Have a Holly, Jolly, Inclusive Christmas Party this Season
By now you have probably been invited to a number of Christmas parties, some invites may be more welcome than others, but undoubtedly attending a party is much less of […]
Tribunal judgments stick, like high heels in an escape slide
By Kelly Flageul, Managing Director To say that Condor has been plying choppy waters for the past year is a serious understatement. To list their woes since the Liberation joined […]
Has the new sex discrimination law killed the Christmas party?
BBC Radio Jersey interview with Sharon Peacock, Technical Director:
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 […]
Discrimination online clinic update
Discrimination – what does it mean to you? Our innovative and free online clinic answered your questions On 1 September new regulations will come into force that extend the scope […]
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, […]
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 […]