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General Data Protection Regulation Seminar

General Data Protection Regulations and what it means for HR

As of 25 May 2018, employers must be in full compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This legislation is set to have a major impact on businesses and, in particular, the way in which HR handles and processes data.

It’s important that we fully understand the changes and how we must prepare for them, since the penalties for noncompliance are potentially very severe – up to 20 million Euros or 4 percent of worldwide turnover. But, good data protection is a question of high quality client care and responsible HR management, as much as an issue of technical compliance, so this seminar is not to be missed!

We will focus particularly on:

  • Understanding the upcoming GDPR legislation;
  • How the new regulations will change the way HR processes and document management are handled;
  • How we can prepare for the changes.

We will be joined by Graeme Fearon, Partner at Thrings Solicitors and an adviser on GDPR.   

Details:

Date:                                         Thursday 28 September 2017

Address:                                   Craftwork Studios, 1-3 Dufferin Street, London, EC1Y 8NA.

Registration:                             12:15

Start & end time:                      12:30 to 13:30

Q&As:                                       13:30 to 14:00

Coffee, tea, soft drinks and sandwiches will be served.

About the speakers:

Graeme Fearon, Partner at Thrings Solicitors.  As an industry expert on intellectual property, IT law and data protection, Graeme helps businesses and individuals develop, protect, defend and exploit their brands. A regular speaker at national conferences and seminars, he is a well-respected voice within the industry. Graeme has a particular interest in working with clients in the e-commerce, creative and media sectors and is legal advisor to Bristol Media, one of the UK’s biggest creative networks. His hands-on approach provides clients with practical commercial advice on intellectual assets which are the cornerstone of their businesses.

Kate Marks, the founder and MD of EvolutionHR, brings significant experience in HR gained in a variety of industries, with a particular focus on the built environment. 

Niki Winsor, senior consultant at EvolutionHR, specialises in the practical application of HR policies and procedures in SMEs across a number of sectors. 

To reserve your place at this seminar, please email niki@evolutionhr.co.uk.  Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.