Several employees at the Company can work together within the XING TalentManager and exchange (“share”) information with one another (correspondence, conversations, projects, notes, comments, etc.)
Content and information shared in the company’s XING TalentManager will remain there even if the recruiter deletes content shared on XING from the Company’s XING TalentManager or deletes content from the Company’s XING TalentManager or revokes the option to share content.
The administrator appointed by the company can view, edit and share all of the information and content entered by a recruiter in the company’s XING TalentManager with other current and future recruiters using the company’s XING TalentManager, even if said information and content was not explicitly shared by the recruiter. This applies in particular to all conversations and correspondence started or replied to in the company’s XING TalentManager – including the entirety of sent and received messages which are part of aforementioned conversations and correspondence. This also applies when the recruiter loses his access to the Company's XING TalentManager (e.g. because the Company withdraws it or because he ends his employment) or deletes his TalentManager account.
The administrator appointed by the Company can view, edit and share such content with other current and future recruiters using the Company’s XING TalentManager. This applies in particular to all conversations shared in the Company’s XING TalentManager.
Information not shared by the recruiter, not shared automatically, or which cannot be shared is not available to other recruiters in the respective XING TalentManager.
Conversations that were not started, responded to, or shared in the respective XING TalentManager are not saved in said XING TalentManager and are therefore unavailable to the administrator or other recruiters. Such conversations are only available to the inboxes of recruiters involved in the respective conversation. Recruiters must observe third-party rights, particularly when sharing content and information. Correspondence that is clearly private may not for example be shared with other people without the express consent of the sender.