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How to ensure privacy of job change? If you are applying to a halfway decent company, there is really nothing you need to do. Most companies are very concerned about the privacy of their candidates and manage this well. It's in their own best interest: if they leak an application, the candidate will most likely be mad and withdraw. If word gets out no one ...


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So I am no expert on GDPR so I am not sure whether this is really not allowed. This means that you cannot ensure that it does not happen. However you can always politely ask. I have witnessed several times for instance that the name of a new (already hired employee) was still not shared with the rest of that future employee's team because that person had ...


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In short, because they can ask, because it has always been that way, and because everyone else does it. Originally, this was needed before the popularity of internet when official communications were sent via mail. This is so they can send interview schedules and offers. In modern times, no one needs it for an applicant. The reason that it is still there ...


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