A Brief Introduction about JACS
JACS is the employment relations service and is here to help employers, employees and trade unions work together for the prosperity of Jersey business and the benefit of employees.
JACS' independence is guaranteed by statute and the States of Jersey passed the Jersey Advisory and Conciliation (Jersey) Law in March 2003.
JACS is available to:
Employees whether long-term residents or newer arrivals
Trade union officials or representatives
Employers of any number of employees
JACS builds on the best traditions of the Island in a fast changing global economy.
JACS is at the forefront of explaining the changes taking place in the workplace.
In particular JACS helps explain the changes in both employment and discrimination law.
JACS is available to help:
- Provide answers to employment problems before they escalate
- Settle employment disputes between employer and employee or between employer and trade union through conciliation, mediation or arbitration
- Give impartial, professional advice on good employment practice
- Pass on reliable information about employment relations issues
- Provide answers to discrimination (in employment) matters
The information available on this website is designed to provide general information only. While every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, it does not constitute legal advice.
JACS cannot be held responsible for the contents of any pages referenced by an external link.
Overview of JACS
JACS was established by the former Employment and Social Security Committee as part of its employment legislation programme.
The JACS Commitment sets out the standards of service that users of JACS can expect.
JACS was established in April 2001 to promote the improvement of industrial relations in Jersey.
JACS Annual Reports
Each year we submit a report on the previous calendar year's activities to the Social Security Minister.
Guide to Conciliation
JACS provides a free service to help both employers and employees resolve differences between them concerning work issues.
Links and Downloads
A variety of links to other web sites which may be of interest.
Employment and Discrimination Advice & Guidance
All calls or personal visits are dealt with strictly in confidence.
Small Organisations: Outreach Service
In 2014 JACS launched an outreach advisory service to help small businesses comply with the requirements of the Employment Law.
A free and confidential service to help both employees and employers resolve differences between them.