Polish DPA’s guidance on data protection in the workplace partially “controversial”

The Polish data protection authority (‘UODO’) issued, on 4 October 2018, guidance for employers on data protection in the workplace, under the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’), following a public consultation on the same. In particular, the Guidance focuses on the processing of employee data during recruitment, selection and the employment period, as well as distinguishes between different types of employment contracts, such as those concerning temporary and permanent workers.

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