The Data Protection Act 2018 (giving effect to the GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018 and marks a fundamental overhaul of the rules on data protection. The changes affect all those who collect, process or control personal data and so will affect most businesses and all employers.
Contrary to popular belief, the changes, although certainly not to be ignored, are not as complicated or worrying as you may think.
The training will give a clear explanation of the key changes and how they affect employers in particular. It will give clear practical guidance on what is expected of you and how you can prepare.
In short, the aim is to ensure that you as an employer understand the changes and know what practical steps to take so that you are ready for them.
This training will be of use to any business that will be affected by the GDPR and, in particular, anyone who manages staff including business owners, managers, supervisors and HR teams.
Join Cumbria Chamber of Commerce and Michael Bauer of Cumbria Employment Solicitors at Newton Rigg Conference Centre on from 1:30pm to 4:30pm, 14th May 2018 for training covering:
- The basic principles of the GDPR;
- The expectations on accountability and compliance;
- The rules on consent (particularly for employers);
- The specifics related to employers;
- Practical steps you should take to achieve compliance;
Michael Bauer is an 19 year qualified employment solicitor who after working in international firms in London and Manchester has for the last 9 years run Cumbria Employment Solicitors - a specialist law firm advising employers of all shapes and sizes (including many well-known local businesses) on all aspects of employment law.
Michael has delivered training locally and nationally on a wide range of employment law topics. He tries (and, judging from the feedback he receives, succeeds in making his training interesting, practical and lively.
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