If you want to learn best practice in handling data in light of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), you can do no better than to look at DuPont. Now part of science giant DowDuPont following a merger last year, data is part of the DNA of the organisation and it has a long history of embedding data protection into its culture.
Here are the top five lessons on implementing GDPR from the session with Gert Beeckmans, Chief Risk and Security Officer at SD Worx, and Frank Rudolf, Director of Payroll at PAREXEL from the SD Worx European Conference 2018, held in London on 6th February.
With just three months to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, the clock is ticking for HR and payroll managers to get the systems and processes in place to ensure compliance. The regulation, coming into effect on 25 May 2018, updates data rights for today’s networked world, and organisations ignore it at their peril.
Clark Hoy, Business Development Manager at SD Worx UK & Ireland shares his top tips for all the new dads and dads to be (D2B) regarding all things paternity!
Retention of the personal data is ‘lawful basis’ where it is necessary, for compliance with a legal obligation, for the exercise or defence of legal claims. For Payroll and HR reasons, employers must hold and retain personal information about their employees and former employees to meet these legal requirements.