HR Issues – Data Transparency & Protection

Under a Month for Housing Associations to Meet Freedom of Information Requirements Subject to Scottish Parliament approval, Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) and their subsidiaries in Scotland will fall under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (FOI(S)A) as of 11th…

HR Issues – Growing employee rights one year on from GDPR

Fifteen months on from the implementation of GDPR legislation, there has been a considerable tightening of expectations around data protection activity. At the time of writing, the ICO has noted 68 cases of Data Protection Act (DPA 2018) enforcement: most…

HR Issues – Updates to Website Cookie Policies

It is now over a year since the implementation of EU GDPR, and the most recent area to come under the spotlight of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is that of internet cookies. On 3 rd July, after realising its…

HR Issues – Resilience and change management

Brexit, trade wars, cloud computing, GDPR, corporate social responsibility, the rise of social media. In a period of constant turbulence, be this social, political, economic or environmental, being resilient and adaptable to change is not only valuable for today’s organisations;…

HR Issues – Mental wellbeing is good for business

Generation Z (born mid-1990s to mid-2000s) have entered the workplace. This iGen or Centennial generation have never known a world without the internet or smart phones. This causes its own issues with individuals creating anonymous online accounts and using them…

HR Issues – Encourage social media in the workplace

Often times, social media use in the work place has a negative stigma around it. Imagine sitting at your desk and looking over at a co-worker only to find them on their smart phone. The immediate assumption is that they…