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Collective labour law

Our firm has extensive experience in the rather special and fairly complex area of relations between employers and employees, i.e. collective labour law. In this regard, our lawyers assist clients in dealing with employee organizations.

In the area of collective employment relations, we:

  • advise on collective redundancies
  • prepare analyses of labour-related aspects of mergers and acquisitions
  • conduct various types of negotiations with trade unions, including in the course of labour disputes
  • advise on issues relating to trade unions and employee councils
  • prepare documentation required under labour laws and regulations: collective labour agreements, work, pay and incentive bylaws, rules for company social benefits funds, and internal anti-discrimination and anti-bullying policies
  • advise, prepare legal opinions, and draft documents in the process of concluding agreements between the employer and the social side, i.e. trade unions, and also in the process of labour dispute resolution
  • provide legal assistance in transfers of employment establishments or parts of employment establishments to another employer pursuant to Art. 23¹ of the Labour Code; we draft agreements with trade unions and participate in negotiations

Our lawyers have been involved in negotiations with trade unions during the privatization of ZAT SA in Tarnów and ZAK SA in Kędzierzyn-Koźle and with a special negotiating body over the terms of an agreement regarding employee involvement in connection with transformation into a European company (SE).

Our firm is the main individual and collective labour law adviser to one of the largest Polish energy companies. 


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