We cooperate with legal advisers and solicitors specializing in labour-law disputes, and in the case of payroll-related cases – with tax advisers and experts from the Social Security Institution (ZUS) headquarters, which lets us guarantee an adequate quality of services rendered even in very complex situations.
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Łukasz Prasołek – graduated with honours from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw and post-graduate studies on Human Resource Management in Organisation at the Warsaw School of Economics; between 2003 and 2006 he worked for the Legal Department of the Chief Labour Inspectorate which specialises in the practical aspects of work time and drivers’ working hours; between 2006 and 2010 he gave lectures on the labour law at the Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw and between 2006 and 2015 worked for the Labour Law, Social Security and Public Affairs Chamber of the Supreme Court. He has been self-employed since 1 January 2016, running his own company “Nowoczesne Kadry Łukasz Prasołek”.
He is an autor of such books as: „Czas pracy kierowców. Procedury, rozliczenia, wzory” (Publishing House: C.H. BECK, 5 editions), „Rozliczanie czasu pracy. 100 kazusów” (INFOR 2011), and „Dokumentacja czasu pracy” (Publishing House: C.H. BECK, 2 editions). He is also a co-author of scientific commentaries on the Labour Code, acts on the social insurance system, on social benefit and accident benefit system, and on pensions from FUS (Social Insurance Fund), and also books elaborating on various aspects of the labour law published in series “Pogotowie Kadrowe” by ODDK Publishing House.
He also cooperates on permanent basis with two dailies, Rzeczpospolita and Gazeta Prawna, and a lot of other trade publishing houses addressed to the HR and payroll divisions as well as transportation companies.
For 10 years now he has been holding trainings on work time, remunerations and various issues relating to the labour law in the Supreme Court jurisdiction and has been a lecturer at courses for HR and payroll experts.