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DATA PROTECTION

Employee photos on websites and the GDPR

You would like to create a “meet the team” section on your website which has photos of all key staff and a description of their job role. Where do you stand on this legally now that the GDPR is in force? More...

GDPR

The GDPR: personal data breaches

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) potentially makes employers liable for personal data breaches. What are they and how should you respond to them? More...

DATA PROTECTION - GDPR

How long can we hold CVs on file?

You’ve interviewed a candidate who was unsuccessful but they may well be suitable for a future job role. Are you permitted to hold their CV on file or does the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) prohibit this? More...

DATA PROTECTION

GDPR record of processing activities

From 25 May 2018 all employers will be obliged to maintain a written record of their data processing activities in relation to employees. How can you ensure that your record complies with the GDPR? More...

DATA PROTECTION

The GDPR and the right to be forgotten

The General Data Protection Regulation grants all data subjects a right to erasure. This is more commonly known as the “right to be forgotten”. Must you comply if an employee, or a former employee, exercises this right? More...

DATA PROTECTION

A mandatory GDPR privacy notice for staff

The General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on 25 May 2018. From then, you’ll have to give staff more detailed information about the data you hold on them and how it’s processed. How must this be done? More...

DATA PROTECTION

Q&A - the GDPR and external HR advisors

DATA PROTECTION

Q&A - employment contracts and the GDPR

DATA PROTECTION

Full guidance on the GDPR

DATA PROTECTION

GDPR and subject access requests

Currently, you have 40 days to respond to a subject access request (SAR) and can charge a £10 fee. What will happen when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018? More...
Last updated: 07.12.2018

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