Privacy Policy 

Privacy is serious business

Brunel International N.V., including its subsidiaries (hereinafter referred to as: "Brunel") is a business services provider specialising in the flexible deployment of knowledge and capacity.

The careful handling and protection of your personal data is important to Brunel. Brunel is responsible for processing personal data, as described in this privacy statement. This privacy statement applies to candidates, employees, representatives of business relationships and users of Brunel’s digital media. This privacy statement explains which personal data Brunel processes, for what purpose and how this is done. It also explains the rights you have and how you can exercise them.

Brunel processes personal data for various purposes. Brunel only processes personal data if it has a legal basis for processing.

The links below provide an overview of the types of data that Brunel processes and the purpose and legal basis of the processing.

If you use Brunel's website and other digital media, Brunel may process the personal data below. Brunel processes your personal data only if and to the extent necessary for the specific processing purpose.

name
telephone number
email address (work/private)
title

social media account
social media contact
social media history

account profile
account profile name
profile photograph
duration of website visit
clicking behaviour
data transfer
cookie information
IP address
website history
device ID
device type
browser type
IMEI number

account number/account name
account password
user account creation date

other information you voluntarily provide
other information necessary to communicate with you via digital media

Brunel processes personal data to ensure the operation of digital media and to optimise the use and user experience of digital media. Moreover, it is necessary to process personal data in order to communicate with you.

If the processing of your personal data by Brunel is consent-based, that means you have given Brunel your consent to process your personal data or you have voluntarily provided Brunel with information. You are not obliged to give your consent to the processing of your personal data.

Brunel processes your personal data to achieve Brunel's business objectives. Brunel also processes personal data provided by your browser solely for the purpose of identifying, limiting and preventing attacks on the website. You are not obliged to have your personal data processed. You can object to the processing of your personal data. Brunel will cease processing your personal data unless Brunel's interests are paramount.

Brunel may process the following personal data for the recruitment and selection of candidates. Brunel processes your personal data only if and to the extent necessary for the specific processing purpose.

name
(previous) address
telephone number
email address (work/private)
title

name
date of birth/age
place of birth
sex
height
weight
marital status
nationality
candidate number

reference checks
declaration of integrity
certificates
driving citations

academic degree
transcript
education and training
language skills
expertise
work experience
qualifications/accreditations
certificate
category of driving licence

assessment and psychological testing
information gained from application procedure
work history
opinion about current/past employments
business unit
line/reporting manager
motivation
availability
preferred geographical area of work
preferred means of transport
income/expectation of income
bonus payments
declaration of integrity
details of expenses

social media account
social media contact
social media history

account number/account name
account password
user account creation date

account profile
account profile name
profile photograph
duration of website visit
clicking behaviour
data transfer
cookie information
IP address
website history
device ID
device type
browser
IMEI number

other information you voluntarily provide
other information necessary for recruiting and selecting candidates

Brunel processes personal data for the recruitment, selection, and assessment of (potential) candidates for a vacancy existing within Brunel and/or its clients and to communicate with you.

If the processing of your personal data by Brunel is consent-based, that means you have given Brunel your consent to process your personal data or you have voluntarily provided Brunel with information. You are not obliged to give your consent to the processing of personal data.

Processing of personal data is necessary to fill vacancies that Brunel, as well as its clients, may have. You are not under an obligation to have your personal data processed, but this will result in your job application not being processed.

name
(previous) address
telephone number
email address (work/private)
title
contact details in case of emergency

name
date of birth/age
place of birth
sex
height
weight
marital status
nationality
(passport) photo
personnel number/employee number
signature

passport and document number
identity card and document number
driving licence number and document number
visa and document number
work permits and document number
national identification number

background screening
reference checks
certificates
driving citations
alcohol and drugs test

academic degree
transcript
education and training
language skills
expertise
work experience
qualifications/accreditations
certificate
category of driving licence

assessment and psychological testing
information gained from application procedure
work history
opinion about current/past employments
job title/role
availability
working hours
preferred geographical area of work
conditions of employment
income/expectation of income
start date
type of contract
work location
business unit
line/reporting manager
records of absence and hours worked
disciplinary actions
information about the working environment
declaration of integrity and declaration of confidentiality
type of leave
duration of incapacity for work
reintegration rules
vehicle details for a lease car
details of business trips
details of expenses
corporate credit/debit card
complaints
appraisals
information relating to accidents in the workplace
claims for damages
attachment of wages or third-party debt order
end date of the employment contract and the reason for termination
report on appraisal interview
exit interview and comments
membership of a professional association
membership of a trade union
church community membership

salary details
salary payments
bonus payments
bank account number
credit card number
tax rate
information on workplace pensions

name of parents
name of partner
children's name

social media account
social media contact
social media history

account profile
account profile name
profile photograph
duration of website visit
clicking behaviour
data transfer
cookie information
IP address
website history
device ID
device type
browser
IMEI number

account number/account name
account password
user account creation date

other information you voluntarily provide
other information necessary for the performance of employment contracts

name
address
telephone number
email address (work/private)
title

name
date of birth/age
place of birth
sex
height
weight
marital status
nationality
(passport) photo
personnel number/employee number
signature

passport and document number
identity card and document number
driving licence number and document number
visa and document number
work permits and document number
national identification number

background screening
reference checks
certificates
alcohol and drugs test

academic degree
transcript
education and training
language skills
expertise
work experience
qualifications/accreditations
certificate
category of driving licence

assessment and psychological testing
information gained from application procedure
work history
opinion about current/past employments
job title/role
availability
working hours
preferred geographical area of work
conditions of employment
income/expectation of income
start date
type of contract
work location
business unit
line/reporting manager
records of absence and hours worked
disciplinary actions
information about the working environment
declaration of integrity and declaration of confidentiality
information relating to accidents in the workplace
duration of incapacity for work
details of business trips
details of expenses
complaints
appraisals
claims for damages
attachment of wages or third-party debt order
membership of a professional association
union membership

salary details
payments
bank account number

social media account
social media contact
social media history

account number/account name
account password
user account creation date

other information you voluntarily provide
other information necessary for the performance of contracts for services

name
address
telephone number
email address (work/private)
title

name
date of birth/age
place of birth
sex
height
weight
marital status
nationality
(passport) photo
personnel number/employee number
signature

passport and document number
identity card and document number
driving licence number and document number
visa and document number
work permits and document number
national identification number

background screening
reference checks
certificates
alcohol and drugs test

academic degree
transcript
education and training
language skills
expertise
work experience
qualifications/accreditations
certificate
category of driving licence

assessment and psychological testing
information gained from application procedure
work history
opinion about current/past employments
job title/role
availability
working hours
preferred geographical area of work
conditions of employment
income/expectation of income
start date
type of contract
work location
business unit
line/reporting manager
records of absence and hours worked
disciplinary actions
information about the working environment
declaration of integrity and declaration of confidentiality
information relating to accidents in the workplace
duration of incapacity for work
details of business trips
details of expenses
complaints
appraisals
claims for damages
attachment of wages or third-party debt order
membership of a professional association
union membership

salary details
payments
bank account number

social media account
social media contact
social media history

account number/account name
account password
user account creation date

other information you voluntarily provide
other information necessary for the performance of contracts for services

Brunel processes personal data for the performance of employment contracts and contracts for services. Furthermore, the processing of personal data is necessary for the purposes of keeping proper records, complying with legal obligations and communicating with you.

The processing of your personal data is necessary so that we can fulfil our contractual obligations towards you. You are obliged to give your consent to the processing of your personal data. Brunel cannot fulfil its contractual obligations unless Brunel can process your personal data. When collecting your personal data, Brunel will inform you about the data you are obliged to provide.

Brunel is legally obliged to keep proper records. You must give your consent to the processing of your personal data in cases where your personal data must be processed so that we can comply with our legal obligations. When collecting your personal data, Brunel will let you know which personal data you are obliged to provide.

Brunel processes your personal data to achieve Brunel's business objectives. You are not obliged to have your personal data processed. You can object to the processing of your personal data. Brunel will stop processing your personal data unless Brunel's interests are paramount.

name
address
telephone number
email address (work/private)
title
business unit
line/reporting manager

account number/account name
account password
user account creation date

other information you voluntarily provide
other information necessary for contractual performance and managing business relations

Brunel processes personal data for the purpose of making offers, entering into and maintaining business relationships, fulfilling contractual obligations, informing relationships about Brunel's services and other activities, as well as for the purpose of receiving information and offers from business relationships.

If the processing of your personal data by Brunel is consent-based, that means you have given Brunel your consent to process your personal data or you have voluntarily provided Brunel with information. You are not obliged to give your consent to the processing of personal data.

The processing of your personal data is necessary so that we can fulfil our contractual obligations towards you. You are obliged to give your consent to the processing of your personal data. Brunel cannot fulfil its contractual obligations unless Brunel can process your personal data. When collecting your personal data, Brunel will inform you about the data you are obliged to provide.

Brunel is legally obliged to keep proper records. You are obliged to give your consent to the processing of your personal data where this is necessary so that Brunel can comply with its legal obligations. When collecting your personal data, Brunel will inform you about the data you are obliged to provide.

Brunel has an interest in processing personal data in the context of entering into and maintaining business relationships, because these processing operations are necessary for commercial activities. You can object to the processing of your personal data. Brunel will stop processing your personal data unless Brunel's interests are paramount.

name
address
telephone number
email address (work/private)
title

name
date of birth/age
place of birth
sex
marital status
nationality
signature

academic degree
transcript
education and training
language skills
expertise
work experience
qualifications/accreditations
certificate
category of driving licence

social media account
social media contact
social media history

account profile
account profile name
profile photograph
duration of website visit
clicking behaviour
data transfer
cookie information
IP address
website history
device ID
device type
browser type
IMEI number

unauthorised and improper conduct
video footage
access logs

other information you voluntarily provide
other information necessary to achieve business objectives

Brunel processes personal data in order to encourage and communicate with candidates, employees, representatives of business relations and users of Brunel's websites and social media. Personal data are also processed in order to organise events.

Brunel processes personal data for legitimate business processes, such as improving services, maintaining quality standards and certifications, as well as generating management information and management reports. Personal data are also processed in the context of applying for subsidies, premium discounts, etc., and for carrying out checks and satisfaction surveys. Brunel also processes personal data to promote and maintain access security and business security.

If the processing of your personal data by Brunel is consent-based, that means you have given Brunel your consent to process your personal data or you have voluntarily provided Brunel with information. You are not obliged to give your consent to the processing of personal data.

Brunel processes your personal data to achieve Brunel's business objectives. You are not obliged to have your personal data processed. You can object to the processing of your personal data. Brunel will stop processing your personal data unless Brunel's interests are paramount.

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, tablet or mobile phone when you visit a website. Information about the website visit is stored in these cookies. When subsequently visiting the website, a visitor can be recognized through the use of cookies. Cookies can contain personal data. Brunel processes personal data on a legal basis only. You can find the complete list of cookies here.

Sharing within Brunel
Brunel only shares personal data with Brunel employees if they are authorised to access these data. All employees are subject to confidentiality.

Sharing with clients
Brunel shares the personal data of candidates and employees with its clients.

Sharing with processors
Brunel may engage suppliers who process personal data on behalf of Brunel. In such cases Brunel will enter into data processing agreements with the same. Brunel assesses in advance the security measures suppliers have in place, as well as compliance with privacy regulations and the conformity of processor agreements; these areas are then monitored periodically.

Sharing with other responsible parties
Brunel works with external parties that offer services, which may cause an exchange of personal data. Brunel requires that these parties safely process such personal data.

Brunel only discloses personal data at the request of the police and the authorities if there is a legal requirement.

Yes. Brunel has made arrangements in an Inter Group Agreement regarding the transfer of personal data to its subsidiaries located in countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA).

When transferring to third parties in countries outside the EEA for which an adequacy decision has not been adopted, Brunel uses standard contractual clauses to ensure that personal data are adequately protected.

Brunel does not retain personal data longer than necessary for fulfilling the purposes for which the personal data were collected. In some cases, Brunel is required by law to retain personal data for a longer period of time. Brunel adheres to the legal retention periods. After the retention period has expired, or following successful deletion requests, Brunel will delete the personal data from its systems.

Brunel retains data for the following retention periods:

  • Recruitment and selection from external sources: data obtained by Brunel in the context of recruitment and selection will be retained for a maximum of 28 days, unless you consent to have your personal data retained for a longer period.

  • If consent has been given to the processing of personal data: two years after the consent was granted. Once two years have passed, Brunel will ask you every year for your consent to the processing of your personal data.

You can exercise the following rights with regard to the processing of your personal data:

  • Withdrawal of the consent you have given to the processing of your personal data;
  • Access to your personal data;
  • Correction of your personal data if there are inaccuracies;
  • Deletion of your personal data, if these data are no longer needed by Brunel;
  • Objection to the processing of your personal data on the basis of a legitimate interest of Brunel or another controller, if you have serious reasons for making such an objection;
  • Restriction of the processing of your personal data in cases determined by law;
  • Data transfer of your personal data that have been provided to Brunel in the cases determined by law;
  • Complaint about the processing of personal data by Brunel to the national supervisory authority.

Some rights can be exercised at all times; other rights can only be exercised under certain conditions. For example, Brunel cannot grant the request of a data subject to delete it’s personal data if there is a legal obligation to retain such personal data for a certain period of time.

If you have a My Brunel account, you can exercise some of the above rights through My Brunel. You can also contact the Brunel privacy team via privacy@brunel.net or via +31 20 312 50 00.

You can also use this link exercise your rights in order to exercise your rights.

 

Brunel's infrastructure is constantly monitored. Threats or attacks can be detected and tackled at an early stage. In addition, Brunel's infrastructure is scanned for viruses, malicious software and break-in attempts. Brunel’s infrastructure and security processes are regularly audited. Brunel sends personal data via a secure internet connection.

Access is restricted to Brunel employees for whom the processing of personal data is necessary in the performance of their tasks. Employees are trained annually to ensure the safe handling of personal data. Brunel has policies and procedures in place for reporting data breaches.

If you have any questions about this privacy statement, please contact Brunel's head office in Amsterdam using the following contact details:

Brunel International N.V.
John M. Keynesplein 33
1066 EP Amsterdam
The Netherlands
+31 20 312 50 00

The Brunel privacy team can be reached via the above telephone number or via e-mail privacy@brunel.net.

If you want to report a (possible) data security breach, click here privacy@brunel.net.

Amendment to privacy statement

Brunel may amend this privacy statement. This page was last amended on 1 June 2019.