Understand how we control the data

Conceptual dataflow diagram

This conceptual dataflow diagram shows the various roles of the involved persons, accessing and using the Howdy data.

Kommentar

1. The list of participants includes the following data per participant:

Person oplysninger:

  • Organisations ID *
  • Fornavn *
  • Efternavn *
  • E-mail adresse *
  • Mobiltelefonnummer
  • Rolle: medarbejder / leder
  • Anciennitet
  • Fødselsdag
  • Privat postnummer + by
  • Sundhedsordning
  • Organisatoriske:
  • Afdelingshierarkiet (Divisioner, Afdelinger, Enheder)
  • Nærmeste leder
  • Lokation

* markerer oplysninger, som er krævet ved oprettelse.

2. API documentation

The API documentation is available here: https://github.com/WorklifeBarometer/API

3. Data deletion

Data is deleted in a number of different situations, that takes into account privacy, anonymity and the like. The policies are described in more details here: [LINK TO POLICIES ***]

4. Data access

The access level is based on the user role, e.g. manager can only access data for the team that he/she manages. HR, when assigned the Admin role, can access all data. More details are available in the overview below.

(C)REATE – (R)EAD – (E)DIT

Notice: If automatic synchronization is activated (API integration or Blob Storage) all E(DIT) rights to PARTICIPANT’S BASE DATA is removed from all portal users.

*1 Reporting covers PDF reports and dashboard data.
*2 Can only create email address and phone number. Once created it becomes invisible (for anonymity reasons).
*3 Cannot change email address and phone number if updated by participant.
*4 Limited to own department data.
*5 The Response Team can only access data if there is an open case for the actual participant.