Company’s internal regulations on the conduct of work / Individual employment contract / How we can help you
The company’s internal regulations on the conduct of work
As a general rule, any company, regardless of its type (e.g. limited liability company or joint-stock company) adopts a series of written procedures concerning the conditions of employment:
- places where work is carried out;
- the schedule of activities;
- measures for the protection of employees at work;
- employee benefits;
- procedures for carrying out production activities;
- procedures for maintaining the confidentiality of information used in business;
- personal data protection measures;
- acts constituting disciplinary offences;
the sanctions that can be applied to wage earners and the criteria according to which they are applied.
All these procedures may take the form of a single document (e.g. the company’s organisational and operational rules) or they may be grouped in several separate documents (e.g. ROF, ROI, Confidentiality Agreements, Technical Procedures, Working Methodologies, etc.).
The bodies of the employing company shall ensure that all employees of the company are instructed, both at the time of employment and during the course of their work, on all the conditions laid down by the company for the performance of their work.
Individual employment contract
As a general rule, an individual employment contract is concluded between the employer and the employee.
It is the law that regulates the minimum information that any employment contract must contain.
It is also the law that regulates which clauses are forbidden to be inserted in an employment contract.
The employment contract must be drawn up in a manner that is as transparent as possible towards the employee but at the same time ensures that the employee complies with all the conditions of employment imposed by the employer (e.g. confidentiality of certain information, ensuring compliance with legislation on the protection of personal data, etc.).
How we can help you
Our lawyers, together with various HR specialists, can provide you with legal advice on any aspect of the employment relationship between your company and your employees:
- the preparation of all procedures related to the work you carry out;
- drawing up documents to ensure the confidentiality of certain data and/or information;
- drawing up the necessary documents to ensure compliance with personal data protection legislation;
- drawing up employment contracts;
- assistance in negotiating the terms of employment contracts;
- assistance when amending internal regulations.
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