Participants: Maximum 20
London: 2nd May 2019
London: 2nd December 2019
Price: £550 + VAT
This seminar will provide an overview of current Polish employment law – and you will hear practical management advice, guidance on anticipated problem areas and key insights into the regional cultural differences.
More and more businesses are seizing growth opportunities and moving operations to Poland to stay ahead of their competition. Many Western European countries have already set up operations, taking advantage of dynamic and cost-effective human resources.
Doing business in different employment law jurisdictions can prove particularly problematic for the HR professionals responsible for integrating cross-country operations. A good knowledge of Polish labour laws is vital in maintaining good staff relations and avoiding disputes.
“ Very good and a useful overview for me ”
Kim Watkins, HR Manager, Savvis
“ Excellent event ”
Melanie Wells, HRBP, Dunnhumby Ltd
“ Really helpful ”
Amanda Essex, Head of Employee Relations EMEA, BNY Mellon
“ Informative, well delivered content ”
Jill Gates, VP HR, Savvis
“ Very informative - met my requirements - now feel better able to understand and plan employment in Poland ”
Mike Green, HR Director P&M EMEA, Sherwin Williams
“ Practical overview ”
Suzie Woodcock, HR Consultant, Radius
“ Very clear and largely met my expectations ”
Ann Hamilton-Lyons, EMEA HR Manager, Arveto Financial Solutions
“ Interesting, good detail, very good examples to re-affirm details ”
Maria Trehy Reyond, EMEA Operations Manager, Arveto Financial Soloutions
“ Insightful and very well delivered ”
Kerry Leather, HR Manager, Cadence Design System
Welcome, introduction and outline of objectives
An overview of the employment law framework in Poland
Getting started: recruiting staff and making employment contracts
Collective bargaining, trade unions and other employee representatives
Day to day employee management
Termination of employment
What’s on the horizon?
End of seminar
I am a founder of Raczkowski Paruch, a niche employment law firm. The Firm is listed as the leading or Band 1 Polish employment firm by Chambers & Partners, Legal500, Forbes and various local publications.
I have over 20 years of experience in the practice of employment law. I used to be a partner with Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak, the leading Polish full-service firm where I created and for many years led the employment law department. Prior to that, I was assistant professor at the Law School of the Jagiellonian University.
I authored numerous publications on Polish and European employment law. I was the Vice-Chairman of the Management Board of the European Employment Lawyers Association, founder of the Labour Law Association, the Chairman of the Employment Committee of the Warsaw Bar and a member of the editorial board of Monitor Prawa Pracy.
Most prestigious rankings such as Forbes, Chambers & Partners, Legal500 list me as the best in the field of employment law in Poland.
Designed for HR directors and managers, employment law advisers, employee relations professionals and line managers who have, or expect to have, responsibility for staff in Poland.
Receive a 20% discount when you book more than one event, or book more than one person on the same event. Please note this discount only applies to the lesser priced booking and when all bookings are placed together.
You are entitled to a 25% discount on your booking if you are a registered charity. This discount will show on your invoice once your booking is submitted. You will need your charity registration number for the booking form.
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We frequently welcome participants from overseas to our London events. However, we recognise that HR professionals who are responsible for managing workforces in these countries will not always be able to make the financial and time investment necessary to attend JSB events when they run in London. You will have the opportunity to submit questions to the speaker throughout the event and will get access to the slides and documentation in exactly the same way as those in the room. All you need is a standard domestic broadband connection.
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