Duration: Half  Day Price: £295 + VAT, €345 / $395

This employment law training course provides participants with a good understanding of the pattern of employment regulation as well as specific information on the domestic employment laws in the Czech Republic.

You will leave with a working knowledge of local employment law and practice, an understanding of important cultural differences and working practices and the know-how to advise colleagues on the law.

This course will cover:

  • Sources of employment law
  • Types of employment contracts
  • Alternative hiring schemes
  • Hiring of foreign employees
  • Hiring of disabled employees
  • Probationary period
  • Mandatory professional training
  • Working time
  • Annual leave (vacation).
  • Public holidays
  • Remuneration
  • Parental leaves
  • Absences
  • Disciplinary action
  • Termination of the employment contract
  • Post-termination obligations (non-solicitation and non-compete)
  • Transfer of undertaking (TUPE)
  • Health, security and hygiene at work
  • Employee representatives
  • Labour authority
  • Income tax (duties of the employer)

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

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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
Benjamim Mendes

Benjamim Mendes - DLA Piper 

Benjamim Mendes is A Partner with DLA Piper in Lisbon and has extensive experience of employment issues. He provides regular legal advice to large and medium-sized national companies, as well as to several major and well-known multinationals, covering a wide range of sectors, including automotive, retail, technology, financial services, aviation, hospitality & leisure, human resources, recruitment, insurance, water supply and wastewater sanitation and  medical services.

He is regarded by the main international legal directories as a leading lawyer in the area of Employment in Portugal.

Benjamin Mendes was a Professor of Labour Law at Lisbon University School of Law. 

Benjamin is the Head of Employment Group at DLA Piper in Portugal. He is fluent in Portuguese, English, French and Spanish.