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Pride And 'Without Prejudice' - How Not To Exit An Employee
Whilst most employers these days have in place procedures to deal with underperforming employees, there is still the temptation to short cut the process and do a deal early on to avoid the pain and effort...
Guernsey
1 Jul 2016
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A Cautionary Tale During Bonus Season
This month many employers are currently going through the sometimes painful annual process of making bonus awards to tie in with year-end results.
Guernsey
30 Mar 2016
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Lessons To Be Learned From Dentist's Unfair Dismissal Case
In this case the Tribunal noted that it must look beyond the express terms of the contract towards the true factual situation between the parties in order to understand the status of the individual.
Isle of Man
10 Feb 2016
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Bermuda Human Rights Act Protects All Employees When Considering Promotions
A Supreme Court decision handed down on Monday is a stark reminder that employers should tread very carefully when promoting employees.
Bermuda
30 Nov 2015
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Employment Tribunal Remedies For Unfair Dismissal
The Employment Act 2000 (the Act) promotes the fair treatment of both employers and employees in Bermuda by establishing minimum employment standards and enforcing those standards...
Bermuda
11 May 2015
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Bermuda Labour Judgment: Employees Have Increased Bargaining Power
The Supreme Court of Bermuda (the Court) has handed down a landmark labour judgment with immediate ramifications for employers dealing with employee complaints under the Employment Act 2000 (the Act).
Bermuda
9 Jan 2014
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Mediation The Best Course In Employment Disputes
There can be little worse, in the employment context, than a dispute between an employer and employee.
Bermuda
27 Feb 2012
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My Word Is My Payment In
The recent case of “Cole - v - Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police” [2008] JRC 191 held that the courts in Jersey ought to attach weight to an offer of settlement when deciding the issue of costs, even if such offer was not fortified by a payment in.
Jersey
11 Feb 2009
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Damages For Hurt Feelings
The Royal Court recently sat in the case of Cole v. Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police [2007] JRC 240. The Plaintiff succeeded in the tort of misuse of private information (sometimes also described as breach of confidence).
Jersey
11 Jun 2008
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