Workplace Privacy in the 2019 Landscape: A Year After the GDPR
Concurrent with the General Data Protection Regulation’s (GDPR’s) implementation on May 25,2018, a substantial change to workplace privacy regulations was observed, not only to businesses situated in Europe, but also to those providing the European nations with products and services.
The GDPR prohibited the collection, storage, and utilization of EU citizens’ personal data without their consent. It is, therefore, of utmost importance for business owners to understand the scope and limitations of the new workplace privacy policies under the GDPR to ensure data and information protection as well as to avoid any non-compliance fines and penalties.
In a LIVE Webcast, a panel of distinguished professionals and thought leaders assembled by The Knowledge Group will discuss the pivotal implications of the GDPR to workplace privacy regulations a year after its implementation. Speakers will also offer helpful insights and tips for businesses in enforcing workplace privacy rules.
Key topics include:
- The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – A Lookback
- GDPR’s Implications on Businesses
- Workplace Privacy Policies Under GDPR
- Recent Developments on GDPR
- Best Compliance Strategies
Donald C. Dowling, Shareholder
Littler Mendelson P.C.
- Global Social Media Policies: Strategy Tips and Recommended Practices for a Multinational Issuing a Single, Global Social Media Policy
- GDPR One Year Later: Was the hype accurate? How much tougher is GDPRÃ¢â‚¬â€¢reallyÃ¢â‚¬â€¢than the earlier EU data protection directive?
- What the “Right to be Forgotten,” “Data Subject Access Rights” and other GDPR rights really mean for European HR Departments and Global HR Information Systems
- “Exporting” European HR data to U.S. HeadquartersÃ¢â‚¬â€¢and Uploading onto a Global HR Information System: The State of the Art Now, Post-GDPR
- Comprehensive Data Privacy Laws Around the World, Beyond Europe: Toward a Global Compliance Approach for Multinationals’ HR Information
Margaret A. Keane, Partner
DLA Piper LLP
- Introduction and Context
- Employee Monitoring in the US
- Background Checks, #metoo, Social Media and More
- Fundamentals of Biometrics
- Data Privacy Restrictions on Collection and Use of Diversity Data
Who Should Attend:
- HR Executives
- Employment Law and Data Security Lawyers
- Information Security Officers
- Information Management Officers
- IT Audit Officers
- Chief Information Officers
- Compliance and Risk Officers
- In-house Counsel
- Privacy Officers
- Top Level Management
- Other Related/Interested Professionals
Donald C. Dowling has extensive experience advising U.S.-based companies on outbound international labor and employment laws. Don provides counsel on a wide variety of global employment law matters, including codes of conduct and HR policies that guide operations in multiple jurisdictions, international compensation and benefits issues, whistleblower hotlines, and cross-border internal investigations and HR compliance audits. He regularly advises clients on employment matters that arise with international restructurings, reductions in force, mergers, acquisitions, and outsourcing. Additionally, Don helps clients properly engage independent contractors overseas, manage expatriate programs, and develop employment agreements and employee handbooks.
Donald C. Dowling has extensive experience advising U.S.-based companies on outbound international labor and employment laws. Don provides counsel on …
Margaret Keane has defended employers in all aspects of workplace disputes — including internal investigations, contentious termination negotiations, dispositive motions, trials, arbitrations and mediations.
Recent matters include successful defense of wage and hour claims, resolution of commission disputes, pay equity issues, restrictive covenants and unfair competition disputes, and harassment and discrimination claims.
On the counselling side, she frequently advises on wage and hour and worker classification compliance, commission plans, unfair competition issues and the challenges of the digital workplace, including compliant use of social media, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies and workplace privacy.
Margaret has extensive experience in the employment aspects of corporate transactions, including due diligence, Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) compliance; and negotiating and drafting employment, consulting, post-sale restrictive covenants and severance agreements.
Margaret Keane has defended employers in all aspects of workplace disputes — including internal investigations, contentious termination negotiations, dispositive motions, …
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Method Of Presentation:
General knowledge of data privacy and security laws
NY Category of CLE Credit:
Areas of Professional Practice
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