As an employer, your employees are one of your key assets but in the current circumstances, with revenues dropping or businesses closing as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, their wages are also one of your key expenses.
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Advocate Edward Drummond, assisted by Sonia Minns and Victoria Ramos, recently acted for the Little Sisters of the Poor in their successful defence of claims brought by a former employee
Privilege is very much a buzzword at the moment in legal circles.
Disability has now been a 'protected characteristic' under Jersey law for a year, and so we thought it would be helpful to review the law and consider the claims that we are starting to see.
Amendments to the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003 (the "Law") were registered by the Royal Court on 21 October 2016 and contains several relatively minor changes...
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It may not be an issue that an employer wishes to face, but in today's economic climate, redundancy is becoming an increasing reality for some.
Emma Parr looks at best practice for Guernsey employers facing a redundancy situation, including fair selection of employees, consultation, redundancy payments and compromise agreements.
This is the first edition of what will be a regular Collas Crill Employment Update, in which we will keep you up to date with news and best practice to ensure you are the first to know of employment changes that may affect you and your business in Guernsey, Jersey or the UK.
On 1 January 2011 amendments to the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003 creating rights on redundancy take effect.
For the first time Jersey will be introducing legislation which makes provision for the protection of employees in redundancy situations.