The purpose of the review is to assess your current levels of compliance with employment law and highlight any risk to your business.
Our employment law specialists will assess your level of compliance on many different regulations, including your data protection, employment status of workers, wages, working times, prevention of illegal working, and immigration and asylum.
As of 25th May 2018, The Data Protection Act 1998 will be replaced with a new Data Protection Act 2018 based on The General Data Protection Regulation. This will affect any organisation processing Personal Data of a resident of the EU, and any organisations outside of the EU which processes such data.
The new GDPR guidelines state that you must be transparent, fair and lawful about what you do with your employee’s personal data.
Personal data is any kind of data that identifies someone. For example, this can be through their name or email address.
As an employer, you are required to review your data protection policies and practices and this may include how you process the data you hold relating to your employees.
You must log consent when obtaining certain HR data from an employee from 25th May 2018, usually any data beyond that which is required to process payroll and satisfy HR requirements.
As part of your Employment Law Review, your specialist will review the following:
After this review we will ensure that your documentation will be GDPR compliant. We will follow up with a report, with recommendations where you will be able to take those important steps to get your documents compliant.
We will respond to your call back within 24 hours during business working hours×