Wiertz Family Privacy Policy

Wiertz Family operates a strict privacy policy. We take your privacy seriously and we handle your personal information carefully. This privacy policy indicates how we deal with the information of prospects, employees, customers and partners.

Personal data
All (personal) data collected via telephone, application forms and other ways is obtained only through voluntary submission.

Use of data
Data collected will be used to approach our prospects, customers, partners and flex workers about important developments in our services, about new products, vacancies and services offered by Wiertz Family, about commercial offers and for market research.

Storage of data
Data collected is stored in our own business relationship management system. This system is highly secure. The data will never be made available to third parties. Data will not be lent out, rented or sold, nor published in any way.

Amendments to data
A link to unsubscribe from Wiertz Family email communications is included in the email newsletter and other mailings. You can also update your personal details via ‘change profile’. You have the right at all times to see any data held on you. Wiertz Family will remove you from its system upon request. You can do this by contacting us.

Additional General Conditions
Download the delivery conditions for employers

Contact
Please contact us if you have any queries or remarks regarding this privacy policy. Contact details are below.

Wiertz Family
Bergstein 1924
Poststraat 19, 6461 AW, Kerkrade (NL)

T: +31 (0)45 56 39 242
M: info@wiertzfamily.com

Changes to the privacy policy
Wiertz Family reserves the right to change this privacy policy. Any changes will be implemented on this page. This page was last modified on 5-10-2011.

Cookies

General
What are cookies and how can they be used?
What type of cookies are there?
What type of cookies do we use?
What happens if I do not accept cookies?
How can I opt out of cookies?

1. General
On 5 June 2012, new regulations came into force with regard to the use of so-called ‘cookies’ on web pages. These rules have been incorporated into Article 11.7a of the Telecommunications Act (TA). The new regulations also concern your privacy, and of course your privacy is vital to us. On this page you will find more information about these new regulations and how we use cookies. Despite the ‘cookie law’ being in force since 5 June, it is not yet entirely clear for parties involved how exactly the new regulations will work in practice. We will closely monitor developments and take the necessary steps as required to comply with the new regulations. We use cookies to improve your ease of use on our website. Below you will find further explanation about cookies, what they are used for and how you can opt out of cookies, if you wish.

2. What are cookies and how can they be used?

Cookies are text files with small amounts of information placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Cookies have different functions: they ensure that you can navigate effectively through the website; they remember your preferences making subsequent visits to the site easier; they can ensure that online marketing is tailored to your interests. Cookies are not dangerous. They are not computer programs and they cannot be used for distributing computer viruses. Cookies are entirely secure and cannot be used to retrieve your private data or passwords from your computer.

3. What type of cookies exist?
1st party cookie:
First party cookies are placed when the visitor opens the website. First party cookies can be: necessary, functional, or performance (see functionalities below).

3rd party cookie:
Third party cookies follow the visitors from website to website with the aim of constructing a ‘profile’. Third party cookies are mainly used for targeting and are confined to the Wiertz Family website.

The cookies can relate to one of the following functionalities:

Necessary:
These cookies are required to surf websites and use their functions. Without these cookies, facilities such as shopping baskets and electronic payment would simply not operate properly.

Functional:
These cookies allow websites to remember the choices you made whilst surfing. For example, the cookies are used for storing preferences such as text size and font. The information collected with these cookies cannot be used to reveal your identity.

Performance:
These cookies collect information about your surfing behaviour on websites, for example which pages you visit frequently. Websites and their navigation can be optimised based on this information. These cookies are also used to track how you navigate to a particular website. There is no information stored in these cookies which can reveal your identity. All information collected by these cookies is stored in the form of anonymous statistics.

Targeting:
These cookies track a user over an extended period across different websites and as such are able to construct a profile. This allows for a user to be ‘categorised’ for specific interest. These cookies are often used in profiling for targeted online advertising. An advertisement network will place a cookie on the user’s PC via a third-party site. The network can read this cookie on the website located within the advertisement network.

4. Cookies used by www.wiertzfamily.com
To make surfing our website as easy as possible, we use necessary, functional and performance cookies. The functional cookie stores the language selection, enabling the browser to remember the previous language chosen, allowing the visitor to read the information in the language selected. The language cookie will only save the chosen language.
The performance cookie is used to collect statistical data to measure our website’s use. If required, this statistical data is used to optimise the website with the aim of improving the user’s experience. Examples of optimisation are better navigation structure, screen widths, display in older and new browsers.

5. What happens if I refuse cookies?
If you choose not to accept cookies, you can still visit our website, but it is possible that certain services or elements of our site will not function properly.

6. How can I opt out of cookies?
If you prefer not to accept cookies, you can turn them off at any time via your internet browser.