Employment advice In Jersey

This part of our website contains information specifically intended for employees and employers in Jersey.

Best Practice for Employers

Guidelines, model policies & procedures and Codes of Practice.

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A free and confidential service to help both employees and employers resolve differences between them.

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Contractual Matters

The information in this section is based on good practice and the requirements of the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003.

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Discipline and grievances

This Code of Practice made under the Jersey Advisory and Conciliation (Jersey) Law 2003 has been revised.

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Discrimination, Bullying and Harassment

The Discrimination (Jersey) Law 2013 covers Race, Sex, Age and Disability.

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Health, work and wellbeing

Information concerning legal responsibilities, guidance on legislation and health and safety policies.

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Information regarding annual leave, rest periods, maternity.

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2018 Minimum wage

Information based on good practice and the requirements of the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003.

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Model Policies & Procedures

View various model policies or procedures that will help you to develop appropriate procedures for your organisation.

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The law in Jersey that relates directly to pay is contained within the Employment Law 2003.

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Redundancy and Lay Offs

Employers are recommended to develop a redundancy procedure  should it become necessary to consider such steps within their organisation.

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Trade Unions

The Employment Relations (Jersey) Law 2007  defines and regulates Trade Unions. Three Codes of Practice underpin the law.

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Constructive dismissal

Constructive dismissal occurs where an employee considers it is necessary to leave their job, because of their employer's conduct.

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Update on Family Friendly Rights

The Employment Forum have now released their recommendations.

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2019 Minimum Wage

This statement is intended to explain to employers and employees the principal requirements of the Law.

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