International Legal Consulting Poland


Our lawyers advise clients on a wide range of issues in the field of employment law and social security law.

Our legal services include in particular issues related to:

  • preparation and negotiation of employment contracts and other agreements;
  • preparation and negotiation of management contracts.

Our lawyers represent clients in disputes, in particular arising on the grounds of termination of employment, discrimination, harassment and mobbing.

In addition, we advise clients in the following areas:

  • rights and obligations of workers and employers;
  • required by law notifications to be made by an employer from the commencement date, in connection with a decision to winding up, etc.);
  • discrimination, harassment and mobbing in employment;
  • non-competition during the course of employment and upon its termination;
  • time schedules, including the maximum permissible working time;
  • admissibility to work overtime, at night, on Sundays, on public holidays and remuneration paid therefore;
  • on-call duties and remuneration paid therefore;
  • management staff work;
  • remuneration for the period of incapacity for work;
  • death benefits for workers;
  • vacation leave and compensation for unused vacation;
  • responsibility in respect of order and material responsibility of employees for damage caused to employers;
  • rights of employees related to parenthood, maternity, paternity and parental leave;
  • protection of women’s work, special protection of pregnant workers;
  • the employment of juvenile workers;
  • duties of employers and employees on health and safety, workers employed in conditions harmful to health;
  • the employer’s obligations in connection with an accident at work or an occupational disease of an employee;
  • protection of remuneration for work and allowable deductions;
  • termination of employment contracts, the general and special protection against dismissal of workers, including retirement, parenthood, excused absence from work;
  • the employer’s liability for violation of workers’ rights;
  • termination of pay and working conditions and agreements on the use of less favorable conditions of employment;
  • the protection of workers’ rights in connection with the bankruptcy of the employer, the transition of the business, employing establishment or part thereof to another employer;
  • collective redundancies;
  • social security (retirement, disability, sickness and accident insurance), and benefits payable therefore.