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Walkers
The charter is an initiative to encourage employers to make positive commitments about the recruitment, training and retention of workers with disabilities, and raising awareness about disability issues within their organisations.
Walkers
The event, which is free to attend, takes place at St James from 8 am on Thursday 15 August.
GuernseyFinance
Pension schemes face a range of risks and trustees should understand and manage those risks. Risks for most schemes cover a range of challenges such as market risk, counterparty risk
Walkers
While most of Guernsey's new data protection law took effect last year, there were a few parts that that had a grace period until 25 May 2019.
Appleby
It was over 5 years ago that the States of Guernsey passed its disability strategy, with promises that work on drafting a new equality ordinance would take place in 2014.
Carey Olsen
Employers have a responsibility to ensure they create a culture within their organisation that calls out and challenges 'rogue' employees if they want to prevent the potential fallout from bad behaviour in the workplace.
Carey Olsen
Please find below our Employment and pensions updater for December 2018.
Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen Starting Point Guides are intended as a general introduction and guide to different aspects of Guernsey law.
Ogier
Stress can be both the cause of, and a symptom of, problems in the workplace that can give rise to claims both in the Employment Tribunal and the Royal Court...
Ogier
Workplace stress is often a trigger for employment disputes and claims – and better stress management can help to prevent time-consuming, costly and reputationally damaging conflict.
Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen Starting Point Guides are intended as a general introduction and guide to different aspects of Guernsey law.
Walkers
The Guernsey Employment Tribunal has recently considered a case involving allegations of gross misconduct. This article considers the case and what can be learnt from the Tribunal's approach.
Walkers
This memorandum considers the requirements for a fair investigation as part of a disciplinary process at work, including what amounts to a reasonable investigation, the different roles ...
Walkers
Employers are frequently uncertain whether they can lawfully suspend an employee when a potential gross misconduct issue first comes to light.
Carey Olsen
High-profile cases in the international media relating to improper or inappropriate workplace conduct highlight the vital importance of individuals and organisations ensuring that they act with integrity in all aspects...
Ogier
What started with complaints against an Oscar-winning movie producer has led to a movement that has toppled government ministers, reduced much-loved figures from the entertainment world to pariahs...
Carey Olsen
Although the Jersey tax approval regime was amended substantially with effect from 1 January 2015, the Finance (2018 Budget) (Jersey) Law (the " Budget Law")...
Carey Olsen
In June 2017 Guernsey announced plans to introduce a new regulatory framework for the provision of pensions and pension services.
Walkers
With 2017 nearly half way gone, we look back over the events of the last 12 months and ahead to what is coming up in the next year in employment law in the Channel Islands.
Carey Olsen
As of today employers can see the policies which will apply under Guernsey's new population management regime. These come into effect on 3 April 2017
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GuernseyFinance
Pension schemes face a range of risks and trustees should understand and manage those risks. Risks for most schemes cover a range of challenges such as market risk, counterparty risk
Walkers
While most of Guernsey's new data protection law took effect last year, there were a few parts that that had a grace period until 25 May 2019.
Ogier
Workplace stress is often a trigger for employment disputes and claims – and better stress management can help to prevent time-consuming, costly and reputationally damaging conflict.
Carey Olsen
Please find below our Employment and pensions updater for December 2018.
Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen Starting Point Guides are intended as a general introduction and guide to different aspects of Guernsey law.
Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen Starting Point Guides are intended as a general introduction and guide to different aspects of Guernsey law.
Carey Olsen
Employers have a responsibility to ensure they create a culture within their organisation that calls out and challenges 'rogue' employees if they want to prevent the potential fallout from bad behaviour in the workplace.
Appleby
It was over 5 years ago that the States of Guernsey passed its disability strategy, with promises that work on drafting a new equality ordinance would take place in 2014.
Walkers
The Guernsey Employment Tribunal has recently considered a case involving allegations of gross misconduct. This article considers the case and what can be learnt from the Tribunal's approach.
Ogier
Stress can be both the cause of, and a symptom of, problems in the workplace that can give rise to claims both in the Employment Tribunal and the Royal Court...
Carey Olsen
In June 2017 Guernsey announced plans to introduce a new regulatory framework for the provision of pensions and pension services.
Walkers
Employers are frequently uncertain whether they can lawfully suspend an employee when a potential gross misconduct issue first comes to light.
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