Businesses in the Channel Islands are being encouraged to consider the benefits of flexible working for their employees.Read the full story ›
Jersey's hospitality industry is said to be struggling to recruit local staff, with a senior politician saying 'cultural change' is needed.Read the full story ›
The number has fallen consecutively for each quarter since 2015.Read the full story ›
Four in 10 islanders in Guernsey have experienced mental health issues while in work, according to a new report. Fran Le Noury has more.Read the full story ›
A public consultation on minimum wage in Guernsey closes later today. The island's lowest paid currently get £7.20 an hour.Read the full story ›
1,000 people were actively seeking work last month - the lowest number since 2009, according to the States.Read the full story ›
New age discrimination legislation could be introduced, as politicians in Guernsey look at new ways of helping people work longer.Read the full story ›
It's been revealed that some islanders, employed by the States, are not currently paid the proposed living wage for Jersey.Read the full story ›
The Jersey public are being asked for their thoughts on increasing the minimum wage from April.Read the full story ›
A 'sledge hammer to crack a nut'. That's the Jersey business community's damning verdict on government plans to charge firms to recruit people off-island.
Under the new proposals, businesses will have to pay a new fee for registered employees.
The government says it will make 6 hundred thousand pounds a year, which it will put towards controlling migration and expanding the skills of local people.
- WATCH: Daniel Skipp reports.