Start of season special offers



Focus on… Seasonal Issues

This course is designed for the employer who has to manage seasonal workers. It will cover the employment issues that arise from those working for a fixed term during your busiest period.

The 2½ hour classroom course covers:

  • Licensing issues including seasonal workers;
  • Contractual hot topics including new favourable law on fixed term contracts, zero hours workers and adverse changes for workers on fewer than 8 hours;
  • Changes to rest periods;
  • Issues arising out of employee accommodation.

Let us give you the information you require for your season to run as smoothly and as risk free as possible.

Date: 18 April 2016
Time: 9.00-11.30am
Venue: The Institute of Law, Seale Street
Price: £90 per person

Start of season special offer

A major new employment issue that also affects your industry is Jersey’s discrimination law. This is such a large piece of legislation that we cover it separately.

For the start of the season, we are offering you 1 free online training licence for any of our eLearning discrimination courses (see below) when you purchase a place on our Focus on… Seasonal Issues course.

Discrimination law training

Do your employees know that they may not discriminate in the workplace on the grounds of race or sex (and related characteristics) without risking a personal liability of £10,000 for each infraction of the law? And that liability can be fixed on the
business unless you have taken steps to prevent discrimination? Training your employees is one way to do this.

Law At Work offer classroom based training sessions on the discrimination law from £500 (+GST) for a three hour course.

We also offer the following online courses via our eLearning training that cost £15 per person per course:

  • Introduction to Discrimination
  • Race Discrimination
  • Sex Discrimination

To take advantage of the special offer or to discuss your training requirements, please call Cara on 887088 or email:
Please quote special offer code:

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