Knowing that our role in protecting the privacy and personal data of our customers is of the utmost importance, turno.pt has appointed a Data Protection Officer to monitor our own compliance. The DPO (Data Protection Officer) is available for our customers to discuss data privacy issues of data through the email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Conditional access
You can configure Turno so that your collaborators can only access pages and information of their own.
- Hide reasons for absence
Employee absence reasons are considered confidential data in the GDPR. You can set up Turno to display absence reasons only to the employee requesting the absence and to their supervisor.
- Anonymization of data
You can permanently remove sensitive and identifiable data of an employee to comply with the right to be forgotten.
- Export all data for a single employee
Based on the data mobility requirements of the GDPR, you can export a package containing all data for a specified employee (or all) that has been stored on Turno - personal and salary details, shifts, holidays, documents, etc.
- Visibility of employee data field by role
You can show and hide certain fields based on who is viewing the data.
- What information does Turno store?
Turno stores data provided by our customers as well as application usage data. The system usage data only contains references to data stored by our customers - no identifiable or sensitive data is stored for this purpose.
- How long does Turno store data?
We store data for as long as you are an active customer. After termination of the contract, the customer has the opportunity to export a copy of all information in the system and the data is deleted immediately afterwards.
- Where is the data stored?
All customer data is hosted in the EU. We ensure that our third party service providers are GDPR compliant and store and process all data within the EU.