No death by PowerPoint but a practical discussion over a cup of coffee on what is GDPR and what do you as an Employer needs to do to comply.
By 25 May 2018, organisations need to carry out an audit to identify any data protection risk areas and take the first steps towards creating a data protection by design and default culture to comply with the new GDPR Regulations.
HR teams should identify:
- what personal and sensitive personal data is obtained from employees
- how and where that data is stored, accessed and used, and the legal basis for collecting, storing and processing it
- what data is shared with third parties
- what kind of monitoring of employees takes place and where.
They should also prepare an action plan that specifies what needs to be done by when, who will do what and any internal and external support required including:
- what documentation must be prepared or updated
- a review policies and processes and decide which to change (different policies may be needed for employees and managers)
- reinforcement of the changes through training (and keep attendance records)
- what needs to be shown to whom to demonstrate compliance.
Does this sound like something that you can do in-house or would you like the assistance of an outsourced HR expert? To help your organisation become GDPR compliant, HCHR is organising a number of breakfast meeting on Wednesday mornings as follows:
Location: HCHR, 10 St James’ Crescent, Uplands, Swansea SA1 6DZ
Times: from 8 to 9 am
Dates: 25th April, 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th May
Click here to book your place via Eventbrite click here
What can you expect from our breakfast briefing?
- An opportunity to network with others as we work our way through what the GDPR changes mean for us as HR Professionals;
- An overview of the key changes and how they relate to HR;
- An opportunity to ask questions and clarify how others in HR are interpreting the changes in their organisations;
- Access to a free 30 minute audit of how prepared you are for GDPR
To book your place, click here