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2.4 identify the personal information that must be kept up to date with own employer
Employees’ personal data should be kept safe, [ secure and up to date by an employer. Data an employer can keep about an employee includes: name address date of birth sex education and qualifications work experience National Insurance number tax code details of any known disability emergency contact details They will also keep details about an
employee such as: employment history with the organisation employment terms and conditions (eg pay, hours of work, holidays, benefits, absence) any accidents connected with work any training taken any disciplinary action ]
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