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How protected is confidentiality of personality tests given

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How protected is confidentiality of personality tests given during hiring process to candidates?

Thank you for your question. The employer is under a duty to keep the information obtained through the application process confidential and may not disclose the information to the applicants detriment.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Ok. How about the recruiter (III Party) or the firm administering the test and the assessment (another III party) ? Are they bound by law as well?

Yes. They all have a duty not to disclose.
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