Guarantee payments FAQs

In the UK it is a statutory payment made to employees who are not provided with work throughout a day during which they would normally be required to work under their terms of employment. Jersey Law makes no provision for such payments, although individual terms of employment may make some such provisions.

What is a guarantee payment?

In the UK it is a statutory payment made to employees who are not provided with work throughout a day during which they would normally be required to work under their terms of employment. Jersey Law makes no provision for such payments, although individual terms of employment may make some such provisions.

How much is a guarantee payment?

In Jersey, the amount of such payment, if any, will depend upon the terms of employment that exists between employer and employee. If included in a contract it should normally be reviewed on a regular basis, in line with pay reviews.

Does the payment of guarantee pay give the employer the automatic right to lay an employee off?

In Jersey, the amount of such payment, if any, will depend upon the terms of employment that exists between employer and employee. If included in a contract it should normally be reviewed on a regular basis, in line with pay reviews.

March 2015

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