Companies should act now to ensure they comply with the GDPR guidelines. If you store data as an in-house recruitment team, then you are responsible for the safekeeping and security of this data, as well as ensuring that people have access if requested.
Recruitment software can help your HR department in numerous of ways when it comes to GDPR. If you already use a recruitment software, then many of the processes in place will come underneath the guidelines of GDPR and help you abide by the data protection rules.
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Choosing the right recruitment software for your business can be daunting. With a multitude of different options out there; how do you choose the right software for your business?
Businesses live and die by the quality of their hires, so having recruitment software in place that helps you hit your goals is crucial.
To help you choose the right recruitment software for your business, there are several points you should consider…Download
Whenever a company invests in recruitment technology, the return on their investment is summed up in the overall success or failure of its application to the recruitment process, and the value it adds.
The success of a video interview campaign is measured in time saved by recruiters and quality and speed of hire.Download
In line with GDPR (and other regulations), data submitted via an application form or stored within your candidate database needs to be adequately protected.
Introducing the right tools will not only help you safeguard any personal and sensitive data but also help to avoid potential breaches and provide evidence that you have tried to take precautionary measures should a breach occur.Download
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