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Bad-Faith Warnings Are "Inappropriate Short Cuts" Court Of Appeal Warns!
We are commonly asked by employers whether an employee's existing disciplinary sanction can be taken into account in subsequent disciplinary processes for unrelated events.
Guernsey
26 May 2015
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Discrimination - Should You Ever Sue The Boss?
This is a question that former firearms officer Carol Howard may wish she had asked herself before embarking on a sex and race discrimination claim.
Guernsey
14 Oct 2014
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When Does A Mental Impairment Impact On A Tribunal’s Overriding Objective?
This is an interesting question that London’s Employment Appeal Tribunal recently faced.
Guernsey
22 Sep 2014
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Employment And Pensions News - September 2014
With summer almost over, many of you are probably wondering what there is to look forward to next.
Guernsey
22 Sep 2014
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Restrictive Covenants: It's All Down To The Drafting
We become involved in restrictive covenants, more often than not, only after the issue has become contentious.
Guernsey
21 Aug 2014
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Are You Paying The National Minimum Wage? If Not, Take Heed Of Guernsey Employment Tribunal Case That Serves As Warning To All Employers
Despite the implementation of The Minimum Wage (Guernsey) Law over four years ago, it is alarming to see that some Guernsey employers still haven’t woken up to the reality that employees must be paid a minimum hourly rate.
Guernsey
14 Mar 2014
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Is "Freshen Up" The New Euphemism For Ageism?
Yes, according to the eccentric former Channel 4 racing pundit, John McCririck now aged 73.
Guernsey
12 Nov 2013
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Is "Freshen Up" The New Euphemism For Ageism?
Yes, according to the eccentric former Channel 4 racing pundit, John McCririck now aged 73.
Guernsey
11 Nov 2013
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Staff Handbook - So What?
Whilst the existence of a Staff Handbook is certainly an essential tool for employers, there is little benefit in having a manual if it is simply going to remain on your shelf gathering dust.
Guernsey
27 Sep 2013
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Sex In The City… As Long As You Don’t Get Pregnant!
This latest decision is relevant for any employer; it sends a strong message that the rights of pregnant women in the workplace must be respected, whatever the nature of the work and whatever the status of the employee.
Guernsey
23 Jul 2013
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Can Employees In Guernsey Contribute To Their Own Dismissal?
Colette Hunt’s article When might an employee be found to have contributed to their own dismissal?
Guernsey
27 Sep 2012
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Unreported Bullying - Is This Tantamount To Dismissal?
Whether or not unreported bullying is tantamount to dismissal was the question recently faced by Guernsey’s Employment Tribunal; the answer was a resounding "no".
Guernsey
30 Aug 2012
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When Is A Worker An Employee For The Purposes Of Employee Status? An End To The Confusion Is In Sight.
In last week’s English Court of Appeal decision in The Hospital Medical Group v Westwood (2012) the employee v non-employee theory was yet again put to the test.
Guernsey
6 Aug 2012
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Redundancy: A Cost Cutting Exercise Or A Costly Mistake?
Emma Parr reviews a recent Guernsey Employment Tribunal ruling that demonstrates how vital it is for employers to ensure their selection pool is correctly identified, selection criteria are objective and verifiable and that the consultation process should be genuine.
Guernsey
7 Jun 2012
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Looking Back At A Year Of Cost Cutting And Redundancies For Island Employers
The economic climate in 2011 certainly kept Collas Crill’s employment department busy; many reputable employers were forced to make redundancies as a cost-cutting exercise.
Guernsey
6 Feb 2012
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The UK’s Plans To Reduce Employment Tribunal Claims - A Genuine Attempt Or A Desperate Measure?
From 6 April 2012, an employee will be required to have two years’ continuous employment (the qualifying period) before being eligible to bring a claim for unfair dismissal before the UK Employment Tribunals.
Guernsey
21 Nov 2011
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There May Be A Detriment, But Is There A Loss?
This was the all important question asked recently in England’s Court of Appeal.
Guernsey
21 Nov 2011
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Are You Acting Within The 'Band Of Reasonable Responses’?
In a recent decision Guernsey’s Employment and Discrimination Tribunal dismissed an applicant’s claim for unfair dismissal and held that the respondent employer had acted reasonably in treating the applicant’s misconduct as a sufficient reason for his dismissal.
Guernsey
19 Jul 2011
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