Core International decisively supports the observance of data protection laws, in particular the European data protection guideline of 24 October 1995, for the protection of privacy when processing personal data and the free exchange of such data as well as compliance with country-specific data protection laws. All Core International employees are committed to the strict data protection standards. We also request that our customers observe these precautionary measures.
Main principles of our code of conduct on data protection:
Core International does not store any sensitive data (on political opinions, religious convictions etc.) or process this information further. We protect the data against inadvertent or wrongful destruction, inadvertent loss, inadmissible changes and unauthorised forwarding or access with the help of state-of-the-art technical and organisational security measures.
- We register data exclusively for the purposes of our search and management appraisal activities.
- Information relating to candidates may be passed on to other Core International employees and clients. We always obtain the candidates’ clear approval before passing on personal data.
- Persons who send us their documents automatically are informed that their details will be registered in our database if there is no objection to this.
Individuals whose personal data have been processed at our company have the right to the following information:
These persons have the right to access all data which appear under their name in a search. They are also entitled to correct or delete these data.
- Information about the processing of the data
- Purpose of the data processing
- Addressees provided with the data.
Our clients agree to maintain the same standards of data protection.