Legal information in the Dior Careers column
Publisher: The “Careers” section in the Dior.com website is published by the company Christian Dior Couture, a joint stock company with a board of directors and equity of EUR 160,055,840, registered at the Chamber of Commerce and Companies (RCS) of Paris under number 612 035 832, having its registered office at 30, avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris - Telephone: +33 (0)1 40 73 54 44.
The head of the Careers section of the website is: Mr Sidney TOLEDANO
By registering in our recruitment pages and by applying in response to a job offer by the companies Christian Dior Couture and/or Parfums Christian Dior (hereafter jointly entitled “Christian Dior”) or by making an unsolicited application, you agree that we may collect, use and divulge your personal details for the purposes linked to your job application, as described below.
This confidentiality policy applies to all personal data provided by you in relation to your job application.
Personal data and means of collection
Personal data means personal information which the candidate willingly sends to Christian Dior such as for example, names, details, date of birth, email and postal addresses.
Whether this data is optional or essential will be made clear to the visitor initially. When the candidate provides personal data, he/she undertakes to respond to the questions put to him/her and, in this context, to provide Christian Dior with complete, accurate and up to date information which is not harmful to the rights of any third party.
Purposes of data processing, use of personal data and period of conservation
Your information will be used by Christian Dior in order to assess your candidature and to keep in touch with you. Only the Christian Dior recruiters will have access to your information. Failing receipt of your personal data, Christian Dior will be unable to process requests from visitors in accordance with the above-expressed purposes.
It is possible that your personal data may be sent from your country of origin to a Christian Dior company elsewhere in the world. Christian Dior requires all its companies which have access to this information to treat data confidentially and makes every effort to ensure that they remain secure. Your personal data will only be used by Christian Dior for recruitment purposes and will not be disclosed or sold to any third party.Candidates’ personal data is kept for a period not exceeding twenty four (24) months from the last update made by the candidate. Candidates are asked to keep their personal details up to date.
Right of access, amendment and deletion
In accordance with the Data Protection and Civil Liberties Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, you have right of access, amendment, rectification and deletion of any data which concerns you. To exercise this right you may refer at any time to:
Protection of personal details (Recruitment)
65 avenue Edouard Vaillant
92517 Boulogne-Billancourt Cedex
You can make some of these amendments online by connecting to your personal space (Candidate Space column) by means of your user name and password.
The Christian Dior recruitment department establishes a data base collecting all the information relating to candidates who are internet users and the job offers put forward by Christian Dior (hereafter the "Data Base").
This Data Base is the exclusive property of the LVMH group.
In accordance with French law, any substantial or systematic extraction of data or any use of data for purposes other than strictly personal and non-commercial is forbidden.
Limitation of liability
Christian Dior will do its best to update accurately the information posted on the website, for which it reserves the right to correct the content, at any time and without notice. However, Christian Dior cannot guarantee the precise accuracy and the completeness of the information made available on the Website.
Consequently, Christian Dior declines all liability for any interruption to the Website, any appearance of bugs or any inaccuracy, misstatement or omission concerning the information available on the Website, for any damage resulting from the attack of a third party having caused a change to the information made available on the website and, more generally, for all damage, direct or indirect, whatever the causes, origins, nature and consequences, provoked as a result of anyone accessing the website or any lack of access to it, as well as the use of the website and/or any credence placed in any information coming directly or indirectly from the latter.
Christian Dior’s right of ownership
The website together with any software necessarily used in relation to it may contain confidential information protected by current intellectual property rights or any other legislation. Thus, unless otherwise stated, the intellectual property rights over the documents contained in the website and each of the elements created for this website are the exclusive property of Christian Dior which does not grant any licence or any other right other than consultation of the Website.
The reproduction of all documents published on the website is only authorised for information for personal and private use, any reproduction and any use of copies made for other purposes being specifically forbidden. It is also forbidden to copy, reproduce, represent, amend, create a derivative work, to reverse engineer or disassemble or in any other way to try to find the source code (with the exception of cases permitted by law), to sell, attribute, sub-licence or transfer in any way whatsoever any right concerning the software as well as to any documents published on the Website. Similarly, it is also forbidden to modify the software or to use modified versions of software and particularly (without this list being restrictive) with a view to obtain unauthorised access to the department and to access the website by any other means than the interface provided by Christian Dior for this purpose.
The use of any or part of the Website, particularly by downloading, reproduction, transmission or representation for purposes other than personal and private use in a non-commercial manner is strictly forbidden
Christian Dior may install a "cookie" in the PC of a visitor which enables it to identify, facilitate navigation or rationalise registration procedures. Visitors are reminded that they can refuse the installation of cookies by configuring their PCs accordingly. For this purpose they are recommended to refer to the instructions (the “Help” icon on the navigator toolbar) for its internet browser software or to obtain further useful information from the publisher of its software. When you visit our website to search, read or download information we collect and keep some “visitor information” concerning you, such as the domain name and identity of the host PC from which you are connecting to the Internet, the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the PC you are using, the date and time of your browsing our Website, and the URLs from which you navigated to our site. We use this information to analyse and measure the use of our website and to help us make it more efficient. We destroy this information after a certain time. If you do not want us to collect this type of information, do not browse our Website.
The creation of hyperlinks to the website can only be done with the written and prior authorisation of Christian Dior and may be revoked at any time.
The website may include links to other sites or other Internet sources. To the extent that Christian Dior cannot control these sites and external sources, Christian Dior cannot be held liable for the availability of these sites and external sources, and cannot bear any liability for the content, advertising, products, services or any other material available at or from these sites or external sources. In addition, Christian Dior cannot be held responsible for any alleged damage or loss following or in relation to the use of, or reliance on the content, of the goods or services available on these sites or external sources.
Christian Dior informs visitors to the website that these conditions may be amended at any time. These amendments are published by placing them online and are considered as accepted without reservation by any visitor who accesses the website after they have been placed online.
These conditions of use are governed by French law. French courts shall have territorial jurisdiction to deal with any dispute relating to the use of the Website.
Host of the Careers section of the Dior Website
8 rue de l'Amiral de Coligny
RCS Paris: 494 413 404