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Five ways HR can lead the way with GDPR

While the GDPR brings risks and eye-watering penalties for non-compliance, it also brings great opportunities for firms that use it...

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New Data Protection Bill to launch next month

7 Aug 2017

The Government has today outlined its intention for a new Data Protection Bill, to be published in September 2017, which...

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Top 10 HR questions July 2017: Data subject access requests

2 Aug 2017

Employers will have less time to respond to data subject access requests under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and...

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Repeal Bill: No immediate change for workers’ rights

14 Jul 2017

EU-derived legislation such as the Working Time Directive, TUPE and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will continue to apply...

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General Data Protection Regulation – are you ready?

4 Jul 2017

Regardless of Brexit, the General Data Protection Regulation will bring in a range of new rights allowing employees to access...

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Top 10 HR questions June 2017: Maximum workplace temperature

4 Jul 2017

With a temperature of 34.5°C recorded at Heathrow, 21 June 2017 was Britain’s hottest June day for 40 years.
Whether...

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Five key compliance challenges for HR

29 Jun 2017

HR departments face a constant barrage of new regulation and compliance requirements, and forthcoming developments such as GDPR will add...

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How to gear up for GDPR and create a data privacy culture

21 Jun 2017

It is easy to view GDPR as just another compliance challenge, but HR can play a crucial role in ensuring...

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Top 10 HR questions May 2017: Some other substantial reason

5 Jun 2017

Perhaps the general election means that the collective HR consciousness has its mind elsewhere, or maybe it’s the effect of...

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GDPR not well understood by HR professionals

12 May 2017

The vast majority of HR professionals do not have a good understanding of the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)...

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Top 10 HR questions April 2017: General Data Protection Regulation

4 May 2017

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will introduce significant changes to the data protection regime, along with increased penalties for...

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Get ready for GDPR: Guidance for employers (webinar)

19 Apr 2017

ON DEMAND |The General Data Protection Regulation changes how data is processed in the EU, and while it does not come into force until May 2018, employers need to prepare now.

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Top 10 HR questions March 2017: Tax-free childcare and the apprenticeship levy

4 Apr 2017

The Tax-free Childcare scheme is due to be phased in from 28 April 2017, with employers’ childcare voucher schemes being...

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Top 10 HR questions February 2017: Gender pay gap reporting and the apprenticeship levy

9 Mar 2017

What's keeping HR professionals awake at night?

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ICO opens consultation on consent under the GDPR

6 Mar 2017

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is consulting on draft guidance on consent under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The...

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