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In May 2018, a new European privacy law came into effect that requires significant changes by organisations all over the world. The HR industry is set to become one of the most affected, with actions needed to be taken in HR departments internationally.The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) imposes new rules on the collection and processing of data linked to EU residents. Protecting your data and helping you with the compliance challenges set out by the new data protection regulation are our top priorities.
The clock is ticking on the UK’s exit from the European Union on 29 March 2019. But we still don’t know the terms of its departure or what impact Brexit will have on employment both in the UK and the 27 remaining EU member states. Faced with this level of uncertainty, HR and payroll teams need to start their HR Brexit planning right now.
Rather than being stuck in the office, battling through endless admin and other time-consuming tasks, introducing HR tech into your organisation can put a spring back in the step of the payroll function.
Despite living in a mobile-first world, employees across Europe say they can’t do enough basic HR admin tasks on mobile devices and many still do them offline. On average, only 10% of HR admin tasks are possible on mobile devices only and 58% is still completed offline. These are the results of a new survey from leading provider of global payroll and HR services, SD Worx, which looks into the extent of the digitisation of the workplace.
Payroll and HR services provider SD Worx teams with intuo, the Belgian scale-up specialised in HR tech which, with its talent enablement platform, offers an innovative and digital alternative to the traditional evaluation cycles and engagement surveys. The partnership highlights the digitisation that SD Worx is actively implementing.
SD Worx survey reveals that 32% of 1,000 HR, payroll and legal professionals in businesses across 7 European countries think that they either don’t have or don’t know if they have the skills in the HR and payroll department to adapt to the changes Brexit will bring in the coming months.