Here’s how we work with GDPR
We always take good care of our customers’ and users’ privacy and data security, but the issue from the test candidate’s perspective and their privacy is even more important.
The main aim of the GDPR is to increase citizens’ own control over their personal data. Other aims are to strengthen data security regarding personal data, and to avoid the unnecessary storage of data by authorities, organisations and companies.
For candidates who take our tests
On 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force in Sweden and the rest of the EU. In order for you to feel confident about how we handle your data on JobMatch Sweden, we want to tell you about what applies.
- The company or organisation who has asked you to complete one or more tests is the entity responsible for processing your personal data under the GDPR. They are the Data controller.
- At JobMatch Sweden, we provide an online system for testing and in doing so act as a Data processor.
- Before you complete any of our tests you will be asked to accept the terms and conditions for testing. You can find these here. You can read more about your anonymity and how your data will be processed in this Privacy and personal data agreement.
For employers who use our tests
In order for you to feel confident that we comply with the regulations of the GDPR and for you to know how we process both your own and your test candidates’ data, all our customers and users are given written agreements that govern test usage and the relationship between us as a supplier and you as a customer/user. These are available in our online test system: www.jobmatchcenter.com.
- The Data processing agreement contains information about aspects such as our responsibility, data security, and processing and storage of personal data. To read the agreement in full please click here.
We hope that both our customers and their test candidates feel confident with us! Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions: email@example.com