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Do you need a ‘GDPR privacy notice’?

Posted
April 5, 2018
Employment Law

A couple of months ago, we commented on the importance of reviewing your employment contracts and policies in order to make sure you’re ready for the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018.  More specifically, we raised the prospect that you would almost certainly need a new ‘privacy notice’ and/or data protection policy.  A properly drafted notice should ensure that you are providing your employees with the information they’re entitled to receive in relation to (i) the types of personal data you process about them, (ii) the reasons for which you process it and (iii) the legal basis on which you are doing so.  This ‘privacy notice’ needs to be quite detailed and requires careful thought.

We have just put the finishing touches to our own template employee privacy notice.  We are offering it to clients and contacts for the fixed price of £199 plus VAT.  This includes our assistance in dealing with any minor queries on the template, if you have any.  However, you may find that you can tailor it to your needs without much (if any) help from us.

If you would be interested in purchasing our template notice, please contact us at employment@stevensdrake.com

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