HR Guide to GDPR
The impact of GDPR on how
businesses handle employee data
and ways to stay compliant.
The General Data Protection Regulation, otherwise known as GDPR, was enforced on 25th May 2018 by the European Union (EU).
The aim of this new regulation is to improve the rights and security of European citizens’ data. Any business who handles data must meet the strict standards of the new regulation. This includes being transparent, secure and accountable. Complete the form to download and discover more about GDPR.
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Support for businesses who are paying sick pay to employees HMRC will bring forward legislation to allow small-and medium-sized businesses and employers to reclaim Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) paid for sickness absence due to COVID-19. The eligibility criteria for the...read more
An employers HR guide to GDPR
The impact of GDPR on how businesses handle employee data and ways to stay compliant.
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