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 […]

IOSH Working Safely

Working Safely is for people at any level, in any sector, that need an understanding of the essentials of health and safety. Everyone should have an understanding of why they must […]

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. […]

Working at Height course

As part of the Work at Height Regulations 2005, those involved in work at height must be competent (or, if being trained, supervised by a competent person). The concept for […]

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 […]

Press Release: New Maternity Law (Jersey)

Heidi Gibaut, Executive Director at Jersey’s leading employment relations specialists Law At Work, said: “This new law will be welcomed by those wishing to start a family, however, the pressure […]