GDPR requires that some companies have a Data Protection Officer (DPO). Planday’s has voluntarily appointed a DPO who is responsible for the following:

  • Educating employees on why GDPR compliance is important

  • Training staff involved in data processing

  • Auditing our systems to ensure compliance and addressing problem areas proactively

  • Serving as the point of contact for GDPR authorities

  • Maintaining data processing records, which must be turned over to customers if asked

Planday Limited’s DPO is Mads Larsen, Planday’s Director of Privacy & InfoSec. To contact the DPO, please email with your query.

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