Alison Owen
by Alison Owen

Demand for Volcanic GDPR-compliant websites hits unprecedented high

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Demand for our GDPR-compliant websites has hit an unprecedented high.

Our new GDPR-compliant platform was presented to 60 recruitment companies, industry associations and partners at last month’s hugely successful Volcanic Erupt event in London, in partnership with LinkedIn.

Neil Pickstone, co-founder of Volcanic, said: “We knew there was strong industry interest in our GDPR-compliant platform but, frankly, we’ve been bowled over by demand following its preview at Erupt.

“We’ve stripped our system back to its roots to build a model that is led by the core GDPR principles of privacy by design / privacy by default and have worked in consultation with industry experts to develop our GDPR-compliant website platform.

“Fundamentally, if you don’t have a GDPR-compliant website, you don’t have a recruitment business after 25 May 2018.

“At Volcanic, we want to be able to offer every recruitment company who wants to work with us a solution to meet the new legal requirements. Given the huge growth in demand we’re seeing, we’d urge you to register your interest as soon as possible.

Volcanic is supporting the recruitment industry towards GDPR compliance ahead of the May 2018 deadline.  Download your free guide to GDPR for recruitment agencies that walks you through the 12 principles set out by the ICO and gives pragmatic advice on how to deal with them, or contact us for more information. ​


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