Privacystatement Netwerven B.V.
Who are we?
We are Netwerven B.V. (trading as Endouble). Netwerven B.V. is a part of Recruit Global Staffing, but this privacy notice considers only activities of Netwerven B.V.. The privacy statement uses the terms “Endouble”, “Netwerven B.V.”, “we”, “us” and ”our” which all refer to Netwerven B.V.
What does Endouble do?
Endouble specializes in creating and optimizing career platforms, ‘Talent Acquisition Platforms’. Among other things, we help our clients with insight into online recruitment. Endouble was founded in 2006 and has been part of Recruit Global Staffing since 2016.
Endouble is responsible for the personal data processed through the websites of Endouble (endouble.com en workingatendouble.com).
Exchange of data
Endouble can engage third parties to carry out certain activities (like services such as maintenance of software, applications and websites and the offering of data storage, crm and internal audits). Those parties only process the personal data necessary to carry out the outsourced work. Endouble has contractual and organizational measures in place to ensure third parties process your personal data solely for the aforementioned purposes and as much as possible within the EEA. In the
incidental case where data is stored outside the EEA, a level of protection that is at least at the level of the GDPR will be ensured.
Obligations imposed by law that apply to Endouble (including the General Data Protection Regulation, Implementation Act General Data Protection Regulation, Telecommunications Act) also apply to these third parties. This is part of the processing agreement between Endouble and the processor.
From whom do we collect personal data?
- Visitors to websites of Endouble
- Applicants at Endouble
- Anyone who contacts Endouble
In what way are personal data collected?
We collect personal data that you provide us for example by a contact form or application form, by setting up a job alert, by signing up for our newsletter (blog) or by sending us a letter or email.
Endouble can process personal data for clients. in this case the client is controller in the meaning of the GDPR. We advise you to read the privacy statement on the relevant website.
What personal data do we collect?
When you fill in a contact form or send us an e-mail or letter, we process your contact details and the content of the question or a comment.
When you apply for a job at Endouble, we process your name, address, place of residence, telephone number, e-mail address, sex, skype id (if applicable), resume, outcomes assessment (if applicable). A picture is only processed if it’s part of the resume. Other information, such as marital status and nationality, is only processed by us if you wish to share that information with us (for example by including these details in the motivation letter).
When you interact with our website(s), we will collect information on your IP address, browser type and operating system.
When you set up a job alert, we process your name, e-mail address, department (preference), vacancy type (preference).
When you subscribe to our newsletter (blog) we will process your email address.
For what purposes and on what legal basis do we process data?
We use data to:
Maintain contact with you in the context of the application procedure (including sending a survey afterwards);
To assess whether you are suitable for the position you are applying for;
Answer questions, comments and complaints;
Send vacancies from a job alert (workingatouble);
Send newsletters (blogs);
Maintain contact with you due to interest that you have shown in our products.
Laws and regulations can oblige us to process personal data for a government agency. For example,
for the Tax Authorities or a law enforcement agency.
We only process information on your IP address, browser type and operating system to monitor
security of our servers and to protect other users from malicious activity.
We evaluate and improve products and services by using statistical research. Only aggregated data
(disconnected from directly identifiable data) are used for this statistical research. The research
results are exclusively on aggregated level and can not be traced back to individuals.
To whom do we provide your data?
Endouble will only provide your personal data to third parties if a legal obligation exists (eg to the Tax
Authorities or a tracking authority).
Endouble stores data as much as possible within the EEA. In the incidental case where data is stored outside the EEA, a level of protection will be ensured that is at least at the level of the GDPR. Data will no longer be stored than necessary for the purposes for which this data were obtained. How long certain data are kept depends on the nature of the data and the purposes for which they are processed. This means the retention period can differ.
Data relating to an application will be removed or anonymized within 4 weeks after completion of the application process. After the retention period we will only use anonymized data for historical and statistical purposes. The 4-week period can be extended to one year if you give us permission. We will specifically ask for this.
Data relating to questions, comments and complaints will be removed after (final) settlement thereof.
Information provided due to interest in our products is kept for up to 2 years unless you previously indicate that you are no longer interested. In this case we will remove your personal data immediately.
Personal data used for sending “job alerts” with interesting vacancies, will be removed as soon as you indicate indicate (for example by the link in the email) that you no longer wish to make use of this service.
Data processed for sending the newsletter (blog) will be removed as soon as you indicate (for example by clicking on the ‘ unsubscribe’ link in the email) that you no longer wish to receive it.
Data relating to the security of our servers will be stored for at least 3 months and removed after about 1 year.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files. When visiting a website these will be saved on your computer. When visiting a website your browser checks whether these files are present and what your preferences are. Based on that, the website can apply your preferred settings.
A distinction is made between different kind of cookies.
Our website uses these cookies to ensure that the site functions properly:
– By remembering information entered in (contact) forms,
– By storing preferences such as language and location,
- Tracking the number of visitors on pages of our website;
- Keeping track of the amount of time visitors spend on our website;
- Determining the order in which visitors visit pages of our website;
- Improving the website.
Other / unforeseen cookies
Because of the way the internet and websites work, it may be that we do not always have insight into the cookies that are placed by third parties via our website. This is especially the case if our web pages contain so-called embedded (embedded) elements;
these are texts, documents, pictures or films that are stored with another party, but shown on, in or via our website.
Removal and refusal of cookies
Adjust your browser settings if you don’t want websites to place cookies on your computer so you get a warning before cookies are placed. You can also change the settings in a way that your browser refuses all cookies or only cookies from third parties. You can also delete cookies that have already been placed on your device. Make sure you adjust the settings for each browser and computer you use.
Be aware that if you do not allow cookies from our website, we are no longer able to guarantee that our website fully functions. Some functions of the site may be lost or you can no longer see certain parts.
How you can change these settings differs per browser (Internet Explorer, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera etc.). If necessary, consult the help function of the browser. If you want to switch off cookies from specific parties, you can do so via www.youronlinechoices.eu.
As a relation of Endouble, or visitor of our websites, you have the following rights under the General Data Protection Regulation:
Right of access
You have the right to ask Endouble whether your personal data are processed. Is this the case, you have the right to access this personal data.
Right to rectification
If it is clear that the data that Endouble processes are incorrect and/or incomplete, you can submit a request to correct or supplement the data.
Right to be forgotten
In some cases you have the right to have the personal data erased. Endouble will comply with these requests, provided no justified reasons remain for the processing (after the end of the aforementioned retention periods data will automatically be deleted, you do not have to take any action for this).
Right to restriction of processing
When a request is submitted, Endouble will only process the personal data with permission of the person to whom the data relates. An exception applies when Endouble needs the data for a legal claim. During this period (a reasonable period must be determined in consultation) the data will not be processed by Endouble.
Endouble informs every recipient, to whom personal data have been provided, of the rectification (correction or addition), erasure or limitation of processing. If you request for it, Endouble will provide information about the recipients of the personal data.
Right to data portability
At your request we can give you all personal data that you provided to Endouble in a structured, common and machine-readable format.
Right to object
Anyone whose personal data Endouble processes, has the right to object to this processing. Endouble will comply with this unless there are justified grounds to continue processing them.
Automated individual decision-making
You have the right not to be a subject to a decision based solely on automated processing with legal consequences or which otherwise produces legal effects that might affect you. An exception applies when that decision is necessary for the conclusion or execution of an agreement or based on explicit consent.
Endouble will make every effort to resolve a complaint in a satisfying way. If we can’t come to a solution together we would like to point out the right to submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DDPA). You can also file a complaint with the DDPA when you appeal to one of the above rights and Endouble doesn’t handle accordingly.
To use these rights we ask you to submit a request. This request can be submitted in writing as well as via the email. Endouble needs to verify the identity of the submitter of the request. If this is not Yet possible, Endouble will ask for additional information to determine your identity. For this reason, Endouble may ask for a previously emailed request to submit it in writing after all.
Endouble has four weeks, starting from the receipt of the request, to assess whether the request is justified. The request is assessed by the Data Protection Officer of Endouble. We will respond to the request within four weeks.
Endouble will not charge any costs to comply with the request. An exception applies when requests are unfounded or excessive (eg repeatedly submitting requests). In these cases, Endouble can decide to charge a reasonable administrative fee or refuse to comply with the request.
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