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Duration: Half Day Price: £345 + VAT, €450 / $495

This course will provide you with an overview of current Polish employment law. You will hear practical management advice, guidance on anticipated problem areas and key insights into the regional cultural differences. 

More and more businesses are seizing growth opportunities and moving operations to Poland to stay ahead of their competition. Many Western European countries have already set up operations, taking advantage of dynamic and cost-effective human resources. 

Doing business in different employment law jurisdictions can prove particularly problematic for the HR professionals responsible for integrating cross-country operations. A good knowledge of Polish labour laws is vital in maintaining good staff relations and avoiding disputes. 

What will I learn? 

  • Benefit from practical guidance on how to operate for success in Poland 
  • Learn about critical employment issues, legislation and trends in Poland 
  • Gain the skills and knowledge to advise colleagues on key aspects of employment law 
  • Take advantage of legal and HR expertise combined with great networking opportunities 

We offer a discount when multiple bookings are made at the same time - please contact us for details.

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Duration: Half Day   |   Price: £345 + VAT   |  Virtual Duration: Half Day   |   Price: £295 + VAT
To pay in another currency, please contact us on +44 (0) 20 7549 2549 or info@bondsolon.com
 
Image of Bartłomiej Raczkowski - Founding Partner, Raczkowski Paruch, Warsaw 

Bartłomiej Raczkowski - Raczkowski Paruch 

I am a founder of Raczkowski Paruch, a niche employment law firm. The firm is listed as the leading or Band 1 Polish employment firm by Chambers & Partners, Legal500, Forbes and various local publications. 

I have over 20 years of experience in the practice of employment law. I used to be a partner with Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak, the leading Polish full-service firm where I created and for many years led the employment law department. Prior to that, I was assistant professor at the Law School of the Jagiellonian University. 

I have authored numerous publications on Polish and European employment law.  I was the Vice-Chairman of the Management Board of the European Employment Lawyers Association, founder of the Labour Law Association, the Chairman of the Employment Committee of the Warsaw Bar and a member of the editorial board of Monitor Prawa Pracy. 

Most prestigious rankings such as Forbes, Chambers & Partners, Legal500 list me as the best in the field of employment law in Poland.