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GDPR For HR Explained
*CORRECT AS OF SEPTEMBER 2017* This webinar provides an overview for HR teams to help with their GDPR compliance. The way in which personal data is used and protected is set to change in May 2018. In response to the changing landscape, the EU has updated the current Data Protection Directive with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Organisations in the EU will have to comply with its provisions from 25th May 2018 but what does this mean from an HR/ Employment Law perspective? Join us for this brief webinar to hear some commonly asked questions answered in respect of the HR implications of the GDPR.
Views: 8138 Ellis Whittam
GDPR and HR Records
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is changing the landscape for data protection in the UK and across Europe from 25th May 2018. HR departments and HR professionals need to review the data they hold on current employees and potential recruits, as soon as possible. Verity Slater and Jowanna Conboye, Solicitors at Stephens Scown, provide guidance on what HR teams should be doing now. For more information and to make an enquiry, visit our website: https://www.stephens-scown.co.uk To be notified when further employment law videos are uploaded please subscribe to our channel.
Views: 4071 Stephens Scown
GDPR for HR: What HR needs to know and do
On 25 May 2018, the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect. This will have a significant impact on how employee data is processed. In this webinar, our employment lawyers, Olivia Sinfield and Rachael Oakley will provide a high level overview of the GDPR, give practical points and tips that HR needs to know and highlight the changes that need to be made by May 2018. Speakers: Olivia Sinfield Rachael Oakley
Views: 1750 Osborne Clarke
Data Protection for Employment Lawyers & HR Professionals - Webinar
to view this full webinar go to http://www.mblseminars.com/8172
Views: 28 mbltv
GDPR for HR Professionals
Irwin Mitchell's GDPR webinar for the employment sector
Views: 1746 Irwin Mitchell
GDPR Vs HR - Lawful basis for processing 2018
For me employee data is sometimes given less consideration than customer data so I’ve decided to take a look at HR and employment processing under the GDPR for this weeks video. If you work in HR or have an interest in employee data and the lawful basis for processing then this one is for you! #ico #dataprotection #dataprivacy #privacy #GDPR #DPO #dataprotectiondiaries #dataprotectionofficer #HR #employmentdata
The Role of HR in GDPR Compliance
Our SVP of Global HR, Claudia Wu, discusses how HR can help your business with GDPR compliance. Learn more by visiting: http://bit.ly/2HClIV2
Views: 223 Trend Micro
GDPR: Everything You Need to Know About the New Data Protection Rule
The above video highlights everything you need to know about the new data protection rule - GDPR. For more information on this subject, download the white paper here: https://www.onlinewhitepapers.com/information-technology/gdpr-everything-need-know-new-data-protection-rule/ ABOUT: Online White Papers, a web brand of Bython Media, helps company executives and IT decision-makers identify the problem areas of their business as well as strategies, techniques, and technologies to inform employees, give insight and support where needed, and to streamline the business process. A vast repository of professional resources from leaders in the IT, finance, marketing, and human resources industries brings solutions to your fingertips. Find out more at OnlineWhitePapers.com.
Views: 2971 Bython Media
What every HR leader needs to know about GDPR
Nicki Dexter, SVP, people and communications at Schibsted Media, reveals the critical points every HR function needs to consider under the GDPR. This interview is part of Hot Topics' There's Something About Data series, powered by Oracle Cloud.
Views: 3453 Hot Topics
HR ListenIn: GDPR for HR practitioners – a new data protection regime
On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation will usher in a new, more stringent regulatory environment for all employers. Dom Holmes and Rachel Ashwood look at the forthcoming changes, with a specific focus on what it means for HR practitioners. They discuss new rights and safeguards for employees in relation to their personal data, how to handle subject access requests and practical tips on how HR practitioners should start their GDPR compliance project.
Views: 200 Taylor Vinters
What's Changing for HR in 2018?
In this webinar, we consider key topical issues for HR in 2018, most of which will affect many of us. Some are pivotal developments that could really change the scope of HR as we know it. We will cover: Gender Pay – The deadline GDPR - The General Data Protection Regulation Tribunals – Abolished fees and increased cases Sleep-ins – Recent cases support minimum wage Statutory Rates for 2018 – What you’ll need to pay Auto-Enrolment – Increase in minimum contributions The Gig Economy – An overhaul to force employment rights
Views: 212 HR Solutions
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What does GDPR mean for HR?
GDPR isn’t a compliance burden, it has benefits for HR and employees. Arnaud Gouchan, PeopleDoc’s Chief Legal and Compliance Officer, explains why the GDPR is a good thing for employers. Watch all of HR’s GDPR questions, answered in 2 minutes or less: https://hubs.ly/H0cb0xt0
Views: 92 PeopleDoc
13 Essential HR Policies
http://www.myvirtualhr.co.uk There are some HR policies and procedures that it is essential for your business to have to ensure that you are doing everything correctly, and that your HR policies and procedures are not only legal and appropriate, but that they are fit for purpose. The task facing many businesses is knowing where to start, and what HR policies and procedures they must have to be legally compliant. http://youtu.be/J3qESIW1m7A These are the 13 HR policies and or procedures that every business ought to have: 1. Job Specification and personal profiles: 2. Contracts of Employment: 3. Managing Probation Periods: 4. Performance Management: 5. Discipline and Dismissal Policy: 6. Grievance Procedure: 7. Sickness Absence & Sick Pay: 8. Holiday entitlement: 9. I.T. usage: 10. Data Protection Policy: 11. Equal Opportunities: 12. Appraisal Policy: 13. Health & Safety Policy Statement These 13 HR policies and procedures are the very minimum you need to have in place to ensure that your business is compliant. My Virtual HR provides a range of standard and bespoke employment contracts and employment handbooks, HR policies and procedures, template letters, forms, and consultancy at affordable prices for smaller businesses in England and Wales. http://www.myvirtualhr.co.uk The task is knowing where to start, and what HR policies and procedures they must have to be legally compliant. There are 13 HR policies and or procedures that every business ought to have. 1. Job Specification and personal profiles: 2. Contracts of Employment: 3. Managing Probation Periods: 4. Performance Management: 5 . Discipline and Dismissal Policy 6. Grievance Procedure: 7. Sickness Absence & Sick Pay: This policy, which is apt for inclusion in the contract of employment, sets out your rules for notifying absence due to sickness or incapacity, whether the employee can self-certify their absence and, if so, for how long, and what payment they will be entitled to during any such periods of absence. 8. Holiday entitlement: All full-time employees in the UK are entitled to at least 5.6 weeks paid holidays in a year. This is capped at 28 days, which can be inclusive of statutory Bank Holidays and public holidays. These are sometimes called Working Time or WTR holidays. If you give more than the statutory minimum holidays, you can set out rules for carrying over unused holidays into the next leave year. Be aware, however, that the WTR holidays cannot be carried over. 9. I.T. usage: Especially with the temptations of social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook, and the Internet, it is best to let your employees know clearly and in advance what I.T. usage is and is not acceptable. This policy should also cover employees using their own devices either during normal working hours or in the course of their work. 10. Data Protection Policy: This is an important policy. It is not just about what data you store, including personal data and sensitive personal data, but how and where you store it, how and where it is processed, and how you safeguard it. Failure to protect this data could not only lead to a huge loss of customer goodwill, but also to a fine that is big enough, potentially, to seriously affect your company's future. 11. Equal Opportunities: The Equality Act 2010 brought together in one place all the separate pieces of UK legislation relating to discrimination and harassment. It is very important to make sure you know and understand the obligations on your business, and for your employees to know what they should do as well as what they should not do or say. 12. Appraisal Policy: Many businesses, especially smaller enterprises, consider a formal appraisal policy as being optional. I disagree. A good appraisal policy helps both you and your employee identify their weaknesses and enables you to devise an appropriate training programme to support them in making any necessary improvements. Such a policy also gives you an objective basis for considering pay reviews. 13. The make-weight: The requirements of health and safety legislation permeate all aspects of employment from choosing a piece of workplace equipment, risk assessing a task, to reporting accidents at work. As a legal minimum, you should have a health and safety policy statement. This is the basic information telling staff what you, and they, must do to make sure your business complies with health and safety law. Health and safety policies are job, activity, and site specific. Because of this, it is common for businesses to incorporate their health and safety policy into their staff handbook by reference. These 13 HR policies and procedures are the very minimum you need to have in place to ensure that your business is compliant.
Views: 11999 My Virtual HR
A Practical GDPR Guide for HR & Payroll Professionals
The challenges and complexities of building a GDPR readiness program should not be underestimated. This webinar recording provides a check list to get you on track for GDPR compliance. -GDPR specialists and data compliance lawyers from NGA HR explain the key steps and responsibilities to take to achieve GDPR compliance within HR & Payroll -A check list is provided to ensure you’re on track Download the webinar presentation https://resources.ngahr.com/practical-gdpr-guide-hr-payroll-professionals-presentation Download your GDPR Guide for HR Professionals and get your organization ahead of GDPR https://resources.ngahr.com/gdpr-guide-hr-professionals Download the infographic and the presentation ‘Impact of GDPR on HR and Payroll’ https://resources.ngahr.com/impact-gdpr-hr-payroll https://resources.ngahr.com/impact-gdpr-hr-payroll-0 Read the GDPR blogs: *Ghouls and Ghosts May be Scary, but GDPR is not… https://www.ngahr.com/blog/ghouls-and-ghosts-may-be-scary-gdpr-not%E2%80%A6 *Is your HR Data ready for the GDPR? https://www.ngahr.com/blog/your-hr-data-ready-gdpr *Don’t Make Toast of Your Data, https://www.ngahr.com/blog/don%E2%80%99t-make-toast-your-data More information on regulations: *The full text of the GDPR: https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/justice-and-fundamental-rights/data-protection_en *EU’s GDPR portal: https://www.eugdpr.org/ *ICO GDPR Myth Buster: https://iconewsblog.org.uk/tag/gdprmyths
Views: 257 NGA Human Resources
5 Ways to Ensure General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Compliance
The above video highlights five ways businesses can ensure the General Data Protection Regulation. For more information on this subject, download the white paper here: https://www.onlinewhitepapers.com/information-technology/5-ways-ensure-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr-compliance/ ABOUT: Online White Papers, a web brand of Bython Media, helps company executives and IT decision-makers identify the problem areas of their business as well as strategies, techniques, and technologies to inform employees, give insight and support where needed, and to streamline the business process. A vast repository of professional resources from leaders in the IT, finance, marketing, and human resources industries brings solutions to your fingertips. Find out more at OnlineWhitePapers.com.
Views: 30 Bython Media
NAE One Minute Message: GDPR for HR
Video can be an effective part of an internal communication strategy. Contact New Amsterdam English for more information
Views: 20 Dawn Stella
GDPR Explained: HR and employers
[TRANSCRIPT]: In terms of an employment relationship between you as the employer and any of your employees, then you're also going to have to comply with the terms of the GDPR and from an internal perspective. So it's not just an outward facing issue, you're going to have to think about internally. What personal data you store on behalf of the employees? Why do you store it? Where do you store it? Do you need to store it? You're going to have to alert them as well to the data that you’re storing and why you're storing it, so as they are clear as to why and what you use their personal data for. As an employer, your HR team have a task at hand that they should really take forward now in terms of GDPR compliance. They should be looking at their personnel files that they're holding. What they're holding in those files. Where do they store the files? Where do they store the data? Do they hold any special category or sensitive personal data such as, health records, medical records, that you may well need in terms of complying with equalities acts, legislation as well. If you are holding that data, do you have consents? So you might need to review your consents that you already think you have in place. At the moment, you'll have to think about notifying employees what data is held. You'll also have to think about going forward any prospective employees or applicants. Do you hold personal data? You will likely hold personal data of applicants. Well, if you do, then you should be notifying them at the outset of collecting and holding that, that you are going to hold that.
What employers need to know about the new GDPR
Europe's General Data Protection Regulation will take effect in May 2018, affecting any business that operates in the EU or that processes the personal data of individuals collected within the EU. Learn how these new and enhanced rights for EU employees could impact your role as an HR Leader, Finance Officer or IT Manager in a multinational company.
Views: 3939 ADP
GDPR HR Training 2018
Views: 17 Tracy Callaghan
ONLINE ADVERTISING, DATA PROTECTION AND PRIVACY CONCERNS OF USERS, INDUSTRY AND REGULATORS. Organised by TYPES project Chair: Townsend Feehand, IAB Europe (BE) Moderator: Nikolaos Laoutaris, Telefónica and Data Transparency Lab (ES) Panel: John Byers, Boston University (US), Christopher Clifton, Purdue University (US), Will DeVries, Google (US), Pedro Martin Jurado, Spanish Ministry of Industry (ES), Claire Levallois-Barth, Telecom ParisTech (FR) The lack of awareness of citizens regarding the management of personal information and their increasing concern regarding privacy and data protection pose a serious risk for the sustainable economic growth of online services. In 2015, the Eurobarometer study revealed that 63% of EU citizens do not trust online businesses (search engines, online social networks, e-mail services), more than half of the citizens neither like providing personal information in return for free services, nor appreciate the use of their personal data for targeted advertising. These numbers implicitly demand more transparency around the use of personal data in online services. The recently adopted General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) aims at easing the current situation by enhancing users’ control over their personal data. In light of the concerns this situation raises for the online advertising sector, the panel will address the following questions: - What are the main concerns of citizens in relation to the use of their personal data? - What are the most illustrative examples of an intrusive-discriminatory usage of collected personal data? - What differentiates a “good guy” from a “bad guy” in AdTech? What is the role of self-regulation? - Do we have the right technological and human resources to monitor and enforce the GDPR?
Views: 473 CPDPConferences
GDPR Impact on Human Resources Management
With the GDPR’s effective date, may 25 2018, on the horizon Human Resource Management departments should be planning on how to undertake the necessary changes that will ensure their operations remain legal when the regulation starts being applicable across Europe. It is evident that most HR departments will find it challenging to balance employees’ privacy and the tasks that they must execute in their capacities as HR personnel in the company. It is crucial that human resource professionals and employers start organizing themselves because the law will affect a substantial part of their work including seeking information from the candidates, recording, storing and sharing. These processes are all regulated by the new law. The most critical aspect of these processes is the limitation on the use of consent particularly in the perspective of employment relationship. From the context of employment law, there is no doubt that the onus will be on the HR personnel to demonstrate that the employee consented to the processing of their data. Alternatively, they would have to show that there is a genuine interest or a legal obligation to process personal data. Learn more about it: https://www.compliancejunction.com/gdpr-impact-human-resources-management/ More info here: https://www.compliancejunction.com/infographic-gdpr-in-perspective/ https://www.compliancejunction.com/how-is-personally-identifiable-data-defined-under-gdpr/
GDPR Compliance Checklist – Requirements for General Data Protection Regulation
MARKETING THOUGHT FUNNEL: Is your company ready for one of the strictest data protection laws ever? The General Data Protection Regulation, also known as GDPR, was adopted by the European Parliament in April 2016. It is expected to replace the Data Protection Directive issued in 1995. Companies which are already compliant with the Directive must take extra steps to ensure that they are compliant with all of the new requirements of the GDPR before it goes into effect on May 25, 2018. Companies that fail to comply with the new GDPR regulations will be subject to stiff penalties and fines. For more on this subject, click here: https://www.techfunnel.com/information-technology/gdpr-compliance-checklist-requirements-general-data-protection-regulation/ ABOUT: TechFunnel, a web brand of Bython Media, is an ambitious technology media web property dedicated to technology news, product reviews, and analyzing how technology affects business, finance, human resources, marketing, government, and everyday life.
Views: 517 Bython Media
Summer HR Seminar Chapter 3: General Data Protection Regulation - Implications for Employers
To find out more about HR law, visit https://www.hrlaw.co.uk/ In part 3 of Fox Williams Summer HR Seminar, Nigel Miller talks about the implications for employers of the General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR. To see the full seminar, go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwLJZzh89WDCOcFtZ54M6qxLf86ZImeIO Connect with Fox Williams LLP: Website: http://www.foxwilliams.com HR Law site: https://www.hrlaw.co.uk Twitter: https://twitter.com/hrlawonline LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fox-williams #GoodSenseInTheCity
Views: 157 FoxWilliamsLLP
HR Data - challenges ahead for employers
The new General Data Protection Regulation will apply from 25 May 2018. Bringing enhanced rights for individuals and an increased compliance burden for most employers, businesses need to get ready for compliance. At the same time, concerns around data exports and Brexit will create new challenges, particularly for UK businesses. Planning ahead is essential and this month, we look at key data protection issues for employers.
Views: 980 Taylor Wessing LLP
GDPR & Critical HR Changes
Hear from representatives of Me Learning, hr inspire and Breathe HR in this session aimed at answering how HR departments manage the impending General Data Protection Regulation.
Views: 28 Me Learning
What does HR need to do to comply with GDPR?
You know you have to comply with GDPR, but exactly which steps will get you there? Arnaud talks about how to honor an employees’ personal data rights under the GDPR.
Views: 40 PeopleDoc
NGA Human Resources: Trust and Productivity
Data security is not the only major gain NGA Human Resources received once they moved off G Suite to Office 365. Global staff are far more productive, efficient, and collaborate easily. Privacy counsel deputy data protection officer and the Global PR and External Communications Lead share why they prefer Office 365, see what they have to say. Learn more at: http://o365.com/ngahr
Views: 1877 Microsoft Office 365
GDPR Compliance - Stage 2 Roles
When discussing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) there is a lot of technical jargon that can detract from interpreting what we must do to comply with the Regulation. Our GDPR webinars are a useful sense check and a great opportunity to ask any questions you still have to tie up your loose ends. GDPR STAGE 1 - AUDIT Our first webinar in the 'Five Steps to GDPR Compliance' series covered data auditing and cleansing - if you missed this webinar titled 'GDPR Stage 1 Audit', watch it on demand at: https://www.hrsolutions-uk.com/services/gdpr-compliance-stage-1-audit/ GDPR STAGE 2 - ROLES Our GDPR Stage 2 webinar seeks to clarify who’s who from a HR perspective so that you may feel confident about getting the basics in order and able to delegate in a way that complies with the Regulation. We will cover the roles and responsibilities of: The Data Controller, The Data Processor, The Data Protection Officer, Data Subjects, Third Parties and cover a quick thought about Recipients.
Views: 610 HR Solutions
The Digital HR Office
With the Digital HR Office you have easy access to your confidential personnel records. All data of payroll accounting is easily accessible and you are able to communicate in a secure and legally compliant way with all parties involved: Employees, employer, tax accountant and service provider of payroll processing. And everything is conformant with all legal demands under the terms of the European Data Protection Regulation.
3RAI Why organisations keep HR data
A look at seven reasons why organisations collate and keep HR data. Helpful for the CIPD assignment 3RAI
Views: 1048 Tracy Callaghan
Employment law - How can HR get GDPR ready?
With only a month to go until the GDPR come into force, how ready are you for the Regulations? Andrew Whiteaker, Director at Boyes Turner, gives practical advice on how HR teams can get GDPR ready ahead of the deadline.
Views: 54 Boyes Turner LLP
Picasso HR GDPR Compliance Animation
Picasso HR GDPR Compliance Animation
Views: 89 Picasso HR Ltd
General Data Protection Regulation: Preparation for Employers
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect from 25 May 2018. It will alter how companies deal with personal data, with potential fines for non-compliance of up to €20m or, if higher, 4% of global turnover. In the first of a series of lunchtime GDPR webinars, James Hutchinson looks at the role of a typical employer and cover: - Background and overview of the GDPR - An employer's existing and new duties to its employees - New data rights for employees - Changes to subject access rights - Personal data breach obligations - Steps to take now with under a year to go
Views: 245 Jonathan Roscoe
Liston Enterprises is hosting seminars for HR Manages to understand the GDPR requirements for their businesses. The Data Protection laws are changing on the 25th May 2018 Employer responsibilities are affected by these changes, our seminars will support Business Owners and HR Mangers to fully understand the new requirements and offer ready made solutions to make their businesses compliant. visit: www.listonenterprises.com Call 01737 242122
Views: 18 Liston Enterprises
Data Protection Case Study: The Worried Employee
http://www.tvchoice.uk.com - CLIPS LIBRARY: Data Protection Case Study: The Worried Employee - 5 mins 48 secs Rosie worries she'll lose her job because of mistakes in her personnel records. But what data does her company hold? Has she a right to see it? The TV CHOICE CLIPS LIBRARY is a growing resource of high quality clips for teaching Business Studies, Leisure & Tourism, Geography and other subjects. Clips can be purchased on DVD or streamed from the internet. Visit our website and follow links to "Clips Library" TV CHOICE also has a range of over 200 educational films for Business Studies, Geography, History, Leisure and Tourism and many other subjects. USA FORMATS AVAILABLE. http://www.tvchoice.uk.com
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Four Ways to Avoid a GDPR Audit
MARKETING THOUGHT FUNNEL: What is GDPR? According to Investopedia, General Data Protection Regulation (abbreviated as GDPR), is: "A legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information of individuals within the European Union. The GDPR sets out the principles for data management and the rights of the individual, while also imposing fines that can be revenue-based. The General Data Protection Regulation covers all companies that deal with the data of EU citizens, so it is a critical regulation for corporate compliance officers at banks, insurers and other financial companies. GDPR will come into effect across the EU on May 25, 2018." Since the policy will be implemented in the coming year, here are a few methods to avoid a GDPR audit and perform and initiate complete compliance. For more on this subject, click here: https://www.techfunnel.com/information-technology/gdpr-can-companies-get-compliant/ ABOUT: TechFunnel, a web brand of Bython Media, is an ambitious technology media web property dedicated to technology news, product reviews, and analyzing how technology affects business, finance, human resources, marketing, government, and everyday life.
Views: 65 Bython Media
MANDATORY „WAIVER“ OF PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION IN THE COURSE OF COMMERCIAL AND/OR PERSONNEL TRANSACTIONS. Organised by Austrian Computing Society Chair: Erich Schweighofer, University of Vienna (AT) Moderator: Kai Rannenberg, University of Frankfurt am Main (DE) Panel: Ludmila Georgieva, Austrian Representation to the European Union (AT), Serena Holm, Association of Consumer Credit Information Suppliers (DE), Orlan Lee, University of Cambridge (UK), Christof Tschohl, Epicenter.works (AT) Data protection, trust and security have to be balanced in the knowledge and network society. One of the bad examples of proportionality is the Mandatory Voluntary Waiver of Personal Data Protection. It is the pervasive rule in the United States, undermining any Personal Data Protection law and custom. This practice, which would have seemed unthinkable only a few years ago reaches everywhere now, employment applications, credit transactions, dealings with government agencies, even dealings with your doctor or dentist. The very real intrusive proprietary files on everybody constitute a major challenge for an effective privacy law in the U.S. und the U.K. Whereas the trust-building measures of human resources and financial institutions in the U.K. and the U.S. are recognised as important, a data protection friendly solution is urgently needed. The panel will address such solutions. - As there are no strong technical restrictions for using powerful search algorithm for profiling persons, what are the main legal constraints for profiling? - Should regulators evaluate existing constraints on credit reporting and, in particular, put stronger restrictions on character and general reputation reporting? - Does privacy work in practice in situations of job applications, credit applications etc. when businesses can easily exploit huge data repositories on credibility and character and hold it against the human being? - How can the new GDPR help to control this business?
Views: 89 CPDPConferences
GDPR Bootcamp
In association with Risk Evolves, The HR Dept will be delivering a GDPR bootcamp to ensure small businesses owners are ready for GDPR. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gdpr-bootcamp-just-show-me-what-i-need-to-do-tickets-44235864662?aff=eac2
How Riminder.net helps HR departments to deal with GDPR compliance? F8 2018 by Caroline Matte
Startups Rethinking Privacy: Lessons from Facebook's First Tech Hub : https://developers.facebook.com/videos/f8-2018/startups-rethinking-privacy-lessons-from-facebooks-first-tech-hub/
Views: 116 Contact Riminder
4 Points HR Needs to Know About Employment Law, Data Privacy and Security
Article Source: http://data-informed.com/4-points-hr-needs-to-know-about-employment-law-data-privacy-and-security Image Source: http://www.sklegal.com.au/legal-services/employment-and-industrial-relations These days, human resources departments are collecting and storing vast amounts of employee-related data. From turnover rates and workforce characteristics to payroll and employment history, never before have HR professionals had such unfettered access to personal information. But while these bits and bytes can help hire new talent, identify skills gaps and measure performance, they also create a whole new set of challenges for HR professionals: how to comply with global employment laws, maintain data security and uphold employee privacy. Lawyers are already banking on a big pay day over HR's inability to keep payroll records and social security numbers secure. According to the BTI Consulting Group's 2012 Strategic Review and Outlook for the U.S. Legal Services Industry report, data security is primed to exceed most other practice areas in annual number of matters and annual billings per matter. Luckily, there are steps HR professionals can take to make sure their valuable HR data doesn't become cause for a court date.
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Preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will soon replace all existing regulations by EU member states. Will you be compliant? This video shows what GDPR means from a compliance perspective and recommendations for IT pros to meet the guidance.
Views: 4329 Ipswitch
How GDPR will affect your company
MARKETING THOUGHT FUNNEL General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is an extensive data privacy policy. Created to better protect consumer privacy and customer information. Watch this video and learn how GDPR will affect businesses worldwide. For more on this subject, click here: https://www.techfunnel.com/martech/what-companies-are-affected-by-gdpr/ ABOUT: TechFunnel, a web brand of Bython Media, is an ambitious technology media web property dedicated to technology news, product reviews, and analyzing how technology affects business, finance, human resources, marketing, government, and everyday life.
Views: 50 Bython Media
HRIS Security
Information privacy and security are particularly important issues for HRIS because unlike many other organizational systems, an HRIS includes a great deal of confidential data about employees.
Views: 470 Gregg Learning
How HR Can Feed the Need for All Things Data
https://www.nakisa.com/blog/transformation/how-hr-can-feed-need-all-things-data A global leader in enterprise business solutions for Organization Design and Accounting & Compliance, Nakisa delivers innovative, forward-thinking and robust human resource and financial management solutions that advance your business strategies. Working with a global network of partners, Nakisa serves 800+ enterprise customers and over 4 million subscribers in 24 industries. Nakisa is proud to work with some of the world’s most renowned brands.
Views: 39 Nakisa Inc
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Review
We are all hearing the GDPR as a legislation message we all need to address, the legislation is not generalist, some may or may not have relevance to your organisation. Understanding what is relevant to your business is important. On Friday 15th September at 2.30pm, Phil Mercer PowerONs Services & Solutions Director hosted a webinar to provide a high level, practical, business review of GDPR. During the short session, Phil will provide knowledge on the different aspects of GDPR, and what the requirements are. Additionally, for those customers using Microsoft technologies PowerON demonstrated how Microsoft 365 can support the management and delivery of your GDPR journey. Agenda: Business review of GDPR Overview of enabling technologies from Microsoft Practical examples of implementation Guidance on supporting resources available Q&A PowerON’s Listen to the Experts webinar series is designed to provide you with the opportunity to discuss your options with the experts. If you would like to learn more, visit our website: www.poweronplatforms.com Alternatively, please email us at: [email protected] Are you following us on social media? We post updates everyday. Twitter: https://twitter.com/PowerON_UK LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/3360183/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4TDmB8J9rdIO04qQaBSixA
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PROTECT YOUR NAS DATA w/ Synology C2 Backup - C2 Backup Setup Guide & Overview
Now that you've loaded up your NAS box with backups of all of your important data, it's time to figure out an off-site backup solution. For that, I recommend checking out Synology C2 Backup - a fast and secure way that integrates directly with your Synology NAS. [This video sponsored by Synology & WD] Learn more about Hyper Backup Settings: https://www.synology.com/en-us/knowledgebase/DSM/help/HyperBackup/data_backup_settings Synology C2 Backup - https://c2.synology.com/en-us/backup Buy WD Red Hard Drives (Amazon affiliate): http://geni.us/o0ePi Buy Synology NAS Devices (Amazon Affiliate): http://geni.us/eJFyfSA "► Complete your backup experience Synology C2 Backup is a backup service on Synology Cloud² (Synology C2) for both enterprise and home users. With additional copies of your important files stored on Synology C2, data safety and availability can be ensured when a disaster happens. ► One-stop service With Synology NAS plus Synology C2 Backup, we offer a comprehensive solution, including service consulting, technical support, and RMA, guiding you through each step of your data protection journey. ► Affordable cloud data protection For any IT team, the lease of a data center together with other hardware investment and extra human resources can definitely be a financial burden. Saving a sufficient cost, C2 Backup offers you an affordable plan as well as comprehensive feature sets. ► More than what you pay for Enjoy download to any destination, file-level restoration, and multiple historical file versions without any additional cost." Wanna send something for me to talk about on the channel? Or generally send me MAIL?! 📬 Shipping: P.O. Box 459 Jeffersonville, IN 47131 Edited w/ Premiere Pro CC: https://goo.gl/rJwkQj Thanks for watching! ------------------------- 📧 For marketing/business/sponsorship inquiries, email [email protected] 💻 Discord Server: https://discord.gg/XfQ7W56 📈 Support us on Patreon: http://goo.gl/XJlpSx ► Support by becoming a channel member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRBHiacaQb5S70pljtJYB2g/join 💵 Direct Donation: http://paypal.me/eposvox 🎥 Gear list: https://goo.gl/4uqK1k 🎬 Amazon Reviews: https://goo.gl/9B8acZ ----- ►► Follow Us! ◄◄ 🐦 Twitter: http://goo.gl/UHDmHV 📷 Instagram: http://goo.gl/ppMlh9 🎭 Facebook: http://goo.gl/aVGqKh 📼 Live Stream: https://goo.gl/lE8Ulw ----- ★ Our Channels ★ ✖ Technology Channel: http://goo.gl/YO51cB ✖ Pokemon TCG Channel: http://goo.gl/IbdcOC 🎤 Vlog Channel: http://goo.gl/cQfmP6 🎮 Gaming Channel: http://goo.gl/5NkxkH ----- ✖ Sponsors & Affiliate Links ✖ ★ GOG - DRM-free Games! https://goo.gl/gGNYwb ★ Amazon Affiliate Link: http://goo.gl/bYwmGs ★ B&H Video Gear List: https://goo.gl/4uqK1k ★ TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/et8Myv ----- EposVox is a channel dedicated to making technology more accessible for anyone via product reviews, tutorials, guides, how-to videos and more! Any links to products or services may be affiliate links that give me a small kickback at no cost to you, with no influence on the content.
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