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Data Protection

A significant amount of information related to Employees is created and gathered during the employment relationship.  Information retained may include details of the recruitment process followed to hire an Employee, the written statement of terms and conditions of employment provided on hiring the person, records of pay including holiday pay and public holiday benefits, any information relating to disciplinary situations, grievances and documentation related to workplace investigations, as well as documentation related to Employee benefits, agreements to deductions from pay and so forth. 

It is important to be aware that all information held by an Employer related to an Employee must be stored, processed and maintained in accordance with the Data Protection Acts, 1988 and 2003.  Furthermore, Organisations holding public information may be subject to the further requirements of the Freedom of Information Acts, 1997 and 2003.

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