wants to be presented for assignments or wants to receive mailshots containing information from us. Some data about previous collaborations has to be saved for a longer period, such as data about payment of salaries and social security contributions.

Your rights

After making a signed, written request to Agila at the address below, you are entitled as an individual to receive information about what personal data Agila processes about you and information about the scope and purpose of such data processing. As an individual, you are also entitled to request that we block, delete or amend your personal data at any time. You are always entitled to withdraw consent and inform us that you oppose the continued processing of your personal data.

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