Upcoming webinar

Brexit: What now for HR?

Wednesday 13 July 2016, 2:00pm BST

What does Britain’s vote to leave the EU mean for HR? Despite the uncertainty surrounding the terms of Britain’s exit, you should start preparing for the HR aspects of running a business outside the EU.

We will discuss what Brexit means for UK employment law. What is the likelihood of potential changes to employment legislation, and which areas are most likely to be affected? What will the status of decisions made by the European Court of Justice be?

We will consider the impact of the leave vote on the immigration status of non-UK EU nationals living and working in the UK, and what this means for recruitment and retention, as well as the effect on your international workforce. We will also explore the timescale over which we can expect things to change.

Join our live 60-minute webinar to find out what the result of the EU referendum means for you, including:

  • the implications for HR;
  • the next steps in the Brexit process; and
  • what you can do now to prepare for Britain’s exit from the EU.

The webinar includes a Q&A session, giving you the opportunity to have your HR questions on Brexit answered.

Webinar speakers

Darren Newman Annabel Mace

Darren Newman is an employment lawyer with more than 20 years' experience. He qualified at the Bar in 1990, and has extensive experience of representing both employers and employees in the employment tribunal.

Darren is a director of In-Company Training Services Ltd and has provided employment law training to major government departments, commercial organisations, local authorities and public bodies.

Annabel Mace is a partner in Squire Patton Boggs' Labour & Employment department and heads up the UK business immigration team.

She has vast experience in all aspects of employment and business immigration law, both at individual and corporate multinational level, in a variety of sectors including: architecture; engineering; retail; media, marketing and communications; and financial services.

Annabel is also involved in the project management of transferring staff outside the UK.