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A Week In The Life Of Phoebe Harwood
My name is Phoebe Harwood, I'm 19 and was born in the Isle of Man. Last year, after finishing sixth form, I applied for the Marketing Apprenticeship being offered by Appleby in collaboration...
Isle of Man
14 Aug 2018
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Getting To Know The Locals - An Overview Of Legal And Regulatory Factors For Businesses In Jersey
Over the last 12 months, we have advised a number of clients on sales and acquisitions of Jersey businesses and we have recently seen a number of high profile moves by hedge funds and other businesses...
Jersey
10 Feb 2016
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Bermuda Human Rights Act Protects All Employees When Considering Promotions
A Supreme Court decision handed down on Monday is a stark reminder that employers should tread very carefully when promoting employees.
Bermuda
30 Nov 2015
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Employment Tribunal Remedies For Unfair Dismissal
The Employment Act 2000 (the Act) promotes the fair treatment of both employers and employees in Bermuda by establishing minimum employment standards and enforcing those standards...
Bermuda
11 May 2015
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Incentives For Job Makers Act 2013: Ministry Of Home Affairs Increases Transparency While Making Bermuda A More Attractive Place To Do Business For Employers
Under the Incentives for Job Makers Act 2013, employers can apply to the Minister of Home Affairs to obtain the concession of having their senior executives...
Bermuda
13 Apr 2015
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Changes To Bermuda Work Permit Policies Effective December 2014
Bermuda's Ministry of Home Affairs issued for consultation in October 2014 proposed changes to the Work Permit Policy to be made effective 1 March 2015.
Bermuda
4 Mar 2015
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Pensions: What’s New?
Pensions may be an issue of old, but at least the regulations have been brought into the 21st century!
Isle of Man
15 Oct 2014
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Bermuda Labour Judgment: Employees Have Increased Bargaining Power
The Supreme Court of Bermuda (the Court) has handed down a landmark labour judgment with immediate ramifications for employers dealing with employee complaints under the Employment Act 2000 (the Act).
Bermuda
9 Jan 2014
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Scope Of Civil Rights Expanded By Recent Amendment
Bermuda's Parliament approved a number of changes to the Human Rights Act 1981 ("the Act") in August, the most notable being the addition of sexual orientation to the list of defined characteristics protected from unlawful discrimination.
Bermuda
24 Dec 2013
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I Am Not A... Letter?
The Control of Housing and Work Law 2012 will shortly be brought into force and this will mean a change in the rules on residency, with the aim of making them clearer and fairer.
Jersey
5 Apr 2013
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How Firms Can Implement A Social Media Policy
A company can reduce its risk in this area by adopting clear social media policies and treating social media misconduct in exactly the same manner as any other misconduct.
Bermuda
28 Jan 2013
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Home-Working A Privilege Not A Right In Bermuda
The concept of employees working from home is not a new phenomenon but the trend is expanding rapidly worldwide – and could start taking root here in Bermuda.
Bermuda
12 Sep 2012
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Managing Your Productivity During A Summer Of Sport
As many employers know, the Olympic Games start on July 27.
Worldwide
28 May 2012
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Mediation The Best Course In Employment Disputes
There can be little worse, in the employment context, than a dispute between an employer and employee.
Bermuda
27 Feb 2012
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A Pensions Loophole
Pension rights are very often an important marital resource which should be given careful consideration by any divorcing couple.
Cayman Islands
10 Jan 2012
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A Pension Loophole
Pension rights are very often an important marital resource which should be given careful consideration by any divorcing couple.
Isle of Man
9 Jan 2012
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New Act Gives Clarity To Protection For The Disabled
Bermuda’s human rights legislation has always provided disabled persons with protection from discrimination.
Bermuda
25 Oct 2011
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New Redundancy Legislation In Jersey
For the first time Jersey will be introducing legislation which makes provision for the protection of employees in redundancy situations.
Jersey
6 Jan 2010
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My Word Is My Payment In
The recent case of “Cole - v - Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police” [2008] JRC 191 held that the courts in Jersey ought to attach weight to an offer of settlement when deciding the issue of costs, even if such offer was not fortified by a payment in.
Jersey
11 Feb 2009
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Damages For Hurt Feelings
The Royal Court recently sat in the case of Cole v. Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police [2007] JRC 240. The Plaintiff succeeded in the tort of misuse of private information (sometimes also described as breach of confidence).
Jersey
11 Jun 2008
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