We have a report that shows our KPI's and an individuals performances against those KPI's. This report shows all the employees along with their names so anyone can see how everyone else is performing.
We have had a request from an employee that they want to invoke their right to privacy under GDPR and be removed from these reports and our HR seem to agree with this.
This is on a report that is manually put together at the moment but we are working on automating this via Power BI and the current design rightly or wrongly has not accounted for this sort of request as its a very open culture on performance and stats.
We still want employees to be able to see how they are performing compared to their colleagues so we still need to display other peoples figures. So is there a way that the person viewing the report can see their name but the names of their colleagues would be asterisk's? That way we're anonymising the data of the other employee's?
If this is not possible then guides on row level security that show/demo how managers can see their teams data but front line colleauges can't see their colleagues data would be appriciated.
have you considered applying row level security on individual data and then creating anonymized benchmark dataset available to everyone? that's how I would approach it, but I must say I'm really curious what others have to say