What better way to start the year than by giving you a quick
recap of the significant changes of last year, with a quick
run-through of what to expect over the next 12 months in our
succinctly produced "Employment Milestones" table.
Also, just a little note to let you know that our Guernsey
Spring Breakfast Series will shortly be underway. This season our
focus will be on mental health in the workplace and we are
delighted to be joined by Emily Litten of Guernsey Mind to share
her wisdom and expertise with us. An invite will be sent out
Emma Parr will also appear as a guest panellist at Autism
Guernsey's event on Tuesday 24 February. This one-off event
aims to highlight the existence of autism in the Bailiwick,
together with the importance of addressing this disability in the
The event will consist of a diverse panel, featuring Andy Graham
(Director of Autism Guernsey), our own Emma Parr (Head of
Employment Law at Collas Crill), Helen Hubbard (HR Manager at
Generali) and Tom Moore an adult living with autism. The panel,
Chaired by Emma Anderson from Orchard PR, will gather together to
consider how workplaces can adapt in order to offer greater
opportunities to those suffering with autism and what implications
this may have for your business, particularly in light of the
proposed disability discrimination legislation due to come into
force in 2016.
For more information about the Autism in the Workplace Panel
click here or email email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Employment Milestones table shows what developments arose
throughout the Channel Islands and the UK during 2014, and what
changes may be in store in the months ahead. Unsurprisingly (many
of us would say), little is forecast for Guernsey but there will be
plenty to keep Jersey and UK employers busy for the foreseeable
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