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    HRM Rendement 2021-06

    Going on vacation during the coronavirus pandemic

    The total number of vaccinated people worldwide is increasing and in response more and more countries are relaxing their coronavirus measures. No doubt this relaxation of restrictions will make employees decide to enjoy their newly gained freedom by going on vacation. At the same time, however, most employers would prefer their employees to stay and work hard to improve the uncertain economic position of the organization. What can you do? Although a lot is still unclear about the degree of relaxation of coronavirus measures and the opening up of borders worldwide, it is clear that the governments of virtually all European countries aim to give their citizens more freedom to move around this summer. Most employees have thus far been careful in making travel plans, (...)

    Registering employees’ medical data could result in a fine

    Due to violations in the rules regarding the processing of medical data of ill employees, the Netherlands Authority on Personal Data – called ‘Autotiteit Persoonsgegevens (AP)’ – imposed a € 15,000 fine on a maintenance company. Among other things, the company had failed to properly secure the data included in their absenteeism registration. The absenteeism registration contained highly privacy-sensitive data about the physical and mental health of employees. Because the company included e.g. the names, (...)