1. What is personal data
Personal data says something about you. Think, for example, of your name, address, date of birth or account number. Nukamel collects your personal data when, for example, you send a letter or e-mail or call our employees. You also provide us with personal data if you visit the Nukamel website or if you leave your details there or with our office or employees. Furthermore, personal data may be collected in the context of a (potential) customer or business relationship with Nukamel.
2. The types of personal data we process
We may collect and process the following categories of personal data:
- a) Name and other identity details
- For example, we collect your name, title, gender, address, email address and specific information in the context of job applications via our recruitment pages. (see 2.2)
- b) Your contact details and details about your personal account or registration
- Your contact details may include your address, telephone number and email address. If you register for a particular service or create a personal account, Nukamel may also record your login details and other information that you enter on the account or registration form. For customers, we also collect information about the company, such as the name, address, delivery address and location of the company.
- c) Our communication with you
- If you send us an e-mail or otherwise communicate with us, we will register this... For example, if you subscribe or unsubscribe from one of our newsletters. When you call us, our employee will record your questions or complaints in our database.
- d) Information we collect when you use our website, apps and other digital media
2.2 Specific information in the context of job applications
In the context of applications, the following information may be requested, among other things: name, address, date of birth, e-mail address, telephone number, motivation, LinkedIn profile, CV including any information mentioned therein, lists of marks, assessment forms (with regard to previous internships or positions), references .
3. How do we collect your data
- Nukamel collects the aforementioned categories of personal data in the following ways. We collect data that you provide to us.
- We also share your personal data - under certain conditions - with these third parties (See point 5 'Giving access or sharing data with third parties').
4. What do we use your data for?
Nukamel uses your personal data for efficient and effective business operations, delivery of products and services. We also use your personal data to:
- Nukamel processes personal data for the performance of agreements and for maintaining relationships with customers, suppliers and other involved parties. For example, Nukamel records the name and address details of a customer or its representatives and Nukamel adjusts these details when changes are made. Nukamel bases this processing on the performance of an agreement or on its legitimate interests, since maintaining relationships is necessary in the context of normal business operations.
- In order to be able to carry out marketing activities, Nukamel processes personal data of (potential) relations, such as address details, e-mail address, company and sector data and your visit to our website. Where necessary, personal data is processed in this context on the basis of permission. For direct marketing purposes, personal data of relationships are processed on the basis of legitimate interest as these activities are considered part of Nukamel's normal business operations.
- Contact details of relations may be processed for communication purposes, such as providing relevant information about products and/or services via a newsletter, the website, participating in promotions or otherwise and providing information regarding events, for example. Prior permission is requested for the provision of information via a newsletter. Nukamel may also provide (financial) information to shareholders, analysts, the press and/or others who have provided their contact details with Nukamel for this purpose on the basis of permission. of Nukamel.
- In order to improve the service, personal data of customers, such as reports on the delivery of products and services, visit reports, company reports or technical (company and animal) results (including feed conversion data in combination with company number), are used for internal analyzes and to measure and improve product and business performance. The basis for this processing is legitimate interest, as the processing is necessary in the context of Nukamel's normal business operations.
- Application procedures by post or e-mail leave behind various data (see point 2.2). Based on this data, Nukamel can assess whether a jobseeker is invited for an interview.
- For example, invoice and payment data are processed for administrative purposes and to comply with legal obligations. The basis of this processing is the performance of an agreement.
- To protect people (such as visitors and employees), information, buildings and products, for example, visitors to our locations are asked to leave their name and company details. Camera surveillance can be used in the Nukamel factories. In this case, personal data is processed on the basis of Nukamel's legitimate interest in security.
5. Giving access or sharing your data with third parties
We never sell your personal data to other parties. We do share your data with others if this is necessary for the fulfillment of an agreement to which you are a party.
- This is required by law, a court order or an order from a competent supervisory authority.
- You give permission for this.
- Nukamel or a third party has a legitimate interest that justifies the sharing of the personal data.
- This is in the public interest.
6. Security and Custody
Nukamel has taken the necessary technical and organizational security measures to protect your personal data against loss or unlawful use.
7. Your rights
Logging in and out, unsubscribing and the right to object.
You can unsubscribe from these commercial e-mails and the e-mails relevant to you at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the e-mail or by contacting us (see point 6 for 'Your rights') . You can object to the use of your personal data for direct marketing purposes at any time.
By contacting us you can invoke all rights you have under applicable privacy legislation, including the right (1) to access your data, (2) to rectify your personal data, (3) to delete of your personal data, (4) to restrict the processing of your data, (5) the right to data portability and (6) the right to object to processing.
You can withdraw your consent at any time by following the specific instructions regarding the processing for which you have given your consent. Or you can contact us at email@example.com.
If you have any questions or would like information about the processing of your personal data or this Privacy Statement, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org