HR GDPR Briefing
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most important change in data privacy law in the last twenty years and it will impact every business, in particular HR.
Significant penalties can be imposed on employers that breach the GDPR, including fines of up to €20 million or 4% of annual worldwide turnover, whichever is greater.
GDPR will regulate the way payroll information, employee details, people’s expenditures, medical records and other sensitive details are processed in the HR department.
“It is the responsibility of every employer – a ‘data controller’ by definition of the GDPR – to keep all of this information secure and to ensure that employees’ rights are respected, with the risk of enforcement action and damaging publicity for those who get this stuff wrong.”
The HR GDPR Briefing will provide delegates with a framework for compliance, where you'll hear from the UK's leading experts.
Attend the HR GDPR Briefing at the GDPR Summit London to hear from the experts on the following topics:
How HR departments will be affected by the GDPR
Learn how to audit your data
Understand how to make sure staff contracts comply with the GDPR
What will a Data Protection Officer do?
Ensure compliance from providers
How to comply after a data breach
HR & GDPR - Case study
Remember - It won’t be enough just to be compliant - you will also have to be able to demonstrate compliance!