Right to Erasure
Changes to how organisations handle Personal Data takes effect in May next year. One of the key changes of these new regulations (GDPR) is the Right to erasure rule*
HR software - especially SaaS cloud solutions - can be hugely helpful in ensuring that your company complies with the General Data Protection Regulations.
You can reduce the number of systems (including Excel, separate systems for different HR processes, payroll, 360 etc), turning a possibly fragmented and disparate data landscape into a central hub for all your employee information.
The default design of SaaS technology provides privacy, meaning the system provides access to the data only by the persons who needs it. This makes it so much easier to comply with the GDPR, by having secure access control by employees and transparent data erasure controls for both you and your employees.
Our HR iCloud software is already GDPR compliant. If you've got plans in place to become GDPR compliant or you'd like advice on how to make that happen, then email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or Get in Touch to make an appointment.
* The right to erasure or ‘right to be forgotten’ rule may cause some ambiguity. The broad principle underpinning this right is to enable an individual to request the deletion or removal of personal data where there is no compelling reason for its continued processing." (ICO)