Your privacy, our policy
Every day, we put 100% effort into supporting professionals in their career development and into helping our clients deploy the right employees.
To do our work for you, we need certain personal information. We think it is important that you know how we handle your personal data, so that you can trust that your details are in good hands with us. After all, your privacy is at stake and there should be no ambiguity about that. You can read all this in our privacy statement, which applies to LinkedLabels and all the companies that fall under LinkedLabels (including NRG-Office).
1. Collection of personal data
We collect personal data from our own employees and individuals who (may) work for or with LinkedLabels. Specifically, we collect this personal data for the purposes of:
- Recruitment of our own employees;
- Recruitment of persons seconded to external clients;
- Recruitment of individuals on behalf of external clients, to be employed by external clients;
- Secondment (bringing client and seconded person together);
- Maintaining our personnel records;
- Own business operations;
- Marketing purposes, including operation of the websites;
- Renting out the Bakhuis, meeting location in Nijmegen.
Legally, the basis for this data processing by LinkedLabels is the ‘legitimate interest to carry out its regular business functions’. If, in our opinion, this legal basis is insufficient, we explicitly ask the data subject’s permission to process their data. In the case of personnel administration, the law often requires us to collect or share personal data with other parties, such as the Tax Office.
We always apply the principle that we do not ask for more data than necessary, and we do not keep data longer than necessary. Our Privacy Officer (Anke) oversees this.
2. Sharing personal data with others
LinkedLabels may share personal data of individuals working for LinkedLabels or otherwise connected with LinkedLabels with other parties. These include:
- (Potential) clients or employers;
- Government agencies (such as the tax authorities);
- Suppliers (when they manage applications, for example);
- Police and Judicial authorities (only on the basis of a court order or judgement).
We only share personal data with third parties if there is a legitimate reason to do so. This may be the performance of the agreement with persons working for LinkedLabels, a legal obligation or a legitimate interest in our business operations. We always inform the person concerned, before we share personal data, unless the law prohibits us from doing so.
LinkedLabels does not transfer personal data to parties based outside the European Union.
3. Your rights
Would you like to know what personal data Linkedlabels has collected about you? Do we have incorrect data or do you want your personal data to no longer be known to LinkedLabels? If so, please send a substantiated request to our Privacy Officer. Even in the case of this request, we are careful. That is why we ask you to identify yourself so that we can be sure you are who you say you are. After identification, we will try to comply with your request within four weeks. If we do need more time to do so, we will let you know as soon as possible.
Certain data collected by LinkedLabels is subject to a statutory retention period. This means that we are not allowed to delete some data, but also that we discard data after that retention period has expired. In the latter case, we can no longer provide this data to you after the expiry of that retention period.
LinkedLabels protects your personal data with technical measures and by making clear agreements with its employees and parties with whom LinkedLabels collaborates. This not only protects your personal data against theft and external interference, but we also ensure that only those employees can view the data which they need to do their work.
LinkedLabels does not sell any data to third parties.
5. Data breaches
Despite LinkedLabels’s best efforts to keep personal data secure, it may happen that personal data accidentally ends up in the wrong hands or is at risk of falling into the wrong hands. Linkedlabels has a Data Breach Protocol for this situation. This protocol describes how LinkedLabels acts in the event of a data leak. Our starting point is always to plug the leak as quickly as possible, minimise the damage to those involved and prevent a recurrence.
Do you think you have discovered a data leak in our systems? If so, please report this to our Privacy Officer.
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7. More information, complaints and questions
If you have any questions or additions after reading this privacy statement, or if you are not satisfied with the way LinkedLabels handles your personal data, please contact our Privacy Officer, Anke Berden firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have a complaint and are we unable to resolve it together? Then you can file your complaint with the Personal Data Authority.
We can always change our privacy statement, for example if something changes in the law or in case law or in case of developments concerning our business activities.
This privacy statement was adopted by the director of LinkedLabels dated 07 September 2018.