Data Protection for Freelancers is a NEW guide

Our new guide is aimed at sole traders and freelancers working in the UK and Northern Ireland.

Most of us are using personal data within our businesses, but do we get it right?  If someone questions you about the data you hold, about GDPR or your Data Protection Policies, do you feel confident that you’re compliant?

Emily has spent a large proportion of her lockdown creating this guide (thank you Covid-19!). As the sole director of RMGirl Consulting, Emily is very familiar with the world of self-employment, and this is a guide for freelancers by a freelancer.

You won’t find a guide like this anywhere else.

Freelancers Guide Front Page - Says "Data Protection for Freelancers - £25 - RMGirl"

 

Are you a:

  • Hairdresser
  • Plumber
  • Cleaner
  • Gardener
  • Copywriter
  • Translator
  • Decorator
  • Tattooist
  • Virtual Assistant
  • Childcare Provider
  • Coach
  • Counsellor
  • Web Developer
  • Personal Trainer
  • Beautician
  • Lawyer
  • Accountant
  • Consultant
  • Electrician

*Perhaps you’re not on this list –  but if you’re a sole trader, a freelancer, or the sole director of a limited company then this is for you!

Do you:

  • Keep a record of your customer’s details?
  • Use apps on your phone to contact clients?
  • Send out a newsletter?
  • Have a website?
  • Maintain a mailing list?

If the answer to any of these questions is ‘yes’, our new guide is right for you.  The easy to follow and useful steps in this guide will ensure you understand what it takes to be compliant with UK Data Protection requirements.

GDPR / Data Protection is more than just security and keeping data safe.

The Freelancers Guide is now available on RMGirl Shop for £25.00

 

The new guide is available to download from NOW.  You can order the item in the RMGirl shop now.

The cost of this guide is £25.00 and it is only available as an electronic PDF.   We recommend saving your copy of the guide in your Compliance Folder.  If you don’t have a compliance folder yet, don’t worry – we cover that!

And ‘Compliance Folders’ aren’t all we cover.  Here’s a peek at the contents page…

Freelancers Guide Contents

CONTENTS, About The Author, Introduction, Do I need to register as a Data Controller?, Am I a Data Processor?, Exemptions, Do I need a Record of Processing Activities (ROPA)?, Do I need a Data Protection Officer (DPO)?, Do I need a privacy notice?, Do I need a cookie notice on my website?, Do I need consent to send people marketing emails?, What is DP by Design?, What is a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)?, What do I need to do with Individual Rights?, Are the EU-US Transfers issues affecting me?, What about Brexit and My Business?, What are my actions for trying to be compliant?, Coming Soon from RMGir,l Appendices with Commentary, Article 6 - List of procession conditions for personal data, Article 9.1 - List of exemptions for processing special category data, Processing Conditions vs Individual Rights Table, Copyright, Single User Licence Agreement & Acceptable Use

Available NOW – only on the RMGirl Website.

Available now from www.rmgirl.co.uk/shop

If you have any feedback after receiving the guide, please do send it in as we love to hear more from our buyers. You can email us at emily@rmgirl.co.uk

COVID-19 has made life difficult for many of us, and we appreciate that many people have taken a financial hit.  If you’ve recently been made redundant and are considering setting up as a freelancer, please do get in touch.  We have a number of copies of this guide available free of charge to people who have been made redundant between March 2020 and September 2020 (written proof may be required).

Perhaps you don’t need this guide…  But if you think it was a good idea, and you would like to support Emily’s work, you can always donate towards RMGirl by buying her a coffee or 3 here.

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