Welcome to the nedvet BV website.
nedvet attaches great importance to your privacy. We treat the data you share with us with the greatest possible care.
nedvet is convinced that the privacy of its candidates, flexworkers, employees, as well as of its other relations and visitors to the website is essential. The personal data is therefore treated and secured with the greatest possible care, in accordance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter: “GDPR”).
Technical information and cookies
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file that is sent by an internet server and that is stored on the computer (hard drive), tablet or smartphone of the website visitor. A cookie keeps track of the visit to the visited website and contains a number of data about this visit, such as the visited internet pages and the duration of the visit.
What do cookies do?
- Register visitor preferences.
- Register information sessions, such as information about what you add to a wish list.
- Registering information, such as the web pages you consulted to get to our site.
We use these statistics to see if and where we can adjust the website, so that visitors find what they are looking for better, but also that people do not unintentionally end up on our website. Our goal with this is to improve the relevance of our website and to attract visitors who are looking for information or support in the field of work and the use of flexible labour.
Important to know: visitor information through cookies is anonymous
It is important to emphasize that the registration of behavior on our website by cookies is anonymous. We only know who a visitor is when a visitor voluntarily shares more information with us by filling in an application or contact form.
We have implemented the necessary security measures to provide a secure website and to prevent the loss or unauthorized use of information we receive on our site.
Removing cookies from your computer is also easy. Consult the settings of your internet browser for this.
Collect personal data
When do we collect your personal data?
We collect your data from the moment you enter or leave your data on our website, if you register at one of our branches or register in any other way or are registered to use our services.
Why do we collect your personal data?
We collect and process your data for the execution of our services, including mediation, temporary employment, secondment, recruitment & selection, personal development and employability, salary administration and personnel management. More specifically; your personal data can be processed, among other things, to:
- to be able to make you offers and/or to provide information about the services and other activities and to better tailor these to your wishes and qualities. This is done by our employees and partly automated (for example with a vacancy alert);
- to approach you for commercial offers, newsletters and promotions that may be of interest to you, only if you are registered for this (opt-in);
- to be able to assess your suitability and availability in connection with mediation for permanent or temporary work or an assignment, whereby use can also be made of test results, reference checks, etc.;
- to enter into and maintain an employee or personnel/mediation relationship with you and to carry out the relevant administration for this;
- comply with our reintegration obligations and meet the (government-imposed) purpose of helping people with a greater(er) distance from the labor market to find work;
- to be able to record an assignment with the client in an agreement with the client and to maintain and fulfill the agreement with the client;
- to promote your personal development and employability, including training, education and testing;
- for management purposes including management information, providing internal controls and business safety and conducting audits and auditing;
- quality purposes such as certification;
- to apply for subsidies, premium discounts, etc.;
- where we have entered into an employee or personnel/mediation relationship with you, for legal and regulatory compliance, including but not limited to identification, labor law, tax and social security law, anti-fraud and national and international sanctions laws.
Your personal data will only be processed if there is a basis for doing so.
What personal data do we collect from you?
We process the personal data that is necessary for our services (such as application procedures, personnel and salary administration). Some of this data is required to be able to use our services. The processing of the data must be in accordance with the purpose (suitability for a function, etc.) for which the processing was set up. Additional data may be desirable to better tailor the service to your wishes and qualities or to meet more specific questions or obligations from clients. You are responsible for the correctness and relevance of the data you provide. More specifically, this concerns the following (documents containing) personal data:
When applying via www.nedvet.nl :
- Age, gender
- Name and address details
- E-mail address
- phone number
- Curriculum vitae (CV), information about education, internships and work experience;
When registering (following an online application, by telephone or via branch):
- Name and address details, e-mail address and other contact details;
- birth data, age, sex;
- curriculum vitae (CV), information on education, internships and work experience;
- data about training and education and/or tests that you have followed or done yourself or through us;
- data on availability and leave;
- other information that is (or may be) important in the context of assessing the suitability of the candidate, for example references and certificates;
- passport photo and video (introduction) on a voluntary basis.
The moment you can start working/work/have worked for nedvet:
- nationality, citizen service number, ID, work permit;
- other data related to the personnel, salary and absenteeism registration;
- nedvet only records special personal data if this is necessary to comply with its legal obligations, insofar as permission has been given, or if this is otherwise permitted by or pursuant to the law.
With whom can we share your personal data? nedvet can pass on personal data to, among others, its clients (e.g. contact details so that a client knows and/or can check who is made available to him), suppliers (e.g. minimum contact details that a clothing supplier needs), government authorities (such as data in the context of wage tax) and other business relationships (data that, for example, an occupational health and safety service needs for the performance of its services). And in all other cases in which we can be obliged to do so, for example by a court order or a court order. The provision of personal data is based on a legitimate interest,
Your personal data can be transferred outside the Netherlands. nedvet has taken the necessary measures to ensure that the personal data transferred is adequately protected.
How long do we keep your personal data? The retention periods that we use depend on the applicable statutory retention periods and also in accordance with these periods. In addition, there is also a retention obligation under the Archives Act, the Civil Code or the education and tax legislation.
Candidates (if you have not (yet) worked for nedvet) Your mediation details (CV, work experience, education, test results, etc.) are available for 4 weeks to a maximum of one year (with your permission) after registration if you have not worked for nedvet. You will automatically receive a message one year after registration that you are registered with us. If you no longer wish to be mediated, you can unsubscribe via “My nedvet”. You will then no longer be approached and mediated by nedvet.
If you work or have worked for nedvet Your personal data is available up to two years after the end of employment. Certain personal data are available to nedvet for a longer period of time for the purpose of, for example, claims, audits and tax obligations. This can vary from 2 years to 7 years (after the end of employment). If you no longer wish to be mediated, you can indicate this in “My nedvet” or via your contact person. You will no longer be approached and mediated by nedvet. In that case, your personal data will be archived in a protected environment after two years. Your personal data will then only be available to nedvet under strict conditions in accordance with the applicable goals and periods. If the retention period of your personal data has expired or the data is no longer necessary, it will be destroyed.
Personal data of business relations nedvet processes the personal data of data subjects who work for companies with which they do business (1), to make offers for and/or provide information about the services and other activities (2), to maintain a business relationship (3) and to conclude and maintain a contract for services. We process, among other things, the following personal data of business relations; names, contact details and positions of contacts. nedvet can pass on the personal data obtained from its business relations if this is necessary to achieve the objectives of the business relation or for the purpose of mediation. This data may be passed on to other nedvet entities, to job applicants or candidates, business partners and subcontractors (eg. data processors) who provide services on its behalf and in all other cases where nedvet can be obliged to do so, for example by a court order or court decision. Personal data can be transferred outside the Netherlands. nedvet has taken the necessary measures to ensure that all personal data transferred is adequately protected.
Your rights: • The right to data portability: the right to transfer personal data. • The right to be forgotten: the right to be ‘forgotten’. • Right of access: that is the right of people to view the personal data that you process about them. • Right to rectification and completion: the right to change the personal data that you process. • The right to restriction of processing: the right to have less data processed. • The right with regard to automated decision-making and profiling, in other words: the right to a human view in decisions. • The right to object to data processing.
Viewing and/or changing data for candidates, flex workers, freelancers and business relations: If you have your own account (My nedvet), you have access to a large part of the personal data registered about you. You can change a number of data yourself at any time (such as making changes to your account information) or delete it. If you wish to inspect your total personal data processing and/or change or delete data that you cannot adjust yourself, you can contact your contact person at nedvet.
For other relations: You have the right to inspect and change the personal data registered about you. You can contact your contact person at nedvet for this.
nedvet makes every effort to optimally protect your personal data against unauthorized use. We do this on the basis of physical, administrative, organizational and technical measures. For example: only authorized persons have access to the data. If and insofar as data is provided to data processors who provide services or carry out assignments on behalf of nedvet, nedvet has agreed with them that they will also optimally protect the personal data.
Questions, comments, complaints or (suspected) data breach
If you have any questions, comments or complaints about the protection of your personal data by nedvet , you can contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org . If there is or is a suspicion of a data breach, we request that you report this immediately to nedvet.
Make sure that you always clearly indicate who you are, so that we can be sure that we do not change or delete data from the wrong person.
nedvet may make changes, additions or changes to its privacy statement from time to time for various reasons. The most current privacy statement can be viewed at all times on the nedvet website.
To file a complaint
If you think that we are not helping you in the right way, you have the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority. This is called the Dutch Data Protection Authority.
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