Who are we?

PEAK-IT B.V. is based in Naarden, Gooimeer 6-19. We are responsible for the processing of your data.

What can you expect from us?

Your privacy is important to us. We therefore attach great importance to the careful and secure handling of the data of our candidates, flex workers, clients, employees, suppliers and visitors to our website. We do this in accordance with the privacy laws and regulations, including the General Data Protection Ordinance. We never sell your data to third parties. However, we do use the services of other parties who process data on our behalf. We conclude processing agreements with these parties so that they, too, handle your personal data with care. After all, we remain responsible for the protection of your data. In addition, we share data with other parties where we are required to do so by law, regulation or contractual provision. For example, with the tax authorities or another government agency. It may also be necessary to share your data with other parties as part of our services. For example, if we introduce you to a client. If we pass on personal data to organisations in countries outside the European Economic Area, such as our American parent company and affiliated ManpowerGroup companies, we will ensure that appropriate safeguards are in place for the protection of your data. Information about these appropriate guarantees can be found at the contact details at the bottom of this privacy statement. We do not keep your data longer than strictly necessary for the purpose for which it was obtained.

When do we process your personal data?

We will process your data from the moment that you:
  • visit one of our websites;
  • when you sign up for an event;
  • when you fill in your details on our website, for example by creating an account;
  • makes use of our services.
It is possible that we process your data that we did not obtain directly from you. Even then, we only process this data for a predetermined and justified purpose.

What we do with your data?

That depends on how we know you. When you visit our website, we process different data than when you work for us. We have taken this into account in the overview below. It is therefore possible that several categories apply to you. In addition, we also inform you how we handle your data in specific situations, for example when you visit an event. For certain processing operations, we ask for your permission in advance. If you do not give permission and/or object to this processing, this may affect the services we provide to you.

I visit the website

When you visit our website, we do not know you by name, but we do process personal data. For example, if you ask us a question via a form, but we also treat your IP address as personal data.
  • In order to give you an even better user experience and to better customise our offer to you, we will use your personal data if you give us permission to do so. We do this by using cookies and similar technology. More about this in our  cookie-policy.
  • If you contact us, for example via e-mail, social media or telephone, we may ask for your contact details. We do this in order to deal with your question or complaint and, if necessary, to contact you later with additional information. Your details will only be accessible to those within the organisation who are involved in the handling of your question or complaint.
  • We use various ICT tools, such as e-mail, to communicate with each other and with you. We keep a history of this as long as it is relevant for succession, accountability and security.
  • Read here also about our partnership with Wonderkind the Privacy & Cookie Statement LeadBoost.

I am a contact person of a client, supplier or other relation

In order to customise our services to your needs and to enter into a possible collaboration, we store your personal data.
  • In order to give you an even better user experience and to better tailor our offer to you, we will use your personal data if you give us permission to do so. We do this by using cookies and similar technology. More about this in our cookie-policy.
  • If you contact us, for example via e-mail, social media or telephone, we may ask for your contact details. We do this in order to deal with your question or complaint and, if necessary, to contact you later with additional information. Your details will only be accessible to those within the organisation who are involved in the handling of your question or complaint.
  • We use various ICT tools, such as e-mail, to communicate with each other and with you. We keep a history of this as long as it is relevant for succession, accountability and security.
  • In order for our IT systems to work and be protected, we process, among other things, the IP address and user data. We store this data for 6 months.
  • In the settlement of claims, it is necessary to use and retain the relevant personal data for as long as it is relevant.
  • In order to carry out internal controls, such as audits, we process relevant data from clients, employees and candidates.
  • In order to invoice and account for our services, we process relevant data.
  • For our financial administration and for the control and approval of invoices, we store relevant data.
  • We may use personal data for legal purposes.
  • To measure how customers, experience and use our services, we conduct surveys and enquiries.
  • With the help of analyses and reports, we continuously improve our services. We report on this to our clients. We avoid the use of personal data as much as possible, sometimes we are forced to use a limited number of data anyway. Where possible, we then merge data and make them anonymous, so that you cannot be recognised.

I'm looking for work

As soon as you leave your details on our website, register at a branch or use any other means to help us find a job, we will process the following data:
  • When you apply for a position or create an account for yourself on our website, we create a profile for you. In this profile, all relevant information for your application, such as knowledge and skills, will be stored. This allows us to assess your application. We keep this information until the procedure has been completed. After that, if you give your permission, we will use this data for another year to look for a suitable job for you.
  • As part of your application process, we will request references from the contact persons provided by you. We keep this information for the duration of the procedure or up to 1 year after your permission.
  • In order to give you an even better user experience and to better tailor our offer to you, we will use your personal data if you give us permission to do so. We do this by using cookies and similar technology. More about this in our cookie-policy.
  • If you contact us, for example via e-mail, social media or telephone, we may ask for your contact details. We do this in order to deal with your question or complaint and, if necessary, to contact you later with additional information. Your details will only be accessible to those within the organisation who are involved in the handling of your question or complaint.
  • We use various ICT tools, such as e-mail, to communicate with each other and with you. We keep a history of this as long as it is relevant for succession, accountability and security.
  • In order for our IT systems to work and be protected, we process, among other things, the IP address and user data. We store this data for 6 months.
  • In the settlement of claims, it is necessary to use and retain the relevant personal data for as long as it is relevant.
  • In order to carry out internal controls, such as audits, we process relevant data from clients, employees and candidates.
  • We may use personal data for legal purposes.
  • To measure how you experience and use our services, we conduct surveys and inquiries.

I work as a self-employed person

When you, as a self-employed person, have accepted an assignment through us, we process personal data. For example, when preparing the invoice.
  • Because you work with us, we store your personal data. We do this in order to comply with contractual agreements. If we are legally obliged to do so, we will share this information with government agencies. We use a statutory retention period of 7 years after the end of your employment.
  • In order to carry out internal controls, such as audits, we process relevant data from clients, employees and candidates.
  • In order to be able to pay your invoice, we process your invoice and bank details. We store this data for 7 years due to legal obligations.
  • We need your contact and bank details to process business claims. We do this to fulfill our contractual obligations. We use a statutory retention period of 7 years after the end of your employment.
  • In the settlement of claims, it is necessary to use and retain the relevant personal data for as long as it is relevant.
  • We use various ICT tools, such as e-mail, to communicate with each other and with you. We keep a history of this as long as it is relevant for succession, accountability and security.
  • In order to be able to account for our invoices to our clients and to comply with contractual obligations, we keep a timekeeping record. We use your personal data for this purpose. We use a statutory retention period of 7 years.
  • If you use one of our business laptops and/or mobile phones, we will store your personal data. We store this data for up to 7 years after the end of your contract.
  • In order for our IT systems to work and be protected, we process, among other things, the IP address and user data. We store this data for 6 months.
  • In order to invoice and account for our services, we process relevant data.
  • For our financial administration and for the control and approval of invoices, we store relevant data.
  • To secure access to our systems, we store your username, business contact information and the organization you work for. We store information about your activities for up to 6 months.
  • In order to learn from each other and to work together, we offer opportunities for internal knowledge sharing. Your name, contact details and position are then shared.
  • We may use personal data for legal purposes.
  • To measure how customers, experience and use our services, we conduct surveys and inquiries.
  • With the help of analyses and reports, we continuously improve our services. We report on this to our clients. We avoid the use of personal data as much as possible, sometimes we are forced to use a limited number of data anyway. Where possible, we then merge data and make them anonymous, so that you cannot be recognised.
  • For security reasons, you use an access pass. We store this data according to the legal retention period of up to 6 months.
  • In order to deploy you for a client and possibly via an intermediary, we store a number of relevant data about you. If necessary, we will share this information with an intermediary and/or client. We store your data for up to 7 years after the end of your contract.
  • As soon as you start working, we will share information about you with the client. For example, to create an access pass for you or to get the right size of workwear ready. This can differ per client.
  • In order to pay your invoice, we keep a time record. We use a statutory retention period of 7 years.

Automated decision-making

We do make use of processes in which automated decision-making takes place. This decision making is based on interests and website use and is important for us to inform you as specifically as possible. The possible consequences of the decision making are that we contact you. If you are of the opinion that the way in which this decision is made has adverse consequences for you, please contact marketing@peak-it.nl. After all, it is never our intention to treat you incorrectly in any way.

Permission

Have you given (explicit) permission to process your data? Then you have the right to revoke this consent at any time. Please note: if you revoke your consent, the previous processing of data that we have done with your consent will remain lawful.

What are your rights?

You have the right to:
  • to know what personal data we have recorded about you;
  • to have your personal data modified or removed;
  • request a restriction on the processing of your personal data;
  • ask us to transfer your personal data to another party;
  • to object. If you object to a processing of your personal data that we deem necessary to protect our interests, this may have consequences for the way in which we carry out our services;
  • object to the processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes;
  • not to be subjected to a decision based solely on automated processing (including profiling) which has legal consequences for you or a major effect on you;
  • file a complaint with the Personal Data Authority (or any other supervisory authority) about the way in which we handle your personal data.

About this privacy statement

We may amend this privacy statement, for example if we are going to process more or other personal data about you, or if we are obliged to do so under privacy laws and regulations. We advise you to take note of any changes on a regular basis. Previous versions of the privacy statement can be requested at any time. This version was made on May 24, 2018.

Do you have a question or request?

Do you have a question about the security of your personal data or do you want to make a request? Please contact us at dataprivacy@manpowergroup.nl or call 020-6602222. If you have any complaints, please contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO) directly. Name                             :        Mark Appelman E-mail address           :        dpo@manpowergroup.nl Postal address            :        Diemerhof 16 1112XN Diemen Manpowergroup Nederland intended for the attention of the Data Protection Officer

Report data breach

Do you think you have found a weakness in one of our websites or systems? Or has the security of personal data been compromised? Please contact the privacy team at dataprivacy@manpowergroup.nl or call 020-6602222. We ask you not to distribute this information further and to help ensure that the impact on data subjects is kept to a minimum.