GDPR: Age of consent

Next May’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may be causing recruiters, umbrella companies and payroll providers a headache now, but ignoring it will bring about a full-on migraine, as Colin Cottell discovers.

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) that comes into force next May is one of the hottest issues in recruitment at the moment. 

While recruiters are understandably concerned about the time, effort and cost of preparing for such a change, not forgetting the massive fines for getting it wrong, concerns are rising about whether the sector will be up...

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