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GDPR and managing employee data: What businesses need to know

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Managing employee data is an important part of the GDPR

On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect. The new legislation requires significant changes to the way retailers collect, store and use data. This involves managing employee data. Failure to be compliant could have major ramifications for businesses.

Are you business processes up to speed?

The GDPR also has implications for how retailers and other businesses manage employee data such as payroll information. However, a recent GDPR survey by Sage found that 34% of businesses didn’t think they would be compliant by the deadline.

Sign up to watch our latest recorded webcast, in association with Retail Week. Hear from our Sage expert on what the legislation means and how to manage the changes within your business and like-minded businesses who are implementing their new processes.

  • Examine the practical implications of GDPR for your business
  • Learn what it means for employee data management
  • Take away a clear action plan of what to do next

GDPR and managing employee data

Watch this webcast for an overview of the GDPR and what retailers need to know about the legislation.

Watch the GDPR webcast

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