Record keeping and GDPR – Key considerations before you dump and delete
 

One of the key principles for GDPR is the data minimisation principle. This means that businesses should only hold on to personal data for as long as necessary. The challenge for many businesses is determining the length of time to hold personal data so that they can comply with GDPR. What should they factor in before dumping and deleting electronic and physical data?

 

This webinar will look at the key reasons to hold on to data and how businesses can objectively justify keeping data under GDPR. These include:

  • Legal retention periods for HR records
  • Limitation periods  and what this means
  • Health and safety records
  • Regulatory considerations
  • Business considerations

Join us on this webinar on Wednesday 25 April from 3pm to 3.30pm.

 

You must register online in advance, please do so here

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