Privacy Statement

I.             Introduction

Interim Valley is committed to the careful and safe handling of privacy-sensitive data of its website visitors, candidates, employees and freelancers. That’s why Interim Valley has drawn up this privacy statement. Interim Valley treats and secures the personal data you provide with utmost care. In this privacy statement, |nterim Valley explains how Interim Valley acts in situations that arise regarding privacy, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (AVG).

II.              Who we are

Interim Valley is a private company. We are located at 15 Gatwickstraat in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Interim Valley is the data controller (verwerkingsverantwoordelijke) within the meaning of the AVG and as such has control over the processing of personal data, as well as determining the aim and means of processing.

Interim Valley sometimes engages other companies to carry out certain activities. Interim Valley remains responsible for the processing of your personal data in these situations. Interim Valley makes contractual arrangements with these companies regarding the handling of your personal data, so that your privacy is guaranteed.

III.             Technical data

Our website automatically gathers information about its visitors and their devices. This information includes, for example, which device you use to access the website, the IP address of your device, the IP address of your internet service provider, the operating system you use, the date and time of your visit, the web address of the website from which you accessed our website, the pages you visit and the information you viewed on the website, your geo location and the material you upload to or download from the website. We use this technical data to manage our website and to improve its quality and effectiveness.

IV.             Cookies

Interim Valley makes use of cookies and internet statistics. This enables us to see how visitors use our website. This helps us to adjust our website according to the preferences of our visitors. Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored to your computer. The following time you visit our website, these small pieces of data are recognised, which makes your visit easier. Read more about this in our Cookies policy.

V.              When do we gather your personal data?

We are allowed to store and process your data in the following situations:

  • If you have given Interim Valley permission for the processing of your personal data for one or more specific purposes;
  • If processing is required for the carrying out of a contract to which you are party, or to take action at your request prior to the execution of a contract;
  • If processing is required for Interim Valley to comply with its statutory requirements;
  • If processing is required to protect you or another person’s vital interests;
  • If processing is required in order to fulfil a task of general importance or a task in the exercise of public authority assigned to Interim Valley;
  • If processing is required for the protection of the legitimate interests of Interim Valley or of a third party, except in the event that your interests or the fundamental rights and fundamental freedoms which would require the protection of your personal data outweigh those interests.

VI.             Why do we gather your personal data?

Your personal data is used to be able to provide you with the best possible HR services, including secondment, recruitment, payroll administration, personnel management, and personal development and availability. Interim Valley uses your data for the following purposes:

  • Meeting supply and demand in the employment market;
  • Determining your suitability and employability in relation to arranging permanent or temporary employment or an assignment;
  • Registering and processing worked hours in our payroll system;
  • Approaching you for events Interim Valley organises for its employees;
  • Entering into and maintaining an employment, personnel, or recruitment relationship with you and carrying out the relevant related administration;
  • Fulfilling our reintegration obligations and complying with targets imposed by the government in order to assist persons at a distance from the employment market to find work;
  • Recording an assignment with a client in the form of a contract with the client, and maintaining and carrying out the contract with the client;
  • Processing data for the benefit our clients in the context of a pre-employment screening;
  • Promoting your personal development and employability, including training, courses and tests;
  • For management purposes including management data, carrying out internal checks and operational safety and performing audits including accounting audits;
  • Quality purposes such as certification;
  • Applying for subsidies, tax entitlements and similar;
  • If we have entered into an employment or personnel/recruitment relationship with you, complying with legal and regulatory requirements, including but not limited to identification, employment legislation, tax and social security legislation, fraud prevention and national and international sanctions regulation.

VII.           Which personal information do we gather about you?

If you are a job seeker, candidate, secondee, freelancer and/or business contact of Interim Valley, Interim Valley can process the personal data listed below. You are responsible for ensuring that the data provided by you is correct and up to date.

Job seeker or candidate

  • Name and address, email address, and other contact information
  • Curriculum vitae (CV), information about education, internships and employment
  • Data regarding your availability
  • Other data which might be of importance in the context of determining the suitability of the candidate, such as references and qualifications and data regarding work experience
  • Other introductory data you provide voluntarily (videos, photos)
  • Data other than listed above of which the processing is required pursuant to or necessary with a view to the application of law
  • Your public LinkedIn profile

Secondee or self-employed business person

In the event that you can work, do work or have worked for Interim Valley, Interim Valley can process the following data:

  • Name and address data, email address, telephone number, IBAN number and other contact details
  • Birthdate and place, age, gender
  • Curriculum vitae (CV), information about education, internships and work experience
  • Data about trainings and courses and/or tests that you have done or followed yourself or through us
  • Data about availability and leave
  • Nationality, identity number (BSN) and proof of identity (copy of ID), working visa (if applicable)
  • Data in respect of a pre-employment screening
  • Data regarding the nature and context of previous recruitment, including their termination
  • Other data which might be important in relation to determining the suitability of the candidate, for example, references and qualifications and data regarding work experience
  • Other data which is related to personnel, payroll and absenteeism registration
  • Other introductory data you provide voluntarily (videos, photos)
  • Data other than listed above of which the processing is required pursuant to or necessary with a view to the application of law

VIII.         Third parties

Interim Valley can provide your personal data to its clients, suppliers, government agencies, and other business relations. And in all other cases in which we might be obliged to do so, for example by a court order or injunction.

The provision of the personal data occurs on the basis of a court order, legal obligation, and/or in order to carry out the contract in accordance with the purposes as set out under “Why do we gather your personal data?”

Your personal data can be passed outside the Netherlands. Interim Valley has taken the necessary precautions to ensure that the transferred personal data is adequately protected.

IX.             Your rights

It’s important to us that you can make easy use of your rights in respect of the processing of your personal data. If you wish to make use of any of the rights listed below which apply to you, you can contact us as described below.

Viewing and/or amending data

You can contact us at any time at to enquire what data and categories of data of yours we process, for which purposes that occurs, from which source the data is derived, and which retention periods we apply.

In addition, you can contact us at any time in order to add, improve or remove your data. In the unlikely event that we have provided incorrect data about you, we will rectify this.

If we change your personal data we will inform you, unless the information is based on a public source such as a public LinkedIn profile.

Limiting the processing of your data

If you do not agree with the content of data we store about you, you can submit a request for the temporary limitation of the processing of your data. We do not share your data until it is, in your view, correct. You can submit a request to limit processing at any time to

If we limit the processing of your personal data, we will inform you accordingly.

Right to transfer data

You can request the personal data that we store about you in a structured, current and machine-readable form at You are free to provide this information to third parties.

Right to withdraw consent

If you no longer wish to make use of our services, you can submit a request for the deletion of your personal data. You can send a request at any time to for your data to be deleted.

In addition, you can withdraw your consent for your data to be processed at any time. We will cease the processing of your personal data for which you had given consent. The withdrawal of your consent has no effect on the processing which had already taken place.

Procedure, response time and costs

We try to deal with the requests referred to above as soon as possible, but no later than within two weeks. Before your request can be complied with, we are obliged to check your identity. Your request is handled electronically in the first instance, unless this is not possible or if you request otherwise.

In the first instance, we do not charge you for handling the requests mentioned above, unless your requests are excessive, manifestly unfounded or in the event that you request additional copies after utilising your right to inspect.

X.              Security

Interim Valley makes every effort to optimally protect your personal data against unauthorised use. We take physical, administrative, organisational and technical measures to achieve this. Only authorised persons have access to the data. If and insofar as data is provided to data processors who provide services or carry out assignments on behalf of Interim Valley, Interim Valley has agreed with them that they will also optimally protect the personal data.

XI.             Storage period

Interim Valley does not store personal data longer than is necessary for the purpose of the processing and in accordance with the statutory retention periods:

  • Personal data of job seekers / candidates is stored for 2 years, unless the recruitment function of Interim Valley lasts longer;
  • Personal data of employees and former employees is stored in accordance with the statutory retention period (5 years).

XII.           Questions, comments, complaints or (suspected) data leaks

If you have any questions, comments or complaints about the protection of your personal data by Interim Valley, you can contact us by email at You can also reach our management at +31 (0)20 2 444 900.

If you disagree with the use of your personal data by Interim Valley, you can submit a complaint to the Personal Data Authority (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens).

XIII.         Data leaks

If you suspect there has or might be a data leak, we ask you to contact us immediately +31 (0)20 2 444 900.

XIV.        Changes

Interim Valley reserves the right to amend this privacy statement. None of the provisions of the privacy statement have the purpose of creating an obligation or contract between Interim Valley and another party.

XV.          Other provisions

The provisions of this privacy agreement and all disputes arising from it are governed by Dutch law.