Privacy statement

We handle your personal data with the greatest possible care


Ctac is fully aware of the importance of the protection of the privacy of the employees of its clients, suppliers, prospects and/or any other body with whom Ctac has a business relationship (hereafter: ‘employees of business relations’), as well as prospect employees and visitors to its websites. The personal data of these groups of people is therefore handled and protected with the greatest possible care.

By means of this Privacy Statement, we would like to inform you about the manner in which Ctac handles the collection of personal data. By using the website and/or participating in activities and events organised by Ctac, you agree with this Privacy Statement.


Ctac goes to great lengths to protect your personal data optimally against unlawful use. We do this by means of physical, administrative, organisational and technical measures. If data is provided to data processors who carry out services or assignments on behalf of Ctac, it has been agreed with them that they too will protect the personal data optimally.

What personal data do we collect?

  • Public profile information on social media and public sources. This includes LinkedIn, Facebook and other public data sources, for example.
  • Name and address details, e-mail address, telephone number and other contact information.
  • Date of birth only if this has been included in your CV.
  • Curriculum vitae (CV), information on your work experience and information on education, training, internships, insofar as provided to us by yourself.
  • Data on short-term availability and leave insofar as this is relevant.
  • Other data that is (or may be) important in the context of the assessment of your suitability as a potential candidate for a vacancy, such as salary (indications), information from interviews, any references and testimonials. All the information we collect about you is provided on a voluntary basis.
  • Ctac never records special personal data unless this is (as yet) made compulsory by law. ‘Special personal data’ means data about race, religion or personal beliefs, political affinity, health, sexual orientation, trade union membership, criminal personal data and/or personal data relating to wrongful conduct.

If you have given permission for storing and processing your data, the standard retention period we use is 24 months, calculated from the date on which you have given permission.

How and when do we collect personal data?

  • Ctac collects personal data from the moment data is entered on one of our websites via direct registration, via responses to externally placed vacancies, when participating in events and/or other activities organised by Ctac and/or if you register yourself with us in any other way.
  • Ctac collects data from the moment digital or personal contact is sought with our branches, recruitment consultants and/or resource specialists.
  • Ctac collects data if one of our professional recruitment consultants and/or resource specialists actively seek contact with external candidates. We will then always request your permission to keep your data.
  • The personal data is received and processed by our recruitment consultants, resource specialists and/or their immediate employees.
  • If someone registers independently via one of the forms on Ctac’s website(s), this data is processed automatically.

Why do we collect personal data?

Ctac only collects and processes data for the performance of its recruitment process and Resourcing services, being the filling of the Ctac vacancies and job placement (recruitment and selection, executive search, interim contracts) to (temporarily) being able to fill vacancies at its clients.

With whom can we share your personal data?

Ctac can pass your personal data on to its clients. In limited cases, your personal data can be passed on outside the Netherlands if our client is based abroad. In that case, we will request your permission for this.

Can you access, supplement or delete personal data?

You can always request to view the data we keep on you. If desired, you can change the data. You can also request us to delete your data. If you would like to do this, please contact our data protection officer via

If you request that we delete your data, we will send you a confirmation by e-mail, stating the date on which the data was deleted. We will delete all your data no later than 4 weeks after receipt of your request, unless processing is required for the performance of a statutory duty, substantiation of a legal claim, or a different ground included in the GDPR.

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