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Lesia Employment Services ICC Limited  (Rate this company)

Category: Crew

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Lesia is a contract employment company, based in Guernsey, specialising in employing crew that work on yachts.

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Tel / Fax: +44 1481 721503
Email Address: enquiries@lesiagroup.com
Website: www.lesiagroup.com

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Lesia Employment Services ICC Limited in the News

Social security: USA, New Zealand, Australia and the UK More Details

Marine Accounts offers a summary of what social security contributions crew should be making and to whom.

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Knock knock, who’s there? More Details

A captain recently asked us whether it was required for the superyacht’s captain to be on board during a Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC) inspection. The answer: not necessarily, although it’s certainly a good idea.

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All in a day's work More Details

There has been one facet of the MLC that has become quite clear as the most problematic. To comply with the hours of work and rest we need more crew, but the LY3 doesn't allow for this. We look at the option of dayworkers and the type of contract required.

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French employment law backfires for crew More Details

An increasing awareness of French employment law has left the industry at a crossroads: stop cruising French waters and employing French crew or amend crew contracts. SuperyachtNews.com speaks to Lesia Group's John Cook about the solution.

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MLC application lacks consistency, says ILO More Details

The International Labour Organization Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations has published its findings following the first national reports on the application of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006, which has revealed concerns with the level of the conv...

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More Lax Changes: is the MLC all talk and no substance? More Details

The Isle of Man has released its latest figures on Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC) deficiency report. However, findings - or rather, lack of findings applicable to the superyacht sector - suggest that the Convention will impact the yachting sector far less than predicted.

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Paying the piper More Details

Many crewmembers are unaware of their legal obligation to pay social security. Under the MLC 2006 a crewmember's contributions will be under scrutiny and it is imperative crew understand what they need to be paying and to whom.

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