Privacy Considerations For Bringing Employees Back Into Physical Workplaces

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Julie Ashworth Glover, Founder and Principal, 6 Degrees Privacy Consulting, LLC, and Craig Unger, CEO and Founder, Hyperproof

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As private employers and federal, state and local governments begin to assess business re-opening measures in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers are re-evaluating how to safely transition employees back to the physical workplace. There’s a host of regulations employers must abide in the areas of health, safety, wage and hour issues, discrimination and harassment. In addition, employers need to be mindful of privacy regulations such as CCPA, U.S. state biometric laws and GDPR as they straddle the line between protecting employees’ health and maintaining the privacy rights of employees. In this virtual fire-side, Julie Ashworth Glover, JD, CIPP-US, CIPM, Founder and Principal of 6 Degrees Privacy Consulting, LLC, and Craig Unger, CEO and Founder of Hyperproof, will discuss the key privacy considerations employers must keep in mind as they develop plans to transition employees back to work in the physical workplace.
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