This comprehensive, half day seminar is suitable for anyone needing to know how to address the new data protection rules, set to apply from 25th May 2018, in practice. This is especially recommended for those involved in compliance and HR in the context of recruitment and staff hire operations (both internal and external).
Adrian Marlowe, Managing Director of Lawspeed, commented “Last October we held a very well received full day seminar on the rationale for the new laws, the legal requirements, some technology aspects, and the rights that arise. This was essential to enable attendees to understand the core requirements and recognise the sea change in outlook required to meet compliance.
This follow up seminar will focus more on practicalities in a wide range of different recruitment related scenarios, from how to deal with umbrella company processing, and information obtained from 3rd parties through to handling an access request for disclosure. Assessing the documentation required and steps to take is a major challenge for all but with the right knowledge it can be made relatively simple.”
Key elements include:
- A refresher on understanding what is meant by ‘processing’
- Interaction with obligations under the Agency Conduct Regulations
- Recommended steps for assessing and retaining your candidate archives
- What is a privacy notice and what should be in it
- When a data sharing agreement is necessary and how to use it
- Dealing with complaints and candidate requests
Where and When:
- The Grosvenor Hotel, Orient Suite, 101 Buckingham Palace Rd, London SW1W 0SJ, UK
- 21st February 2018
- Registration: 13.00
- Commences: 13.45
- Ends: 17.30
Book now – limited places
The cost to attend is £275 + VAT, with discounts for ARC members. Early bird discount of 10% for bookings by 22nd January 2018
Call us on 01273 236 236 and we’d be happy to take your booking.
Comments from our October 2017 seminar:
“.. the seminar yesterday was worth EVERY penny…” “very insightful…”
“I definitely feel better prepared on how to approach it all…” “Great to have been put in recruitment
context…” “impressed by your recruitment / employment legal specialism, and quality…”