In light of the recent changes in Government guidance regarding social distancing, the Tribunal office will reopen with effect from 6 July 2020.
Appropriate measures will be in place to ensure the safety of Tribunal staff and users. Further information about how the Tribunal Service will be conducting our cases and information for individuals who are at higher risk is available on our COVID-19 update page here or by making contact with the Tribunal staff.
All users of the Tribunal Service are reminded that in the event they have a confirmed or suspected case of Covid-19 they should not attend the Tribunal office and instead follow Government guidance on the Government of Jersey website relating to self-isolating. Please contact the Tribunal at the earliest opportunity if you are scheduled to attend a meeting during this period of self-isolation.
If you have any queries please contact us on 01534 441380 or via email email@example.com
The Tribunal Service is a judicial body established to settle certain types of claims and appeals under various laws and must act independently without giving any legal advice.
The Tribunal administers the following claims and appeals: Employment and Discrimination, Social Security, Health and Safety, Mental Health and Capacity, Planning and Charity.
Almost all hearings are open to the public, in exceptional circumstances a request can be made for the hearing to be held in private.
For more information about the Tribunal please contact the Tribunal office:
Telephone: 01534 441380
If you are not sure that your complaint is one that an Employment and Discrimination Tribunal can deal with, contact the Tribunal Office or the Jersey Advisory and Conciliation Service (JACS):
JACS provide free advice and conciliation on employment related disputes.
CAB also provide free advice on a variety of issues including discrimination.