Nov 272013
 
 November 27, 2013  Non-U.S., Workplace

Leanne Nicholson reports:

Private information of thousands of Australian jobseekers harvested through medical examinations and stored for profit has raised legal and applicant concerns about the protection and use of personal data.

Australia’s largest publicly-listed health and risk management provider, Konekt, has collected the personal data of jobseekers since 2007 through medical examinations on behalf of private companies and government agencies as part of employment selection processes.

Read more on the Sidney Morning Herald.

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