Alina Giżejowska

Alina Giżejowska

Cracow Office

Graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow and of the international course “Social Security in Europe” at the University in Osnabrück (Germany).

A practising attorney with over 15 years of experience in providing services in the field of strategies in individual and group employee processes. In the Law Firm, she is responsible for servicing foreign clients in international cases and matters concerning Compliance. She advises Clients in resolving sensitive employee matters, in particular those of discrimination and mobbing, protection of confidential information, accidents-at-work claims, disciplinary proceedings of civil service employees, termination of employment relationship of high-level managers and specially-protected employees. She develops custom solutions for so called “difficult cases” and strategies for individual employee cases and for relations between employers and trade union organizations. She participates in internal procedures concerning cases of mobbing and discrimination.

She conducts trainings and internal workshops (also in English) for employees in labour law and dedicated to managing groups and individual managers on subjects that are significant from the client’s perspective. Author of a dozen or so publications and educational and awareness-raising statements.