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Employment brunch briefing: data protection update for employersThis webinar has been recorded, please register to view.

Tuesday 1st February, 2022 |
To view a recording of this webinar, please register your details below.

About The Webinar

Please note this webinar has already taken place.

We are delighted to be joined for this Employment Brunch Briefing by our regular guest speaker Ibrahim Hasan, director of Act Now Training Ltd and a specialist in data protection law.

This session will provide a useful update for employers working in the charity and education sectors including on:

•    Dealing with data subject access requests

•    Data protection considerations when monitoring employees; and

•    Handling data breaches

Please recommend this event to your colleagues

Programme

Welcome & introduction

Data protection update for employers

Speaker: Ibrahim Hasan, solicitor and director of Act Now Training Limited

Q&A

Joined by Alacoque Marvin, solicitor in Wrigleys' employment team

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