The aspects of the GDPR and human resource management (HRM)

500 Exclusive of VAT

Employees have a right to their privacy, although this is not an absolute right. Sometimes an employer’s interests will outweigh an employee’s right to privacy.

This (CE) module discusses the rights and obligations from the GDPR and related legislation that apply to employers when they start processing personal data of employees (and applicants) and that apply to employees.

The (CE) module is useful for the DPO who monitors compliance with the GDPR by the HR department and advises on this, but also for the HR manager who wants to gain more knowledge of the GDPR and HR and who wants to know which privacy rules are in place. apply in the workplace.

By following this module, Register DPOs (RDPOs) can obtain 10 CE points.

Employees have a right to their privacy, although this is not an absolute right. Sometimes an employer’s interests will outweigh an employee’s right to privacy. Faced with a pandemic of enormous proportions, we have experienced together what tension this can create.

This (CE) module discusses the obligations under the GDPR and related legislation that apply to employers when they start processing personal data of employees (and applicants). Employers must adhere to the well-known principles of art. 5 GDPR (such as legality, transparency, purpose limitation, data minimization, integrity and confidentiality) and must always have a basis for lawful processing of employee data.

The (CE) module highlights the various points of attention regarding privacy in the workplace and has a practical approach. For example, attention is paid to the privacy of applicants and sick employees, as well as to the possibilities and impossibilities of monitoring employees by employers (cameras, passes, drug and alcohol checks).

The (CE) module is useful for the DPO who monitors compliance with the GDPR by the HR department and advises on this, but also for the HR manager who wants to gain more knowledge of the GDPR and HR and who wants to know which privacy rules are in place. apply in the workplace.

During the workshop, we respond to current events and there is plenty of room for asking questions.

Content

  • European GDPR (Privacy) and human resource management (HRM);
  • Processing in the context of labor relations;
  • Rights and obligations employer and employee;
  • Application phase;
  • The illness employee; and
  • Personnel tracking and control of employees.

Workshop

After registration you will have direct access to the course in our learning environment. Here you can register for a workshop of your choice.

(Online) Start:

  • November 12, 2021 from 10:00 to 14:00.

Costs

The total costs for the module are € 500 (excluding VAT and per person).

Duthler Academy works with several platforms:

  • Participants of the Center for Information Security and Privacy Protection (CIP) receive a 15% discount on the entire training offer.

Private individuals and government institutions are exempt from VAT.