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HR FORUM: GDPR For HR *FULLY BOOKED*
April 20, 8:30 am - 11:00 am
*This Event is Fully Booked*
What data can you retain while recruiting? How long can you retain it? What information do you acquire and store about current and past employees? GDPR will impact these and many more personnel management decisions starting May 2018.
Remain up to date on how GDPR will impact the human resource efforts of Business Owners, Managers, Human Resource, and Personnel departments and connect with other professionals with similar responsibilities and challenges to gain effective workable resolutions to your own challenges.
This working breakfast seminar will feature Alan Gillies who has worked in data protection since the passing of the 1998 Act. He has acted as advisor to the Information Commissioner’s Office, was a member of the Care Quality Commission’s National Information Governance Committee and now advises the Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy who are responsible for UK Government policy on GDPR.
A Question and Answer panel will follow the micro-training sessions along with one-to-ones for interaction with other HR professionals and Managers.
- 8:15-8:30 – Registration and Check-in
- 8:30-8:50 – Breakfast HR Professionals Networking
- 9:00-9:20 – John Huckstepp, A Blank Canvas
- 9:20-9:45 – GDPR Specialist, Harrison Drury Solicitors
- 9:45-10:15 – Alan Gillies, GDPR Specialist, AGLC
- 10:15-10:25 – Refreshment Break
- 10:25-10:45 – Q&A Panel
- 10:45-11:00 – Networking, one-to-one meetings
This forum and network is always open to HR professionals, business owners, managers or anyone with a responsibility for any aspect of HR in your business. We will provide a lighter breakfast and refreshments and there will be networking opportunities before and after the presentations.
Preston Marriott Hotel
Price: (Includes a light breakfast and refreshments)
Members: £20+ vat
Affiliate members: £25 + vat
Non-members: £30 + vat
THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED. Please consider booking on our open course “Essentials of Data Protection” which runs 11th May for further training in Data Protection and GDPR.