HR GDPR BRIEFING

The HR GDPR Briefing will explore the General Data Protection Regulations effect on the Human Resource department, and how the regulation will change the way the profession will need to approach the processing of data. The event will cover key topics including promoting privacy, employee rights, recruitment, training, data management and data security.

The General Data Protection Regulation has been described as the biggest data protection change in a generation. It's set to alter the way businesses handle data for the foreseeable future, effecting in particular those who operate within Human Resources.

GDPR will regulate the way payroll information, employee details, people’s expenditures, medical records and other sensitive details are processed in the HR department.

A breach within a single department, such as HR, will be damaging for the entire organisation.

GDPR WILL EFFECT HR DEPARTMENTS

EMPLOYERS WILL NEED TO BE TRANSPARENT WITH EMPLOYEE DATA

 

EXPLICIT CONSENT MUST BE GIVEN TO PROCESS DATA

EMPLOYERS MUST GIVE CANDIDATES A GENUINE CHOICE ABOUT DATA PROCESSING

 

CONDUCT GAP ANALYSIS AND DATA AUDITS

ADHERE TO 72 HOUR BREACH NOTIFICATION PERIOD

 

FULFILL SUBJECT ACCESS REQUESTS

AT HR GDPR BRIEFING YOU WILL LEARN

UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF THE HUMAN FACTOR IN GDPR

LEARN HOW TO PROMOTE PRIVACY IN THE WORKPLACE

DISCOVER WHAT YOUR EMPLOYEES RIGHTS ARE UNDER THE GDPR

GAIN A GUIDE TO DATA BREACH PROTOCOL

DISCOVER HOW TO MAINTAIN A TRANSPARENT DEPARTMENT

IMPLEMENT TOP DOWN COMPLIANCE TRAINING

 

Previous attendees to HR GDPR Briefing:

HR Data & Technology Manager // Jaguar Land Rover, HR Manager // Integral Power Train, Senior HR Manager // The Royal Automobile Club, HR Advisor // The Pensions Regulator, HR Manager // NHS Digital, HR Manager // Iceni Projects, Head of HR // Everyday Loans, Group HR Policy Manager // Ideagen, Recruitment Manager // AQA Education

HR Director // Solarcentury, Group Director of HR // NCG, HR Advisor // Charity Link, Global HR Director // CloudPay, HR Systems Analyst // Shop Direct, UK HR Manager // Croda International, Head of HR // Shire Leasing Plc, HR Director // Curo Transatlantic, Group HR Manager // Acorn Stairlifts, Head of HR // United Grand Lodge of England

Head of HR // HCL Workforce Solutions, HR Manager // Pickering Interfaces, Senior Associate and Head of HR // Eric Robinson Solicitors, Head of HR // NWF Group, Head of Human Resources // Byrne Group

 

 

Agenda - Day 1

30 January 2018


HR GDPR Briefing

Welcome & Opening Remarks to the HR GDPR Briefing
09:00 - 09:10 155 Bishopsgate, London
The Importance of the Human Factor in GDPR
09:10 - 09:40 155 Bishopsgate, London

This session will cover:

  • - How to perform a risk assessment of your current employee pool
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  • - How to address your risk factors
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  • - What measure must be taken to avoid internal data breaches 
Promoting Privacy in the Workplace
09:40 - 10:10 155 Bishopsgate, London

This session will cover:

  • - What does privacy look like in 2018?
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  • - How to instil a positive data culture
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  • - How do you bring GDPR & Privacy to the forefront of the workplace?
Andrea Ward
Managing Counsel

Ignition Law

Article (5)2: Accountability Principle
10:10 - 10:40 155 Bishopsgate, London

This session will cover:​

  • - What is the accountability principle?
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  • - What does Article (5)2 mean for HR?
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  • - How do you demonstrate that you are complying? 
Ivana Bartoletti
Principal Data Protection Consultant

Gemserv

Compliant Recruitment from Start to Finish
10:40 - 11:10 155 Bishopsgate, London

This session will cover:

  • - Key elements that will affect your recruitment process
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  • - What do you need to do to comply?
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  • - How to implement a compliant recruitment strategy? 
Panel Discussion: Employee Rights Under the GDPR
11:40 - 12:25 155 Bishopsgate, London

This session will cover:

  • - What are the new obligations placed on employers by the GDPR?
  • - How do the rights of the employee change under GDPR?
  • - How to ensure your employees understand their new rights
James Palmer
Head of Data Governance

Southern Water

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Who, What, Where & When: Retaining Data
12:25 - 12:55 155 Bishopsgate, London

This session will cover:

  • - What type of data should you keep?
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  • - Where should you keep your data?
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  • - When should you delete data?
Rachel Ashwood
Senior Counsel

Taylor Vinters

This session will cover:

  • - What are the requirements of a 72-hour breach notification period?
  • - What are your responsibilities as a department?
  • - How do you avoid non-compliance fines during an organisational data breach?
Ivana Bartoletti
Principal Data Protection Consultant

Gemserv

This session will cover:

  • Why is cyber security important as part of data protection?
  • What are the changes in requirements as the GDPR arrives?
  • What are the key areas of focus of regulators on this topic?
  • What should HR do to ensure data in their care is adequately protected?
Stephen Bonner
Partner

Deloitte

Seeking the Opportunities in GDPR
16:00 - 16:30 155 Bishopsgate, London

This session will cover:

  • - What are the opportunities for HR?
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  • - How do you harness these opportunities to drive your department forward?
James Palmer
Head of Data Governance

Southern Water

This session will cover:

- Practical cases of misguided approaches to GDPR in employee privacy

- Where HR has been today

- How will GDPR compliance will shape HR departments?

 

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Venue address

155 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3YD

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