Richard Plaster has joined Law At Work alongside fellow directors, MD Kelly Flageul, executive director Heidi Gibaut and technical director Sharon Peacock.
Mr Plaster previously held the position of HR and commercial director with Jersey Electricity plc, where he was responsible for the company's strategic and operational human resources and employee relations activities.
Mr Plaster said: “Joining Law At Work as director is an opportunity for me to draw on my experience and work alongside a team of leading experts within the fields of human resources and health and safety, to deliver a professional and effective service to our clients. With new employment laws being introduced in Jersey there is a great deal more for businesses to consider and I am very pleased to be in a position to assist the Law At Work team in supporting them.”
As chairman of the Jersey Employment Forum from 1999 to 2005, he was involved in the introduction of Jersey’s primary employment legislation including the development of the tribunal system and the Jersey Advisory and Conciliation Service. He also chaired the Jersey Skills Board from 2008 to 2013, advising the States of Jersey on the skills needs for Island organisations ensuring the delivery of key skills strategies to build the skills of the Islands’ workforce.
Mrs Flageul said: “We are delighted that Richard has joined us to help lead Law At Work as we move into our second decade of operation. In the field of employee relations, knowledge is essential but experience is everything and Richard brings with him vast experience at an operational level which is already proving invaluable to our team and our clients. Richard approaches everything he does with enthusiasm and we welcome him on board to help us continue to deliver straightforward, commercial and practical advice to our Channel Island client base.”
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