Labour and Social Security
A&Z’s Labour and Social Security department is well-versed in theory and experienced in practice. A&Z has provided high quality service to hundreds of clients of various sizes and types in numerous industries. Our attorneys have consistently maintained a high level of success due to their ability to incorporate legislative purpose as stipulated by the relevant laws, executive suggestions of administrative departments, management philosophy and practical experience, and the rendering of legal opinions and advices to meet that client’s needs. The consequential outcome is a low conflict, low-cost, highly efficient strategy providing the maximum potential for success.
- Providing legal support for routine management of labour and personnel (such as recruitment, enrollment, training, working hours, salary, bonus, discipline, resignation, etc.);
- Releasing legal information and launching activities related to labour and personnel;
- Formulating and reviewing labour or personnel contracts, agreements and regulations;
- Providing advice on customer consultation and issuing legal opinions related to labour and personnel issues;
- Assisting companies with the settlement and negotiation of labour disputes;
- Hosting training sessions/lectures related to labour and personnel issues;
- Handling legal affairs, including labour protection, social insurance, occupational injury or disease;
- Providing supervisory services on compliance issues related to labour and personnel;
- Representing clients in arbitration and/or litigation matters related to labour and personnel disputes;
- Responding to any issues regarding labour supervision by the labour administrative department;
- Monitoring and maintaining relationships with labour unions and government;
- Providing legal services related to labour and personnel issues in corporate reorganisation, restructuring, mergers, acquisitions, and liquidation;
- Providing strategy and supervision regarding the execution of employee transfers, downsizing, and placement; and
- Preventing and handling collective negotiation and mitigation, lockout, strike and other mass labour disputes.