New Packages for Small Business

As lockdown has now lifted, many businesses are largely open but faced with an uncertain and challenging winter. In the early stages of lockdown, Law At Work provided many organisations […]

Family Friendly Rights Updated

Now that businesses are starting to reopen their doors, employers have had to conduct risk assessments and update health & safety policies to include Covid-19 regulations. While this transition back […]

Display Screen Equipment Training

With the home now becoming a workplace for many, and likely to remain so for at least a month, employers are reminded that their duty to protect the health and […]

Keeping a Handle on Your Mental Health at Work

Once reaching adulthood, much of the ‘life you lead’ is spent at work, so it’s no surprise that this can have a huge influence over your well-being. Employment presents many […]

New year, new job?

As we get off to a flying start in 2019, LAW is seeking new team members to flourish within our expansion plans. We are looking to appoint for the following […]

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 […]

Law At Work appoints new director

Law At Work has appointed Lorna Pestana as a Director. Mrs Pestana, who is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), has over 20 years’ […]

Employing children in Jersey – Qs and As

Thank you to everyone who sent in questions for our online clinic on employing children. Here is a summary of the questions and answers: Should a company conduct an interview […]

Employment Law Update

2016 has been a busy year for changes to our main employment law, the introduction of new laws, including age discrimination, and decisions as to new law to come into […]

Mothers At Work Online Clinic

Thank you to everyone who asked a question this morning. We had an interesting mix. Here is a summary of the questions and answers: From @NickCrolla: What rights do fathers […]

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. […]

The death of office banter?

“Are jokes now banned in the office?”: one of the most common questions we hear when we’re training people in the new Discrimination Law in Jersey. There is a real fear […]

HR is pink and fluffy? I don’t think so!

Andrea Amy tells us: why HR is no longer the pink and fluffy discipline but central to business strategy How things have changed! When I first started in HR two decades […]

Understanding Amendment 8

Stephanie Costford explains: the new provisions and law from a HR perspective Amendment 8 to the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003 came into force on 1 September 2015. It came in at […]

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 […]

Yom Kippur and the workplace

In keeping with previous posts on festivals for world religions, here’s another for you in relation to Yom Kippur for those clients who have Jewish employees. Even if you are not interested […]

Returning graduates

Stephanie Costford, HR Business Manager at Law at Work, tells us why returning graduates need more challenging work than the photocopying. Graduates return to the Island excited, driven and with a desire for […]