Introduction, guidance and checklist
What you should know about the GDPR in HR
With the GDPR, the fundamental right to the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data is given a very far-reaching regulatory framework. Thus, data protection in companies can no longer be considered a niche topic that can be delegated to individual responsible parties. This is particularly true in the HR area. After all, this is where a large amount of personal data naturally comes together.
In this whitepaper, you will learn how to use an authorization concept to develop and establish HR work processes that comply with the GDPR. We focused on both practical relevance and practicability.
Focus of the whitepaper
- What exactly does the GDPR demand?
- Roles, rights, authorization concept - what is it, and why is it particularly relevant for HR?
- What legal requirements does the GDPR place on the authorization concept?
- How to develop a role-based authorization concept for the HR department?