Test results, treatment plans and further confidential information belonging to hundreds of thousands of patients may have gone lost from 2011 to 2016.
Asking a feedback from a subordinate’s peers and (even better) having them over at the actual review, can be highly beneficial for the performance management process.
Extreme competition is the sign of the times, today, for law firms = grace periods are much shorter than in the past = partners are gaining more importance into bringing client and must also perform even better than in the past = remuneration for the top partners may be detrimental to the lower levels = one single weak year can destabilise a law firm very much = younger partners and associates may leave more quickly than ever.
75% is not familiar at all with a new regulation that may be as important as the EU GDPR.
2% are well familiar and 14% are very concerned.
Such new law will require data to be saved within Chinese borders and may be followed by further regulation.
Swisses are following the footsteps and will have their own Privacy Shield as of 12/4/2017.
The lawsuit between BREIN and XS4ALL+Ziggo is reaching the end and The Pirate Bay will be most likely obscured in the Netherlands under these providers.
Basic rule: do not lose the cool. Refrain from victimising yourself and focus on the productivity and benefits of your presence for the enxt time.
An ATAD2 (anti Tax Avoidance Directive 2) has been agreed on 21/2/2017 to replace the ATAD1 to tackle hybrid mismatch arrangements, but only between two (2) Member States. Whit this update, a Member State has to deny a deduction for the payment made to the hybrid entity, even if the participants of the entity are not in one of the Member States.
Microsoft under the lens of DPAs in the Netherlands, Germany, France, Hungary, Slovenia, Spain and UK and is being inquired on the kind of usage it makes of personal data collected through the Windows10 platform.
If you are in charge of taking minutes, you’d better follow these tips:
1. Ask yourself, as you’re taking notes: “Will it matter in two days/weeks/months/?”
3. Do record motions word for word
4. Use keywords vs. sentences.
5. Keep emotions out of the minutes
6. Be an active listener. If you missed a motion, interrupt the meeting,or ask the person later on.
7. Reflect accurately the order of the discussion.
8. Switch to using your laptop for minute-taking.
9. Create bulleted lists.
10. Streamline your sign-in sheet. For example a template with three columns: (1) all staff and attendees. Attendees sign the second column and mark their arrival times in the third column.