Keeping confidentiality at the kitchen table
The amount of activity now performed outside the workplace increases opportunities for sharing sensitive information
Our new working reality has meant that an unprecedented number of individuals are now conducting all of their work at home. Despite that, some organisations have yet to conduct risk assessments, nor are they in a position to ensure that their employees' laptops and internet connections remain secure.
The potential risk here for employers is that their technological infrastructure could be contaminated, breached or hacked. An additional risk arises where employees working from home unintentionally...
Subscribe from just €1 for the first month!
All Digital Access + eReader
Unlimited Access for 1 Month
*New subscribers only
€149 For the 1st Year
Unlimited Access for 1 Year
90 Day Pass
Unlimited Access for 2 Years
Get a Business Account for you and your team
Deirdre Mortell: We need to talk about gender equality every day, not just today
Women are not represented at many of the top tables of Irish business — so we need to act and we need to do so now
How to manage: Feng shui and Netflix subscriptions are part of a new creative approach to employee rewards
With typical perks such as staff social events, travel and free meals off the cards for now, employers must find new ways to make their people feel valued
How I work: ‘If communication is absent, speculation and noise will fill the vacuum’
In any role, you need to listen and learn to take constructive criticism on board, the HCCI’s Joseph Musgrave believes