GDPR Data processing modelApplication managementBy: Ludwig Karneth
A purpose is the objective pursued by the setting up of your file. It indicates what the processing of personal data will be used for, its purpose. This purpose must be clear and understandable
Data categories (1)
Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. A natural person can be identified either directly (eg surname and first name) or indirectly (eg phone number, social security number, email or postal address, but also voice or image)
Data conservation rules
If the applicant consents, data may be retained after the hiring decision has been made for a reasonable period of time, to be determined in consideration of the type of position concerned, and for a maximum of two years from the last contact with the unsuccessful applicant.
The sole purpose of this data retention must be to recontact the candidate in the event of new opportunities or to feed a candidate pool type database.
Up to 5 years from the date of the hiring decision
For probationary purposes, in order to protect against possible discrimination claims
Data subject (1)
A data subject is any person whose data is collected, retained or processed by the data processing. e.g. In a recruitement process, any candidate for a position proposed in recruitement management process
Attribution / Pas d'utilisation commerciale