Employment 2019 Second Edition

Last Updated: 06 August 2019

Employment 2019 Second Edition - Comparisons

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Last Updated: 09 September 2019

Contributors:
Allen & Overy LLP
(Law and Practice)

Grant Thornton
(Trends and Developments)


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Contributors:
Allen & Overy LLP
(Law and Practice)

Grant Thornton
(Trends and Developments)


About the contributors:
Allen & Overy LLP

is an employment practice that stands out for its wide experience and knowledge of employment law, pensions, benefits and incentives, providing and developing individual and creative solutions to all workplace issues, from working terms and conditions, employee relations and HR policies, to ... restructuring and dispute resolution. The firm's approach is very much that of a partnership, working in collaboration with clients to develop individual and creative solutions to their workplace and benefits needs. It is accessible, pragmatic and hands-on, with expertise in communicating directly with workers, employee representatives and regulatory authorities on HR and reward issues.


Grant Thornton

has an employment area in Spain that is best known for its tailor-made employment advisory services as an HR legal business partner, including advice on day-to-day management of employment relations, legal representation and support in all types of proceedings, collective bargaining, health and ... safety at work, restructuring, labour compliance and Gender Equality Plans. The key clients mainly belong to the retail and pharmaceutical industries, and some of the firm’s lawyers are requested for implants as in-house lawyers (ie, Boehringer Ingelheim). The main areas of recent growth include legal advice to start-up companies (tech industries), HR consultancy (labour environment surveys, salary studies, HR policies such as whistle-blowing, etc), actuarial calculation and legal advice to public companies such as AENA. The employment team in Spain includes approximately 25 professionals and even though the firm has ten offices in Spain, its labour lawyers are mainly based in Valencia, Madrid and Barcelona.