It wasn’t quite blood, sweat and tears, but it wasn’t far off: we’ve done everything in our power to put this website together as carefully as possible. But despite all our efforts and care, it’s possible we may have overlooked something, that the information on this site isn’t always complete or up to date, or that it’s ambiguous. Or maybe a link doesn’t work.

If you see anything you think is outdated, doesn’t work, or if you have any questions about something, we’d love to hear from you. We’d appreciate it if you email us with your comments and tips. We promise to take them very seriously! Send your mail to

Not liable
We really have done our best to make sure that everything you see on this site is correct, complete and easy to understand. However, if this is not the case, for whatever reason, e-people is not liable. Neither is it liable for any direct and/or indirect damage, however this may have been caused, as a result of information on this site.

If you want to copy anything, just ask.
You will really make our day if you share the job vacancies or other e-people articles in your network or via social media. But we don’t like it when someone copies something from this site, saves it in an automated data file or makes it public in any way or form – unless it’s for personal and non-commercial use. Whether this is done via electronic or mechanical means, through photocopying, recording or any other way. If you have a special reason for wanting to do this, just ask us via an email to We’ll give you permission if it’s at all possible! Hope we can make you happy!

Our logo, our visuals and our name
Our designer Nikolai has spent a huge amount of time and effort creating a wonderful set of e-people logos and icons. And the brand names/trademarks and/or registered brand names/trademarks of e-people are our property. Just as all the other product names and/or brands belong to their respective owners.

Do you want to use our name and icons for yourself? That’s usually not a problem, so just ask us via an email to You won’t know unless you try.

Dutch law applies and the Court of Amsterdam (the Netherlands) is authorised to rule over or take knowledge of any disputes.

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