ŘANDA HAVEL LEGAL provides universal legal services in the area of labour law. We prepare standard (sample) labour law documents and negotiate contracts with specific companies, such as managerial contracts, for example. We participate in creating internal employment regulations, including wage regulations and other regulations pertaining to remuneration. We draw up draft collective agreements at a company and higher level and represent our clients during meetings with representatives of trade union organisations or other employee representatives.
ŘANDA HAVEL LEGAL provides consultancy during changes in or the termination of labour law relations or during the transfer of rights and responsibilities from labour law relations in association with restructuring employers. We provide advice in the area of compensation for damages, employee care and occupational health and safety in the workplace. We have extensive experience in the area of employing foreigners and dispatching employees to perform work abroad. We represent clients in labour law disputes.
ŘANDA HAVEL LEGAL in particular:
Prepares comprehensive sample or individual labour law documentation, employment contracts, managerial contracts, agreements on work undertaken outside employment, internal regulations, wage and work regulations, agreements on material liability, redundancy, agreements on terminating employment relations, non-compete clauses, etc;
Performs detailed labour law inspections (due diligence) aimed at analysing the employer’s personnel policies and labour law documentation; identifies potential risks and recommendations for optimal solutions;
Analyses employer rights and responsibilities arising from labour law relations in individual cases, including remuneration, securing employment conditions, equal treatment and the ban on discrimination, special approaches concerning protected groups of employees, etc.;
Provides consultancy in regards to resolving concurrence of labour relations and performance of function of an authorised representative or member of another body;
Provides consultancy in regards to dispatching employees on business trips, transferring and relocating employees or transferring rights and responsibilities from labour law relations in association with restructuring of employers;
Assesses and prepares collective agreements; represents employees during negotiations with representatives of trade union organisations or other employee representatives;
Provides consultancy in regards to employing foreigners and dispatching employees to carry out work abroad, including securing all services in association with regulatory requirements and fulfilling notification obligations in relation to state bodies;
Provides assistance in matters regarding termination of labour law relations, mass redundancies, invalidity of redundancy, competition bans, severance pay, etc.;
Represents clients before courts or other bodies in disputes arising from labour law relations or related to them, especially in disputes concerning termination of employment and any associated entitlements (severance pay, performance from the non-compete clause, etc.).
The prestigious Chambers & Partners rating company has repeatedly included the law firm ŘANDA HAVEL LEGAL amongst recognised law firms focussing on the area of labour law. Chambers and Partners annually publish the internationally known Chambers Guide, which evaluates the quality of the legal work of law firms in 175 countries from the point of view of their expertise and the quality of their services based on independent evaluations and commentaries. The evaluation parameters include expert legal knowledge, professional conduct, the quality of the customer service, commercial intelligence, conscientiousness, application and other characteristics most appreciated by clients.
EPRAVO.CZ, the prestigious Czech online legal journal, has recommended RANDA HAVEL LEGAL in the area of Labour law in its Law Firm of the Year 2019 ranking. The annual awards are decided by an independent group of 250 evaluators from the ranks of companies and institutions, as well as by EPRAVO.CZ, an independent entity that monitors and follows lawyers in the Czech Republic.