Wherever people work, questions arise regarding privacy. Businesses and organisations, for example, are responsible for processing personal data of their employees, self-employed workers and other categories of workers such as interns and volunteers.

Since 2018, personal data have been protected by the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), which lays down in detail the rights and obligations regarding personal data. But privacy goes beyond merely protecting personal data. Privacy legislation offers protection for all aspects of personal life. On the work floor, this can raise many questions, such as whether an employer is permitted to have access to the business e-mailbox of an employee or WhatsApp conversations between colleagues. DingemansVanderKind advises on privacy on the work floor, choosing a practical approach. We can also help you draft your privacy statements and privacy policy.

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