GDPR Compliance

Starting from 25th May  2018, organisations that collect personal data of EU residents must become compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). GDPR is a new law that aims to strengthen people’s right to privacy and protect their personal data.

GDPR places the burden of ensuring compliance on your organisation, especially functions like recruiting which rely heavily on collecting applicants personal data.

Please note that OneRecruit is not a law firm and cannot provide legal advice. All information provided is general information only. It is not intended to constitute legal advice or seek to be the complete and comprehensive statement of the law, nor is it intended to address your specific requirements. Organisations should take independent legal advice regarding their own provisions for data protection.

To comply you need to create a privacy policy for recruiting

Your company must have a transparent privacy policy in place explaining how it collects, processes and protects data and giving instructions to data subjects on how to ask your company to delete and rectify their data. In addition to this privacy policy, your company may find it useful to have a privacy notice for recruitment. This note will address candidates directly and should include all information required by GDPR Article 13 and Article 14.

  • Include the name and contact details of your organisation. If you have appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO), include their contact details as well.
  • A statement that any data requested will be used for recruitment purposes only. You need to explain your legitimate interest too.
  • The types of information about a candidate that reside in your company’s files. These could be contact details, social and professional profiles, education and work experience.
  • Who you will share the data with. For example, if you are a recruitment consultant, you may share this data with your clients.
  • Where you find candidate data. It’s important that you mention you use your sources lawfully.
  • Where the processing is based and where you store data. This is especially important if you transfer data outside the EU.
  • How long your organisation intends to store each candidate’s data. If this isn’t possible, you need to explain with what criteria you determine this period.
  • The applicants’ rights. These include the right to be forgotten, to rectify or access data, to restrict processing, to withdraw consent, to be kept informed about the processing of their data.
  • Instructions on how applicants can take action on the processing of their personal data. Let them know how to access their data or request that you delete, rectify or restrict processing of their data.
  • How you protect applicant data. You could sum up or link to your company’s general privacy policy which should include all the ways your company protects data (e.g. encryption, privacy by design.)

With OneRecruit you can change the default consent text and set-up automatic deletion of applicants in Settings > Compliance.

 

 

Export all applicant to CSV

It’s now possible to export all applicants to CSV for easy import into Excel or other program. Click Export all to CSV and it will automatically download applicants as a CSV file containing basic fields needed for reporting.

Compliance

To comply with various countries legislation for storing applicant data you can set-up automatic deletion of applicants. Go to Settings > Compliance and select the period you want to keep applicant data for. You can configure period individually for Job positions and Talent pools.

Period starts once a job position has been closed.

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Social media research tool

Candidates that login with Linkedin are in for a treat as our applicant tracking system will automatically provide a link from their application to their LInkedin Profile.

This new feature will totally enhance the experience for recruiters too.  Any person who is part of the hiring team will be able to link through to a candidate’s LinkedIn profile.

The other new feature that is also available for the hiring team is a link to Google the candidate.  By clicking on the blue “g” you automatically use the Google search engine to search for the applicant’s name and obtain their google ranking.  You may find some candidates do not rank at all or there are many people with the same name, however it is a starting point for the hiring team who use social searches for screening purposes.

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Choose your Columns

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Making sure that you have the right information at a glance is really what each of our clients strive to attain.  Since every recruiter is different there is always a need for someone to have a different layout or set of information that is relevant to their requirements.

Our team recognises the need for such differences and aims to provide our users with information relevant to their situation.  With this in mind we introduced Column Options.  This is a new way for you to choose the columns that you find relevant for you and ensure that the dashboard remains relevant to your requirements.

New Dashboard Filters

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If you logged in to OneRecruit today you would have quickly noticed that something has changed on the dashboard.  The new filters menu helps you to easily and quickly:

  • draw down your department or client, great for viewing individual clients or branches
  • view all your open or closed jobs
  • filter by project type
  • Show how many entries you want to view

This new filter is certainly going to help you navigate  your Job positions better.  Tell us what you think!

OneRecruit Announces SEEK Integration for Faster Application Processing of Candidates for Employers

OneRecruit, a leading provider of Applicant Tracking Recruitment Software, has recently announced the integration of global job marketplace SEEK.

This means that any applicant that is applying for a role with a company will have their details and documents automatically assigned to the job post in OneRecruit.

A company no longer has to worry about how to track and manage candidates.  All applicants are stored in OneRecruit for easy review.

Fast Facts on OneRecruit Applicant Tracking System Integration with SEEK

What is SEEK?

  • SEEK is the top marketplace for job advertisement. Applicants who have SEEK accounts can also avail of over 300 courses that will make them ready for a career that they want to pursue. It has a system that evaluates the job market that matches with the applicants and the site provides assistance in finding the right course to take so that an applicant becomes competitive on the job that he wants to apply for.

Why is there a need to integrate SEEK with OneRecruit?

  • OneRecruit works by tracking and managing the recruitment process.  An applicant answers screening questions, upload documents,  fills in a profile and shares a resume. All of which is captures by OneRecruit for review by the hiring manager and their team of recruiters.

How will this benefit your company?

  • For a company who is already using SEEK to source out applicants, integrating their accounts on the OneRecruit will mean automation in choosing the best candidates. Now the Hiring manager can easily see which candidates are the best for the position based on their application. Through Workflow,  it will also be easier to monitor which applicants were already contacted so the Hiring Manager and team no longer has to compare between data from SEEK and OneRecruit.

How can I integrate my SEEK account with OneRecruit?

To initiate integration of your SEEK account, contact our support department by Clicking Here!

 

Fast Facts on the Departments/Clients Tab

What is the Departments/Clients tab all about?

The Departments/ Clients tab is where you can find the list of all departments or clients that you recruit for. You can also add new departments or clients from this section. This feature can be used to brand a department or job position by adding a specific logo that may be used in conjunction with the advertised job position.

Why we decided to to have this feature.

Recruiters needed to individualise job positions for departments and branches.  By having this feature they could at any point have a branded logo appear in the job position.

How can I get more information? 

For more detailed technical information and a detailed step by step guide on how to configure Departments/ Clients visit our knowledge-base article:

Click Here for more.  This is a Premium feature available to administrators.

Please contact support if you are in need of more information or want assistance regarding the Departments/Clients tab of the software.