The greatness of any place of employment derives, inter alia, from proper management of the organization’s most valuable resource – personnel.
The Labor Laws Department at Weksler Bregman accompanies the firm’s clients in accordance with this principle, while emphasizing correct management strategy, preventative actions during the routine conduct of business and while providing comprehensive solutions customized to the client’s needs and place of work, in accordance with the unique company culture and area of endeavors of the client.
The firm has experience of more than 80 years, with widespread proficiency in private and communal labor laws.
The Labor Laws Department possesses extensive experience in ongoing and litigatory counseling for a broad range of clients in various branches, including hotels, fashion chains, zoning and entrepreneurship, high-tech, industrial plants and more.
The firm represents its clients in every occupational sector, inter alia, in all issues arising on a daily basis vis-à-vis employees, including employee rights, social and pension rights, dismissals and resignations, accompaniment and counseling in hearing proceedings, preparation of employment contracts, retirement contracts, letters of obligation and legal documents, NDAs and confidentiality and non-competition, as well as letters of options, counseling and establishment of an array for clarifying complaints of sexual harassment and discrimination, accompaniment of recovery and efficiency processes, counseling in relation to communal agreements and extension orders, as well as integration of regulatory compliance arrays and more.
The awareness that the world of labor is constantly changing, both because of legislative changes, as well as because of judgments of a variety of legal tribunals in the area of labor laws, guides the firm in equipping its clients constantly with the tools and means of caution and prevention for the purpose of decreasing exposure to future claims, as well as to assist and support every company and/or body, in accordance with its unique requirements to resolve labor, personal and communal disputes, in an efficient and professional manner.
The Labor Laws Department of the firm also represents its range of clients in Labor Courts as well as contiguous legal tribunals, including financial sanctions and administrative enforcement at the Economy Ministry, proceeding to obtain permits before the official in charge of Women’s Labor Law at the Economy Ministry and more.
In view of our high level of service-awareness, the firm manages to save its clients a great deal of valuable time and even to manage their economic resources in the best way possible.