Employment and Labour law is a cornerstone of society fabrics, as it establishes the legal principles, regulations and standards that determine the interactions between employers and employees.

Since 2004 we have been advising companies and other legal entities on day-to-day yet critical areas of their activities, covering a diversified range of matters such as compliance, collective negotiation, hiring, salary packages, incentives, whistleblowing, harassment, disciplinary procedures, lay-off, dismissal and other terminations, as well as assisting on reorganizations, joint ventures, partnerships, change of majority or ownership and other commercial transactions with employment content.

We have also been counselling worldwide individuals on their concerns upon taking a service, a job or a mandate in Portugal, assisting on contracts negotiation and drafting, as well as on discrimination, harassment and termination.

Our Employment and Labour Lawyers also assist when things go sideways, contributing with their unique expertise to the designated Litigation Lawyer’s.

Our seasoned team at MGRA is committed to staying abreast of the latest developments in Employment and Labour law, which endows us with the resources to deliver flawless advice.

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  • Employment agreements in several sectors and industries
  • Management, consultancy, and other services agreements for directors and other key employees
  • Employment relationship (flexible working hours, exemption of working hours, supplementary working hours, telework, temporary work)
  • Company’s labour audits
  • Labour compliance requirements and whistle-blower legislation
  • Company’s internal regulations, handbooks, good conduct’s code and other labour documents
  • Reduction of activity and suspension of the employment agreements
  • Outsourcing, assignment of contractual position, transfers of companies and occasional assignment of employees
  • Immigration and work permit for foreign employees
  • Termination of employment agreements (revocations, dismissal with just cause, disciplinary proceedings, collective dismissal, job extinction and employee’s inadaptation)
  • Day-to-day advice to inhouse HR departments
  • Collective bargaining agreements
  • Health and safety at work measures and regulations
  • Labour disputes in labour courts and out-of-court dispute resolution.
  • Contract review and negotiation
  • Termination and severance agreements
  • Discrimination and harassment claims
  • Executive and employee share schemes, benefit plans and other employee benefits
  • Social Security benefits, pensions, and other welfare schemes

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