The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the EU’s new data privacy regulation which went into effect on May 25, 2018. Because employees generate a large amount of personal data that HR must collect, manage and store, the GDPR directly affects how HR does its job. Keep reading for everything HR needs to know to prepare for GDPR compliance.
The GDPR includes a wide range of data privacy and security requirements which impacts all employers with EU-based workforces. Keep reading to learn the basic principles of the GDPR and what has changed from the previous Directive.
The GDPR standardizes employee data privacy laws across the EU, but there will still be shades of gray when it comes to individual state requirements. Across the EU’s 28 Member States, many will have their own implementation rules that go beyond the requirements of the GDPR. In this webinar, we will cover:
Final and pending legislation details for the United Kingdom, FranceandGermany
How theseimplementionlaws might impact employee data collection practices under GDPR
Implications for HR depending on the possible outcomes of BREXIT
How HR can proactively comply with the GDPR while addressing these country-specific exceptions