Have you been hearing conflicting information about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and what HR must do to be compliant? It’s understandable as the GDPR isn’t so black-and-white. To help make it more clear, we set set the record straight for some of the most common misconceptions about the GDPR.
The beginning of February brings us to just over 3 months until the GDPR takes effect on May 25, 2018. At this point, it’s important to have a handle on what HR must do to come into compliance along with an action plan for getting there. To help you get that plan in order, we’ve outlined eight steps to take as you prepare for GDPR compliance (for more detailed guidance, don’t forget to download our GDPR for HR checklist when you’re done.)
With so many news articles focusing on obstacles, it’s easy to miss the benefits the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) presents for businesses. The privacy regulation, designed to protect EU residents, will also benefit businesses looking to streamline processes, improve security and build trust with consumers.