Key Case Law Updates – By Elisabeth Chandler

Discrimination Although Jersey maintains autonomy from the UK as a Crown dependency, the ruling in the case against Condor Ferries regarding indirect and direct discrimination involving a transgender person is a warning to employers in the UK that they cannot assume they don’t have to do anything if they don’t have any employees who are… Continue reading

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The importance of client meetings – By Chris Roberts from Cast UK

There are many key aspects that make for a great recruitment partner; access to strong talent pools, leveraging of social media, CRM job tools, consistency and patience to name a few.   A client meeting is the one thing however that great recruiters insist on and it is fundamental to the recruitment process. Cast UK… Continue reading

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Businesses in distress – Top tips to help ease the strain

No business owner wants to consider what might happen if their business begins to fail, but having a contingency plan in place is a wise move for even the most buoyant, successful business.   Should the worst happen, it’s all too easy to lose focus. Having a clear and effective vision when the going gets… Continue reading

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Tell me no lies – By Eluned Ward

As there are headlines across the press predicting compensation of up to £750,000 million awarded to workers within the construction industry due to them being blacklisted which involved companies sharing information on applicants which was negative and subjective) , it again will make organisations nervous about providing references on ex- employees, following other cases where… Continue reading

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Go! – By Eluned Ward

Go, walk out the door but don’t go anywhere One of the concerns for a business when somebody leaves is whether the employee will set up in competition with them, solicit orders from their clients and entice employees to work for their new company.  The most common way for a company to stop this from… Continue reading

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