31% of HR Managers Say They Need Better Employee Data Protection
Key Takeaways About Data Privacy and HR
1 in 10 Employees Are Victims of Employer Data Breaches
Even if your business hasn’t suffered a data breach, 24% of employees have reported experiences with their employers that caused them to worry about their data privacy.
Yet 31% of HR professionals say their companies lack robust security measures for storing employee data, which underscores the urgent need for improved data security practices within HR departments.
Advice for HR: Protect Your Employee’s Data
Offer Credit Monitoring
If your organization has had a data leak, you can take proactive steps to support your staff, like offering free credit and bank monitoring to everyone affected. That can really help ease the situation and alleviate concerns related to hacks, provide protection, and help you win back employee trust.
Even if you haven’t suffered a data breach, offering identity protection is a great preventative measure and a solid addition to your total compensation package.
80% of HR Pros Have Seen or Been Guilty of Bad Data Management
Advice for HR: Build Trust in HR
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BambooHR conducted this research using an online survey prepared by Method Research and distributed by RepData among n=1,565 adults age 18+ in the United States who are full-time office/computer workers. Among the sample, n=500 respondents were in an HR functional management role. The sample was equally split between genders, with a spread of age groups and geographies represented, and readable race groups. Data was collected from April 5, 2023, to April 26, 2023.