Tag: executive search
New EU/UK representative requirements for GDPR
If your firm does not have a office in the EU, you may need to appoint an EU representative for GDPR from 31st December 2020.Read More
Coronavirus service update for ComplyGDPR clients
Client services during Coronavirus It’s business as usual here at ComplyGDPR. Working remotely has been the norm for all our personnel for some time and we still have full access to our technology systems, online training platform, documentation, and other resources. We’re still here to help with your queries, deliver […]Read More
Homeworking and building GDPR into your coronavirus response.
If your employees are homeworking for the first time due to the coronavirus pandemic, how are you protecting personal data of your candidates and other individuals? Recruiter magazine asked ComplyGDPR what this means for executive search and recruitment firms. Click here to find out more.Read More
10 reasons for a business in the recruitment sector to ignore the GDPR & the ICO
Finally, an article to challenge the GDPR hysteria amongst recruiters. Over the past four months I’ve had discussions with a large number of executive search and recruitment businesses. I’ve heard a range of reasons why some businesses are going to ignore the GDPR and run the risk of the […]Read More
Recruiters take note – new proposal to impose criminal prosecutions under the UK version of the GDPR
Recruitment businesses and Executive Search firms assessing the impact of the GDPR, should take note of the statement of intent in respect of The New Data Protection Bill published yesterday by the Department for Digital, Culture Media & Sport https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/635900/2017-08-07_DP_Bill_-_Statement_of_Intent.pdf The statement of intent dated 7th August, sets out how the […]Read More
How does the GDPR affect executive search and recruitment processes?
The core of the legislation is the assertion that an individual’s right to privacy and control over his/her own data is a fundamental human right. Despite being EU legislation, it applies to companies outside Europe when they process data of EU citizens. The GDPR touches everything from assignment work, marketing, […]Read More