Compliance with the law
Employment law is fast paced and ever changing. It can feel like the goalposts move daily. We make sure that you stay up-to-date and compliant.
With the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation in 2018, individuals are increasingly aware of their rights. One of these is the right to request to see what data a company holds about them. This applies to requests from customers, suppliers and employees alike.
We have seen a huge rise in the number of SARs brought by employees. and HR teams are increasingly under pressure to comply.
Organisations hold vast amounts of personal data relating to customers, employees and suppliers as well as within marketing databases. Compliance with data protection laws is vital in order to avoid sanctions, loss of revenue and negative publicity.
Our experts can help you navigate the impact of GDPR – from data mapping and risk assessment, through to helping you consider the practical implications of the law on a business’ processes and procedures. We can work with you to understand how it impacts on your employees and the data you hold in relation to them.
If you employ more than 250 employees you must calculate and report on your gender pay gap by 4 April each year. Failure to do so can result in legal action by the Equality and Human Rights Commission and reputational damage.
We can provide you with a report that complies with the detailed requirements of the legislation. You will receive:
• A Gender Pay Gap calculation;
• A visual display of easy to read data; and
• Peace of mind that your report will be prepared on time by professional, specialist lawyers.