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Protecting against disclosure of trade secrets by former employees
Once the Unfair Competition Act is amended, will a nondisclosure obligation have to be provided for explicitly in an employment contract when an employee leaves?
Changes in working time regulations: Flexible but problematic
new provisions, employment
An amendment to the Polish Labour Code effective 23 August 2013 changed the regulations concerning working time. The new rules, allowing highly flexible working arrangements, carry over solutions previously in effect under the Anti-Crisis Act.
Changes to regulations concerning parenthood leave
already in force, employment
Parental leave and swift entry into force of increased additional maternity leave – main amendments
How far does a trade union's right to information extend?
An employer has a duty to share with a trade union only information that is necessary to conduct union activity. But this covers a wide range of information about the employer’s situation.
Job guarantees scrutinised by the Supreme Court of Poland
Guarantees of future employment, eagerly sought by Polish trade unions, are detrimental to the employer but also costly to consumers and the State Treasury.
Agnieszka Lisiecka: Employees should be more aware of work safety
An interview with Agnieszka Lisiecka, a partner at Wardyński & Partners and head of the Employment Law Practice, about the potential consequences of a work-related accident for the employer
Agnieszka Lisiecka: Staff must know the rules in force within the company
Interview with Agnieszka Lisiecka, partner at Wardyński & Partners, head of the Employment Law practice group