Plantrekkers declares that it complies with the Belgian privacy legislation for the processing of personal data, as well as the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation applicable from 25 May 2018 (hereinafter GDPR). For more information, please consult the website of the Belgian Privacy Authority.
What is meant by the processing of personal data?
Personal data is any data relating to a person who can be identified, directly or indirectly. Processing of personal data includes all types of personal data operations such as collection, consultation, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or modification, ...
How do we collect your personal data and what personal data do we collect and process?
We collect personal data in different ways and during different occasions, for example during a telephone conversation; when you send us an e-mail or letter; during a meeting; when you visit our website, when we check publicly available information, ...
Data that we collect directly:
To know who you are: name, first name, function, ...
To contact you: telephone number, e - mail address,
What education, skills or experience you have, such as the information in your CV
Public data and data we collect indirectly:
This may include data that is subject to publication obligations, such as the publication of your appointment as a director of a company or data that you yourself have made public, such as information on your website, etc.
Why are these personal data processed and what is the legal basis for the processing?
Depending on the situation, Plantrekkers needs certain information from you to offer certain services. The information that Plantrekkers requests and with which we can identify you is called personal data.
Below, you can find out for each situation why Plantrekkers requests this personal data and for what purpose your personal data will be used.
Your data will - where necessary - be used for the following purposes:
For customer contacts or prospects during an initial or subsequent contact with Plantrekkers:
Your identity and contact details, including all other relevant information required to be able to offer our services and/or to properly establish and execute the agreement we enter into with you.
For suppliers of services and/or goods:
Your identity and contact details, including any other relevant information required to verify your offer, to establish and execute the agreement you enter into with us in the correct manner.
For plant tractors/ candidate plant tractors:
Your identity and contact details, including any other relevant information to enable us to verify your offer and to properly establish and execute the employment contract we conclude with you. This includes your CV, any cover letter and comments made during the introductory meeting, as well as any evaluation forms processed.
For direct marketing purposes (i.e. newsletters):
The information mentioned above, after your explicit consent (opt-in)
If you contact us: your identity and contact details, including any other relevant information for the purpose of our communication.
We also collect and process data to comply with any legal obligations to which we are subject or to respect our legitimate interests within the limits of GDPR.
The personal data collected will be processed administratively and in a responsible manner.
If you do not want your personal data to be processed, it will not be possible to perform the services for which you and Plantrekkers are contractually bound.
What are your rights?
You have the following rights in relation to your personal data at all times
Right of access and inspection
Right to rectification, deletion and restriction
Right of objection
Right to data transfer: you have the right to request and/or transfer to others the personal data processed by us in a structured, standard and machine-readable form.
Right to withdraw consent: insofar as the processing is based on your prior consent, you have the right to withdraw that consent. If you no longer wish to receive our mailings, newsletters, etc., you can unsubscribe by using the opt-out link in the mailing/newsletter or request this by emailing GDPR@plantrekkers.nu.
Exercising your rights: you can exercise your rights by sending an e-mail to GDPR@plantrekkers.nu or by sending a letter to Amerikalei 235 bus 1, 2000 Antwerp.
Drukpersstraat 35, 1000 Brussel
+32 (0)2 274 48 00
+32 (0)2 274 48 35
Your personal data will be kept for as long as necessary. Personal data of customers/prospects or candidate/employees are kept as long as they are deemed relevant for offering our services or completing a job application.
Transfer to third parties:
Your personal data will not be sold, rented, distributed or otherwise made commercially available to third parties.
Your personal data will not be transferred to third parties, except:
To our successors and other actual or future affiliated companies of Plantrekkers for the same reasons and for the same purposes as mentioned above
When it is necessary for the execution of our services on the same grounds and for the same purposes as mentioned above
When transfer is necessary to comply with a legal obligation to which we are subject
For wage administration or tax administration
When it is necessary for the execution of a contract that binds us
For Plantrekkers / candidate Plantrekkers
Some personal data that we process from you may be passed on to third parties. This concerns the following data:
Your CV (first name only), i.e. when we - after your approval - send your profile to our client
When Plantrekkers has entered into a contractual agreement with you within the framework of an interim or project management assignment that you will carry out with one of our clients:
Your name and first name, your date of birth, your telephone number, your e-mail address and other relevant information.
Security and confidentiality:
We have implemented and adapted security measures in order to prevent, technically and organisationally, the destruction, loss, falsification, alteration, unauthorised access or notification of third parties, collected personal data and any other unauthorised processing of these data.
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