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GDPR - Available tools in Carerix
GDPR - Available tools in Carerix

25 May 2018, GDPR Whitepaper, FAQ, Dutch website GDPR.

Updated over a week ago

Since 25 May 2018 the GDPR is enforced throughout all of Europe. Apart from the technological improvements to secure personal information in your databases, we also aim to give you easy tools to work within your field in a GDPR-compliant world.

What is already available?

  • Anonymization tool to easily anonymize candidates and contact in case they wish their personal data to be removed from your database

  • Consent date registration field (interface & REST API)

  • Consent status registration field (interface & REST API)

  • REST API toolkit to set consent date, status and period during application (for (web) developers)

  • Setting for Carerix Social Scoial Browser to prevent profile pictures to be downloaded while saving candidates (optional)

  • Update of the Carerix WordPress Plugin to set consent date and status during application

  • Update of the Carerix WordPress Plugin to add a checkbox and a link to your privacy statement next to the apply button

  • Candidate consent period field

  • Candidate consent expiry date

  • Search lines for consent date & consent status

  • Overview updates for consent date & consent status

  • Triggers to send notifications to recruiters upon the expiration date of the consent

  • Make Anonymization tool available per user role (instead of for all)

  • Trigger action to change the consent status upon f.e. the - expiration of the - consent date

  • Trigger action to change the consent date upon f.e. a final match stage

  • Visualization of the consent in the match files

  • Default white label e-mail template to ask candidates for (renewed) consent with automatic registration of result (YES/NO) and update of consent date if applicable

  • Further enhancement of visual consent expiration signaling in match and candidate files

  • Anonymisation of contacts

  • Consent history log; to see when consent status has changed

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