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Daily Dashboard | 10 steps for US multinational employers preparing for GDPR Related reading: Global 500 companies to spend $7.8B on GDPR compliance

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Because the EU General Data Protection Regulation was drafted with the primary intention of protecting consumers who participate in the "digital economy," determining how the GDPR’s new requirements apply to HR data can be challenging. To assist in that effort, Philip Gordon, chair of Littler Mendelson's Privacy and Data Protection Practice Group, offers this Privacy Tracker post outlining 10 practical steps that U.S. multinationals can take to address the regulation’s provisions with the greatest impact on managing a global workforce. Gordon writes, "Given the breadth of the undertaking and the lead time needed to complete it before the May 25, 2018, enforcement deadline, the time to get started is now."
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