Deena Jackson v Sinels Advocates (Jersey)

What was it about? Unfair dismissal, wrongful dismissal, and late provision of employment contract.   What was the outcome? The Tribunal determined that Sinels Advocates did undertake a reasonable investigation […]

Pallot v Jersey Heritage Trust (Jersey)

The claims in this case were for discrimination and automatic unfair dismissal. The Claimant was a driver for amphibious passenger vehicles that travel between West Park and Elizabeth Castle and […]

Gomes v Advanced Heating Limited (Jersey)

Mr Gomes was a plumbing and heating engineer who started work in June 2019. He brought forward claims for unfair dismissal, notice pay, no payslips, and discrimination. Over time, it […]

Allinson v Trinity Joinery Ltd (Jersey)

What was it about? Wrongful dismissal, bank holiday pay, minimum rest periods   What was the outcome? The wrongful dismissal claim was upheld as no notice was given contrary to […]

Bois v Langley Automatics Ltd (Jersey)

What was it about? Constructive unfair dismissal, wrongful dismissal, disability discrimination, unpaid wages, failure to provide employment particulars   What was the outcome? When considering the constructive unfair dismissal claim, […]

Manual Handling Training

This course is designed to prevent injury to anyone undertaking manual handling in the workplace.

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 […]

We’re going plastic free – are you?

Plastic Free Jersey is an initiative that brings together individuals, groups, businesses and organisations to reduce the amount of plastic we use. Surfers Against Sewage developed the scheme to tackle […]

It’s a Knockout 2018

LAW are entering a team in the It’s a Knockout Challenge being held at the Royal Jersey Showground, Trinity, Jersey on Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July 2018 in aid […]

Law At Work appoints HR Business Manager

Law At Work (“LAW”) – the Channel Islands’ leading human resources, employee relations and health and safety specialist – has appointed Pete Sims as HR Business Manager. Pete joins the […]

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 […]

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 […]

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’ […]

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 […]