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Data protection regulations would not allow the trade union delegate to access a copy of the payrolls of the work staff affected by the application for access. However, it is possible to communicate the information contained in payrolls in an aggregate way, so as to ensure that they are not identified.
Access by the bodies representing public workers to the remuneration information of these people on a case-by-case basis will be conditional upon the applicable legislative provisions and concurrent circumstances in the specific case. University workers' committee members on the negotiating Commission for the Equality Plan must be able to access the information in the Retributive Register, which must comply with the terms of Article 28.2 of the ET, despite having professional categories with a small number of workers, while remaining those obliged to respect the confidentiality of the information obtained, as well as the principle of purpose.
The publication of the work census of the Col·legi d'Economistes de Catalunya, which included personal data (name, surnames, sex, DNI, seniority and professional category) of 21 people, relating to the electoral process for choosing the person representing the workers of the CEC, is denounced. It is also reported that the publication was made in a space accessible by people outside the CEC staff. It is archived because the processing has a legal basis and because it has not been proven that the census had been published in a place accessible to third parties.
In view of the rules governing Equality Plans in companies, it can be said that the members of the Committee of Workers of the entity that are part of the negotiating Commission for the Equality Plan must be able to access information from the Tax Register, which must be in accordance with the terms of Article 28.2 of the ET, despite having professional categories with a small number of workers, while remaining those obliged to respect the confidentiality of this information.
The lack of a sufficient legal basis to enable the processing of workers' personal data in an electoral procedure by electronic voting prevents a response to the questions raised, since it would be necessary to keep to the specific provisions of legal empowerment and possible regulatory deployment, in order to assess the specific aspects relating to compliance with data protection regulations.
Translate from a resolution (decree) that resolves a complaint of harassment to the president of the trade union to whom the harassing person belongs.
The principle of application is imposed. The transfer of the resolution involved communicating the identity of persons who were allegedly harassed and harassed; and, furthermore, some health data of the person who was harassed to the president of the trade union. Article 5.1.a) and 6.1 GDPR are being violated, as there is no legal basis for legitimisation. Furthermore, with regard to the communication of health data, Article 9.2 GDPR is also infringed.
Sending an email to certain corporate addresses of local police officers, from an email address outside the whistleblower.
There is no indication that the denounced City Council is the holder of the e-mail account from which a message was sent to certain local agents, criticising trade union behaviour. In this respect, it is also inappropriate to argue that the City Council has filtered information regarding corporate electronic addresses of members of the Police Corps, since, apart from the city council workers who may obviously have access to such corporate addresses, it cannot be ruled out that third parties have obtained this information by their own means (e.g., persons who have provided services to the City Council, or citizens who have related to these public employees).
With regard to the positions of trust and the eventual staff of the City Council, given the typology and characteristics of these positions, it is justified from the perspective of data protection, to provide individualized information for the remuneration concepts referred to by the claimant. , together with their identification, level and position they hold. As for the rest of the City Council's employees (staff and civil servants), the data protection regulations do not prevent the provision of information on the basic and complementary remuneration of each job, without identifying the people who occupy.
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Data protection regulations do not prevent the union delegate from accessing information relating to the overtime hours of managers, senior officials and staff holding positions of trust, free appointment, special responsibility within the organization or involving high levels. remuneration, as well as the list of overtime hours for workers with an employment contract that appears in the daily working hours records drawn up from 12 May 2019. With regard to the list of overtime hours for civil servants since 2018 until the date of the resolution, as well as those made before May 12, 2019 by workers with employment contracts, pseudonymized information must be provided. In relation to the reasons that justified the execution of overtime, general information can be provided on the criteria used by the City Council for its attribution, without making an individualization.
The data protection regulations do not prevent the individualised information requested by the employee representative from being communicated to the employee, indicating the identity (name and surnames) of the workers affected by the agreement on the absorption of the productivity supplement and the amount this agreement has entailed for each worker.