Employees and associates
There are always two perspectives on employment: for an employee, labor law is meant to provide stability and social security. For an employer, it also means multiple requirements to meet. There are many ways to make things easier – we love to share our experience.
What can we help you with?
- Hiring & negotiating contracts.
- Internal regulations and procedures.
- Employee awareness and training.
- Monitoring and assessing performance.
- Ethics, non-discrimination and whistle-blowing.
- Disciplinary proceedings and employment law disputes.
Hiring & negotiating contracts.
Before posting a job ad, you need to decide what kind of contract do you offer. We outline different options and advise you throughout the process. We cover labor law requirements, your company’s interests, its know-how, intellectual property and anti-competition considerations.
Internal regulations and procedures
Some companies do not have procedures and some just have, but not use them. Basing on our experience, internal acts should be clear, concise and answer all frequently asked questions. We provide documentation that both meets requirements and your business needs.
Employee awareness and training
It is not enough to just have procedures and regulations. In case of proceedings or inspection, most authorities check, whether an employee was properly trained to follow company’s policies. There are many interesting solutions to raise awareness.
Monitoring and assessing performance
A well-organized business focuses on effects. However, monitoring performance and work results is subject to limitations, including privacy laws. We help to secure your interests, while respecting employees’ rights.
Ethics, non-discrimination and whistle-blowing
Your employees are crucial to your brand. Ethics and relationships impact productivity, creativity and customer experience. Discrimination or mobbing are last things you need. It all starts with observing and enforcing ethical rules. We provide you with verified solutions.
Disciplinary proceedings and employment law disputes
Some incidents are inevitable. If they happen, you need a quick, but wise reaction to resolve the matter and eliminate its source. There might be cases, where the only option is to terminate a job contract or even carry out group layoffs.