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Assessment of Legality of Anti-Terrorist Screening of Job Seekers Under EU Law and National Law. A Theoretical and Practical Approach

Published Online: 18 Jan 2022
Volume & Issue: Volume 12 (2021) - Issue 4 (December 2021)
Page range: 293 - 307
Journal Details
License
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1804-8285
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31 Dec 2010
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4 times per year
Languages
English
Abstract

The aim of the scientific paper is to identify employer’s options when engaging in anti-terrorist screening of future employees and to assess the compliance of such a procedure with the relevant European and national legislation. Through the use of qualitative scientific methods such as the analytical-descriptive method, comparison, critical analysis, induction, deduction, and synthesis of the acquired knowledge, the authors draw attention to a different approach to choosing appropriate legal bases for processing relevant information about employees, including different approach to labour law and the personal data protection law. The analysis of the principle of legality of personal data processing in the framework of anti-terrorist screening of job seekers takes into account a specific position of the job seeker as a weaker party to the prospective employment agreement.

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