Books

Labour Code. Commentary

New Labour Code commentary published by Wolters Kluwer is a result of work of a team of authors, whose members participated in the creation of the amendment to the Labour Code effective since January 1, 2012 and at the same time are highly experienced in practical application of this act. The publication concentrates not only on interpretation of the newly amended parts, but brings also extended comments to unchanged parts of the Labour Code.

Natasa Randlova contributed to the book by commentary on the issues of working hours and rest periods, transfer of rights and obligations from employment law relationships, care of employees, posting of employees within the EU and last but not least information and consultation, competences of trade unions, works councils and representatives for health and safety at work.

50 Questions and Answers from the Employment Law Advice, vol. II

Along with the publisher Wolters Kluwer, the employment law team of Randl Partners has prepared the second volume of "50 Questions and Answers from the Employment Law Advice". The same as last year´s publication - the book is a compilation of this years´ answers to the questions of employees and employers sent to the employment law advice of the website Novinky.cz. It answers 50 questions from various fields of employment law, concerning the most common problems in everyday life as well as more diffcult and complex employment matters.

The publication follows the legal regulation effective as of October 15, 2011, however, each answer reflects the changes provided by the amendments of employment law regulation which become effective as of January 1, 2012.

Labour Code Commentary

The publisher Wolters Kluwer has released the first English commentary to the Czech Labour Code, authored by Nataša Randlová and Petr Hůrka. The Commentary is a collaboration of two leading experts in labour and employment law in the Czech Republic. They applied their many years of practical experience founded on theoretical knowledge. The main intention was to create a practical guide through the Czech Labour Code for everyday use by private sector employers and employees. The publication is not intended for the public-sector; the Commentary provides only a basic analysis of provisions related to this sector. Its focus is on practical knowledge rather than to provide a theoretical background.

Labour law

The publication Labour law is a part of a series of law text books and therefore represents a theoretical basis for studying this branch of law in its modern form. The team of authors led by Petr Hurka brings a complex commentary on labour law issues, including new trends in employing individuals. It reflects the legal situation as of March 1, 2011, in particular the actual situation concerning the Civil Code, European law and case law.

Natasa Randlova contributed to the book by analyzing the issues of changes in employment law relationships and transfer of rights and obligations from employment law relationships.

50 Questions and Answers from the Employment Law Advice

In December 2010, the employment law team of Randl Partners, attorneys at law, in cooperation with the publisher Wolters Kluwer have released their first book – 50 Questions and Answers from the Employment Law Advice. The publication originated as a compilation of answers to questions of employees and employers sent to the employment law advice of the website Novinky.cz. For the the publication, the answers were updated to reflect the legal situation as of January 1, 2011.

The aim of the book is to provide especially HR and employees with practical answers to the most common employment law questions in an organized form. We hope you will enjoy our first common piece!

Labour Inspection and other controls of the employers

In 2009, Natasa Randlova became a part of a team of authors made up of members of the Board of experts of the Association for collective bargaining led by Borivoj Subrt. The publication was prepared as a practical and instructive guide. HR specialists, payroll employees and employees responsible for risk prevention will appreciate it in particular, as well as attorneys or employees of auditing bodies.

Natasa Randlova contributed to the book by description of special working conditions for some employees.

Posting of employees

The publication written by a team of Czech and Slovak authors led by Helena Barancova deals with one of the most difficult employment law issues – cross-border posting of employees. The book is aimed to provide complex legal information, especially for employers who daily deal with the issue of temporary posting of employees to the states of the European Economic Area. It should also help improve general orientation in this complicated area.

Natasa Randlova contributed to the book by analyzing working conditions in particular states of the European Economic Area.