Brexit - Where are we now? Deal or no deal? : Bracknell Group, South Hill Park Arts Centre, Monday, 11. March 2019

Arrive at 18:00 for an 18:30 start.  

After a tumultuous year, the employment and immigration specialists at Herrington Carmichael Solicitors will provide an update and review of the current position on Brexit, what it means for HR, and where we go from here.  In particular, we will look at the immigration measures in place to protect all EU Nationals and their family members who want to continue to work and reside in the UK, and what impact a deal or no deal scenario means for UK employment law and HR practice.

Our speakers:
Katie Harris, Senior Solicitor, Employment
Katie has over 8 years experience working for leading and top ranked law firms, providing strategic advice on all aspects of employment law to a broad range of clients from private individuals to ‘Big Brand’ large international corporates.  Katie’s career has spanned significant changes in employment law, including implementation of the Equality Act 2010, and the introduction of employment tribunal fees and reform of the tribunal system.  Recognised in the Legal 500 as a leading lawyer in the Thames Valley, she is described by clients as ‘technically excellent’, a ‘breath of fresh air’, with ‘knowledge that is second to none’.  
Imelda Reddington, Solicitor, Immigration
Imelda has almost 10 years of experience working in the immigration field since the inception of the Points Based System, and the introduction of right to work compliance checks. Imelda has seen many changes in immigration law and tirelessly strives to ensure clients are kept abreast of the ever changing myriad of immigration rules.  She has large multi national client sponsors who transfer key and senior staff regularly to the UK and into Europe.  Imelda has been labelled ‘a life saver’, for one client who was about to fail in a visa application for a key migrant worker. Imelda acts as representative for registered sponsors who do not have resources to allocate to complying with or learning immigration rules.  Imelda and her team alleviate the ‘ache’ out of employing migrants, so that sponsors can continue to operate their businesses. 

Is there parking available?
Will refreshments be provided?A
A selection of sandwiches, pastries, tea and coffee will be available free of charge.

Professional photography and video production will be taking place at the event, and these images may be used on future promotional materials for CIPD. Please note that by attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials.

Monday, 11. March 2019, South Hill Park Arts Centre, Brexit - Where are we now? Deal or no deal? : Bracknell Group

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