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.
A free and confidential service to help both employees and employers resolve differences between them.
Contractual and Non Contractual
The information in this section is based on good practice and the requirements of the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003.
Discipline and grievances
This Code of Practice made under the Jersey Advisory and Conciliation (Jersey) Law 2003 has been revised.
Discrimination, Bullying and Harassment
The Discrimination (Jersey) Law 2013 covers Race, Sex, Age and Disability.
Health, work and wellbeing
Information concerning legal responsibilities, guidance on legislation and health and safety policies.
Holidays from 1 January 2022
Information regarding annual leave, rest periods, maternity.
2020 Minimum wage
Information based on good practice and the requirements of the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003.
Model Policies & Procedures
View various model policies or procedures that will help you to develop appropriate procedures for your organisation.
The law in Jersey that relates directly to pay is contained within the Employment Law 2003.
Lay Offs and Redundancy
Employers are recommended to develop a redundancy procedure should it become necessary to consider such steps within their organisation.
The Employment Relations (Jersey) Law 2007 defines and regulates Trade Unions. Three Codes of Practice underpin the law.
Constructive dismissal occurs where an employee considers it is necessary to leave their job, because of their employer's conduct.
2022 Minimum Wage Guidance Note
This statement is intended to explain to employers and employees the principal requirements of the Law.