In our online training course Introduction to GDPR for HR, Kim Bradford explores the impact of the new regulation on HR and discusses the various ways that HR can manage the impact of the GDPR. In this blog post and video, Kim talks through the main criteria that HR departments should consider when processing personal data, and how to make sure that they remain GDPR compliant.Read More
Take a look at the short video clip below from our online training course Introduction to GDPR for HR to hear Kim Bradford share her thoughts on how the GDPR is impacting data protection law and be sure to enroll in the course if you want to learn more about the GDPR and how it is impacting HR.Read More
I read an interesting article last October about the role of HR in preparing companies for the GDPR, and it struck a chord with me. Actually, it rang a bell in my head loud and clear.
Now almost a year later, I find that much of what I thought and felt a year ago about HR taking control is still true today – and all the more urgent, given that we are now four months post-GDPR enforcement.Read More
The blanket news coverage and general opprobrium following the expose of the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook data breach was a good reminder that ethics and data privacy is arguably the most important part of any analytics program – particularly when it comes to HR and employee data.
With perfect (but albeit fortunate) timing, the role of ethics in people analytics was the subject of my presentation at UNLEASH in London little more than three days after the full extent of Cambridge Analytica’s practices were exposed…Read More
I believe ethics is the most critical ingredient in people analytics. Those working in the field simply cannot afford to get it wrong. The risk to employee trust and to the reputation of the burgeoning discipline of people analytics is too high…Read More