The GDPR is designed to give individuals better control over their personal data and establish uniform data protection rules across the EEA. Any organization that collects or processes personal data of an individual within the Union is subject to this regulation, regardless of the organization’s location. While the GDPR does not introduce many substantially new concepts, it greatly increases the compliance requirements of controllers and personal data processors.
Employee well-being has become a top concern for many companies. This is partially due to rising costs of employer health care in the United States. But equally, if not more important, is the challenge of sustaining employee performance in an “always on” world of constant distractions, changes and other sources of stress.