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Data Privacy Act (DPA) - Employer’s compliance

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Sophiemarie


Arresto Menor
Hi!

Although we have already sought clarification on this to the NPC, Employers are also covered by this act, right? Such that all infos/data after an employee gets on board, the Employer must seek due consent from its employees for whatever personal details (which were not required or obtained pre-employment) they might be needing; hence, duly comply with DPA.

Please provide insights and feedback on this.

Thank you.

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attyLLL


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yes, employers are covered by DPA


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arnoldventura


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Yes, the Data Privacy Act is another matter that employers have to be aware of. They are covered by this law. https://www.alburovillanueva.com/data-privacy-guide-employers

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Sophiemarie


Arresto Menor
Thank you everyone for the replies.

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maxwell_24


Arresto Mayor
How about the wage of employees? can we get a copy of salary of every employee to determine the disparity in daily rate to apply the wage distortion properly? This is the problem that we encounter every time there is a wage increase in the minimum salary. The problem is the government adjust only the minimum wage and salary distortion is company prerogative. Is this correct?

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mikos23

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Yes it is correct

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