Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions

Together Abroad’s Privacy Policy

Together Abroad has its registered office at Prinses Margrietplantsoen 33, 2595 AM, in The Hague, Netherlands.
Please take a moment to read the following policy which explains how we collect, use, disclose and transfer the personal information that you provide to us on our website, and any other channel we may use in addition. It also explains how we collect information through the use of cookies when you use the Platform.

Together Abroad endeavours to ensure that the information that you submit to us remains private, and that it is used only for the purposes described below. We aim to provide a safe and secure experience for all of our users. We make every effort to comply with our obligations under the 1998 Data Protection Act. Additionally, we understand the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of your Resume and other information stored about you while using the site.

Account and Resume information
When you register to Together Abroad your details, including your Resume, can be made available for searching when you give authorization for this, viewing over the Internet and downloading by any direct recruiter, employment consultant or other person or organisation who requests Resumes matching your profile to be sent to them. Together Abroad attempts to verify the identity and the nature of the business of such organisations however does not make any warranties as to their authenticity.

Your personal information
When you create or register your Resume with us, we will collect personal information from you, such as your name, contact details, and other details. Once you register with Together Abroad and accept our Terms & Conditions, you are not anonymous to us. We may use or share your personal information you provide to alert you to our own products and services, to complete a transaction, to operate or improve the Together Abroad products and services, to do something that you have asked us to do, or tell you of products and services that we think may be of interest. We may contact you regarding site changes or changes to the Together Abroad products or services that you use.

Disclosure of personal information
When you register, we store some information about you in your account, but it is protected by your password and may only be accessed by you. It does not form part of our candidate database and cannot be searched or accessed by Together Abroad customers. You can delete your account at any time. You also ask Together Abroad to do this for you by sending a email to :  
If you choose to create a profile and upload a Resume to our database, we rely on you to ensure that your details are kept up to date. You should update your CV at least every six months, particularly if your contact details have changed. Every 6 months you will receive an availability email by Together Abroad in where you can update your CV or details or delete your profile.

Please note that Together Abroad reserves the right to remove from our database, Resumes which include any content that we consider to be illegal or offensive.

We do not disclose information about your individual visits to the Together Abroad site, or personal information that you provide, such as your name and personal contact details unless you have given us your permission or we believe that the law requires it. N.B. that by registering with Together Abroad you are granting us permission to disclose this information. We may record and share aggregated information with our clients. Additionally, if you input your information on a co-branded registration page or job application page, eg a Together Abroad client-company registration page then the information that you give becomes the property of both Together Abroad and the client. Together Abroad is not responsible for the information that the client receives.
Together Abroad will also use the aggregate data to identify employment trends across different industries, such as salary averages. This information will not be capable of being linked to any personally identifying information about users.

PLEASE NOTE: Your current employer may be a customer of Together Abroad , or a client of one of our customers. Together Abroad cannot restrict the customers who access profiles on our database and cannot be held responsible for any eventuality.

Information collection and use
Like many websites, we routinely capture your IP address information to determine your location. This helps us work out whether you are visiting the site from within the EU,UK or rest of the world, and means we can show you content that's specific to your location and ask the right questions about your eligibility to work in the specific country you are wishing to work in, should you wish to apply for a job on Together Abroad. Together Abroad automatically receives and records information on our web server logs from your browser including your IP address. Together Abroad records IP addresses for anonymous statistical purposes, administration of our website and servers, and to improve our services.
An IP address, or 'internet protocol address', is a unique identifying number given to every device connected to the internet. Like a car license plate, an IP address is a special serial number used for identification.
Information may be gathered from your registration form and your use of our website through "cookies". The information gathered may be used by Together Abroad internally, for purposes relating to your use of the website and for marketing activities, and may be passed to carefully selected third parties to use for marketing activities. If you do not wish to receive marketing material from Together Abroad or from carefully selected third parties you should tick the appropriate box on the submission form. If you subsequently decide you no longer wish to receive direct marketing/information from Together Abroad or no longer wish us to pass your information to third parties you should notify us using the Contact page of our website, email or delete your Profile / Resume.
Together Abroad may set and access cookies on your computer. You can choose whether or not to accept cookies, however, if you do not accept Together Abroad cookies, some of our services may not be available to you. This policy does not apply to companies that Together Abroad does not own or control, or to people that Together Abroad does not employ.

Statistical information
Together Abroad gathers general information about users, for example, what services users access the most and which areas of the Together Abroad site are most frequently visited, the number of Resumes on the database, or the number of visitors to the site and for other lawful purposes. Such data is used in the aggregate to help us to understand how the Together Abroad site is used. We gather this information so that we can continue to improve and develop our services to benefit our users. We may make this aggregated information available to users of the Together Abroad site, to our clients, advertisers, suppliers and other reputable third parties. These statistics are anonymous and contain no personal information and cannot be used to gather such information.

The site is protected against unauthorised access using the latest security devices and 'firewalls'.
Similar to the spam you receive in your personal email inbox, fraudsters have started creating false job offers in an attempt to gather personal details. We consistently monitor job postings on the site and we are committed to ensuring that jobs listed on are legitimate and comply with our terms & conditions.
At no point during the application process with Together Abroad should you be asked to complete any monetary transactions or provide personal information beyond your resume.
If you notice anything suspicious, we advise you to email us and stop communication with the recruiter or employer.

Other ways of ensuring your privacy:
You may amend your personal details at any time. These options are available when you login to our website.
You may unsubscribe from any employment or promotional information that we may send to you by in any of the following ways:
• Using the unsubscribe function at the bottom of the email
• Amending your account details by logging in to our website
• Contacting us on the Contact page of our website or mail to

Together Abroad Cookie Policy
Together Abroad uses browser cookies; this means our webservers put small files (the 'cookies') onto your computer to collect information as you use the website. What the cookies contain varies depending on the features they are being used for. Cookies enable Together Abroad to monitor traffic, remember users and their preferences and to provide features to users across multiple web servers.

Google Analytics
Together Abroad uses Google Analytics to help Analyze how users use the site. The tool uses "cookies", which are text files placed on your computer, to collect standard Internet log information and visitor behavior information in an anonymous form. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including IP address) is transmitted to Google. This information is then used to evaluate visitors' us of the website and to compile statistical reports on website activity for Together Abroad .
We will never (and will not allow any third party to) use the statistical analytics tool to track or to collect any Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of visitors to our site. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. Neither we nor Google will link, or seek to link, an IP address with the identity of a computer user. We will not associate any data gathered from this site with any Personally Identifiable Information from any source, unless you explicitly submit that information via a fill-in form on our website.
You may choose to accept or decline cookies. Most Web browsers automatically default to accept them, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies. If you reject cookies by changing your browser settings then be aware that this may disable some of the functionality on our Website.

Any further queries should be directed through our Contact Page or mail to  
You can remove any of the information that Together Abroad stores about you, at any time, by logging in to your Together Abroad account and choosing to delete the account.
WTC The Hague Busiiness Center 3rd floor
Prinses Margrietplantsoen 33
2595 AM The Hague, Netherlands

General Terms and Conditions

1. General
The following definitions shall apply:
 WHEREAS, ‘the Client’; shall be the party asking for performance of services, and WHEREAS, Together Abroad, having its principal place of business at The Hague, hereinafter referred to as ‘the Company’; shall be willing to perform these services, Contract: the contract, under which the Company undertakes towards the Client to perform Services. NOW THEREFORE THE PARTIES hereby agree as follows:

2. Offers and deals
1. All offers and tenders of the Company shall be free of obligation unless the offer contains an
acceptance term. If no acceptance is given, a compound quotation shall not oblige the
Company to execute part of the assignment against a corresponding part of the given
2. An offer or tender shall not oblige the Company where the Client can reasonably understand
that the tenders or offers, or any part thereof, are inaccurate or with manifest error.
3. The quotations or offer prices are exclusive of VAT and other Government levies, including
travel and subsistence, shipping and handling costs, unless otherwise indicated or agreed.
4. If the acceptance deviates (on secondary items) from the offer then the Company shall not
be bound by it. Therefore the agreement is not in accordance with this derogatory
acceptance, unless the Company indicates otherwise.
5. A composite quotation will not enable the Client to carry out a share of the Contract against
a corresponding part of the given price.
6. Offers or tenders shall not apply automatically to future Services.

3. Applicability
1. The general terms and conditions apply to all offers and agreements between the Client and
the Company, or their legal successors.
2. Amendments to these terms must be confirmed by both parties expressly and in writing.
3. These conditions also apply to Contracts whereby the involvement of third parties is
requested by the Client.
4. The applicability of any conditions imposed by the Client is explicitly rejected.
5. If one or more provisions of these conditions are null and void, in whole or in part, at any
time, the rest of the provisions shall continue to apply in full form. The Company and the
Client will subsequently consult in order to mutually agree other provisions. However, the
meaning of the original provisions will still prevail and will be applied as much as possible.

4. Formation of Contract
1. The Contract will become binding on both parties at such time that the order confirmation is
drafted by the Company and been signed by both the Client and the Company, and both
parties have received a confirmation copy for their records.
2. The Contract is concluded for an indefinite period, unless the content, nature or scope of the
Contract or of the order confirmation, specifies otherwise

5. Provision of information by the Client
1. The Client is expected to provide all the necessary information to the Company, in order for
the Company to be able to correctly perform the Contract, in time and in full. This also
applies to information which is necessary to correctly execute the Service. The Company shall
determine what good time, the required form and the required manner shall be understood
to mean.
2. The Client is responsible for the accuracy, completeness and reliability of the information
made available to the Company, including the information of third parties.
3. If the information described in 5 (1) and (2) which is necessary for the execution of the
Contract has not been provided to the Company in time or is not complete, the Company has
the right to suspend the performance of the Contract. Any additional costs arising from the
delay in the performance of the Contract re for the reasons described above, are for the
account of the Client
4. At the Client's request the Company shall return the original documents provided by the
Client to the Company.

6. Performance of the Contract
1. The Company shall determine the way in which the Service will be performed. The Company
shall perform the service to the best of its ability and with due regard for the applicable rules
(of professional practice) and laws. The Company cannot guarantee that it shall achieve any
intended result.
2. The Company will engage in other tasks other than those provided for in the Contract, for an
additional fee, and only if the Client has expressly agreed to it. If extra Services are required
to fulfill the scope of the Contract, and these Services are a matter of urgency and Client has
not yet agreed to them, the services will be carried out without the, authorization of the
3. The Company can involve third parties in the performance of the Service for the provision of
substantial work.

7. Confidentiality
1. The Company is required to maintain confidentiality vis-à-vis third parties.
2. The Company cannot use the information that is made available to her other than for the
purpose for which it was obtained.
3. The Company will impose the above obligations in 7(1) and (2) to third parties engaged by it.

8. Fees
1. The Company's fee is not dependent on the outcome of the contract.
2. The Company's fee is calculated on the basis of the applicable hourly rate or total price for
the period in question as contained in the order confirmation. Other agreements relating to
the Company's fee will be confirmed in writing to the Client.
3. The Client will be charged on a monthly basis unless otherwise agreed between Client and
4. The fee is excluding 21% VAT.
5. In the event that fees or prices are subject to change after the formation of the Contract,
nonetheless before the Contract has been fully executed, the Company shall be entitled to
amend the agreed fee accordingly. Such a rise in fees or a price increase above the pursuant
to 8(2) above outgoing CBS price index shall only apply 6 weeks after the date of a written
communication by the Company to the Client, regarding the above

9. Payment
1. The Company shall invoice the full amount in Euro, which shall be paid by the Client in full,
without any discounts, deductions, withholding, offsets or counterclaims in Euros, by credit
transfer to the bank account designated by the Company. The date of payment shall be the
date on which the amount due is credited to the Company's account.
2. The full invoice amount must be paid within 15 days of invoice date.
3. In such event as the Contractor does not pay the full amount on the due date, the Client shall
charge the Contractor the statutory interest rate the day immediately following the due
date, until the date that the full invoice amount is received by the Company’s bank.
4. If the payment is not received within the agreed period, the Company will send the Client a
reminder. If the term of payment as stated in the reminder is again ignored by the Client, the
Company can suspend its work. This applies to all other work which the Company is involved
in, in relation to the Client, other than to the work related to the unpaid invoice. The
Company is not responsible for any damages whatsoever resulting from the suspension of
the Service. The Company is entitled to withhold all documents, whether or not related to
the unpaid invoice; until such date that the full invoice amount is paid.
5. In the event of liquidation, (imminent) bankruptcy or suspension of payment on behalf of the
Client, the Company will terminate all payments due to the Client.
6. Payments owed from the Client to the Company consist primarily of all interest and costs,
and in the second place of all underwriting invoices which are still open.
7. If the Client fails to comply with its payment obligation owed to the Company, and as a
result, the matter will be referred to the relevant Courts, all costs will be for the account of
the Client.
8. If the Company is of the opinion that the Client's financial position or payment record gives it
reason to do so, or if the Client fails to make an advance payment or to meet an expense
claim within the specified term of payment, then the Company may demand that the Client
immediately provide (additional) security in a form to be determined by the Company. If the
Client fails to provide the required security, the Company shall be entitled, without prejudice
to its other rights, to suspend the further execution of the
9. Contract forthwith and all amounts owed to the Company by the Client of whatever nature
and for whatever reason shall become immediately due and payable.

10. Termination
1. This Contract is for the duration of 12 (twelve) months or less and cannot be terminated
2. Any Contract for a period longer than 12 (twelve) months or for an indefinite period, may be
terminated by either party at any time if one of them considers that the implementation of
the service is no longer possible or is no longer in accordance with the Contract or requires
additional conditions. This also applies to liquidation and bankruptcy of the Client.
3. Notice of termination must be given in writing to the other party 1 month prior to the
applicable contract period (initial or subsequent).
4. If the Client enters into a Contract with the Company for a duration of more than 12 (twelve)
months or an indefinite period of time and terminates the contract before the agreed period,
the Client shall be liable to pay a fee equal to two months work under the contract. This fee
will cover the period to find a new assignment of Service.
5. The agreement will automatically be extended to the period equal to the initial term, unless
one of the parties ends the contract in writing with due observance of a notice period of 1
month prior to the end of the Contract.

11. Liability
1. If the Company is liable, then this liability is limited to what is not expressed in this article.
2. If the Company is liable for direct damages, then said liability shall be limited to the
maximum fees charged for the provision of operations relating to the cause of the damage.
The only fee which covers the last four months in which the work had been carried out is
eligible for liability. Any amount payable by the Company in compensation for the direct
damages will not exceed the amount of liability of the Company covered by the insurance,
(where appropriate).
3. Direct damage shall mean only:
o the reasonable costs to establish the cause and extent of the damage;
o any reasonable costs incurred for the poor performance of the Company towards the
Contract, unless this can be attributed not to the Company;
o reasonable costs incurred to prevent or reduce the harm, to the extent that the
Client can demonstrate that these costs have led to the limitation of direct damage.
4. The Company is not liable for damages of any kind whatsoever, created by the Company by
or on behalf of the Client which are a result of incorrect and/or incomplete information
provided by the Client or otherwise caused by an act or omission by or on behalf of the
5. The Company shall never be liable for indirect damages, including consequential damage,
loss of profit, missed savings and business stagnation.
6. The limitation of liability contained in these terms and conditions for direct damage shall not
apply if the damage is intentional or a result of gross negligence on behalf of the Company.
7. The Client indemnifies the Company against all claims of third parties for damages ensuing
from or in connection with the Services provided by the Company for the Client

12. Force majeure
1. The Company is not obliged to fulfill any obligation towards the Client as a result of force
2. Force majeure, under the present general terms and conditions, notwithstanding the
meaning of this term in the law and jurisprudence shall mean any external causes which the
Company has no influence or control over, but which impede the Company to meet its
underwriting obligations.
3. The Company may suspend its obligations under the Contract, during the period that the
force majeure event persists. If this period lasts longer than two months, then both parties
shall be entitled to dissolve the Contract without any right to any compensation otherwise

13. Intellectual property
All intellectual property rights that are created during, or which arise from, the execution of
the contract shall belong to the Company.

14. Amendment of the conditions
The Company is entitled to amend these terms by informing the Client in writing provided
the amendment applies to the adopted or adopting contract.

15. Expiration term
1. To the extent not otherwise determined in these general terms and conditions, rights of
action and other powers of the Client of whatever nature and for whatever reason against
the Company in connection with the performance of the Service by the Company, shall
always expire after one year from the moment the Client became aware, or could reasonably
have been aware, of the existence of such rights and powers.
2. If the Client exercises his rights under15(1) and he has still not paid all moneys owed to the
Company, the former still remains liable to fulfill all his payment obligations.

16. Governing law and choice of forum
1. Dutch law shall apply on all offers and Contracts between the Client and the Company to
which these terms and conditions apply. .
2. All disputes will only be brought before the competent Court for the district of 's
Gravenhage, unless provisions of imperative law prescribe otherwise.
3. Parties shall only refer the matter to the Court if they have done their utmost to solve the
dispute by mutual consultations.

17. Site terms and conditions
1. These conditions are registered at the Chamber of Commerce in The Hague, The
2. The file number of the registration of the Company is 27339531
3. The most recently filed version of the terms at the time of the creation of the legal
relationship with the Client shall prevail

For nearly 14 years Undutchables works with full satisfaction together with Together Abroad.
We started with just posting our jobs on their job board, and throughout the years our cooperation has grown into a valuable partnership.

Since last year Together Abroad present their workshop “How to find a job in The Netherlands” also at the 4 Undutchables offices to our candidates. We are happy to be able to provide such great and reliable service to our candidates.
And we look forward to continue our fruitful cooperation in the future.

Kirsten Jansen - van den Broek Undutchables

We have worked with Together Abroad as advertisers since their inception in 2009.

During this time, we have found them to be very responsive to our needs and very pleasant people to work with.

I would certainly recommend them as reliable and responsive business partners with an eye to the market and having their fingers on the pulse of the Dutch employment sector.


Ray Paker - Madison Parker International

I have known Linda since the inception of Together Abroad and have always been impressed by her passion for the world of internationals and the energy and drive they have invested in their business.

She have built an important portal for the international community in the Netherlands providing information, trainings and job opportunities to this group.

The job board is an important resource to Adams and gives us greater exposure to the jobs we advertise and an additional source of candidates.


Maureen Adam - Adam's Multilingual Recruitment