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[Replay Webinar DSN]: DSN control, an opportunity to be seized for companies

Replay Control of the DSN, an opportunity for companies to seize

#1 - DSN: context and challenges

As you know, the DSN (nominative social declaration) has replaced the majority of social declarations since January 2017 and aims to simplify these declarations by:

  • Reducing the margin of error at the declarative level
  • Reducing the declarative workload

Which declarations should be included? What is the circuit of the DSN? What points of vigilance should be checked before transmitting the DSN? And finally, what are the risks for your business?

#2 - DSN: new features for 2020

From January 1, 2020, your DSNs must be correctly configured to gradually integrate AGEFIPH data so that the contribution is dematerialized from 2021. What are the settings to be made?

#3 - DSN BI demonstration

GAC supports you in the HR management of your company thanks to a Business Intelligence tool (using DSN files) which provides you with pre-filled reports, HR dashboards (more than 100 indicators available) to allow you to meet legal obligations.

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