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 […]

Age Discrimination: Quick Quiz

From 1 September 2016, Jersey has increased the protected characteristics covered by its discrimination law to include age. How much do you know about the new protections that have come […]

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 […]

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 […]

Breakfast Briefing update

Would you say that the expression, “she’s having a blonde moment,” was discriminatory? A packed audience for Law at Work’s (LAW) breakfast briefing at the Pomme d’Or this morning heard […]

Sex discrimination: are you up for it?!

The States of Jersey passed the second part of the island’s discrimination laws late yesterday afternoon. The Discrimination (Jersey) Law 2013 covers the protected characteristics of sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, […]

New family friendly law in Jersey

Amendments to employment legislation to be introduced in Jersey on 1 April 2015. With effect from 1 April 2015 (subject to States approval on 24 February), amendments described as minor changes […]