Online Assessments Nederland (hereinafter: “OAN”) respects the privacy of everyone whose personal data are processed by OAN, including those of visitors and users of the website www.onlineassessments.nl (hereafter: “the website”) and participants in the online tests that OAN makes available to its clients. OAN considers the careful handling of personal data of great importance. OAN will process your personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of 27 April 2016).
OAN processes personal data that you provide to OAN, such as:
- The use of the contact form on the website;
- Registering for the receipt of e-newsletters;
- The conclusion and execution of an agreement between you and OAN with regard to the provision of online testing by your employees and advice on these tests;
- Taking the aforementioned online tests as an employee as referred to above.
Personal data are processed and shared by OAN with third parties if and insofar as this is done with your permission or if and to the extent that this is necessary:
- To implement a contact request, whether or not through the website, an agreement concluded between you and OAN or the processing of your request to conclude an agreement between you and OAN.
The personal data provided by you to OAN will only be processed for the purposes for which you have provided this personal data, for example to be able to handle your contact request or request to conclude an agreement or to be able to execute an agreement concluded with you. “Agreement” in this sense must be interpreted broadly. For example, registration for the receipt of e-newsletters is also regarded as an “agreement”. If you have entered into an agreement with OAN, the personal data provided by you will only be processed if and insofar as this is necessary for the performance of the relevant agreement. If the personal data required in the context of a contract are not provided, OAN can not perform the relevant agreement properly.
If you, as an employee of an OAN client, participate in the online testing of OAN, you provide personal data to OAN. By providing personal data to OAN in this context, you give OAN permission to process this personal data for the following purposes:
- For the preparation and making available to you the online tests. This requires at least the following personal data: your first name, surname, gender, date of birth, email address and level of education;
- To invite you by e-mail for participation in online tests;
- Processing of your personal data that you have provided through the relevant test software to test results and test reports;
- Making a call agreement for feedback with regard to online tests. OAN uses an experienced psychologist for this feedback. The test results are therefore shared with the relevant psychologist, who is otherwise subject to the Professional Code for Psychologists (NIP Code of Conduct);
- Sharing the test report with you by e-mail.
For taking the online tests, OAN uses software operated by an external test provider. The online tests are offered by the relevant test provider through a secure web environment. The test provider receives the personal data provided and processed in the context of the online tests in an automated manner. The test results and other personal data that become available through the software can only be viewed by OAN and not by the operator of the software. Furthermore, your test results will only be shared with your employer if and insofar as you have expressly granted permission to OAN. OAN may also obtain this permission through your employer, in which case your employer will ensure that the permission has actually been granted by you.
- To comply with a legal obligation, for example to comply with a government order or to comply with OAN’s tax obligations.
- For the defense of the legitimate interests of OAN or of a third party, except when your interests or fundamental rights and fundamental freedoms that require the protection of personal data outweigh those interests.
For example, legitimate interests include the detection of (attempts to) unlawful and / or punishable conduct directed against OAN or third parties, for example in connection with the use of the website or the online test software. Furthermore, legitimate interests include the processing (including storage) of your personal data by the hosting provider of OAN in order to exploit the website and e-mail facilities of OAN and the storage of personal data in the context of online tests by means of a CRM cloud system.
If you, as an employee of an OAN client (your employer), take part in the online tests made available by OAN, your first and last name and permanent and / or mobile telephone number will be made available to OAN by your employer. This also concerns a legitimate interest. With this personal information, OAN can contact you by telephone for explanation and instruction regarding the online tests, making available to you the online tests, and in a certain case taking an online interview. Again, the personal data in question will only be processed insofar as this is necessary for the performance of the relevant agreement with your employer. In this context, OAN also receives information from the client about, among other things, the team, the organization and / or job profiles of the participants.
In all cases, only authorized employees of OAN have access to your personal data and only to the extent necessary to carry out the tasks assigned to them. This also applies to third parties to whom OAN provides personal data as described above. OAN will not sell your personal data under any circumstances. The persons who fall under the responsibility of OAN, as well as third parties engaged by OAN, are obliged to respect the confidentiality of your personal details. Insofar as OAN outsources the processing of your personal data to a third party, OAN will take the necessary steps to guarantee that your personal data are adequately protected. Such steps include, if and insofar as required by law, the handling of a processor agreement with such recipients to ensure that they take the same or similar technical and organizational measures as OAN, so that your personal data is adequately protected.
Cookies on the website
In addition, OAN collects analytical data for research in order to gain a better insight into the use of the website by its visitors. OAN uses Google Analytics for this. Analytical cookies help analyze how the website is used by collecting log data and visitor behavior on the website in an anonymous form. The data regarding the use of the website (including your IP address) will be sent to Google. This information is then used to evaluate the website use and to prepare statistical reports. Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or in so far as these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. OAN will never use the information from Google to collect personally identifiable information from the visitors. Neither OAN nor Google will associate an IP address with your identity as a computer user.
You have the right to request OAN to inspect, delete and rectify your personal data as well as to limit your processing. You also have the right to object to the processing and you are entitled to data portability.
Insofar as the processing of personal data is based on the permission obtained from you, you have the right to revoke this permission at any time, without this affecting the lawfulness of the processing on the basis of the permission before its withdrawal.
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority or in case you reside or are established in a country other than the Netherlands, the supervisory authority there.
Storage and storage of personal data
Personal data are only kept by OAN for as long as that is necessary for the purposes for which they were obtained. OAN implements appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect personal data against loss and against any form of unlawful processing. These measures ensure, taking into account the state of the art and the costs of implementation, an appropriate level of security in view of the risks involved in the processing and the nature of data to be protected. The measures are also aimed at preventing unnecessary processing of personal data.
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