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FREE Employment Law Seminars - June 2019

Free seminars for HR professionals, managers and business owners. Delivered by Girlings’ Employment Law specialists, Carl Vincent, Paul McAleavey and David Morgan. The seminars are designed to give you the latest information in workplace law.

Details of the seminar programme, dates and venues are listed below.


Thurs, 6th June - 8.45am – 10.15am
Discovery Park, The Raleigh Suite, Innovation House, Ramsgate Road,
Sandwich, Kent CT13 9FF


Tues, 11th June - 8.15am – 9.45am
Kent County Cricket Club, The Board Room, The Spitfire Ground,
Old Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent CT1 3NZ


Thurs, 13th June- 8.45am – 10.15am
Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, Business Point, Ashford,
Kent TN24 0LH

Seminar Programme

Arrival and breakfast: 8.45am

Non-Disclosure Agreements Carl Vincent: 9.00am - 9.20am

  • What are they and how they are used
  • Why they have come under attack
  • How they are enforced

Brexit – Implications for Employment Law Paul McAleavey: 9.20am - 9.40am

  • Potential impact
  • Business immigration changes
  • Practical tips

Managing Staff Absence David Morgan: 9.40am - 10.00am

  • Dealing with unauthorised absence
  • Handling long term or frequent sickness absence
  • Absence, disability and reasonable adjustments

Q&A Session: 10.00am - 10.15am

For further details and to register your interest, please contact Fiona Minter on 01227 768374 or

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Our Experts

Carl Vincent

Chairman, Head of Department
Employment Law

Paul McAleavey

Employment Law

David Morgan

Employment law

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