Tag Archives: privacy

How to make time fly – HR preparation for the GDPR

Exactly one year from today, Brexit notwithstanding, the EU General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect. This is aimed primarily at commercial progressing of customer data but still has significant ramifications for HR’s handling of employee data. Compliance with the Data Protection Act as it stands will not be enough to protect against breaches of … Continue Reading

Giving your international HR team the Edge – new features in SPB’s employment information platform

In April we posted a fairly shameless plug for our new labour and employment product, Global Edge. Shameless, but justified.  If you have international HR responsibilities (in the traditional sense of “will be blamed if anything goes wrong in your overseas network“) then you should really take a look http://www.employmentlawworldview.com/spb-launches-ground-breaking-reference-tool-for-international-hr-and-legal-teams/. Global Edge will provide you … Continue Reading

Spying on an employee in France breaches his right to privacy, even where he is committing breaches of his employment contract

The French Supreme Court recently ruled that an employer could not rely on the report of a private detective it had hired to spy on one of its employees to obtain an injunction against him because this was a breach of the employee’s privacy and that could not be justified, however legitimate were its concerns. … Continue Reading
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