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1. General Information

1.1. Welcome to the official website (hereinafter referred to as “Website”).

Licensor of this Website is the company with the trade name "MARKS & SPENCER MARINOPOULOS GREECE S.A." (hereinafter referred to as the "Company"), with registered seat at 33-35 Ermou Street, P.O. Box 105 63, Athens, Greece, under the capacity of Clothing Retailer. The is a website which advertises vacancies in the "Company" and enables anyone who wishes to do so, to submit an application for expression of interest along with a CV.

For the purposes of the Job Applicants’ rights and obligations in relation to the vacancy, MARKS & SPENCER MARINOPOULOS GREECE S.A. ("Company") is the Employer Company.

In these Terms and Conditions:

• "Company", "We" or "Us" means Marks and Spencer - Marinopoulos Greece

• "Job Applicant" or "you" is the natural person who submits an application and CV for employment within our Company.

• “Vacancy” is any job position announced on the Company's Website as a vacancy and for which any interested person is invited to submit a job application form and a CV, by filling in the special application form created for this purpose on this Website.

1.2. Access to and use of this Website as well as the job search services offered through this Website (hereinafter referred to as the "Services") are subject to the current terms, conditions and notices (hereinafter referred to as the "Terms and Conditions"). By navigating in the Website and using the Services, you accept all the current Terms and Conditions as well as any from time to time updates thereto, which govern the relationship among us.

1.3. Changes in Terms and Conditions

You should visit this website regularly to monitor any changes to the Terms and Conditions. However, please note that a change of the Terms and Conditions does not affect applications you have already submitted but applies to any future ones. Our Company reserves the right to modify, update or upgrade at any time and without prior notification to the visitor/user/Job Applicant (hereinafter collectively referred to as the “User”) of the “Website” (in whole or in part): a) part or all of these Terms of Use, b) part or the whole content of the Website and c) part or all of the interface, structure or configuration of the Website and its technical specifications, as well as to restrict access to the entire Website or part of it. The Company also reserves the right at any time, without justification and without prior notification to the User of the Website to cancel, suspend or terminate the operation of the Website. Access to this Website is permitted under these terms and conditions and we reserve the right to remove or modify the Services without prior notification.

1.4. Although we take great care of the information we publish or send, we do not exclude the possibility of inaccuracies or graphic errors taking place. The Company bears no responsibility for this. The Company is entitled to amend and correct at any time information published by the Company on the Website.

2. Privacy Notice

You can find our Privacy Notice, which explains how we will use your information, in the section entitled "Privacy Notice". By using this Website, you agree to the contents of this section and by registering your personal information, you declare responsibly that all data you provide is accurate, true and up to date.

3. Restrictions on access and use of the Website

3.1. You shall not misuse this Website, obstruct or in any other way interfere with the operation of the Website, as well as replace or alter its content. You must not commit or encourage criminal acts, transmit or distribute viruses, Trojan horses, worm viruses, logic bombs or post any other malicious or technologically harmful material, and generally you must not take any action that may result in an unacceptable or unreasonable burden on the infrastructure or operation of the Website. You are also prohibited from violating the obligation of confidentiality or using the website in any other offensive or obscene manner.

3.2. In addition, you must not violate any part of the Services, destroy data, cause dissatisfaction to other users, infringe the proprietary rights of others, send unsolicited advertising or promotional material, commonly known as "spam", or attempt to interfere with the performance or functionality of any features of the Website or features accessed through the Website. Violation of this provision constitutes a criminal offence under the Greek legislation. The Company will report any such violation that may come to its attention to the competent law enforcement authorities and will disclose to them your identification details, subject to the requirements of the law.

3.3. Your connection to our website is subject to the terms of articles 4.3. and 6 via your own means and through companies and providers selected by you.

4. Intellectual Property, Software and Content

4.1. The intellectual property rights in all the software and content that you access on or through this Website, constitute and remain property of the Company or its licensors and are protected by international copyright laws and treaties. All such rights are owned and reserved by the Company and its licensors.

4.2. Under no circumstances should the display and promotion of the content of the Website be construed as a transfer and/or assignment of a license and/or right to use it. You may store, print and display the available content solely for your personal use. You shall not publish, manage, distribute, copy in whole or in part, transfer, process, store, republish, modify or otherwise reproduce, in any form, any part of the content or copies of the content provided to you or displayed on this Website, nor use such content for any business or commercial activity unless you have obtained written permission of the Company.

It is also not permitted to modify, translate, decompile, reconstruct or create derivative works using any software or accompanying documentation offered by the Company or its licensors. In addition, you do not have any license or consent to use, in any manner, the trademarks of Company and you agree not to use these marks, or any marks of similar colors, without the written permission of the Company.

4.3. Permission to access the website

We hereby grant you a limited license to access and make personal use of this Website, but not a license to download or modify it or any part of it, except with the express written permission of the Company. This license does not authorize any resale or commercial use of this Website or its content, any derivative use of this Website or its content, any downloading or copying of account information for the benefit of another merchant, or any use of data mining, robots or similar data gathering and extraction tools.

4.4. You shall not reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell, visit or otherwise exploit this Website or any part of it for any commercial purpose without our express written permission. We have exclusive rights on our company's domain name and all trade names appearing on our website are duly subject to legal protection.

4.5. You shall not use frames or framing techniques to enclose any trademark, logo or other proprietary information (including video, images, text, page layout or form) of the Website without our written consent. In the event of unauthorized use, the license granted by the Company terminates.

4.6. You shall not use any logo or other proprietary graphics or Company trademark or open source code or any part of the link without our prior written consent.

5. Disclaimer

5.1. We do not hold any liability for any loss or damage that may be caused by attack which refers to denial of service, viruses or other technologically harmful material that may infect your hardware, software, data or other proprietary material due to the use of this Website or the downloading of any material posted on this Website or any other Website linked to it.

5.2. The Company and its partners make every possible effort, in the context of the technological check they carry out on a regular basis, so that the services and content on the Website are carried out without interruption and to maintain the high level of security available. However, the Company shall not be liable in the event that for any reason, including negligence, the operation of the Website is interrupted or becomes difficult and/or the Website is impossible to access and/or if, despite the security measures implemented, "viruses" or other harmful software are detected and transmitted to the terminals of users/visitors, or if unauthorised third parties interfere in any way with the content and operation of the Website, making it difficult to use or causing problems in its proper functioning or intercepting information including personal data of users. We are also not liable in the event of interruption of access to our Website for reasons beyond our control, as well as for reasons due to technical or other network failure or reasons of force majeure or fortuitous events.

6. Connection to this Website

You may link to our home page, provided that you act in a fair and legal manner, without harming or exploiting our reputation, but you may not create a link that implies any kind of association with us, or endorsement or support from us where none exists. You must not create a link to any Website of which you are not the owner. This Website shall not be placed in a context on any other website, nor you shall not create a link to any part of this Website other than the home page. We reserve the legal right to remove linking permission without prior notice.

7. Modification

The Company has the right, at its sole discretion, at any time and without notification, to modify, remove or change the Services and/or any page of this Website.

8. Nullity

If any part of the Terms and Conditions is unenforceable (including any provision in which we exclude our liability towards your person), the enforceability of any other part of the Terms and Conditions will not be affected - all other terms will remain in full force and effect. In any case, where it is possible for a term/sub-condition or part of a term/sub-condition to be considered separately in order to validate the remaining part, the term will be interpreted accordingly. Otherwise, you agree that the term should be corrected and interpreted to approximate as closely as possible the original meaning of the term/sub-term in accordance with the law.

9. Contact

9.1. We always appreciate user feedback or other suggestions about our Website and our Company, but you understand that the fact that we use them does not imply any obligation for us to use them or compensate you for their use (just as you have no obligation to send them to us). By submitting any material to us, you agree to use the Website in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. If you do not wish to grant to our Company the license set out above in relation to these Terms, please do not submit or share any material on the Website, otherwise we will infer that you have accepted our Terms and Conditions.

9.2. When you visit the Website or send us e-mails, you are contacting us online. We contact you via e-mail or, if you have given your consent, via newsletters or by posting notices on the Website. In the context and for the purposes of evaluating your job application and CV, you agree that we may contact you by any lawful means (e.g. email, telephone, letter).

We have a complaint handling policy in place to try to resolve any dispute that may arise. If you have any complaints or comments, please contact our Human Resources Department immediately via the Contact Us section.

10. Termination

To the extent permitted, we hereby exclude any liability for any claims, losses, demands or damages of any kind relating to the Website or the data displayed on it, including, without limitation, direct, indirect, incidental or consequential losses or damages, whether arising from the following indicatively matters, loss of profits, loss of income, loss of data, loss of use or otherwise, whether or not the Company had been notified about the possibility of such losses. The foregoing shall apply whether such claims, losses or damages arise in tort, in the context of a contract, by negligence, under applicable law or otherwise. However, when you use our Services, your statutory rights are not affected. Always please keep in mind that our Website is provided "as it is". As a result, access to it is solely at the visitor's/user's risk.

11. Governing law and jurisdiction

These terms are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Greece and the European Union (EU). You agree, equal to us, that you submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Athens, Greece, Europe.

12. Final provisions

12.1. The above Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy are integral parts of the "Terms and Conditions" and are binding the parties (the Company and Users) as a whole.

12.2. If any of the above terms are found to be abusive or are cancelled, this shall not affect the other terms which shall continue to be valid and binding on the parties.

12.3. Any delay by either party in exercising some or all of its rights under these Terms and Conditions shall not impair or waive that right, which may be exercised at any time thereafter at the reasonable discretion of the beneficiary.

Privacy Policy

Introduction                                                                                                                                                     This policy outlines how the personal data of applicants and prospective colleagues of the company named MARKS & SPENCER MARINOPOULOS GREECE S.A, M&S Greece will be used, and your associated legal rights. Personal data is defined as information from which individuals may be identified. This policy applies to all applicants to M&S ("Company") and is in line with the GDPR and other data protection laws.  


1. Types of Personal Data

MARKS & SPENCER MARINOPOULOS GREECE S.A obtains personal data relating to prospective colleagues including, but not limited to:

• name, address and other contact details;

 • information about previous employment, educational details, skills and experience;

• details of training and qualifications;

• information relating to your health and health conditions;

• nationality

• communications, correspondence;

• publicly available information, including via social networking sites and public profiles;

• other biographical data

We will not retain your data for any longer than necessary and will delete it once it's no longer needed.

Our standard data retention periods for prospective employees are as follows:

• Unsuccessful candidates: 12 months after the decision not to offer a position unless you've agreed to a longer retention period.

In exceptional cases, data may be held for longer periods where required.


2. Purposes of processing Personal Data

M&S Greece, and our partners and agents, use this data for a variety of purposes. These include, but are not limited to:

• recruitment, screening and assessment;

• activities relating to interviewing and selecting prospective employees (and maintaining related records);

• identifying and selecting possible candidates for employment opportunities which may arise in the future;

• compliance with statutory and regulatory obligations;

• managing legal disputes;

• exercising or fulfilling M&S’s legal rights and responsibilities; and

• prevention or detection of fraud, crime, or other unlawful or inappropriate conduct


3. Legal Basis for Using Prospective Colleague Data

The legal basis for the processing of data on prospective employees are the following:

  • the processing is necessary to take all the steps necessary to conclude an Employment Contract, including the assessment of the qualifications necessary for your recruitment

  • is necessary for the fulfilment of our obligations or the exercise of our rights relating to employment law, social security and social protection law

  • your consent: Where you consent to the processing of your personal data for specific purposes, the legal basis for the processing of personal data is your explicit consent.

4. Disclosures of Data

Where necessary and lawful, your personal data may be disclosed, for example, to:

• M&S Greece management, colleagues, staff or contractors involved in recruitment and talent management;

• other M&S group companies or Joint Ventures; • our professional advisers, such as solicitors or accountants, and consultants;

• government departments and agencies;

 • police and law enforcement agencies;

• courts and tribunals;

• partners, suppliers, agents and service providers.

5. International Transfers of Data

It is possible for M&S Greece to transfer some personal data outside of the European Economic Area, including to countries where local legislation doesn't provide adequate safeguards regarding the protection and security of personal data. This will typically occur when service providers that need to access such data, are located outside the EEA. Where this takes place, we will make sure that the transfer is compliant with data protection law and that personal data is secure. In most cases, we will rely on standard data protection clauses which have been approved by the European Commission in accordance with the Regulation. A copy of the standard clauses can be found at the following link


6. Your Rights

Under GDPR you have and may exercise (where applicable) the following rights: (i) the right of access and information; (ii) the right of rectification; (iii) the right to erasure; (iv) the right to request restriction of processing; (v) the right to data portability; (vi) the right to object, including to automated decision-making and profiling; and (vii) the right to withdraw your consent at any time, taking into account that the withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing carried out.

We inform you that you can exercise the above rights by sending a relevant letter addressed to MARKS & SPENCER GREECE , to the attention of the Data Protection Officer of MARKS & SPENCER, Mr. Konstantinos Anastasopoulos, or by sending an e-mail to or by sending a written request via a relevant form available at any MARKS & SPENCER store.

In case of exercising any of the above rights, MARKS & SPENCER will respond swiftly and in any case within one (1) month from the submission of the request, informing you in writing about the progress of its fulfilment.

For further information on the processing of your data or the exercise of your rights by MARKS & SPENCER, please refer to our Privacy Policy, available at:

Finally, if you have any complaint regarding this notice or any data protection issues, you may also contact the Hellenic Data Protection Authority at the following address:

7. Complaints

Data subjects have the right of recourse to the Hellenic Data Protection Authority for matters relating to the processing of their personal data. Detailed information on how to submit a complaint is provided on the website of the Hellenic Data Protection Authority