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GemTALK Webinar: Privacy and Employment Challenges in the New Normal

Date:

9th June 2020

Time:

15:00 BST (running time approx 1 hour)

Location:

Online

What are the Privacy and Employment Challenges as we transition into the new normal?

Our Gemserv expert Samuel Plantie and our guest speaker from Carbon Law Partners Matthew Huggett will will cover the following topics:

Processing of health data by employers

  • A reminder of the data protection principles for processing health data
  • Workplace health check considerations for returning to work in the UK, Ireland and France
  • What if employees are not willing to go back to the office for Health and Safety concerns

Employee working from home: privacy and remote employee monitoring

  • Online monitoring and ePrivacy rules
  • To which extent employees’ productivity can be remotely monitored in the UK and in Ireland
  • UK and Irish employment law considerations for responding to a request to work from home from your employees
    • A lot of people are enjoying the flexibility and not having to commute transports
    • Some organisations may realise that productivity and ability to contact staff are not affected
    • How to remotely manage employees wellbeing and equipment concerns?

Time: 15:00 BST (running time approx 1 hour)

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As with many organisations, we are adapting to working under difficult circumstances and working hard to continue supporting our customers.

Visit our Covid-19 Page to find out more about what we are doing and how we can help you to prepare for the ‘new normal’.