Ms Kate Morel

Kate Morel

Updates

Employment & Immigration

Proposed annual leave increase and daily rest breaks for employees
Jersey | 28 April 2021

From January 2022, additional employment rights are expected to be introduced for employees in Jersey. The proposals would require employers to provide at least three weeks' paid annual leave and a 15-minute rest break in any work period of six hours or more. Jersey's Employment Forum presented a report to the social security minister following public consultation in late 2019 and early 2020, which made a number of recommendations.

COVID-19: considerations for employers in Channel Islands
International | 25 March 2020

Although there is a host of good coronavirus (COVID-19) advice available on hygiene practices and travelling to affected areas, there are some issues which employers might not have considered. This article examines key considerations for employers in the Channel Islands with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic, including as regards sick pay and procedures, data protection and employees who are unable to work.

Private Client & Offshore Services

Proposed annual leave increase and daily rest breaks for employees
Jersey | 22 April 2021

From January 2022, additional employment rights are expected to be introduced for employees in Jersey. The proposals would require employers to provide at least three weeks' paid annual leave and a 15-minute rest break in any work period of six hours or more. Jersey's Employment Forum presented a report to the social security minister following public consultation in late 2019 and early 2020, which made a number of recommendations.

Accessible premises and disability discrimination
Jersey | 08 October 2020

Jersey's discrimination legislation was recently extended so that businesses, service providers and those managing and letting premises must take reasonable steps to avoid disadvantaging people with disabilities in relation to the accessibility of their premises. This law change is for the benefit of employees, customers, clients and tenants, but it also means that businesses and premises will be more accessible to the thousands of people in Jersey who have a disability.

COVID-19: considerations for employers in Channel Islands
International | 19 March 2020

Although there is a host of good coronavirus (COVID-19) advice available on hygiene practices and travelling to affected areas, there are some issues which employers might not have considered. This article examines key considerations for employers in the Channel Islands with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic, including as regards sick pay and procedures, data protection and employees who are unable to work.