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In the meantime, companies need to think about the impact Brexit will have on their European operations and, in particular, the impact on their workforce. This course focuses on the short, medium and long-term impacts Brexit may have on workforce planning,
Join attorneys Sarah Henchoz and Louise Skinner as they examine what steps global companies should be taking now in preparation for the eventual Brexit, and what messages should be given to staff who will undoubtedly be feeling anxious about their future.
Sarah Henchoz is a partner in Allen & Overy’s London office. She has considerable experience advising clients on the full range of both contentious and non-contentious employment matters. She regularly advises clients on the complex and sensitive issues arising out of the acquisition of a business and the harmonization of that business into the wider corporate structure both locally and cross border. This involves advising on implementing new service agreements and benefit packages for senior executives, employee and trade union consultation, and post-completion integration. Sarah also regularly appears in and advises clients on Employment Tribunal matters, particularly in the areas of discrimination and whistleblowing, and in respect of bonus claims. She also has significant experience of managing cross-border projects.
Sarah is a regular contributor to employment journals such as Practical Law, and is frequently quoted in the press. Prior to working at Allen & Overy, Sarah spent two years as an in-house employment lawyer where she developed a practical and commercial approach to problem solving in a unionised workforce.
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Sarah Henchoz regularly posts on subjects such as discrimination and atypical working for Allen & Overy’s Employment Talk blog.
Louise is a highly pragmatic and responsive lawyer who provides practical, commercial advice on all aspects of employment law.
Experienced in Employment Tribunal and High Court litigation, Louise has acted for high profile clients across the board in claims including unfair and constructive dismissal, whistleblowing, discrimination and contractual disputes. Louise's key strength is developing close client relationships and an in-depth commercial understanding of their challenges, ensuring she is well placed to assist on any employment related issue, whether litigious, advisory or transactional.
Louise has extensive experience in the financial services sector, frequently advising on the employment aspects of cross-border regulatory investigations and connected litigation. In doing so, Louise advises across the full ambit of clients' regulatory personnel issues, including disciplinary proceedings, complex issues of privilege, and addressing employee compensation issues including the with-holding and/or forfeiture of bonus payments and deferred compensation.
Louise has a particular interest in advising on equality and diversity, and is called upon to give both strategic and specific advice on issues that feed into the gender pay gap such as equal pay, parental rights, quotas and positive action in both recruitment and promotion.
Louise was described as "truly exceptional and insightful" in the latest UK Legal 500.
Louise Skinner regularly posts Allen & Overy’s Employment Talk blog.
Outstanding! Thank you
Great presenters! Great presentation and materials, very practical.
They both knew what they were talking about.
Enormously complicated issue still unfolding, succinctly presented & compelling. Enjoyed the talk.
The speaker was both knowledgeable and east from undestand
Very nice ladies!
Great work! Interesting insights into the Brexit situation.
excellent, covered a lot
Excellent and timely presentation. Thank you for making it available.