GDPR – a continued committment to safeguard you personal data at all times
The protection and safeguarding of our client’s and candidate’s personal data is a fundamental part of our business operations. We are fully committed to ensure compliance in accordance with the provisions of the various data acts, laws and regulations as applies to our company. With updated Data Protection Regulations coming into force in May 2018 we have taken a series of measures to ensure compliance.
To read more about GDPR and our approach please continue HERE.
Currently these are some of the measures we have taken:
- Implementing a GDPR compatible business system
- Increasing IT security with additional data loss prevention
- Reviewing all our processes and adjusting where needed
- Reviewing all personal data stored in our recruitment systems
- Updating Privacy Notice and General Terms & Conditions
- Partnering with legal advisors
As your partner, we always put your best interest first – thank you for your understanding and cooperation in helping us protect everyone’s personal data privacy rights.
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