Employment Law Updater: code of practice on disciplinary and grievance issues
A revised code of practice (the ‘2014 Code’) will replace the existing 2007 code of practice concerning disciplinary and grievance procedures in Jersey. This will come into force on 1 April 2014.
Breach of the code of practice does not of itself amount to a breach of the law, but the code of practice will be taken into account by a court or tribunal when determining whether there has been a breach of the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003.
The 2014 Code is divided into Part 1 (disciplinary) and Part 2 (grievances). For the purposes of this note, Carey Olsen has focused on Part 1…
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