In this issue of Workplace Law we tackle two issues relating to data privacy. One looks at transferring employee data outside of the EU, while the other focuses on contact tracing and GDPR for Test and Trace purposes relating to COVID-19. We also give our view on a recent Tribunal ruling around dismissing employees after a breakdown in working relations.
Schrems II - transferring employee data outside of the EU
This case concerns an Austrian lawyer, Facebook, the Irish Data Protection Commission and GDPR. But please read on as it may actually be relevant to your organisation.
Contact tracing compliance - ensuring your business meets GDPR requirements
As businesses begin admitting people back to their workplaces, many will be logging customer and visitor information for the purposes of contact tracing.
Can an employee be fairly dismissed without procedure after a breakdown in working relations?
An employee can be fairly dismissed without any procedure after a breakdown in working relations.