Post-Brexit employment law seminar to be held in Chatham

Bosses can brush up on their employment law at a seminar looking at how things may change after the EU referendum.

The morning workshop will examine the “transformative effect” of the Brexit vote on the way companies can handle their staff.

The discussion will be led by Andrew Masters, a partner at Canterbury and Chatham law firm Furley Page, which is running the event with Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce.

Flags in front of the EU Commission building in Brussels
Flags in front of the EU Commission building in Brussels

Mr Masters said although the decision to leave the EU will not have an immediate effect, there could be a “relaxation of rights” in the medium to long term.

He said: “Our workshop will consider all of these issues as well as important new cases and developments in employment law including gender pay reporting and apprenticeships so employers and HR practitioners are forewarned.”

Takes place at Bridgewood Manor Hotel, Chatham, on Thursday, October 20. Tickets £90 or £80 for Chamber members. Call 01233 503838.

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