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Redundancy Agreement and a Fair Process of Selection (Model)

MODEL SECURITY OF EMPLOYMENT AND REDUNDANCY   This policy should be read in conjunction with the redundancy guidelines published by JACS    1. STATEMENT OF INTENT It is the Employer's intention to develop and expand the business activities of the organisation and in the course of this, provide a secure and stable work environment for its workforce.  It will plan its manpower requi......

Guide to Rehabilitation of Offenders (Jersey) Law 2001

This short statement is intended to explain to employers and employees the Rehabilitation of Offenders Law and Regulations insofar as they relate to employment.  It is not intended to cover all the requirements of the Regulations, nor does it represent a statement of the Law. It constitutes a guide only and detailed legal advice should be taken in relation to each individual situation. Any r......

Poor performance: Guide to help managers

Guidelines for dealing with poor performance Under the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003, poor performance may be a fair reason for dismissing an employee. As in all dismissals, an employer must demonstrate that he not only had a fair reason to dismiss, but that the dismissal was reasonable and followed a fair procedure. This guideline outlines the appropriate procedures to be followed in case......

11. Redundancy Procedure and Payments

Redundancy Procedure and Payments Guidance note 11 to the EMPLOYMENT (JERSEY) LAW 2003 incorporating Employment (Amendment Nos. 5, 6 and 7) (Jersey) Law 2012 This short statement is intended to explain to employers and employees the Redundancy rights which are set out in the new Part 6A of the Employment Law.  It is not intended to cover the requirements of the Law, nor does it represen......

Absence management and measurement

Absence measurement and management   These notes give introductory guidance. They: ·    highlight some of the main causes of absence ·    provide practical information on managing sickness absence effectively ·    outline the implications of legislation on managing absence Employee absence is a significant cost to businesses. Types of absence There are many reasons why pe......

Written Terms of Employment - Employment (Jersey) Law 2003

WRITTEN STATEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT PARTICULARS    This statement sets out, in accordance with the Part 2, Articles 3 to 9 of the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003, particulars of the main terms and conditions of employment. Employers should complete each section. notes are provided at the end of the model terms describing the requirements of the Law.  1. Name and address of employer:   2. N......

Terms and Conditions of Employment - Portuguese/English

CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT  CONTRATO DE TRABALHO Statement of the Main Terms of Employment. Declaração dos principais termos do contrato 1. Name and address of employer                      1. Nome e morada do empregador 2.Name and address of employee          2. Nome e morada do empregado           3. Job title                                                          ......

Redundancy FAQs

What is redundancy? In general terms, redundancy arises when :- the whole business closes down, or is expected to close down; the business closes down in a particular place, or is expected to close down; the requirements of the business for employees to carry out work of a particular kind cease or diminish because :- the business diminishes productivity increases the w......

Employment (Jersey) Law 2003

There is much that employers can do to ensure that their policies and procedures conform to good employment practice. Clarity of the employment contract is vital to ensure that unnecessary disputes do not arise. To help employers, JACS has produced a series of guidelines covering the main provisions and these can be accessed on the left. The law can be accessed in full here.   ......

Best Practice for Employers

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