03 December, 2019 | (01 hr)
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Employee data is an increasingly valuable asset to companies, helping HR design employee experience, make data-driven decisions, and gather predictive insights.
However, in a world of mounting concern about privacy and data protection and with the continued rise of emerging technologies at the workplace (biometrics, AI-based tools, continuous listening tools), it has never been more vital for HR managers to understand the ethical and legal risks of using employee data for HR decision making. This webcast will explore these risks and provide insights on how to manage them.
- Updates from a legal expert on the impact of GDPR on the use of employee data and the likely implications of the proposed EU e-privacy regulation
- Ethical and legal lines between what data is acceptable to collect about employees and what is not
- Anticipating legal and ethical questions or dilemmas raised by the opportunities offered by emerging new technologies and the employee data they generate
Tom De Cordier
Tom is a seasoned data & technology lawyer with a strong focus on data privacy law, technology, IT and telecommunications law and technology-related IP. Clients praise him for his commercial acumen and his pragmatic and down-to-earth style. His practice covers a wide range of advisory, ...Full Bio
Klaas Toes is program director for the Human Capital Analytics Council at The Conference Board. He also led its former Big Data Working Group.
Marion Devine is Senior Researcher in Human Capital for Europe, based in TCB’s Brussels office. Marion brings a European perspective to TCB’s HC work and contributes across a broad spectrum of HC topics in support of the various HC Centers.
Marion brings a wealth of expe...Full Bio