Employment law for companies
Employment law in Germany is generally designed to be employee-friendly. In addition to a large number of statutory provisions, the question of what is permissible under employment law and how an employment relationship should be structured in a meaningful manner is determined by a large number of labour court decisions. The constantly changing employment case law must also be considered when cooperating with works councils and supervisory authorities.
The support provided by our specialist lawyers in employment law covers the entire area of individual as well as collective employment law.
We advise you on the development and implementation of solutions for employment law issues on a case-by-case basis as well as on the implementation of new structures. We draft employment contracts, service contracts of managing directors, company agreements and flexible working time and remuneration models that are optimally tailored to your business.
We advise you extensively and on a case-by-case basis in all questions regarding employment law and represent your interests both out of court and before the labour courts.
Our lawyers will come to your company and train you, your managers and your employees. We set out strategies that assist you and your company in recognising emerging issues and finding a solution even before any damage has been incurred. In addition, we regularly organise information evenings on current topics in our offices.
Are you planning a fundamental change in your company?
We also advise you on restructuring / changes to the company’s legal form, planning your company succession and on the purchase / sale of companies in competence teams - for example in cooperation with our specialist lawyers from the fields of company law, family law, inheritance law and our tax advisory teams.
Working with our tax experts, we develop customised remuneration systems (cafeteria principle) with you to make your company even more attractive to employees through a flexible remuneration structure (insurance, company car, additional salaries, additional leave, further training, etc.).