One year on | 7 in 10 say GDPR imposes a huge burden on HR

7 in 10 say GDPR imposes a huge burden on HR

As this month marks the one-year anniversary of GDPR, 75% of HR professionals have revealed that the regulation has imposed a significant burden on HR departments, while 64% believe that data protection will get harder once the UK exits the EU.

This news comes following a survey launched by Cezanne HR, a supplier of global Cloud-native HR software, of 250 UK HR professionals, which found that the vast majority of HR practitioners (88%) are confident in their understanding of GDPR legislation relating to the retention and deletion of data.

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