Maintaining Employee Records Certification

Course Code:
0.75 hours
Maintaining Employee Records Certification
Exams Included:
All major devices and browsers
Delivery method:
Online (In-house also available )
Maintaining Employee Records Certification
Every business needs to keep employee records. This allows the company to keep running smoothly. For example, payroll information is required to ensure that the employee receives the right pay, and sensitive healthcare information may be required to facilitate reasonable adjustments in the workplace.

All employers need to be aware of their duties under the law with regards to data protection. In this course, you will learn how to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and retain accurate payroll records for HMRC.

You Will Learn:
Why employers need to collect information about their employees, and the type of records they keep
How long employers can keep information about their employees
The requirements for data storage and handling under the GDPR
How to keep appropriate payroll records
How to prepare for a tax compliance check, and the consequences of failing to keep appropriate records
Benefits of Taking This Course:
If you work in an HR role, this course will help you maintain accurate, secure employee records
If you are responsible for payroll management at work, this course will help you meet your obligations with regard to HMRC regulations
If you are an employee, this course will give you an insight into your rights with regards to how your data is managed
If you are interested in employment law, this course will give you a valuable insight into the laws around employee data protection

Course Modules/Lessons
Module 02: Data Protection
Module 03: Payroll Records from an HMRC Point of View
Module 04: Tax Compliance Checks
Module 05: The Consequences of Not Keeping Up-to-date and Accurate Payroll and Employee Records



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