Last week saw the launch of the SFA GDPR publication, ‘Mind your business: Prepare for GDPR’, a simple and straightforward guide to getting your business ready for GDPR. If you are still unsure or have any questions about GDPR we have our 'GDPR in Action event in Cork on the 21 March. We recommend that you attend this, its free of charge and will be very useful to you.
Our GDPR publication launch coincided with our GDPR in Action event in Dublin. It was opened by Dale Sunderland, Deputy Commissioner, of the Data Protection Commission, who spoke to the pack-filled room about the importance of your company being GDPR ready for May.
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Friday 9 March saw the launch of the new SFA GDPR publication, ‘Mind your business: Prepare for GDPR’. There to help us launch the publication was Dale Sunderland, Deputy Commissioner at the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner.
75% of Irish firms are using internal funds to finance their investment activities. A new guidance note from the Credit Review Office highlights some pitfalls in pursuing this option and the risks to consider at the outset of the project.
The SFA is concerned that there are many misconceptions around probation among member companies. For this reason, this week’s Business Bytes seminar will show you how to manage a difficult probation, ensuring that you do not fall foul of employment law. The seminar will also cover absence management/sick leave as this was the number one query from SFA members in both January and February this year.
Employment Law: Discipline and Dismissal is just one of the SFA training courses coming up as part of our ‘Training that counts’ suite. All programmes are delivered by expert trainers with many years of industry experience.
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