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18
Dec
Employment Law and the Impact of Brexit
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Paul explains that Employment Law is so interesting because it regulates the workplace where we spend a large majority of our lives. For that reason, developments in Employment Law are often reported on by the media as stories about Employment Law impact on all of our lives, Paul has recently spoken to The Times, City AM, The Financial Times and the BBC. Paul has also previously been invited to a Whitehall Think-Tank about agency worker rights which is a hot topic in the age of the Gig Economy, Uber and Deliveroo.

Employment Law passed by Parliament has been fairly static in recent years as Parliament is focussed on bigger priorities such as Brexit; Paul explains that there may be a number of challenges for employers when it comes to Brexit such as business immigration applications.

Girlings a leading solicitors in Kent with offices in Canterbury, Ashford and Herne Bay and offer Employment Law advice on disciplinary procedures, employment tribunals and much more.

The team which is based in our Ashford office has extensive contentious and non contentious experience in all areas of Employment Law. It has advised a diverse range of individuals and business clients including banks and other financial services companies, newspapers and magazines, hedge funds, media and advertising companies, manufacturers, retailers, construction and property companies, IT businesses, recruitment agencies, management consultants, tour operators, schools and colleges, transport and pharmaceutical companies, district councils and airlines as well as directors and senior employees.

For further advice on this and other Employment Law issues contact Paul McAleavey or our Employment Law department.

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