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IN conversation with Tim Musson: Information and Data Security Imperatives in managing HR Data

Tim MussonAll businesses are required to comply with data protection legislation. Many organizations are not sure how to do this. Others simply choose to ignore and remain unaware of the consequences of doing so.

IN Team from Neeyamo caught up with Tim Musson at the CIPP Annual Conference in late 2016 at Wales where he held a session on the importance of Data Protection and Security in Payroll. Tim is the global authority and an industry veteran in data protection, information security and privacy related matters. He frequently talks at industry events on this. He currently serves as the Managing Director of Computer Law Training Ltd., UK and is also the Head of Computer Law and Data Protection at the The Security Circle, Glasgow, UK.

Tim is a busy person these days. Changing data protection regulatory environment – especially in the UK and European region has meant that his advice is much sought after.

IN: What is particularly special about HR Data?

TM: It is very very personal data. It has a lot of intimate details about people which includes a lot of what is technically called “sensitive personal data” Continue Reading

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Benefits of having an integrated approach to Employee Training, Development and Performance Review

by Anu Gupta, 30 Nov, 2016

Modern work environment requires skilled employees to perform complex tasks in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Hence, it goes without saying that employee training and development should be a critical aspect of any organization’s business strategy that can very well decide its course in the future.

According to IBM Smarter Workforce (Kenexa) 2013 survey, 84% of employees in best performing organizations are currently receiving the training they need.

One of the more productive ways to gauge effectiveness of training and development initiatives is to link the training and development plans as well as their intended outcomes Continue Reading

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What’s Brewing in the Learning and Development Space?

by Rahul Sinha, 17 Nov, 2016

“One of the principles of the future employee will be shifting from being a “knowledge worker” to being a “learning worker” – Jacob Morgan, “The Future of Work.”

Learning in the workplace is a constantly evolving space. Today, every organization aspires to be a “Learning” organization giving significant emphasis on “self-learning”. A robust, technology-driven and flexible learning platform that enables continuous learning Continue Reading