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Labour law

We render full-range advisory to Polish and international firms in all sectors on legal aspects of employment. Our services include:

  • advising on collective employment relations, collective bargaining agreements and other agreements between employers and employee representatives,
  • collective disputes and negotiations with trade unions,
  • take-over of personnel, and restructuring and integrating employee teams,
  • group redundancies,
  • analysing and drafting employment documentation, e.g. work and pay rules, company policies and ethical principles,
    pension, option and other schemes,
  • drafting individual employment, co-operation, management, and non-compete contracts, etc,
  • business immigration (legalising the work and stay of foreigners employed in Poland),
  • employment termination,
  • representation in labour courts at all instances,
  • health and safety at work and protection of special employee groups (e.g. pregnant women),
  • working time organisation and settlement,
  • discrimination in the workplace, including mobbing; drawing up good employer practices that help avoid court cases.

To meet our clients’ needs we frequently supplement our services with any tax advisory that may be required.

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