Some time has passed since the Polish Labour Code was adjusted to the provisions of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, but some issues remain unclear. Problems with interpretation of the provisions arise at the stage of recruitment and determining which personal data of candidates may be collected and processed by prospective employees. Doubts are raised for example by the issue of the permissibility of obtaining residential addresses from job applicants.Continue reading “Recruitment in compliance with the GDPR: Home address”
Author: Jarosław Karlikowski
Jarosław Karlikowski, attorney-at-law, handles individual and collective employment matters (in particular, group layoffs and employment restructuring), as well as employment-related litigation. He also takes part in due diligence projects.