e-people Privacy Statement
Bas Westland Beheer BV (operating under the name of, and hereafter referred to as, e-people) is convinced that the atmosphere of the personal lives of its candidates and employees, as well as its other relations and visitors to the website, is of critical importance. Your personal data will therefore be treated and protected with the greatest possible care, in compliance with the requirements laid down by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
WHO WE ARE
e-people is located in Amsterdam, Wibautstraat 131-D, postcode 1091 GL (our postal address is Amsterdam, Czaar Peterstraat 160, postcode 1018 PW). e-people is responsible for the processing of data (responsible in the context of the General Data Protection Regulation).
TECHNICAL INFORMATION AND COOKIES
In general, our website can be visited without you giving us your personal data. Just like many other websites, our website collects automatically defined information about the users of our website, such as:
- the Internet Protocol (IP) address of your computer
- the IP address of your Internet Service Provider
- the date and time of your access to our website
- the internet address of the website from which you were directly linked to our website
- the operating system you use
- the sections of the website you visit
- the pages of the website you visited
- the information you have viewed
- the information about the type of equipment you use for your visit to our site
- the geolocation of your physical location
- the material you send to or download from our website.
This technical information is used to manage our website and system administration, and to enhance our website and your user experience. It may be provided to third parties and can be permanently stored for future use.
Personal data of candidates
When do we collect your personal data?
We collect your data from the moment you fill in your data or leave our website, apply for a specific job vacancy, or when you in any other way register or are registered so that you can make use of our services.
We can also collect your data if you have placed this on public resources which may indicate that you are interested in work-related services. In that case, we will approach you to ask you if you are interested in registering with us in compliance with our conditions and in line with this Privacy Statement. If you have no interest in our services, you can tell us and we will delete your data immediately.
Why do we collect your personal data?
We collect and process your data so that we can execute our services, which include acting as intermediaries, hiring solo entrepreneurs, recruitment and selection, personal development and availability.
More specifically, your personal data will be processed:
- to be able to provide you with offers and/or to be able to send you information about the services we provide and other activities, and to be able to align these better with your wishes and qualities. This is done by our employees;
- to approach you for our newsletter;
- to be able to assess your suitability and availability in connection with acting as an intermediary for work or for a project, whereby we may also use test results, reference checks, etc.
Which personal data do we collect from you?
We process personal data that is necessary for our service provision; some of this data is compulsory for you to be able to make use of our services. Supplementary data may be desirable so that we can better align our service provision to your wishes and qualities, or to meet more specific demands or obligations on the part of the clients. You yourself are responsible for the accuracy and relevance of the information you submit.
More specifically, it concerns – amongst others, and as far as is applicable – the following (documents with) personal data:
At time of registration:
- name and address data, email address and other contact info
- details of birth, age, sex
- curriculum vitae (CV), information about education, internships and work experience
- information about availability
- other information that may be of importance are the suitability of the candidate in the context of the assessment; for example, references and certificates are only requested after you have given permission, and at a later stage.
In principle, e-people does not record special categories of personal data unless this is necessary to comply with legal obligations, insofar as permission has been given, or if this is legally allowed. By ‘special categories of personal data’, we mean data about race, faith or religious conviction, political opinion, health, sexual orientation, membership of trade unions, criminal personal data and/or personal data concerning unlawful or obstructive behaviour.
With whom can we share your personal data?
e-people can make available your personal data – only after your explicit approval has been received – to its clients or other interested parties in the process of recruitment and selection.
How long do we store your personal data for?
The storage period that e-people applies is 6 months if you apply for a specific job vacancy. If you register yourself, you can specify the storage period yourself on our website. After this period has elapsed, you will receive a mailing giving you the opportunity to actively delete your data. It goes without saying that you can instruct us to delete your data at any other time you wish.
If you do not wish to make use of our services, you can cancel at any time. You can specify this via the email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) or telephone number (020-4634001) indicated. We will delete your data immediately.
Personal data of business relations
(contact data of employees of clients, suppliers, partners, salespersons, referees, and any other instance with whom we maintain a business relation)
We process, amongst others, the following personal data of business relations:
- names, contact data and functions of contact persons.
Viewing and/or modifying data
As a candidate, you have access to your own account and via a password you can view the majority of the personal data that has been registered about you. If you wish to view all your personal data processing and/or you wish to modify or delete data that you are not able to modify yourself, you can contact e-people.
For business relations:
You have the right to view and modify and/or delete the personal data that has been registered about you. Contact e-people, Bas Westland.
e-people does everything in its power to optimally protect your personal data against unlawful use. We do this through physical, administrative, organisational and technical measures. Example: only authorised persons have access to your data. If and insofar as data are given to data processors who provide services or carry out assignments on behalf of e-people, e-people has come to the agreement with them that they must also optimally secure your personal data.
Questions, comments, complaints or (suspected) data leak
If you have any questions, comments or complaints about the protection of your personal data by e-people, you can contact us per email or in writing via email@example.com or e-people, Czaar Peterstraat 160, 1018 PW in Amsterdam. You can telephone us via 020-4634001.
If you suspect that there has been a data leak, report this immediately to us. Specify your name, contact data and a description of the situation.
From time to time, and for a variety of reasons, e-people can make changes, additions or modifications to our Privacy Statement. The most recent Privacy Statement can always be viewed on our website www.epeople.nl. This version was drawn up on May 2018.