Over the past months, everyone has been talking about the new data protection law which came into force on May 25, 2018. As a company, we’ve have always respected the data privacy of our users. In anticipation of the new GDPR legislation, we have encouraged collaboration amongst all our teams to ensure that we hold ourselves to the highest standards.
We have been implementing several changes to our processes and documentation to ensure we make all the necessary improvements to comply with GDPR. Furthermore, the GDPR principles have been incorporated into our product roadmap to ensure that we deliver on our obligations from a product perspective. This means that we will be introducing the necessary tools to ensure that our users will have more control over their data if they wish to do so.
We know that you’ve probably reading tons of articles, emails, web pages and blogs about GDPR. In case you want to read more, here’s a short summary:
The General Data Protection Act (GDPR) is a regulation introduced by the European Union (EU), which will replace the Data Protection Directive adopted in 1995. The main aim of the GDPR is to provide EU citizens with more control over their data, including how it is collected and being used by companies. To provide more control, the GDPR addresses the processing of personal data including its collection, storage, transfer and/or use. From a company perspective, the overarching aim is to be clear and ethical with the personal data collected and processed.
We have commenced a plan to identify the measures we need to take in order to be fully compliant with GDPR.
Here is an overview of what we’ve done so far:
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The JOB TODAY Team