Marcin Wujczyk

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Marcin Wujczyk
Practices

Marcin Wujczyk

attorney-at-law
Over 10 years’ experience in employment law and HR consultancy

Dr hab. Marcin Wujczyk practises individual and collective employment law, with a particular emphasis on employees’ right to privacy and employers’ cooperation with trade unions and employee representatives. He advises some of Poland’s largest companies on group redundancies, transfer of enterprises, and anti-mobbing and anti-discrimination proceedings.

He provides immediate support in the decision-making process for management boards and HR directors of Polish and international companies. He is a lecturer in the Department of Labour Law and Social Policy at the Faculty of Law and Administration at Jagiellonian University.

He joined Wardyński & Partners in 2018.

Faculty of Law and Administration, Jagiellonian University

Doctorate, Department of Labour Law and Social Policy, Jagiellonian University (dissertation on employees’ right to privacy)

Academic visitor, University of Oxford, 2014–2015

Kraków Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law

International Labour and Employment Relations Association

International Society for Labour and Social Security Law

International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA)

“The employer’s obligation to provide reasonable accommodation to disabled employee,” In Principle. Legal Studies and Analyses, 2020 vol. 2

“The dark side of yellow unions” (co-author), 2019 Yearbook

Labour Code: Commentary (co-author) (Gdańsk 2017)

Prohibition of discrimination in employment law: Comparative solutions de lege lata and de lege ferenda under Polish and British anti-discrimination regulations (Warsaw 2016)

The right of social security in the constitutions of the world: Broadening the moral and legal space for social justice (general editor) (Geneva 2016)

Collective labour law: Commentary (co-author) (Warsaw 2016)

Termination of work and pay conditions in contractual employment relationships (Warsaw: Wolters Kluwers, 2015)

Employees’ right to privacy (Warsaw: Wolters Kluwers, 2012)