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Is Your Home A Place Of Employment? Advice For Jersey Homeowners
It is believed that Queen Elizabeth II employs more than 1,000 people in her household. Of Buckingham Palace's 775 rooms, 188 are staff bedrooms. That the Queen and Prince Philip
Jersey
26 Aug 2019
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Jersey Employers Should Not Be Surprised By Minimum Wage Rise Proposals
The Employment Forum has recommended a significant rise in Jersey's minimum wage.
Jersey
5 Oct 2018
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From Roman Stoics To UK Case Law – Lessons On Stress Management
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.
Guernsey
4 Sep 2018
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Employers Should Prepare For Extended Maternity Leave Reforms Effective From September
Extended maternity and paternity leave provision comes into force from the start of next month and employers need to have updated handbooks, policies and contracts in time for the change.
Jersey
24 Aug 2018
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Pimlico Gig Economy Ruling And Implications For Channel Islands Employers
A long-running court battle over the "gig economy" has ended with the UK Supreme Court upholding self-employed workers' rights – and may have knock-on effects in the Channel Islands.
Jersey
18 Jun 2018
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Health Records, Criminal Convictions And Social Media – What Your HR Team Need To Know About GDPR
All of a sudden, data is big news. Headline after headline in the mainstream media is being generated by the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica story, fuelled by drip-fed revelations, ...
Guernsey
11 May 2018
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At A Glance Guide To Jersey Family Friendly Laws
Increases to maternity leave and new rights to flexible working will come into force in September following the agreement by the States of Jersey to enact the new laws.
Jersey
28 Mar 2018
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Islanders On "Exclusive Zero Hour Contracts" Can Look To Court For Protection Until Law Reform Completed
Islanders on "exclusive zero hours contracts" may be able to rely on the protection of the Royal Court until changes to employment laws which were agreed in principle by the States...
Jersey
2 Dec 2016
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Halloween Horror Stories From Ogier's Employment Law Team
Werewolves. Zombies. Vampires. They may be scary, but we've got something even scarier - the most terrifying, nerve-tingling, stomach-churning employment law horror stories that you can imagine.
Jersey
8 Nov 2016
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The FA, Sam Allardyce And The Telegraph – What Employers Need To Know
When an organisation holds itself to higher standards of behaviour and propriety, it can require its employees to do the same.
Jersey
30 Sep 2016
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Time To Say Goodbye: Our Employment Team Advise On The Best Ways To Terminate Employment
The termination of an employment contract is often described as being like a divorce if things don't go well; particularly so when post termination restrictions are involved.
Jersey
12 May 2016
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Out Of Time, But A Timely Reminder
On 31 July the latest HMRC Settlement Opportunity came to a close.
Jersey
5 Oct 2015
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Employment Update July 2015 - Family Friendly Rights And Sex Discrimination
On 1 September 2015 statutory provisions will come into force, for the first time in Jersey, which grant employees family friendly rights including maternity leave, paternity leave and the right to request flexible working.
Jersey
28 Jul 2015
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Notes From A Few Small Islands
Huw Thomas and Matthew Thompson of Ogier provide an employment law perspective from the jurisdictions of Jersey, Guernsey and the Cayman Islands.
Jersey
19 Jul 2006
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