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 […]

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 […]

Bisson v Condor

In Jersey’s first ruling under the new sex discrimination law, a Tribunal found Condor Ferries discriminated against a transgender person. Ms Erin Bisson, a trans woman (i.e. a person who […]

Marques v Channel Architects Limited t/a BDK Architects

Mr Marques resigned his position from BDK Architects claiming constructive unfair dismissal and breach of contract. His former employer counter-claimed for notice monies and training costs. The case illustrates well […]

Tribunal roundup

Please note one of these cases (the Guernsey one) uses explicit language (reported from the judgement). Therefore, please do not read this if the use of explicit language offends 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 […]

Employment Law Issues Won’t go Away

Employment Law has come a long way in the 100 years the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (“CIPD”) has been in existence. However, in Jersey, the majority of the […]