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With a population of around 90,000, Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands and has become a well-regarded international offshore financial centre, home to many major investment banks and finance houses.
Jersey is part of the British Isles but it is not part of the United Kingdom, nor is it a member of the European Union (EU). The Channel Islands have two main administrative units – known as Bailiwicks – of Jersey and Guernsey, which have their own administrative, fiscal and legal systems. Consequently, while there may be many similarities between employment law in Jersey and the UK, there are also some notable differences.
15 Jun 2015
An employee who discovered a draft document about proposed changes to the pension scheme on his employer’s shared drive and...
13 Jan 2014
While there may be many similarities between employment law in the UK and Jersey, there are also some notable differences. Jo Faragher explains.
26 Jun 2009
Some 200 jobs are to be axed by Lloyds Bank in the Channel islands and Isle of Man following a...
16 Jul 2008
In an effort to create a more efficient and effective annual performance appraisal process, Jersey Electricity Company have enlisted the...
12 Mar 2008
Children at a Jersey children’s home were locked up in solitary confinement an employment tribunal has heard.Former care home manager...
Unions to take whatever action is necessary after International Labour Organization expresses concern about the Jersey government’s Employment Relations Law
29 Jun 2007
Trade unions have pledged to do “whatever we need to do” to ensure employment law in Jersey, Channel Isles, is...
8 Nov 2004
Jersey workers face the worst employment laws in the Western world, according to the Transport and General Workers Union (T&G).Today...