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Collas Crill lawyer joins Chamber population committee

Following the introduction of the Population Management (Guernsey) Law, 2016 by the States of Guernsey, employment lawyer Hana Plsek has joined the Chamber of Commerce's population sub-group.

Hana said: "While the new law has only just been implemented, there are a lot of implications for island businesses. I have been advising clients as far back as last year to make sure that they fully understand the law and I think we need to make sure that this is happening in an open forum.  

"I hope that, through my role at Chamber, we can provide employers and employees with a better understanding of the changes that they need to be aware of."

Hana, an associate at Collas Crill, is responsible for the day-to-day running of the firm's employment team and housing practice.

She regularly advises on contentious and non-contentious matters ranging from confidentiality and non-solicitation agreements in connection with restructuring to redundancy and dismissal procedures for local firms.

Hana has also been advising both employers and employees on the new law and what permits they will need to put in place.

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