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Privacy and Security Right Now - What HRMS Professionals Must Know

Thursday, October 8, 2009
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HRMS Professionals Association
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Privacy and Security Right Now - What HRMS Professionals Must Know
Breakfast Meeting in Toronto, October 21st, 2009
 
In 2009 the world of Privacy and Security has not gotten any easier to understand.
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?
- Do you have a nationally consistent privacy policy?
- 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 – 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 – 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?
 


More details and to register >> click here
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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
Speaker : Shari Simpson-Campbell

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