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An HR professional’s guide to data privacy compliance and security


But how knowledgeable are you about HR data privacy compliance and security? Think about every data point you regularly touch regarding employees (Social Security numbers, salaries, health care and retirement plans , background checks, etc.) To mitigate the most important consequences of a sensitive data breach, you should undertake two parallel efforts: Ensure compliance with state and federal laws, and advocate for data protection best practices.

Corporate Synergies’ 2019 Employer Education Series to Focus on Benefits ROI

Corporate Synergies

While there will be continued focus on emerging health & welfare benefits trends and clarification on compliance requirements, the series of articles, webinars and live events will also focus on employee benefits as a business investment. Corporate Synergies’ special-use publications slated for release in 2019 include: The seventh annual staff-produced Current Insurance Journal magazine , an award-winning collection of staff-written articles.

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Cross-training staff: A guide to effective implementation


Imagine if a tenured employee decides to retire after 20 years on the job. In this instance, you should implement purposeful cross-training that will allow uninterrupted completion of those duties, while capturing the institutional knowledge of the retiring employee. Consider pairing the retiring employee with a capable replacement to learn the role over an extended transition period. Cross-training staff has long been viewed as a way to groom future managers.

Managing unexpected change in the workplace


Often, change is predictable or planned well in advance, such as: Implementation of a new system or technology Introduction of a new office policy Moving to a new office Mergers and acquisitions Modification to senior leadership Reorganization of staff Retirement of a top-performing, highly valued employee. In this ever-changing landscape, how can you become educated about potential laws in the works and remain in compliance? Change is inevitable.

8 mistakes to avoid when buying HR technology


Bonus features might include performance management or retirement services. How will you ensure compliance as employment laws evolve? But if you want more guidance as you compare vendors and software, download our free magazine, Derailed by Data? As your business grows, so do your human resource needs.

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You need a data protection policy – Here’s the basics


Implementing a robust policy goes hand-in-hand with understanding your company’s data privacy compliance requirements for all types of data held. A detailed inventory of sensitive company data should include an analysis of: Data on HR systems, like payroll, health and retirement benefits , employee records, etc. Use plain English to explain why compliance is required. Cybersecurity threats and data breaches have become the rule rather than an exception for businesses.