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Walkers
As World Menopause Month 2022 draws to a close we wanted to reflect on how the conversation around the menopause in the workplace has steadily gathered momentum.
Ogier
This year, the annual Spring bank holiday will take place on Thursday 2 June 2022 instead of the last Monday in May 2022. This will be followed by an extra public holiday on...
Walkers
The Channel Islands are well regulated jurisdictions, with rigorous and developed financial services regulation as well as strict anti-money laundering ("AML") and combating the financing of terrorism ("CFT") requirements.
Walkers
Market uncertainty due to the Global Pandemic has not held back the burgeoning global IPO market, which surged to a five year high in 2021 both in terms of funds raised and in the number of deals.
Walkers
Non-disclosure agreements ("NDAs") are not new and have been used in commercial agreements in the Channel Islands for many years.
Collas Crill
As far as we are aware, this is the first Employment Tribunal judgment which considers the issue of mandatory vaccination.
Guernsey
Ogier
The States of Deliberation (the States) approved the new Prevention of Discrimination (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2022 on 28 September. Employers will have a year to make any necessary preparations...
Walkers
Employment law specialist Devon Jenkins has joined Walkers' top-tier ranked Guernsey Employment Law Practice Group as an associate.
Walkers
New legislation to bring Guernsey into line with other jurisdictions on protecting Islanders from discrimination in and out of the workplace has been published, ahead of a planned States...
GuernseyFinance
Margaret Snowdon OBE, Chair of the UK Pensions Scams Industry Group (PISG), is a campaigner who has worked for many years to prevent pension scams, protect the interests of those affected by them...
Walkers
One of the buzz phrases of the moment is the "war for talent". Businesses in the Channel Islands are trying to attract and retain the best employees. It is clear is that there is an increasingly competitive labour market in...
Collas Crill
What happens if, as an employer, you want to make changes to your employees' terms and conditions of employment? Our employment law specialist Danielle Brouard
Collas Crill
Guernsey's new discrimination legislation looks set to impact many different areas of our lives.
Carey Olsen
The pandemic has given rise to an increasing number of requests from Guernsey-based organisations for advice on employment contract issues.
Collas Crill
Guernsey's new discrimination law is due to come into force later this year. The first phase of the legislation will provide legal protection against discrimination on grounds of race, disability, carer status...
Collas Crill
In September 2021, the Guernsey Competition and Regulatory Authority (GCRA) found that the Medical Specialist Group LLP (MSG) had breached Guernsey's competition law by including unduly broad...
Carey Olsen
Pension funds that operate defined benefit schemes are exposed to longevity risk; the risk that their pensioners live longer than predicted.
Collas Crill
As we enter the third year of the coronavirus pandemic, many employees have found themselves working from home once again. For some, this will be a short-term measure while infection rates remain high.
GuernseyFinance
Choosing the right jurisdiction in which to administer a pension plan is a key part of achieving good governance.
GuernseyFinance
The Guernsey Association of Pension Providers (GAPP) is continuing its leadership in the international retirement and saving plans space by announcing plans to work on an Environmental...
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