Labour relations are an integral and constant part of any company’s business and impose on employers a number of obligations that should not be performed just formally.
Our experience shows that the lack of attention to compliance with the requirements of the Labour Code often leads to violations, the consequences of which can be difficult or impossible to remedy. In addition to this, they can be extremely costly and damaging for a company, such as in the case of litigation with employees or claims from governmental authorities and potential sanctions.
We are of the opinion that most of such disputes and conflicts can be avoided, if a company seeks qualified legal assistance at the right time. At the early stage of a conflict or dispute with a governmental authority or an employee, a professional lawyer may promptly devise effective ways to resolve it. Accordingly, we would like to direct your attention to the corporate law department, which has been operating successfully within the GRATA structure for a long time. One of the focuses of the department is labour law.
This information was originally sourced from the GRATA Law Firm website.
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