May 2018


Free Webinar - How will GDPR affect my payroll processing?

Payroll Data & GDPR - What you need to know about consent, emailing payslips, and your legal obligation. 

Employers must take steps to protect and securely manage employee’s personal data to comply with GDPR. Equally, where a business outsources their payroll to a third party, they are legally obliged to provide assurances to safeguard the payroll information they manage on behalf of their clients.

Given recent cyber-attacks, an updated security process is definitely required to protect the personal data that we manage. GDPR is not a new concept, it is simply a data protection process that is being upgraded to protect all individuals. Essentially, GDPR is an overhaul of the way we process, manage and store individual’s personal data.

This free webinar will uncover the ins and outs of the impact of GDPR on your payroll processing, highlighting the biggest areas of concern including emailing payslips, employee consent and your legal obligation. Places are limited, book early to avoid disappointment.


We will walk you through some important steps to achieve GDPR compliance by examining the following topics:

What does GDPR mean for your payroll processing?

  • Understanding GDPR 
  • The contract between accountants & clients
  • Template Data Processor Agreement 
  • Proof of compliance 
  • Securely storing employee data

Payslips & GDPR Compliance

  • Employee consent 
  • Emailing payslips 
  • Recommended self-service access

Breaching GDPR

  • Data breach plan of action 
  • Non-compliance and penalties

BrightPay & GDPR

  • BrightPay Connect - online self-service portal 
  • Enhanced security measures

Register here

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Posted byKaren BennettinGDPR