Thursday December 5, 2019

You never can tell

Róisín Kiberd examines the HR options available to Irish businesses

3rd December, 2017
Kevin Gallagher, account executive, Workday, and Michael Stone, head of HR, Grant Thornton Ireland

Along with everyone else in the average office, HR departments stand to be impacted significantly by next year’s general data protection regulation, also known as GDPR. Demanding real-time reporting of salaries and clearer, more organised data retention, the regulation is prompting HR departments to take a step back and ask if they could be doing things more efficiently in general (the answer to this being, usually, yes).

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