Access to relevant and practical information can make a huge difference when recruiting and retaining employees. The information below provides detailed guidance on relevant laws and practical suggestions on how to navigate different stages of your recruitment process.
JET's Good Practice Guide for Employers
JET’s Good Practice Guide for Employers in Jersey on Employment and Disability provides practical advice and is downloadable from our website, as well as JACS and Customer and Local Services websites.
The guide answers the frequent questions that employers may have when recruiting and retaining employees who may have a disability or long-term health condition. Sections included in the guide are:
- Recruitment and selection
- Induction and initial training
- Policies and practices
- Disability etiquette
- Contact details for advice and support
Good Practice Guide for Employers in Jersey
The guide has been endorsed by Jersey Advisory & Conciliation Service (JACS), Jersey Community Relations Trust, and the Government of Jersey.
Disability forms part of the Discrimination (Jersey) Law 2016. Full written terms of this law and the Discrimination (Disability) (Jersey) Regulations 2018 can be accessed on the Jersey Law website or via the links below:
Discrimination (Jersey) Law 2016
Discrimination (Disability) (Jersey) Regulations 2018
JACS, in conjunction with Citizens Advice Jersey, has prepared a Practical Guide to Disability Discrimination, which you will find below along with the Government of Jersey Disability Strategy Update 2020. For advice and guidance on the way the above laws affect employment, please contact JACS or Law at Work directly.
Practical Guide to Disability Discriminiation
Disability Strategy Update 2020