Monika Kolasińska


She has extensive experience in negotiating and drawing up contracts of employment and civil-law contracts related to employment, including managerial contracts, contracts of mandate, B2B contracts and contracts on the employment of temporary workers.

She has drawn up strategies and documents related to employment restructuring (including in the context of individual and group layoffs) and introducing changes to internal labour law sources, in particular, she drafts work regulations, remuneration regulations, anti-mobbing policies, codes of good practice as well as remote and hybrid work regulations.

She advises clients on matters related to hiring foreign employees and implementing remote work policies carried out abroad by Polish employees. She develops strategies concerning various forms of employment for company board members and senior management. She has supported clients in making day-to-day decisions in the area of labour law: she has carried out audits of the of employment forms used in the company, she has helped in choosing appropriate systems and methods of organising working time adequate to the needs of the employer, she has participated in meetings related to difficult job redundancies on behalf of employers. She has provided day-to-day legal services to employment agencies and employers of the users and companies providing outsourcing services and using services of such companies.

She has represented clients in many disputes before common courts in the area of labour law and has advised employers during inspections carried out by the National Labour Inspectorate and the Social Insurance Institution.

She has conducted open and closed training courses in the area of labour law and develops their programmes. An author of numerous press articles on topics related to labour law. Distinguished in the Legal 500 EMEA ranking in the years 2017, 2018, 2021 and 2022 as a lawyer specialising in labour law.

Graduate of the Inter-Faculty Individual Studies in the Humanities at the University of Warsaw, where she obtained a double master’s degree: at the Faculty of Law and Administration and at the Faculty of Journalism and Political Science. She completed the attorney-at-law traineeship; entered into the list of attorneys-at-law at the Warsaw Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law.

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