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The recently published 2016 annual report of the Jersey Employment and Discrimination Tribunal (JEDT) gives us a good idea... Firstly, complaints relating to discrimination are on the rise with a 192% increase in the number of discrimination complaints (from 12 to 35). Of those...

Who is likely to go to an Employment Tribunal and for what reason?

The recently published 2016 annual report of the Jersey Employment and Discrimination Tribunal (JEDT) gives us a good idea... Firstly, complaints relating to discrimination are on the rise with a 192% increase in the number of discrimination complaints (from 12 to 35). Of those...

A recent judgment of the Jersey Employment and Discrimination Tribunal seeks to find clarity in an all-too-common workplace situation: when emotion prevails, tempers fray and an employee resigns on the spot. In the judgment, we read how an employee resigned and then took his...

Dealing with ‘the heat of the moment’

A recent judgment of the Jersey Employment and Discrimination Tribunal seeks to find clarity in an all-too-common workplace situation: when emotion prevails, tempers fray and an employee resigns on the spot. In the judgment, we read how an employee resigned and then took his...

We promised that we would return to the subject of the States of Jersey’s Family Friendly Review that was carried out earlier this year. One of the proposals relates to extending the right to request flexible working to all employees, not just those with caring...

Do flexible working rights need to be extended?

We promised that we would return to the subject of the States of Jersey’s Family Friendly Review that was carried out earlier this year. One of the proposals relates to extending the right to request flexible working to all employees, not just those with caring...