It is important to us that you throughout the process feel well-informed and get the best possible experience throughout the process. We will help you to develop on the way to your career goal. The process is off course done with full discretion.
When you are asked to send us your CV in the beginning of the recruitment process, you will receive an electronic informed consent that allows us to store and process your data. You can withdraw your consent at any time by contacting us.
If we do not receive an acceptance from you within 7 days, all data related to you will automatically be deleted in our system. One of the new rules in the Data Protection Act is “the right to be forgotten”. That allows you to delete all data when it is no longer relevant at the end of a specific recruitment.
If you want your data deleted, you must send an e-mail to Birgitte Dyreborg; email@example.com.
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Nordic Search Group has a data policy and will always withhold this policy according to current legislation (May 2018). Upon receiving your CV, we will return with a purpose statement by which you will give your consent that the data processers (Nordic Search Group) are processing the following information about you:
Contact information: e-mail, phone number
CV and other documents
When your consent has been received, you will be registered in our data
Your personal information is kept compliant with current legislation in regards to the process of personal data. When you register your CV, you will accept that we are allowed to keep your personal data for 12 months. After 12 months you will be notified if we continuously are allowed to keep your data.
The information is exclusively collected and processed for the use of recruitment tasks for our clients and you can at any given time request your information to be deleted.
What rights does the General Data Protection Regulation give?
The right to be informed about personal data being collected/processed and used for electronic data processing
The right to ask for insight on what data about me that is being electronic processed
The right to object that the data is being electronic processed
The right to demand that the data is altered, deleted or blocked, if not correct, misleading or in other ways processed in violation with current legislation