Our group company, Boss Governance (ADP Partner) attended to the annual "ADP Partner Executive Convention" in Madrid between November 07-09, 2018.
The opening ceremony of our valuable client Amicorp took place in the Union Church of Istanbul in the facilities of the Dutch Embassy. We wish Amicorp a successful business.
On the 12.02.2018 dated Hürriyet newspaper CEO of CottGroup®, Selim T. Akdağ explained the deletion and the anonymization of the personal data. In Akdağ's statement, with the personal data anonymization, its place in Human Resources and the additional responsibilities that it brings along to the companies, along with the right of saying "forget me" are also told.
CottGroup® CEO'su Selim Tankut Akdağ:The Law numbered 6698 on the "Protection of Personal Data" and "deletion and anonymization of the personal data" regulations in the application of the Law brings major responsibilities to companies, especially in the field of Human Resources.
From now on, the business owners should develop and elaborate their knowledge for understanding the concept of personal data and should introduce systems and strategies on how to protect and delete the personal data. It is an urgent need for the Human Resources to start building new policies and procedures to keep up with the new laws and regulations.
Right to erase the personal data originates
The Human Resources, collects, saves and uses various data about the individuals, as of the beginning of the recruitment and onboarding processes. Therefore, recruitment processes have crucial legal responsibilities in protection and the usage of the candidate's personal data.
In case of a termination of an employee's work contract, if there aren't any ongoing legal processes and if, the social security, tax and the other legal obligations have finished the legal preservation period, the personal data must be deleted or anonymized by the employer. Likewise, resigned personnel also have the right to request the deletion of the personal data by saying "Forget Me!".
CottGroup®'s CEO, Selim T. Akdag's article on the possible effects of the Blockchain technologies on shaping the future of the Human Resources processes with the new technological developments took place in HR Magazine (HR Dergi) January 2018 issue.
The article simplifies the Blockchain technology and how it can provide evolution and progress of HR processes, especially with the security and confidentiality aspects with the new implementations on the Protection of Personal Data Law, anonymization and deletion of personal data.
"Institutions and enterprises started to question their technologic sufficiency and competences with the application of new regulations on Personal Data Protection, Anonymization and Deletion of Personal Data. It would not be wrong to say that Human Resources have urgent need and obligation to transform and digitalize its processes to ensure security and confidentiality. In the very near future, Blockchain's top-level encrypted, transaction-driven structure will be included to the verification of the operations in the data transfer processes of Human Resources."
The January 2018 of the HR Magazine addressed the new trends and technologies in "human" centered HR model, with the contribution of business leaders prominent in the field.