The selection of a proper employment basis is the first and important step in the employment process. Another one is to define terms of cooperation in a way which ensures legal security and is consistent with the intentions of our Clients. We support them throughout the process of hiring staff (both employees and persons cooperating with them based on civil law contracts, including on a self-employed basis). We draft comprehensive documentation related to a given cooperation model.

Our lawyers advise on and consult detailed solutions regarding employment terms, in particular with regard to the most essential issues related to remuneration systems and the best correct use by employers of the provisions concerning working time. We also draft documents regarding additional mechanisms securing the interests of employers (non-compete agreements, trade secret clauses, etc.). We also provide full support at the stage of employment termination.

We provide the following services:

  • review and recommend possible cooperation models
  • draft civil law contracts (service provision contract, contract of mandate, task-specific contracts, self-employed work/B2B contract)
  • draft employment contract along with accompanying documents
  • prepare individual wage/bonus agreement
  • draft non-compete agreements (applying to both the term of employment and post termination period)
  • analyse potential grounds for termination of the employment contract and advise on solutions optimal for the employer, including the drafting of the relevant documents
  • evaluate and propose optimisation of the applied solutions related to working time (e.g. in order to avoid the need to make use of overtime)
  • draw up agreements between the employer and a temporary employment agency
  • prepare documentation regarding the use of work performed by temporary agency workers
  • evaluate the consequences of application of regulations regarding the protection of parenthood and other cases of special protection of employees
  • implement solutions allowing to make use of teleworking and home-office
  • draft non-disclosure agreements (NDA)
  • support the employer in case of any accident at work

Contact us

Szuszczyński Kamińska
Kancelaria Prawa Pracy

+48 61 843 87 58

ul. Wrocławska 6/37
61 – 837 Poznań

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