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Thursday 11th July
10:00am – 10:20am

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The benefits of remote working for both employees and employers have made it a cornerstone of the modern workplace. However, transitioning to a remote work model has required employers to address unique management challenges, particularly regarding employee productivity and performance.

This shift has led more employers to explore employee monitoring and surveillance measures, raising numerous questions, such as is it lawful to monitor an employee’s work computer? What are the privacy implications of tracking remote employees? What are the legal risks linked to employee monitoring?


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Join NormCyber for our upcoming webinar Data Protection and Employee Monitoring, featuring insights from our Director of Legal Services, Robert Wassall and Data Protection Associate, Izzy Gibson where they will delve into critical aspects of employee monitoring, including:

  1. What does monitoring mean in this context?
    Understanding the scope and examples of employee monitoring practices.
  2. Why are we talking about this?
    Linking the discussion to recent high-profile cases and legal precedents.
  3. What does this mean for organisations?
    Essential considerations and actions businesses need to take to comply with data protection laws.
  4. What information should be included in a monitoring policy?
    Key elements and best practices for creating a comprehensive monitoring policy.
  5. What if organisations want to collect biometric data to monitor employees?
    Legal and ethical implications of using biometric data in employee monitoring.

Why Attend?

  • Gain valuable insights from leading experts in data protection and legal services.
  • Understand the latest developments and compliance requirements in employee monitoring.
  • Learn practical steps to develop and implement effective monitoring policies.
  • Engage in a Q&A session to address your specific concerns and queries.