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Appleby
Like most offshore jurisdictions, the legal community in Guernsey is tightly knit, but traditionally very cautious when it comes to managing its reputation to the outside world...
Walkers
A case in the US courts involving the former CEO of McDonald's may appear to have very little to offer in the way of lessons for regulated financial services businesses in the Channel Islands.
Appleby
In 2003, a policy letter was approved which identified the need to introduce measures to tackle discrimination, including a comprehensive law.
Walkers
The menopause affects all women at some point in their lives - and increasingly, employers are becoming aware of it's implications on their workforces and their obligations to their people.
Carey Olsen
Employment law update March 2020 - is an update on employment law developments in the Channel Islands with speakers Huw Thomas, Tarina Le Boutillier and Lois Madden.
Carey Olsen
Guernsey employers need to ensure they are ready to face the challenges presented by proposals for new multi-ground anti-discrimination legislation and the introduction of an island-wide secondary pension scheme.
Walkers
Nearly half the attendees at Walkers' recent workplace culture conference were aware of sexual harassment incidents having taken place at their work.
Carey Olsen
Consultation is under way to introduce multi-ground discrimination legislation in Guernsey, yet one case shows that, at present
Walkers
Its immediate priority is to introduce protection on the grounds of disability including for carers of disabled people.
Walkers
We were delighted with the level of engagement that we had, with audiences growing progressively larger throughout the series, and some insightful discussions and questions from attendees.
Carey Olsen
The States of Guernsey have published Technical Draft Proposals, as well as a summary of those proposals, a proposed list of exceptions to the legislation,
Walkers
Although the Guernsey Discrimination Law is still taking shape and is unlikely to be in force until 2021, there are steps that Island employers should be considering at this early stage.
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.
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
Carey Olsen Starting Point Guides are intended as a general introduction and guide to different aspects of Guernsey law.
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...
Ogier
HR managers should bear in mind that complaints about Secret Santa gifts gone wrong can be made against the employer as well as the person who sent the gift ...
Walkers
Guernsey is a separate legal jurisdiction from the UK. It has its own employment laws and, due to its size, controls are in place regulating who can live and work in the Island.
Carey Olsen
From today the Maternity Leave and Adoption Leave Ordinance, 2016 comes into force.
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