Privacy statement


Here you will find the privacy statement of Person Plus BV (hereinafter Person Plus). Person Plus is both controller and processor within the meaning of the GDPR. You are advised to read this privacy statement carefully before continuing on our website.

Person Plus is located at Anthony Fokkerstraat 79 – 4462ES Goes and is registered in the trade register of the Chamber of Commerce under number 72677988. Person Plus can be reached by email at

This privacy statement explains how Person Plus handles your personal data. Person Plus attaches great importance to the proper security of your personal data and wants to inform you about this as well as possible. This privacy statement indicates which (categories of) your personal data can be processed and for what purpose this personal data is used. This privacy statement also states on which legal basis this personal data is processed and how you can exercise your rights with regard to your personal data.

Person Plus reserves the right to amend this privacy statement. The adjustment may be necessary due to new processing or to comply with the law. The most recent version is always published on the website. Person Plus therefore advises you to consult this privacy statement regularly.

Personal data that we process

Person Plus processes your personal data because you have contacted Person Plus, if you use our services or because Person Plus received your personal data from a client for the execution of a product and/or service agreement with this client.

Below you will find an overview of the personal data that Person Plus may process from you:

  • name and address details;
  • phone number;
  • e-mail address;
  • sex;
  • contact person in case of emergancy;
  • data employer;
  • employee number;
  • salary slip, including financial data;
  • data regarding your employment such as position, number of hours, contract type, date of employment, etc.
  • details of a contact person in the organization;
  • absenteeism related data in the context of the implementation of the Improved Gatekeeper Act;
  • personnel file;
  • login details for the use of our application(s);

other personal data that you actively provide yourself in the event of correspondence, telephone contact or in the context of an agreement with PersonPlus.

Types, purposes, legal bases and term of processing of personal data

Person Plus only processes your personal data if there is a valid basis for doing so. This basis for processing is underlined in the text.

In the first place, your personal data will be processed with your permission if you fill in the contact form on the Person Plus website or contact Person Plus via e-mail, social media or telephone for information or in the context of a possible assignment. The personal data that we process in this context are your name, e-mail address, telephone number and the other data that you provide via the contact form itself.

Processing/storing this personal data is necessary in order to be able to contact you in response to your question. If no agreement is reached with Person Plus, Person Plus has a legitimate interest to subsequently store your personal data for direct marketing purposes. You can always ask Person Plus to delete your data. See the paragraph ‘Your privacy rights’.

When entering into an agreement with Person Plus, personal data is processed that is necessary for the execution of the agreement with you. This data may include name and address details, telephone number, e-mail address, details of a contact person and additional details that are necessary to enter into the agreement. Failure to provide necessary information may mean that no agreement can be concluded with Person Plus. This data will be kept in the business administration for a minimum of seven (7) years after completion of the assignment, unless otherwise agreed in writing or a different period applies pursuant to legislation.

For the execution of a product or service agreement, your personal data may be processed by Person Plus on behalf of your employer. This may be data stated on the first page of this privacy statement. Exactly which data this is depends on the product and service agreement with your employer. Your employer must inform you which data he has processed by Person Plus. Person Plus processes this data for as long as the product and service agreement lasts. At the end of the product and service agreement, the data will be transferred to your employer.

Person Plus also stores personal data that it is legally obliged to do under tax law. This includes contracts or agreements, invoices, bank statements, correspondence, etc. Person Plus must retain this information in its business records for seven (7) years.

Transfer to processors and third parties

Some personal data may be processed by companies engaged by Person Plus for the execution of the agreement. Such companies are also referred to as “processors” or sub-processors. These (sub-)processors are located within the European Economic Area (EEA). Person Plus concludes a processing agreement with these (sub) processors that meets the conditions of the General Data Protection Regulation, so that the processing of your personal data takes place in a lawful manner. Person Plus remains responsible for the processing operations carried out by these companies.

Your personal data will only be shared with third parties, not being processors engaged by Person Plus, if Person Plus is obliged to comply with a legal obligation to pass on personal data to competent authorities. This can be, for example, the tax authorities or investigative authorities.


Person Plus has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data against loss or unlawful processing. The website has an SSL certificate, which means that the data is sent encrypted via a secure connection. Frequent backups are made of the digital data. Person Plus employees only have access to functionally related personal data. The processing takes place within the EEA. A processing agreement is concluded with clients and (sub) processors.

Data leaks

Where work is done, mistakes can be made. Person Plus will respond appropriately to a discovered data breach. Depending on the type of data, the possible risks for the data subject(s) and the number of data subjects, Person Plus will inform the data subject(s). In addition, Person Plus will determine, based on these considerations, whether the data breach is reported to the Dutch Data Protection Authority.

If a data breach occurs involving personal data that is processed in the context of a product or service agreement, Person Plus will contact the client without delay for further processing. All this in accordance with what is arranged about this in the processing agreement.


Person Plus uses cookies on its website. When you visit our website for the first time, you can either accept it or not. A cookie is a small file that is sent along with pages from this website and is stored by your browser on the hard drive of your computer. Cookies can be refused or deleted. However, in this case Person Plus cannot guarantee an optimal functioning user experience of its website.

Session cookies or necessary cookies are used to properly use the basic functions of our website. By analyzing the surfing behavior of our visitors, we can adjust our services as well as possible. These cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser.

Preferred cookies remember information, such as your preference settings. These can be sent back to our server on a subsequent visit to our website. For a good user experience, accepting these cookies is desirable.

Analytical or statistical cookies are placed by us to analyze the use of our website and to improve its functioning.

Marketing cookies are used to provide you with relevant information and offers.

To delete cookies, Person Plus refers you to the settings of your browser.

Links to other website(s)

The Person Plus website may contain links to other websites that are not operated and/or owned by Person Plus. If you ended up on another website by clicking on a link, the privacy statement of the relevant website applies. Person Plus is in no way liable or responsible for that website, the privacy statement on that website or the processing of your personal data by the organization behind that website. Person Plus recommends that you read the privacy statement carefully before continuing on the relevant website.

Your privacy rights

Data that is no longer needed will be deleted in accordance with the deadlines stated in this statement.

Consent you have given can be revoked at any time. Withdrawing permission has no consequences for the personal data already processed before the moment of withdrawal, but it may affect the further execution of any agreement with Person Plus.

You have the right to access, rectify, delete or limit the processing of your personal data. An explanation of these rights follows below. You can submit a request with regard to these rights via If it concerns personal data that is processed by Person Plus on behalf of your employer, Person Plus will refer you to your employer with regard to these requests.

Person Plus will acknowledge receipt of your request and respond substantively to your request within four (4) weeks. In order to check whether the request is lawful, we will always ask you to identify yourself before you can use this. For this, Person Plus will contact you, preferably by telephone, to check whether your request is lawful on the basis of a number of specific questions.


The right of access only applies to your data. If the privacy of another person threatens to be violated as a result of your inspection, the personal data of this other person will be removed or made illegible. You will then receive a digital copy of your data.

Rectification or addition

If you believe that your data is incorrect or incomplete, you can request that it be amended or supplemented.


You can request to delete your personal data. This may be the case, for example, if you believe that these are kept longer than necessary. If there is no basis for retaining your data, it will be deleted. The removal may, however, mean that a possible agreement with PersonPlus can no longer be performed properly.

Restriction or termination of processing

You can request to limit or terminate the processing of your personal data. This may be necessary in the event of a legal claim or if you believe that your data is being processed unlawfully by Person Plus.

No profiling

Person Plus does not use your data for automated profiling.


If you want to submit a complaint about the processing of your personal data by Person Plus, you can report this by sending an email with a description of your complaint to Person Plus will make every effort to handle your complaint as well as possible. You can also submit your complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority. If you want more information on how to approach this, click here.

Responsible Disclosure

If, despite the care with which Person Plus processes personal data, you discover that this is not taking place correctly, Person Plus requests that you report this immediately via Unless there is an intentional attempt to hack or another crime, free from legal consequences.