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Employees Monitoring & Subject Access Requests

Detailed Information

Date:29 March 2023
Time:09:00 till 12:00hrs
Trainers:Mr Angelito Sciberras
*Those booking for 3 sessions of the Wednesdays' Webinars even if by
different attendees will receive a €30 discount on each set of 3 bookings.

The other two workshops making up this set are;

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This webinar will deal with the two most common “headaches” HR and employers keep facing.

When it comes to workplace monitoring the question that often arises is what may/may not be monitored. This part of the workshop will deal with managing workplace monitoring and surveillance and it will cover the practical and legal implications of managing and balancing the legitimate needs of an organisation to protect its assets and protect the workplace with the realistic and legal expectations of privacy of its employees.

Employers who wish to implement certain degrees of monitoring within the workplace must ensure that they are doing so in compliance with their legal requirements, as monitoring is in itself a very delicate matter as the risk of impinging on employees’ privacy is high.

During this webinar Data Protection Officer, Angelito Sciberras, will also deal with handling subject access requests from employees and this part of the workshop will mainly cover the following:

  • deciding the request made is actually a valid one
  • communicating with the applicant to clarify the request
  • setting parameters for the search for information and collating the results
  • understanding whether the retrieved information is personal data
  • dealing with third party information
  • applying the relevant exemptions
  • presenting the response to the applicant including how to redact documents
  • managing dissatisfied recipients
  • how to deal with an investigation
  • staff awareness and training

Who should attend?

Managers, Human Resource Professionals, Supervisors and Compliance Officers

Employers can get their money back through
Employers applying for the IIS Scheme will be eligible to receive a subsidy of €25.85 per trainee per hour in the case of training costs.
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