Working as a pensions lawyer in both Jersey and Guernsey, Carey Olsen's Julie Currie is perfectly placed to provide an insight into the pensions industry in each of the islands.
The CJEU relied on previous case law which has established that Directive 2000/78 is capable of applying to public statements made in relation to a particular recruitment policy...
The Jersey Employment Tribunal (the Tribunal) in David Slater v Consolidated Minerals sought to consider an interesting question concerning discovery.
The COVID-19 (Screening, Assessment and Isolation) (Jersey) Regulations 2020 require anyone who arrives in Jersey and has been in an infected area within 14 days preceding their arrival...
The wage supplement scheme introduced by the Maltese government in March categorised businesses into Annex A and Annex B according to their NACE code.
The Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation has held that linking the term of an employment contract to a service agreement with a customer is unlawful.
A company was declared bankrupt and some employees were dismissed, due to the liquidation of the company. Employees considered their dismissal unlawful and applied to the court.
Kilic Cayli & Partners
What procedure must be followed for native natural or legal entities to use the work experience certificates they obtained from abroad in Turkey?
Clyde & Co
There has been little change in the number of black workers in senior professional roles since 2014, according to a new report from Business in the Community, a business-led membership...
During June, the Pensions Regulator (the "Regulator") updated various pieces of guidance that it had produced to help trustees and sponsoring employers deal with COVID-19.
The Pensions Regulator ("tPR") has published guidance which provides an interim framework for regulation of superfunds, prior to a statutory framework being put in place.
We consider the ICO's guidance for organisations conducting testing of employees and provides practical advice for complying with data protection law.
During DMH Stallard's Employment Team webinar, the team examined the practical issues faced by employers when managing disciplinary and grievance matters with a remote workforce, particularly when those key to the process have been furloughed.
When collective consultation obligations arise Establishment issues and dealing with home workers.
In this webinar our Employment team review the changes to the furlough scheme, which are due to take effect from the end of July and are likely to have a considerable influence in...
Changes to how hearings are run, particularly in the context of the use of new technology; New expectations on the parties and their advisors when dealing with vulnerable parties;
The latest Treasury Direction for the furlough scheme, updated on 26 June 2020, could modify the effect of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Martin Chitty provides an overview of what is a redundancy and who is redundant post Covid-19; how to avoid the pitfalls and de-risk your process in right-sizing.
In this episode, Beth Brown talks about some changes introduced by the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 which are relevant to the pensions industry.
The Presidents of the Employment Tribunals in England, Wales and Scotland have confirmed that from Monday (23 March 2020) no physical employment tribunal hearings will take place.