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Tag Archive: GDPR

  • Brexit, Business and Employment Predictions 2019

    Brexit GDPR AI IR35

    Brexit Brexit and EU uncertainties will continue to challenge and unsettle employers and their people. It will be important to equip managers and their staff with the skills and strength to cope in such changing and unpredictable times. Supportive well-being programmes and resilience training integrated into overarching people strategies will benefit not just employees, but the productivity of whole organisations. The UK government has stressed…

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  • Small Businesses HR News: GDPR, Childcare Vouchers, Wellbeing Event and IR35

    Small businesses HR News Summer 2018

    General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Compliance The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is unlikely to impose its biggest fines on small businesses. However, a reported data breach could cause reputational damage to a company’s brand and the ICO has regulatory authority to suspend or shut down data processing activities, if deemed particularly dangerous or unsafe, causing potential operational problems. Kay’s comment:  It is most…

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  • Small Business HR News: GDPR and Statutory Rates

    Small Business HR News GDPR and statutory rates

    General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (25th May 2018) In preparation for GDPR, all businesses should have carried out an Information Audit and be working through a plan of action to ensure the personal data they process and store is kept secure at all times. Here are 8 practical steps you can take to ensure you are looking after the personal data of your employees and workers: Introduce GDPR to your staff and let them know how you are using…

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  • 2018 Employment Law Changes

    2019 HR News Brexit Statutory Rates Good Work Plan

    For busy managers of small businesses, there’s always lots to navigate, interpret and filter around employment law. This short digest will help you focus on some of the most relevant areas likely to affect your business over the first few months of 2018. National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage Increases (April 2018) The National Living Wage will increase to £7.83 per hour and the National Minimum Wage for 21-24 year olds will…

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  • Employment News, GDPR, IR35 and Tribunal Fees

    Employment News for small businesses GDPR, IR35 and Tribunal Fees

    Employment News – Autumn Edition 2017 This is a one page Employment News summary covers the latest legislative changes that are likely to affect small businesses and the way they employ and manage their people. TAX-FREE CHILDCARE AND 30 HOURS FREE CHILDCARE   Tax-Free Childcare and 30 hrs free childcare are two separate government schemes, to help parents with the cost of childcare. Parents can apply for both through one online…

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  • Are you Ready for GDPR?

    Are you ready for GDPR?

    What is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? It is a new piece of legislation which is due to come into effect on 25th May 2018. It aims to provide consistent data protection legislation across Europe regarding the collection, storage and security of personal data. GDPR applies to data processing carried out by organisations within the EU and organisations outside the EU that offer goods or services to individuals in the EU. The UK has…

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  • Employment News, Post-Brexit, Apprenticeships and GDPR

    Small businesses HR News Summer 2018

    Employment News – Summer Edition 2017 It is a challenging time for UK’s small employers – employment measures post General Election and Brexit still lack detail, but here is a round-up of recent employment news and likely developments! POST BREXIT & POST ELECTION IMPLICATIONS UK employment laws will continue to reflect EU legislation, although, within the next five years, there may be some modification to more controversial laws…

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