International Labour Organisation reports

Reference: A/D1/I7/1

Date: January 8th 1976 - December 29th 1982

International Labour Organisation reports

Reference: A/D1/I7/2

Date: January 11th 1983 - June 3rd 1993

Correspondence between the Bailiff and Isabel C Adye of Le Rocher, St Martin regarding the employment of a gardener and men working for the Labour Department

Reference: B/A/L11/14

Date: August 27th 1945 - September 4th 1945

Order and notice of registration concerning labour regulations

Reference: B/A/W30/74

Date: November 11th 1941 - December 5th 1941

Withdrawal of rations from civilians employed by the Organisation Todt

Reference: B/A/W31/1/71

Date: February 13th 1942 - April 25th 1942

Correspondence relating to fixed rates of pay for manual workers employed by the Department of Labour

Reference: B/A/W31/5/1

Date: July 8th 1940 - July 13th 1940

Day Workers for the Occupying forces - rates of pay and allowances

Reference: B/A/W31/5/11

Date: November 15th 1941 - November 21st 1941

Labourers employed by German Contractors, rules re. Social Insurance Cards Sept 1943

Reference: B/A/W31/5/12

Date: November 19th 1941 - September 27th 1943

Letters concerning extra rations for men engaged on carting iron including list of men

Reference: B/A/W31/5/28

Date: May 1st 1944 - May 1st 1944

Printed 'Department of Labour Report on Work during the Four Years of the Occupation'

Reference: B/A/W31/5/31

Date: June 30th 1940 - June 30th 1944

Cleaning of roads - more labour needed

Reference: B/A/W31/7/3

Date: December 1st 1941 - December 4th 1941

List of men issued permits to work on the airport extension

Reference: B/A/W33/1

Date: July 6th 1940 - July 6th 1940

Minutes of the States of Jersey, 06/07/1940. Roles of States Departments and enforcement of Defence (Jersey) Regulations, 1939.

Reference: B/A/W34/1

Date: July 6th 1940 - July 6th 1940

Copies of the States of Jersey Superior Council Minutes, Aug 1941, re. employment of civilians on military objects Correspondence from the Bailiff indicating that the Hague Convention states that it is not permitted to compel the civil population in occupied territory to work on military objects

Reference: B/A/W40/16/1

Date: July 30th 1941 - August 2nd 1941

Workmen for Alderney to repair houses. Includes supplies of tobacco for the workmen, and payment of relief for their dependants

Reference: B/A/W40/16/2

Date: November 21st 1942 - June 13th 1944

Requisition of Services under Article 52 of the Hague Convention

Reference: B/A/W40/16/3

Date: March 3rd 1943 - March 3rd 1943

Registration of all employees in firms of over 20 employees, includes copy of registration form

Reference: B/A/W40/16/4

Date: May 19th 1943 - May 19th 1943

Correspondence re. a registration file of workmen and firms, includes list of numbers of males born in Jersey in 1922

Reference: B/A/W40/16/5

Date: July 8th 1943 - July 11th 1943

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