Comms Council Employment Seminar - When Key Employees Resign

Posted 3 October 2019.

​When key agency employees resign, they walk out the door with more than a cardboard box.

They also leave with detailed knowledge of processes, contacts, future plans and clients - or even your existing employees. Competition from ex-staff is serious issue, and businesses are increasingly resorting to litigation to prevent disruptive fallout.

That’s why protecting your agency’s secrets, IP, IT and confidential information is essential.

About the Seminar

This agency-focused seminar will delve into the issue of unfair competition from ex-staff, the rights of employers and the duties of departing employees. It will shed light on drafting clauses for employment agreements, important updates regarding freelancers and how to smoothly and successfully transition employees out of your agency - without having to resort to litigation.

About Anthony Drake

Anthony Drake, Wynn Williams Employment Partner, has worked with the Advertising and Communications industry for over 20 years and is familiar with its culture and consequential challenges. A trusted advisor to many, his knowledge and presentation style will ensure the information you receive is relevant, valuable and applicable to your business.

Who Should Attend?

If you manage agency people at a high level, this seminar is a must. Particularly for HR Directors / Managers, Operations Managers and Resource Managers. Anthony will share crucial information that could protect your agency from the consequences of losing its star employees.

Date: Tuesday 22 October 2019

Time: 7:30am for a 8:00am start - 9:00am (light breakfast will be served)

Venue: Wynn Williams Lawyers - Level 25, Vero Centre - 48 Shortland Street, Auckland CBD (Parking is limited, we advise Taxi or Uber)

Cost: $85 + GST per person for Comms Council members | $135 + GST per person for non-members

RSVP by Tuesday 15 October 2019 - Please provide full name, position, contact details of attendees and any special dietary requirements.

Register / more info:

Agencies / clients will be invoiced by the Comms Council under normal terms of trade.