Keeping your data secure may seem like a good idea, but it is not only best practice: it is your legal duty.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) protects the private data of every EU citizen. As of 25th May, 2018, every organisation that stores, processes, or manages personal data must now demonstrate GDPR compliance or face significant fines.
How does GDPR affect recruitment? One of the most significant changes is to the way we are permitted to use personal data. If you are using consent to store information about individuals, then you need a smarter way to secure those permissions.
There is a secret to improving your response rates. Here’s what we learned: you need to use a form that is as easy to reply to as it is to ignore.