Europe: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - Managing Workforce Data (Webinar)

Europe Sessions

In brief

In a world driven by data, companies across all industries around the globe face the persistent challenge of navigating this fast-changing and complex area of business and law.

We are pleased to present Deciphering Data, Baker McKenzie’s global webinar series on data privacy and security that aims to help you decode complex developments in cybersecurity, data protection, workplace privacy, regulatory updates, litigation and enforcement.

Our diverse team of cross-border experts offer their expertise and insight in this complimentary series to help you understand the legal lay of the land and prepare for the future of privacy.

Recordings of our recent webinars focused on the global and European data privacy and security landscape are available below. Please take a moment to watch the recordings of each session.


There has been a recent trend of regulatory enforcement and employee activism in the arena of workplace privacy and data protection. It is challenging to disentangle privacy and employment law considerations, and organizations should look at them holistically. The pandemic has shone a light on workforce privacy concerns, so that employees are more engaged around them and are willing to speak up. It has also accelerated some of the more intrusive data processing activities by employers, as well as throwing up some new-ish challenges like testing and vaccinating employees.

In this session our expert panel will discuss the hottest workplace privacy issues of the moment including employee monitoring by way of productivity monitoring tools and DLP, processing diversity and inclusion data and its limits within Europe, the extent to which employers can get testing and vaccination data about employees, use of AI tools, particularly in the area of recruitment.

Date: Thursday 8 July

Duration: 45 mins

Speakers: Francesca Gaudino (Milan), Michaela Nebel (Frankfurt), Julia Wilson (London)

Regional sessions focused on Latin America, North America and Asia Pacific to be announced soon. To receive further details, register your interest here.

We are delighted to announce we will be holding Tech Talk 2021 in Latin America this July 2021 and Asia Pacific in August 2021. Each virtual meeting will be held over three days and will focus on key trends and issues affecting the TMT sector in these regions. Register here.

Related webinars

Global sessions

International: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - Not ‘If’ But ‘When’: Cybersecurity Global Update - Session 1 (Webinar)

International: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - Not ‘If’ But ‘When’: Cybersecurity Global Update - Session 2 (Webinar)

International: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - Journey Around the World: Data Privacy Global Update - Session 1 (Webinar)

International: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - Journey Around the World - Data Privacy Global Update - Session 2 (Webinar)

Europe sessions

Europe: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - Managing Workforce Data (Webinar)

Europe: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - When Data Goes Wrong - Enforcement and Litigation Trends Across Europe (Webinar)

Europe: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - Cookies and Online Advertising - Recent Trends in Europe (Webinar)

Europe: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - International Data Transfers - What’s Next? (Webinar)

Asia Pacific sessions

Asia Pacific: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - Spotlight on privacy developments (Webinar)

Asia Pacific: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - Artificial Intelligence (AI) and privacy (Webinar)

Asia Pacific: Deciphering Data Webinar Series - Effective and sustainable privacy compliance programs (Webinar)

Contact Information
Michaela Nebel
Partner at BakerMcKenzie
Julia Wilson
Partner at BakerMcKenzie

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