Kellie Peters

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Diploma in Workplace Data Protection Starts 20th January 2022...

20th January 2022 – A GDPR Training Programme and Diploma for HR Professionals. In collaboration with SYLO | Beyond HR. , we are delivering a programme of CPD certificated data protection training, that’s tailored especially for people who lead or manage Human Resources functions. Data protection runs deep through every fibre of the HR environment. In times […]

The Home Office of the Future

On this edition of The Business Brunch, join Paul Ballinger from STL Communications, Kellie Peters from Databasix and Neill Lawson-Smith from CIS, as they discuss the pros and cons of working from home and what the expectations are from customers.

What are the biggest threats to your business?

As the world limps on and businesses in the UK contend with the challenges of another period of lockdown, B4 members representing the Business Services, IT & Communications Hub marked Data Protection Day on Thursday 28th January 2021 by discussing what the major threats were to their businesses. With thanks to Darren Aston (Aston & James), Neill Lawson-Smith (CIS Ltd), Paul Ballinger (STL Communications), Salim Benadel (Storm Internet) and Kellie Peters (Databasix).

Just Launched: Diploma in Workplace Data Protection with CPD...

2020 was a very challenging year for anyone responsible for HR, whether this was implementing the job retention scheme (furlough), supporting redundancy decisions, ensuring all remote working staff didn’t feel overwhelmed and isolated, introducing new HR software systems, or recruiting during the pandemic using video technology. It was during the first national lockdown that Sally […]

Free webinar ‘You’ve Got Mail’

The current situation with the coronavirus means inboxes are filling up (once again) with companies sending out information about their response, messages from CEOs, or offering services that may be of use to us all in these strangest of times. ‘It’s GDPR all over again’ we’ve heard you cry!