Channel Islands’ employment relations specialists Law At Work is celebrating a decade of advising Channel Island businesses in the fields of employment rights, human resources, and health and safety.
It is marking its ten-year milestone by holding a series of briefings and training on the forthcoming Discrimination (Jersey) Law 2013.
Managing Director Kelly Flageul, said: “We’re celebrating our tenth anniversary at a time when significant anti-discrimination legislation is about to be introduced in Jersey and businesses are only too aware of needing to be prepared for it. This has highlighted the value of the service that we offer to businesses, large and small, who are seeking support and guidance to navigate their way through new laws.”
Established in 2004, Law At Work came under Channel Island ownership in 2010 following a management buyout and is today led by Mrs Flageul, executive director Heidi Gibaut, technical director, Sharon Peacock and Richard Plaster who between them have over 75 years of combined legal and human resources experience.
Law At Work’s service is tailored to the specific requirements of a business from day-to-day HR management to the roll out of more strategic programmes, as well as guiding clients through the tribunal process. The health and safety team deliver practicable training, site and office safety inspections and accident investigation services, assisting clients to meet their legal obligations and provide a safe workplace for their customers and employees.
Mrs Flaguel said: “We would like to thank our clients for their on-going support and we are now seeking to take the business forward and continue supporting Channel Island businesses for the next decade, and beyond.”
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