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I will need a user-friendly and robust database to register international freelancers and intend to buy such product in the market. 

Could you suggest an appropriate product which will allow also to copy and past searchable CVs and documents in most commen formats to the candidates file?  

It would be ideal if an electronic questionnaire will be send and to be filled in by the candidates which afterwards will placed in the candidates file.

I welcome all suggestions and comments. Please be aware I am only a simple user not an IT expert... 

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I don't know a product but I know the new European data protection rules GDPR.

Be careful what you save and for how long.

Even if you are in Thailand you have to follow those rules if you save data about people with address in the EU or UK.

 

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9 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

I don't know a product but I know the new European data protection rules GDPR.

Be careful what you save and for how long.

Even if you are in Thailand you have to follow those rules if you save data about people with address in the EU or UK.

 

The European Standard for data protection does matters only if working in the EU which is not my case...many of the recent EU rules are very questionable as they only reinforces the dictatorial structures of the EU...

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12 minutes ago, GeKoSc said:

The European Standard for data protection does matters only if working in the EU which is not my case...many of the recent EU rules are very questionable as they only reinforces the dictatorial structures of the EU...

That is wrong!

 

The laws apply within the EU and for anybody working with people and companies from the EU. Lots of companies in Thailand (and not only Thailand) have to make sure they work according to those rules and regulations. Otherwise their European business partners won't be able to work with them anymore (without risking huge fines themselves)

 

The idea about those rules is to protect the personal data of the people, which makes a lot of sense. Lots of people don't want that their personal data is shared with anybody who pays for it and they don't want that companies keep the data for no good reason forever.

 

The way you see it "dictatorial structures of the EU" I guess it's better if people stay away from you and your database.

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