The General Protection Regulation 2016/679 is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy. It regulates how organizations can collect, process, store, and share personal data online.
GDPR applies to all businesses established in the EU that collect personal data. Therefore, you need to pay attention and verify compliance among your partners and tools.
Your candidates' information is very sensitive and needs to be protected. Retorio has no access to personal data, as all data and analyses are anonymized and securely encrypted.
Retorio transfers the data very confidentially and stores them exclusively on European servers. All servers are ISO 27001 certified to guarantee data protection and privacy.
Retorio offers its customers full control over their data. Personal data can be irrevocably deleted at any time.
When Retorio is used, applicants are informed that participation is absolutely voluntary and that there are other alternative application options (e.g. uploading a cover letter) and that there is no risk of disadvantages in the event of non-participation. The voluntariness of the participation is also guaranteed by the fact that the participant can stop and delete the recording at any time or delete the completed recording at any time (as long as it has not yet been sent to the company).
Retorio anonymzes and encodes all user data in advance to guarantee that an identification of your applicants and employees is not possible.
Retorio is designed to generate objective evaluations which are independent of origin, gender, religion or belief, disability, or sexual identity. Thus, Retorio can exclude discrimination to a degree that is almost impossible to achieve for humans.
Retorio was designed to support recruiters with recommendations. Automated individual decisions about whether or not an application should be considered are not possible. For example, Retorio allows recruiters to sort applications according to various criteria (similar to the sort function in existing application tracking systems), but the human still has the authority to make decisions.