Zuzanna Rosner-Laskorzyńska has over 10 years of experience in matters involving labor and employment law. She provides legal assistance to clients operating in, among others, pharmaceutical, FMCG, equipment production, tooling, home improvement/distribution, IT/technology, consultancy and media industries.

    Zuzanna advises clients, both local and international, on individual and collective layoffs, individual redundancies and dismissals, transfer of undertakings, outsourcing, relations with employees and their representatives, performance and effectiveness management, remuneration and other benefits, employees’ liability, restrictive covenants, various aspects of working time, absences and remote work, and more. She drafts agreements with employees or contractors, including executive staff, as well as internal procedures and bylaws. She also focuses on leaves and other entitlements due to parents, as well as internal investigations aimed at counteracting mobbing, discrimination and other wrongdoings. Zuzanna represents clients before the labor courts in disputes related to employment termination, overtime, discrimination and mobbing.

    Zuzanna is a co-author of Parent-Employees Rights, published in 2021, and numerous other publications on labor and employment law. She also runs workshops and provides training on a regular basis.

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    • Counseling local companies and international groups (from the travel and tourism, pharmaceutical, production and home improvement/distribution industries) on developing restructuring strategies, adjusting employment structures to business needs, collective layoffs and individual redundancies.
    • Advising local and international clients (from the home improvement/distribution, IT/technology, consultancy and energy industries) on restructuring, transfer of undertakings and harmonizing terms of employment.
    • Counseling a US-UK international group entering the Polish market on hiring its first group of employees, gradual increase of the headcount and HR law requirements associated therewith, Polish employment and labor law requirements, and adopting and adjusting global polices to Polish labor law.
    • Providing ongoing legal advice to a US-UK-based international group from the IT/technology sector on introducing internal regulations (work, remuneration, bonus and social fund regulations), electing employee representatives, adopting global policies and adjusting them to Polish labor law.
    • Providing day-to-day advice to international group companies from the IT/technology, consultancy, production and IT/technology sectors on all aspects of the employee life cycle (commencement of employment, remuneration, bonuses and other benefits, performance management, vacation and leaves for parents, discrimination and mobbing, communication with employees, remote work, occupational health and safety, restrictive covenants and termination of employment).
    • Advising international groups (from the pharmaceutical, IT/technology and consultancy sectors) on adopting global policies related to parental rights and work-life balance, then adjusting them to Polish labor law.
    • Advising international groups from various industries (pharmaceutical, media, FMCG, construction, production and financial) on strategies aimed at counteracting discrimination, including sexual harassment, mobbing and other wrongdoings (conducting internal investigations, providing training and preparing recommendations, as well as communications to employees).
    • Counseling Polish startup and real estate companies on internal structures, assessing duties and the manner of cooperation, as well as exposure to tax, social security and deemed-employment risks in order to choose the safest basis of cooperation (B2B, employment, management contract or combination of the above).
    • Advising a US-Dutch company on external employment, outsourcing and mitigating legal risks associated therewith.
    • Representing international group companies (from the pharmaceutical, media, home improvement/distribution and equipment production industries) in litigations with ex-employees claiming reinstatement to work, compensation for employment termination, compensation for alleged overtime, discrimination and mobbing.
    • Providing regular training on HR law (working time, counteracting discrimination and mobbing) for mangers and regular employees at local and international group companies (from the pharmaceutical, and IT and banking sectors).

    Education

    • University of Warsaw, LL.M., 2007
    • University of Copenhagen, Erasmus Program, 2006

    Admissions

    • Warsaw, 2015

    Languages

    • Polish
    • English
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