Workplace privacy should be on the employer's mind from day one. But that's far from a simple exercise.

The introduction of the GDPR - and the associated hefty fines - and the increased scrutiny by the Dutch Data Protection Authority have only heightened the need for a critical look at the privacy aspects of employment law.

AKD's lawyers specialise in employment law as well as privacy law. Their ability to find solutions that actually work is unrivalled.

In addition to providing advice on the questions posed above, they will give answers to other issues as well. Such issues include the retention periods of personnel files, drafting a framework for sharing personal data within international groups of companies (such as Binding Corporate Rules) and the provision of legal assistance for companies introducing employee-tracking IT systems (such as GPS trackers in company cars or working time registration).

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