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Perfect payroll: Five tricks of the trade

Payroll, and the importance of payroll, is everywhere. Whether in Italy, France, or in Belgium, payroll is a crucial part of any organisation. Employees are the heartbeat of an organisation, so ensuring that they are paid on time and correctly is essential

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Data Handling Best Practices: An Interview with DuPont

If you want to learn best practice in handling data in light of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), you can do no better than to look at DuPont. Now part of science giant DowDuPont following a merger last year, data is part of the DNA of the organisation and it has a long history of embedding data protection into its culture.

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First Steps Towards GDPR Compliance

GDPR Data Register: What you need to know

Once GDPR comes into effect, companies must provide employees and data regulation authorities with carefully-documented data information. To simplify this process, these records should be stored in the form of a data register, filled in by HR and payroll professionals, alongside other departments within the organisation. However, how should HR and payroll departments set up and maintain a data register?


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SD Worx European Conference 2018: Top Five Lessons on Implementing GDPR

In February, SD Worx hosted its European Conference 2018 at Hilton on Park Lane, London, with over 800 attendees and 30 expert speakers. One of the sessions, titled ‘How to be internationally compliant in a digital world’, was hosted by Gert Beeckmans, chief risk and security officer SD Worx, and Frank Rudolf, director of payroll at PAREXEL. Here are their top five lessons on implementing GDPR:

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GDPR Webinar Roundup: Implementing an appropriate retention of employees’ data

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On Wednesday 25th January, SD Worx and DLA Piper hosted the second webinar in our General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) series focused on implementing an appropriate retention of employees’ data.

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