Labor law – What does that mean?
Labor law regulates rights and obligations between employers and employees. The rules, often referred to simply as labor law, are mainly designed to ensure worker safety and to ensure that they are treated fairly as a weaker side. Of course, these laws also ensure that employers ‘ interests are taken into account and upheld.
The main task of labor law is to regulate the relationship between employees, employers, trade unions and company interest groups (e.g. works council, staff council).
Collective labor law refers to the relationship between employee representatives (trade unions, works councils) and their negotiating partners on the employer side.
A small selection from the law firm’s offer on employment law:
Representation before labor court and statel abor court nationwide
Preparation of employment contracts, certificates and letters of termination
Examination of non-compete obligations and assistance in the event of breaking non-compete obligations or confidentiality clauses
Representation in claims of discrimination, sexual harassment or other inappropriate treatment.
Examination of employment contracts, severance payments, dismissals and certificates of employment
Representation in withheld commissions, lack of wages, lack of overtime compensation, problems with continued wages due to sickleave
Preparation and review of training clauses or contracts with repayment agreements
Completion of all formalities and negotiations in order to either have your case cleared or to reach favorable settlements.