The Applicants section of Compliance Enablement Preferences allows administrators to define the settings for anonymizing applicants by defining a period of inactivity, after which time the applicant's profile is anonymized. The Applicants section also enables administrators to set personal applicant data as anonymous for new submissions and allow external applicants to deactivate their own profile.
The Applicants section of the Compliance Enablement Preferences topic contains details about each available option, including exceptions and use cases. See Compliance Enablement Preferences.
Note: Former employees cannot self-anonymize from the career site. This covers use cases in which a former employee may have been added as an employee in another way, such as through a data load. The ability to self-anonymize is controlled by the Allow applicants to anonymize their own profiles option in Compliance Enablement Preferences; however, there is no preference that controls this specific former employee use case. Data deletion features based on retention period may still anonymize this data.
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