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Changes To The Guernsey Maternity Leave And Adoption Leave Ordinance
Have you updated your staff handbook and procedures to reflect the new maternity and adoption provisions?
Guernsey
9 May 2016
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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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Employment & Pensions Newsletter - January 2015
Welcome to this, our first edition for 2015! What better way to start the year than by giving you a quick recap of the significant changes of last year.
Guernsey
3 Feb 2015
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Redundancy Versus Maternity - Is There A Winner?
We are often asked by Channel Island employers embarking on a redundancy or restructuring process whether they have an obligation to offer an alternative role to an employee who is on maternity leave.
Guernsey
30 Dec 2014
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Employment & Pensions News December 2014
Welcome to this year's final edition of the Employment & Pensions newsletter.
Guernsey
19 Dec 2014
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Are You A Flexible Employer?
Are you aware of the latest changes in employment law to hit the UK economy and, if so, are you prepared to follow suit?
Guernsey
17 Jul 2014
7
Personal Emails In The Office – The Offside Rule Explained
It came as quite a shock for a sexist exchange to take place between the FA’s Chief Executive, Richard Scudamore, and another, and for it to be made public.
Guernsey
25 Jun 2014
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Employment Law: What’s New In The UK?
The Government has set out its draft statutory Code of Practice for employers on avoiding unlawful discrimination whilst preventing illegal working.
UK
9 May 2014
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Shared Parental Leave For The UK While Guernsey Struggles With The Concept Of Maternity Leave
Guernsey has again pushed back its review of proposed Maternity Leave provisions for another year.
Guernsey
15 Apr 2014
10
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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Restrictive Covenants
New year, new job.
Guernsey
13 Feb 2014
12
Transfer Of Undertakings (Protection Of Employment) Regulations - Is It Long Overdue In The Channel Islands?
With the long-running saga between Unite and CT Plus set to continue for the time-being, there are more and more calls upon both Guernsey and Jersey States' Ministers to give the matter serious thought going forwards.
Jersey
10 May 2013
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Restrictive Covenants - Enforceable At Any Level?
This question was recently considered by the English High Court and while many of us are a little disappointed that the issue has not yet finally been determined, the Court has thankfully provided a little more guidance to point employers in the right direction.
Guernsey
7 Nov 2012
14
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
15
Good Friday UK Employment Law Reforms Mean A Happy Easter For Employers
Last November we announced that the UK Government was proposing employment law reforms – those reforms are now in force.
Guernsey
1 May 2012
16
Guernsey’s New Maternity Provisions… Your Questions Answered?
For avid readers of this newsletter, you may recall my earlier article which discussed proposals for Jersey’s new maternity provisions.
Guernsey
7 Mar 2012
17
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
18
Surviving The Festive Season - An Employer’s Guide
With office parties, hangovers, absenteeism and sick leave all on the increase, it is important for employers to remember that with effective handling and management from the outset, this time of year can be one to remember and not one to forget…
Guernsey
15 Dec 2011
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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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