“GDPR for HR” is the section dedicated to the application of GDPR regulations to the world of human resources.
It provides food for thought and guidelines provided by professionals in the sector to meet the daily challenges of the HR department in the legal field.
Meetings and sharing moments where the legal world meets the human resources world to discuss and apply the new legislation in daily activities.
Right to be forgotten GDPR for HR | 25.05.2020 There is no doubt that one of the fundamental objectives of the GDPR is to increase the level of people's trust in the digital society. The right to erase personal data is also known as the "right to be forgotten". The right to be forgotten pursuan [...]
GDPR for HR | 24.04.2020 This is a right that can be exercised only in the event the personal data have been transmitted on the basis of consent and only if the treatment is carried out on an electronic basis. This is the right to receive personal data from a data controller in a commonly used form [...]
In this second article we want to focus on the right of access governed by article 15 of the GDPR. This is the right of access to his own data by the interested party. The interested party has the right to obtain from the data controller the confirmation that personal data processing is being pro [...]
Recently, also Switzerland has adopted measures in order to comply with the data processing regulation, which already involves the European Union. In fact, the Federal Council considered the Protocol of amendment to the Council of Europe Convention for the personal data protection regulation - GDPR [...]
It is vital that companies and suppliers today establish a complete strategic plan with standards, rules and procedures to guarantee data confidentiality and the protection of personal information of employees and customers. How to ensure security and data protection in the company? Always encryp [...]
The Human Resources department is responsible for managing and protecting employee data. And with the implementation of the GDPR, privacy is becoming one of its main challenges. How are HR departments affected by the new regulation? 1. Consent: while human resources professionals have always requ [...]
What is the GDPR?The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a new set of rules designed to offer EU citizens greater control over their personal data. It aims to simplify the regulatory environment for businesses so that both citizens and businesses in the European Union can take full advanta [...]