COVID-19: Practical Employment Related Data Protection IssuesPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 24 June 2020
During this webinar recording, in association with Matheson, hosted by Scott Alexander from Legal Island, we hear directly from the Data Protection Commissioner’s office on key employment and data protection issues in the context of Covid 19. Dale Sunderland, Deputy Commissioner, Data Protection Commission participates on a panel with leading experts Deirdre Crowley and Chris Bollard, Matheson discussing return to work issues in the employment and data protection context.
Questions are also answered in the following areas:
- Maintaining the Contact Tracing Log
- Introducing temperature testing in the workplace
- Completion of return to work forms
- Introducing daily self-certification forms
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