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HR-ON ansætter flere medarbejdere: Morten, Patrick, Henrik og Jenni er nye ansigter hos it-virksomheden

HR-ON hires new employees

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As HR-ON continues to grow, it is once again necessary to hire new employees.

Since autumn 2019, this IT company has welcomed more than ten new colleagues. Some of them are trainees who are with the company in connection to their studies.

A focus on English

In addition, HR-ON has welcomed four student assistants: Jenni Kerr, Morten Kofoed Esbjørn, Patrick Ahrenfeldt Rasmussen and Helin Cevik. The first two are working mainly with the company’s links to English-speaking markets. Jenni Kerr was born and raised in England, while Morten Kofoed Esbjørn was born in Denmark and lived in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA for nine years.

Therefore, HR-ON is certainly well-equipped with the necessary linguistic skills to collaborate with companies based west of the North Sea.

High priority goes to students

For HR-ON, it is important that sufficient time is given for training students, regardless of whether they are working in the form of a student job or an internship at the IT company.

One example is Patrick Ahrenfeldt Rasmussen, who is studying Marketing and Economics and has recently started an internship at HR-ON. Patrick’s role includes, among other things, strengthening the presence of HR-ON and HR-ON’s content on Google. He therefore works a lot with Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

Another new employee is Helin Cevik. She is a student assistant and a daily high school student. Helin’s role includes solving a variety of tasks.

A new face in management

In addition, HR-ON is also increasing the number of full-time employees. At the beginning of 2020, a Finance and Administration Manager joined the team. This is 30-year-old Henrik G. Poulsen.

Henrik has completed a Masters degree in Accounting and in addition he has gained professional experience as an accountant in a company in Ribe (a Danish town located a couple of hours away from Odense).

It is the growth of the company which allows HR-ON to hire new employees. This growth has been acknowledged and celebrated by one of Denmark’s top newspaper firms, Dagbladet Børsen. This newspaper, produced in Copenhagen, specialises in business news and each year awards companies the prestigious ‘Gazelle’ award for growth. HR-ON has recently been awarded it’s second ‘Børsen Gazelle’.

More developers

HR-ON has also hired five new developers since autumn 2019. Read about the developers here.

Pictured below are nine of the new employees: In the back, from left to right: Henrik G. Poulsen, Isabella Lykkehus, Patrick Rasmussen, Lone Iversen, Martin Pagel, Jenni Kerr, Sven Winther Bachmann. Seated in the front, from left to right: Morten Esbjørn and Eugenio Capuani.

HR-ON ansætter ti nye medarbejdere

HR-ON ansætter flere medarbejdere

A number of new employees at HR-ON

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There are a number of new employees at HR-ON, which has strengthened the developer team. As the year draws to a close, five new employees have been welcomed to the company.

It is the company’s impressive growth which has lead to the hiring of a number of new employees at HR-ON. This growth has once again been celebrated by Dagbladet Børsen (a Danish newspaper with a business focus). HR-ON has recently been awarded it’s second ‘Børsen Gazelle’ for impressive growth.

A wide array of skills

The five new IT experts come to HR-ON with different backgrounds and therefore bring with them a wide array of skills.

One of these developers is Martin Pagel, a software developer, who is working specifically on the HR-ON Recruit system. In addition, Sven Winther Bachmann and Lone Iversen bring multimedia design skills to the firm, which they are both currently studying. In connection to their studies, they are completing an internship at HR-ON as web developers. With regards to Sven, he has chosen to complete this education to get a degree in some skills he already has, skills he taught himself starting from the age of 10.

Strengthening of the HR-ON Staff team

In addition to the three aforementioned developers, HR-ON has welcomed two more developers; Isabella Lykkehus and Eugenio Capuani.

Isabella Lykkehus is a graduate of computer science specializing in machine learning from the University of Southern Denmark. Eugenio Capuani is a graduate of computer science and informatics from Roskilde University. He is originally from Italy, but he has a Danish mother and came to Denmark to study.

In the image above the article you can see the new faces at HR-ON. From left to right: Lone Iversen, Isabella Lykkehus, Eugenio Capuani, Martin Pagel and Sven Winther Bachmann.

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How will GDPR change the way we use Social media?

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May is fast approaching, and the worries related to GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) are increasing. The date is fixed and the purpose is clear: this regulation will protect our personal data as any other law.

So far, we know that GDPR will touch every aspect of our life, from the private to the professional one. For example, the data that we will include in our CV will be protected by cloud-based systems, where the companies will be able to store every CV and cover letter received without storing personal data on their computers.

But what about the huge amount of data that we use when we are browsing our favourite social media sites, for example Facebook?

This article explores how GDPR will change the way we use Social media.

Facebook vs GDPR

Well, the group of Menlo Park didn’t want to be left behind and in order to be fully GDPR-compliant, will let the users manage their own data to protect their privacy. In the privacy section of your own profile, you can already read about their efforts to do so:

“The information you share on Facebook remains your property. This means that you decide what to share and with whom you share it on Facebook and you can even change your mind. That’s why we provide you with the tools to eliminate anything you have published. We remove deleted content from your diary and our servers. In addition, you can also delete your account at any time.”

They will be finally able to check who can see their content and the reactions to the posts. They will have the possibility to manage their tag on the posts and much more, in an easier and clearer way.

Moreover, the social media will let its privacy principle be public, in a surprising move of transparency. In the aftermath, pushed by the coming into force of the GDPR, Facebook will let the users know, how their data will be used. This will be possible thanks to a new control center, but it might result in some alterations in the way Facebook users will navigate the social media platform.

Less time on the newsfeed

In fact, Zuckerberg affirmed that this new strategy will probably decrease the amount of time spent on the platform. But this will probably be the best decision for its brand. There will be more transparency, more trust gained from the user perspective and a full compliance with the new European rule that is altering the whole world.

It is already possible to check the privacy principles of Facebook on this blog post.

 

And you? What changes are you making to your company’s social media, to accommodate the new GDPR?

 

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