Coronavirus vs GDPR compliance
Have you have taken your eye off GDPR while adapting to coronavirus challenges for your exec search or recruitment business? The Business Post asked ComplyGDPR for some tips around GDPR matters for re-opening your office, working from home or engaging your employees with GDPR compliance. https://www.bbpmedia.co.uk/business-insights/professionalservices/coronavirus-challenges-v-gdpr-obligations.htmlRead 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
Lucy Kendall of ComplyGDPR to speak at Grovelands GDPR event 17th August
Lucy Kendall of ComplyGDPR will be speaking on the everyday realities of working in recruitment under the GDPR. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/understanding-gdpr-from-a-recruitment-perspective-tickets-36071297221 ComplyGDPR brings together the expertise of CMS (Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang) Data Privacy Partner Elle Todd, Lucy Kendall and Helen Haddon’s extensive experience in the executive search […]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
The countdown has started – a year to prepare for the GDPR – what needs to be done?
As the GDPR is a new regulation, firstly you need a good understanding of the implications of the regulation. This typically means seeking legal advice. A data flow analysis of a typical executive search or recruitment firm by ComplyGDPR and CMS discovered that legal drafting is required for approximately 20 documents. […]Read More
Why legal advice is only part of the solution in preparing for the GDPR in a recruitment sector business
A common complaint from firms who have sought advice from their lawyers or generic GDPR consultants, is that they find that their advice or approach is impractical to implement in the business. Having grasped the implications of the legislation, Helen Haddon, a consultant with 20 years operational experience in executive […]Read More
IT Security, recruitment and the GDPR
A key piece of assessing the risk and mitigating risks that a recruitment business creates for its clients and candidates in holding their data is IT Security. Recently, we all had a huge wakeup, with the global spread of the WannaCry ransomware crippling many organisations globally including the NHS. It […]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