In López Ribalda and others v Spain, the European Court of Human Rights held that Spanish shop workers' right to privacy was violated when a supermarket installed hidden cameras without their knowledge to monitor employee thefts.
Practical guidance on identifying the legal bases for processing employee data under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), including recognising the most relevant grounds for employers: performance of the employment contract, compliance with a legal obligation and the employer's legitimate interests.
In Antovic and another v Montenegro, the European Court of Human Rights held that overt camera surveillance in a university's lecture halls violated professors' right to privacy under the European Convention on Human Rights.
The Information Commissioner's Office consults on draft guidance that explains how organisations can comply with the enhanced rules when processing data on children under the General Data Protection Regulation.
In a recent case, Morrisons supermarket was found vicariously liable for a malicious data breach carried out by an employee with a grudge against his employer. The case gives a sharp reminder that when it comes to data, protection begins at home. Molly Paatz, a solicitor at Burges Salmon LLP looks at how employers can minimise the risks.
A model register to record subject access requests from employees and other individuals.
A model contract clause to prohibit existing staff from disclosing secret company information or using confidential information.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to data protection.
We provide a list of model policies and documents in which the sample wording has been updated to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which is in force from 25 May 2018.