Advice if snow arrives this week

The Jersey Met Office is forecasting that snow showers could arrive on Tuesday. With the prospect of the Island grinding to a halt, Law At Work Director Richard Plaster explains […]

One gig that is not for one night only

If you’ve heard of Uber and Airbnb, you’ve probably heard of the ‘gig economy’ – a paradigm shift taking place as the modern workplace transforms to accommodate the preferences of […]

Is a Secret Santa worth the risk?

Secret Santa has become a much loved and accepted office tradition, but that doesn’t mean that everyone wants to participate or has the financial means to do so. Also, some […]

A Very Legal and Safe Christmas Party to All!

  ‘Tis the season of madness again and, for employers, there is so much that can go wrong from employees injuring themselves putting up the office decorations, to staffing shortages […]

Focus on… Mothers At Work

Focus on… Mothers At Work This course is designed for the employer who has to manage pregnant workers, those on maternity leave and/or employees who are primary carers to children. […]

Focus on… Seasonal Issues course

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 […]

Flexible working online clinic update

Did you know that staff who have unpaid caring responsibilities for anyone, including children and the elderly (whether related to them or not), now have the legal right to request […]

Attire and attitude

Heidi Gibaut, Executive Director at Law at Work, tells us why ‘attire and attitude’ are essential when you’re going for your dream role. In today’s uncertain economy and overcrowded job […]

The start of Ramadan

Employers mustn’t forget race discrimination in amongst all the talk about the new sex discrimination law! So, in keeping with previous posts on festivals for world religions, here’s another for you […]

Tribunal roundup

Saunders v J M & K S Limited t/a Salon 7 Hair – HELD This was a claim for unpaid wages. In essence, it was a dispute about the terms […]

Discrimination: Are You Ready?

Friday 15 August 2014: JEP report on our Breakfast Briefing Business leaders advised to make staff training ‘an absolute must’ in order to be protected. For more information, please call […]

Anti-Discrimination Training Lesson 1: Eid-ul-Fitr

As part of less formal ongoing race discrimination training, we thought we’d produce some bulletins on other races and their employment/goods and services requirements for our clients. So, lesson 1 is about the festival […]

Celebrating a Decade of Advisory Excellence

Law At Work, the Channel Islands’ employment relations specialists, marked its 10th anniversary of advising Channel Island businesses in the fields of employment rights, human resources, and health and safety, […]

Press Release: New Maternity Law (Jersey)

Heidi Gibaut, Executive Director at Jersey’s leading employment relations specialists Law At Work, said: “This new law will be welcomed by those wishing to start a family, however, the pressure […]

Discrimination: in Black and White

How does one concise into a bite-size article the imminent iceberg of anti-discrimination law (or to give it its official title, the Discrimination (Jersey) Law 2013) that is to become […]