Amongst the questions discussed during this session:
- The web 2.0 has made many things easier and more accessible but is it more secure?
- Where is your data being stored? How does that affect your data privacy?
- Is your data kept in hard copy or electronic format? Which is best for privacy and security?
- Has your organization bought in?
- What questions have come to the surface with the PIPEDA review?
- Will you have to change your approach to Privacy as a result?
- Canadian Privacy Commission & Social Networking â€“ specifically, Facebook
- How do various laws affect my HRMS?
- Impact of ESS/MSS, what are the issues, what managers can/cannot see and how to protect privacy when the manager is away and someone is acting for them.
- I've heard that the Canadian Privacy law - PIPEDA â€“ does not apply to hospitals, colleges, universities or municipal governments. Is that true?
- What specifically have companies in Canada been doing to protect privacy on their HRMS?
- Do former employees still have a right to access their on-line pay advices?
- Do applicants and/or former employees have any rights?
Shari Simpson-Campbell is Senior Researcher and Privacy Consultant with the Canadian Privacy Institute.
She is also co-author of two editions of Privacy in the Workplace published by CCH.
Date: October 21st, 2009
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., registration and breakfast at 8:30 a.m.
Place: Ontario Bar Association, 20 Toronto Street, Suite 200, Toronto, King Subway Station