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1. I’m a customer/I use Dyflexis to view my schedule
2. I’m a potential customer/I have requested a demo
3. I’m only a visitor of the website
4. Contact details
Dyflexis processes personal information for its clients. Dyflexis’ clients are responsible for the processing of this information. Clients can be an employer, but also the clients of an employment agency. For readability we will hereinafter refer to clients as ’employers’. Dyflexis is hired by the employer to process personal information. This means that Dyflexis is commissioned by the employer to process personal information and therefore is processor.
Dyflexis develops software for personel planning and work time registration. The employer decides which information is collected. Among other things, this can be the following information:
Name and address
Your employer may collect more or less than the aforementioned data. We recommend contacting your employer for an exact overview of all collected information.
We store your personal information by order of your employer. Therefore, the retention period is determined by your employer.
Requests regarding the inspection, modification, protection or removal of your information will be forwarded to your employer. The employer will process the request and provide you with access to the registered information. In case the information is not correct, you can request to have the information modified or removed.
Why is this the case?
The employer is responsible for the personal data that is processed by the processor, Dyflexis.
Your information is explicitly not provided to third parties, unless this is necessary for the supply of the service or if we are legally obliged to do so. In the case that the transfer of information is necessary, third parties will not use the informtion for any other purpose. These third parties are called sub-processors. By using Dyflexis, your employer has agreed to the use of sub-processors. Please find a full list of subprocessors below:
Sub-processors are divided into three categories:
To maintain good contact with potential customers, Dyflexis requests a number of details. This makes Dyflexis responsible for this information.
The following data can be collected from potential customers:
Potential customers who have only visited our website can agree with our cookie conditions.
Cookies are small files that the website provider places on the device of the visitor, such as a computer, mobile phone or tablet. Cookies allow us to collect and store information about the website visit and/or the (device of) the visitor. This makes Dyflexis responsible for this information. Therefore, Dyflexis determines the purpose and required resources for the processing of this information. We obtain these rights when a visitor agrees to our cookie conditions.
We use the following types of cookies:
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If you have any queries about your privacy or the protection of your personal data by Dyflexis, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org, or by regular post to the following address:
2516 BE, Den Haag
+31 (0)880 111 555
We reserve the right to make changes to this statement. Changes will be published on this website and old versions will be kept available. It is advisable to consult this statement regularly to stay updated about potential changes. The newest statement can always be viewed on the Dyflexis website.
This version was prepared in May 2018.
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