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Site publisher:

 

SYNERGIE

Limited liability company (SA) with share capital of 121,810,000 euros

Head office: 11, avenue du Colonel Bonnet 75016 Paris

Paris Trade and Companies Register: 329 925 010

Publishing Manager: Daniel Augereau

 

Phone : 01.44.14.90.20.

 

 

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Head office: 195 rue Lavoisier 38030 Montbonnot Saint Martin

 

Phone: 04.76.41.66.66

 

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE OF THE “WWW.SYNERGIE.COM” WEBSITE

 

PREAMBLE:

 

Synergie is a human resources management company, which specialises in temporary work, recruitment, wage portage, training and consultancy.

 

Via its Website accessible at the address http://www.synergie.com, , Synergie provides institutional information (e.g. financial information, institutional communication) relating to the Synergie group and to its activities, the conditions of access and use of which are governed by these General Terms and Conditions of Use.

 

 

ARTICLE 1- DEFINITIONS:

 

“General Terms and Conditions of Use or T&C” refers to the provisions stipulated herein governing access to and use of the Site and its Services.

 

«Datas»refers to all the information communicated by the User during his visit to the Site, as well as any information collected automatically through the Site during his visit, and used for the purposes of improving the Site.

 

« “Site” refers to the Synergie Website situated at the URL address “www.synergie.com”, as well as all of the pages of the said site, accessible directly or via a partner portal.

 

« “Services”refers to all services provided by Synergie on its Site, directly or via a partner portal.

 

«“User” refers to any individual or legal entity visiting the “www.synergie.com” Site, as well as all of the pages of the said site, accessible directly or via a partner portal.

 

ARTICLE 2 - PURPOSE:

 

2.1.The purpose of these General Terms and Conditions of Use is to set out the terms and conditions of use of the Site and the Services available on the Site that Synergie makes available to Users, as well as the relations between Synergie and the Users.

 

ANY CONNECTION TO THE SITE AUTOMATICALLY IMPLIES FULL AND UNRESERVED ACCEPTANCE OF THESE T&C BY THE USER.

 

The applicable T&C are those in effect at the time of each connection by the User to the Site. Therefore, the User is invited to take note of the T&C each time he visits the site.

 

These T&C may be amended by Synergie as needed. In this case, the User acknowledges that his use of the Site after amendment of the T&C will automatically imply acceptance of the T&C thus amended.

 

2.2. If a User uses the Site on behalf of an entity (e.g. association, company, foundation), he guarantees that he holds all the authorisations required to accept the T&C on behalf of the entity for which he is using the Site. In this case, his access to the site will also imply unreserved acceptance of the T&C by the entity in question.

 

2.3 Synergie exercises its activity in compliance with the rules of practice of the profession, as well as with constitutional, legal and regulatory principles with regard to non-discrimination. For this reason, the positions and titles stated on the Site are in the masculine form only for generic purposes.

 

 

ARTICLE 3 - DESCRIPTION OF THE SITE:

 

The Site has several sections intended to inform Users about the Synergie group. They are as follows:

 

“Group” section:

This section presents the group, its history, its values and its sites.

“Financial information and investor relations” section:

This section gives financial information on the company, such as the publication of results and annual reports, information intended for shareholders, and various legal information.

 

“Social and environmental responsibility” section:

This section presents Synergie’s commitments and certification, as well as the CSR charter.

 

“Sponsorship” section:

This section brings together information relating to sponsorship.

 

“Media” section:

This section brings together various press articles and press kits dedicated to Synergie.

 

 

ARTICLE 4 – SENDING A REQUEST FOR INFORMATION:

 

The Site allows Users to send a request for information on Synergie and its services through a contact form.

 

 

ARTICLE 5 – PERSONAL DATA:

Synergie complies with the legislation applicable to personal data protection of Users and, in particular, French data protection law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 amended in 2004.

 

5.1 Data collected:

 

The data relating to Users that Synergie may collect are the following:

 

  • Data collected when sending a message to synergie.com:

 

The data are the following: last name, first name of the User and his email address.

Some of these data are mandatory and indicated by an asterisk. If the User does not provide them, he cannot send his message.

 

  • Connection data collected during connection to and use of the Site

 

 

5.2 Purposes of processing the data:

 

It is necessary to process these Data in order to allow Users to:

  • access and use the Site,
  • send a message to Synergie.

 

 

5.3 Data storage duration:

 

The User’s Data are stored by Synergie for the time required to process his message.

 

 

5.4 User Rights with regard to data:

Each User has the right to access, rectify and delete his Data pursuant to the provisions of law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978.

He may access and amend his data by sending an email to the following address: direction.juridique@synergie.fr or by post to the following address: Synergie – Direction Juridique - 11 avenue du Colonel Bonnet - 75016 PARIS.

5. 5 - Cookies

Synergie may wish to install a cookie on the User’s computer in order to facilitate and improve his browsing of the Site, as well as to collect statistics on use of the Site. For this purpose, the cookie collects browsing information from the User’s computer.

The User many accept or refuse cookies by amending his browser settings, bearing in mind that refusing cookies may sometimes block access to all or part of the Site’s functionalities.

Information on the use of cookies is available from the publishers of the browser software.

Therefore, it is possible to obtain information on the use of cookies by the following software on the following pages:

 

ARTICLE 6 – USER’S DECLARATIONS AND OBLIGATIONS:

 

6.1 By accessing the Site, the User acknowledges that:

 

- He is aware of the principles that underpin operation of the Internet and accepts its characteristics and limitations;

 

- He is aware that Synergie cannot exercise any control over the nature and characteristics of the data accessible on the Internet and, therefore, Synergie cannot assume any liability that may arise directly or indirectly from these data;

 

- He is aware that data circulating on the Internet cannot be completely protected from misuse and that, therefore, any communication is carried out at the User’s risk. In fact, Synergie puts in place suitable technical measures designed to protect data from any accidental loss or unauthorised access or circulation.

However, the Internet remains an open system and Synergie cannot guarantee that unauthorised third parties will not be able to overcome these measures and access data;

 

- He is aware of the fact that viruses may be introduced by third parties on the Internet and consequently acknowledges that it his responsibility to take all measures specific to protecting data store on his hardware; furthermore, the User agrees not to save a document containing a virus;

 

By using the Site, the User assumes the risks relating to the completeness, accuracy and topicality of information.

 

6.2 When the User provides, saves or makes available to Synergie material and information through messages that he sends it using the contact form, he agrees that these messages:

  • - Are not contrary to and do not infringe the codes and laws in effect,
  • - Do not contain viruses or software likely to harm the smooth running of the Site or damage it,
  • - Do not breach the rights of third parties,
  • - Are not untrue, inaccurate or misleading,
  • - Do not contain defamatory, offensive or violent material, or material that incites racial or ethnic hatred, or that is likely to undermine respect for human dignity or the protection of minors,
  • - Do not breach the rights of third parties,
  • - Are not detrimental to Synergie’s image.

 

6.3 The User holds Synergie and its partners harmless against any legal action by any third party, and any pecuniary consequences thereof, arising from use of the Site by the User or from breach by the User of the T&C or the regulatory provisions in effect.

 

6.4 The User must respect the operation of the Site and the technical measures used to ensure the security of the Site and access to the Site. On this account, each User is forbidden from using any hardware or software likely to alter, impede or distort operation of the Services and of the Site.

Any breach of this obligation may be punishable under both civil and criminal law. Furthermore, Synergie reserves the right to immediately delete or deactivate the account of a User who uses his account fraudulently or unlawfully or does not comply with these T&C.

 

 

ARTICLE 7 – SITE ACCESS:

 

Synergie endeavours to allow access to the site 24/7, except in the case of force majeure, as defined by French case law and also subject to any breakdowns and maintenance or upgrading of the Site, without these interruptions entitling the User to compensation.

 

Furthermore, the User accepts that Synergie may be required to suspend the Site and all or part of its Services at any time and without notice.

Synergie’s liability cannot be incurred in the event that it is impossible to access the Site and/or use the Services, and Users waive any claim or legal action in this respect.

 

ARTICLE 8 - BROWSING:

 

The Site is optimised for the following configuration:

 

*Browser software:

Internet Explorer 10 and 11

Firefox: 42.x

Safari: 5.1.x

Chrome: 51

 

*Operating system:

Debian server

CMS: Drupal

Web server: Apache2

Database: MariaDb

Language: php

Search engine: SolR

 

 

ARTICLE 9 - HYPERLINKS:

 

The Site may suggest to the User hyperlinks leading to other websites. The Site’s link to these sites considered to be a way of providing additional qualified information. Under no circumstances can Synergie be held liable for the content of these sites, which it does not publish. The User acknowledges that these third-party or partner sites and services are completely independent from Synergie. Suggested redirection towards a third-party site cannot be considered a recommendation and Synergie is by no means liable for the editorial content provided on the sites in question.

 

 

ARTICLE 10 – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY:

 

10.1 General provisions:

 

The Site is an indivisible whole. The information on it is reserved for exclusively personal use and must not be reproduced in whole or in part, nor communicated to third parties in any way whatsoever. All the data (text, sound or images) on the pages of the Site are the exclusive property of Synergie.

Any reproduction, representation or circulation, for purposes other than personal, in full or in part of the content of this site on any medium or by any process whatsoever, is forbidden. Failure to comply with this constitutes an infringement pursuant to Articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code, likely to incur the civil and criminal liability of the infringing party.

 

10.2 Photo credits:

 

All rights reserved for photographs illustrating this Site.

 

- Picture library: Gettyimages

- Photographer: Bernard Tartinville (Governance page)

- Photographer: Xavier Renauld (Governance page)

- Photographer: Arnaud Duret / FCNantes (Sponsorship page)

 

10.3 Trademarks:

 

It is strictly forbidden, pursuant to Article L. 713-2 of the French Intellectual Property Code, to use or reproduce the “Synergie” trademark and/or its logo, alone or in association, in any capacity whatsoever, and in particular for the purposes of advertising, without the prior written agreement of Synergie.

 

 

ARTICLE 11- LIABILITY:

 

The information contained on the Site is given for purely information purposes and the services and Site are provided in the state they are found. For this reason, the liability of Synergie cannot be incurred and it provides no guarantee, either explicit or implicit, and assumes no liability relating to use of this information, the Services or the Site.

 

The User acknowledges that neither Synergie, nor any of its subsidiaries, nor the members of the Synergie network, can be held liable for direct or indirect damage, and in particular economic loss, indirect financial loss, loss of data or programs, or financial loss, resulting from access, inability to access or use the Site or any sites linked to it or due to interruption, suspension, modification or withdrawal of the Site or one of its elements.

 

Furthermore, Synergie’s liability cannot be sought in the event of inaccessibility of the Site, in particular during maintenance periods or in the event of a case of force majeure.

 

Moreover, Synergie does not guarantee that the information circulated on the Site is exhaustive, current or pertinent.

 

The User is informed that Synergie will provide any information enabling or facilitating the identification of any person found guilty of infringing the legislation or the rights of Synergie or a third party on request of an authority or court, such as the IP address and connection times.

 

In the event that Synergie’s liability is legally sought due to a breach by a User of the obligations incumbent upon him, Synergie may give third-party notice to such User.

The User acknowledges that he is solely liable for use of the Site, the information and the services accessible via the Site.

 

ARTICLE 12 – APPLICABLE LAW:

 

BOTH THIS SITE AND ITS SERVICES AND THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THEIR USE ARE GOVERNED BY FRENCH LAW, WHATEVER THE PLACE OF USE.

 

If any of the stipulations of these T&C is deemed null or invalid by any authority or court, it will be deemed unwritten and will not result in nullity of the other provisions, which will remain in effect.

 

 

ARTICLE 13 - APPLICABLE COURT:

 

BY USING THIS SITE, THE USER ACCEPTS THESE T&C. ANY DISPUTE ARISING FROM USE OF THIS SITE AND THE SERVICES IT OFFERS OR FROM CIRCULATION OF THE INFORMATION IT CONTAINS WILL COME UNDER THE EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION OF THE PARIS COURTS APPLYING FRENCH LAW.

 

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