The Employment and Discrimination Tribunal is a judicial body established to resolve employment related disputes and discrimination claims both in the workplace and otherwise. This is a free service to all parties.

A Tribunal consists of a legally qualified lawyer sitting alone or with 2 independent lay people appointed under the relevant law.

Parties are encouraged to present their cases themselves as it is not necessary to be represented by a lawyer. The Tribunal cannot award legal costs in respect of any hearing.

For information about the Tribunal and guidance on how to make or respond to a claim, please contact the Tribunal office or refer to the guides and forms located below.

Telephone: 01534 441380


If you are not sure that your complaint is one that an Employment and Discrimination Tribunal can deal with, contact Jersey Advisory and Conciliation Service (JACS) or Citizens Advice Jersey (CAJ):

JACS provide free advice and conciliation on employment related disputes:

  • Call: 01534 730503
  • Fax: 01534 733942
  • Email:
  • Website:

CAJ provide free advice in many areas including discrimination:

Making a Claim

Updated July 2020

Responding to a Claim

Updated September 2020

Collective dispute (Group Action)

(if you require a MS Word version of these forms please email the Registrar)

Updated July 2020

Guidance Notes


Guidelines in other languages



Procedures and Regulations

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