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From May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation, known as the Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data (GDPR), is in force in the European Union. The new regulation has a big impact on companies that process data of natural persons – including employees’ data. HRnest is fully compliant with this new regulation and also supports employers (i.e. data controllers) in fulfilling the duties imposed on them by the GDPR. Here’s how we do it:

How do we store your data?

Your employees data are safe with us. We use the best servers available – Microsoft® Azure® – fully compliant with industry standards, including GDPR, ISO 27001, HIPAA, FedRAMP, SOC 1 and SOC 2.

Deleting data and limiting their processing

To enforce the employee’s right to anonymization, all personal data of former employees can be completely removed from our system. If you need to keep an account of such a person – for example in order to make the last annual settlement – you can block it.

Transferring data

You can export data stored in HRnest to Excel, other HR and payroll software, calendars and other applications.

Privacy Policy and Cookies

Your privacy and comfort are our top priorities. More information about the principles on which we process personal data and the cookies we use can be found on this page:

Security measures

All data is transported from the client to the HRnest servers using 256 bit Secure Socket Layer. Every 24 hours we create backup copies of all our clients’ databases. We regularly test the recovery backup procedures.


Adjustment of regulations

Our Terms of Service have been made compliant with the GDPR – you can read them here:


Contacting the Data Protection Officer

If you would like to use your rights regarding your personal data, contact our Data Protection Officer (Michał Strzelecki) via this email address:

If you have any questions related to the implementation of the GDPR in our application, please contact us via the form at: