Personal data

For the use of the consent we use the following definition of personal data. Personal data refer to any information associated with an identifiable living individual or information that can lead to their identification. If multiple pieces of information are compiled, and they pinpoint a specific individual, then these too are considered personal data.

Even if personal data is de-identified, encrypted, or pseudonymised, if there's a possibility to re-identify the individual, it still qualifies as personal data under GDPR guidelines.

Only when personal data is anonymised in an irreversible manner, such that re-identification is impossible, does it cease to be personal data.

The personal data we process in our hiring process are the following:

  • First and last names
  • Residential addresses
  • Email addresses
  • Employment histories
  • Telephone numbers
  • Personal photos
  • Dates of birth