HR Facing GDPR


Surveillance and profiling at the work place. Dos and Donts for the employers – Prof. Raluca Dumitriu, Law Professor, ASE, Bucharest

How to meet GDPR requirements when processing employees’ data (including sensitive data such as union membership). What happens to employees’ data processing consents obtained prior to 28 May? – Marta Otto, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law and Administration,
University of Lodz, Poland

How to deal with employees’ request of access to data, data erasure and data transfer requests. – representative of local DPA

HR data (purely organisational data and appraisal data) transfers: needs and solutions (Adequacy Decisions, Model Contract Clauses, Binding Corporate Rules, etc.) – Yung Shin (Marleen) Van Der Sype, Attorney, Time.lex

Prof. Raluca Dimitriu

Raluca Dimitriu is Labour Law Professor at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Law Department. She is performing teaching and researching activities in higher and postgraduate education, and she is currently PhD supervisor in the field of labour law and industrial relations.

She publishes constantly studies in international juridical revues, being also the author of several monographs published in the labour law field. Prof. Dimitriu is also principal researcher within the Legal Research Institute of Romanian Academy and team leader or national expert in various international research projects and European networks, such as European Labour Law Network.
As a trainer for Magistrates specialized in Labour Law – National Institute for Magistracy, Bucharest, Prof. Dimitriu is also in a permanent contact with the practical field of industrial relations.

Yung Shin (Marleen) Van Der Sype

Yung Shin (Marleen) Van Der Sype

Yung Shin Van Der Sype specialises at time.lex in the domain of (workplace) privacy and data protection, company security and ICT-contracts. She obtained the Data Protection Institute’s certificate as Data Protection Officer. She also teaches the course Electronic Contracts Law in the L.L.M. Intellectual Property and ICT Law (KU Leuven, Campus Brussels).

Yung Shin was the main contact person for the legal issues in several research projects funded by the European Commission (such as the company-security projects MUSES and DOGANA). In other Horizon 2020 projects, she is appointed as external legal and ethical advisor. She obtained her Master of Laws degree at the KU Leuven in June 2012. From September 2012 until October 2017 Yung Shin was employed by the same university as a legal researcher.

In April 2017 she defended her Ph.D. thesis “Towards an integrated privacy protection in the workplace”.

As a legal researcher Yung Shin contributed to several books and articles relating to privacy, data protection and company security (cfr. Lirias publication list).

Assistant Prof. Marta Otto

Marta Otto holds a PhD degree from the Department of Law of the European University Institute (Florence, Italy). She is a former scholar of the International Society for Labour Law and Social Security Law, COMPTRASEC (Centre de droit comparé du travail et de la sécurité sociale), and CRiMT (Centre de recherche interuniversitaire sur la mondialisation et le travail). Currently, she works as an Assistant Professor for Social Security Law and Social Policy, at the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Lodz, Poland.

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