The General Data Protection Regulation has been described as the biggest data protection change in a generation. It's set to alter the way businesses handle data for the foreseeable future, effecting in particular those who operate within Human Resources.
GDPR will regulate the way payroll information, employee details, people’s expenditures, medical records and other sensitive details are processed in the HR department.
A breach within a single department, such as HR, could be catastrophic for the entire organisation - join the HR GDPR Briefing and ensure your department is compliant in time.
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What does the GDPR mean for HR departments and professionals?
How can you demonstrate that you are processing data fairly?
How must ‘consent’ be obtained under the new rules?
What will need to be included in a Privacy Notice?
What rights do individuals have on the use of information held about them?
What is the right to be forgotten and how is it enforced?
What to do in the event of a data breach?
What do you have to do NOW to be ready when the new regulation comes into force?
How must an organisation respond to complaints?
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