Employment Law For Companies
Labor law has a central role for you who own or operate a company, regardless of the company’s size or industry affiliation, the Act (1982:80) on employment protection, in combination with any collective agreements, places great demands on you as an employer.
Employment law for companies
Labor law has a central role for you who own or operate a company, regardless of the company’s size or industry affiliation, the Act (1982:80) on employment protection, in combination with any collective agreements, places great demands on you as an employer. Labor law issues can be complicated and therefore important to handle correctly, among other things due to the strict compensation rules that apply to you as an employer. A well-educated company management and good employment law advice can prevent the majority of problem areas in the workplace.
If you own or run a company, your company may need to make organizational changes, for example redeploy staff or lay off staff due to a lack of work to save costs. Your company may have staff who mismanage their duties and you want help taking relevant measures, for example warning or dismissing staff due to personal reasons. It may also happen that staff make demands against your company regarding, for example, salary, holiday, unemployment compensation, discrimination or damages.The above-mentioned measures can also affect employment conditions that are not covered by LAS. For example, contractors may need to be terminated, CEO agreements need to be drawn up or disputes about the above need to be resolved.
In addition to the company’s employment conditions, labor law covers several important issues, such as incentive programs, GDPR and work environment. It is important for your company to clearly state what applies in the workplace, for example through policy documents. Perhaps your company needs to establish policy documents, or perhaps existing policy documents need to be reviewed or revised.
We represent employers in all types of work-related disputes and offer help in both union negotiations and ongoing advice as well as possible court proceedings. We also offer companies labor law training on demand. Contact us at Advantage Advokatbyrå to prevent any disputes in the company or for further assistance during the process.
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