Wojewódka i Wspólnicy Sp. k. is a Warsaw based law office specializing in helping employers and service providers in the field of collective and individual labor law as well as pension benefits.
The Law Firm’s legal advisors provide legal assistance mainly to medium and large employers, in most Polish companies and foreign corporations present in Poland.
The Law Office has extensive experience in the following areas:
- preparation of projects and negotiating internal labor law acts (work and pay regulations, collective agreement, agreements with trade union organizations);
- individual employment relationships (employment contracts, training contracts, non-competition and issues related to parental rights of employees);
- carrying out restructuring changes (transfer of the workplace under Article 231 of the Polish Labor Code, collective redundancies);
- support the Employer during the negotiations with trade unions, employee`s council and other employee`s representatives;
- procedural labor law and representation of the employer before courts and other external bodies (Poviat Employment Agency in the case of collective redundancies, the National Labor Inspectorate in the case of the Collective Labor Agreement, the Polish Financial Supervision Authority in the case of an employee pension scheme);
- due diligence in the scope of labor law;
- advice concerning the establishment and running of voluntary forms of saving for retirement at the Employer`s, including in particular Employee Pension Scheme (PPE) and Employee Capital Plans (PPK).
Currently, the Law Office employs legal advisers, members of the District Chamber of Legal Advisors in Warsaw, Lublin and Kielce, as well as legal and administrative trainees and employee advisors. The work of the Law Office is managed by dr Marcin Wojewódka, a specialist in the field of pension system, who has been dealing with this subject in practice since 1998. In the years 2016-2017, Dr Marcin Wojewódka was the Vice-President of the Management Board of Social Security Institution (ZUS).
The Office has 4 departments whose work is coordinated by the following partners of: Collective Labor Law Department, Department of the Process of Labor Law, International Clients Department and Pension Products Department.