This Korean Law Blog is brought to you by English-speaking Korean labor lawyers & employment lawyers working for IPG Legal – an international law firm with offices in Korea. Sean is the author of this blog and English-speaking Korean lawyers contribute to the blog. Please find below a few of the most recent matters we have worked on.
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IPG’s Korean Labor & Employment Law Team Experience
- Drafted Korean employment agreements, employee handbooks, employment rules and formed a pension and corporate compliance system for a NASDAQ-listed company with a subsidiary in Korea.
- Oversaw a leading manufacturer’s reduction of 5% of the headcount in China and Korea.
- Prevailed in cases of foreign employees of Korean companies who were wrongfully dismissed from these Korean conglomerates.
- Successful resolution via arbitration of a senior executive’s dismissal from a leading international oil & gas company.
- Complete restructuring of the HR system for an international retailer.
- Acted for employers and employees in employment dispute matters at the Labor Board and all major courts in Korea.
- Engaged by clients to conduct, in Korea, Disciplinary Action Committee and Grievance Committee Meetings.
- Create and Implement Performance Improvement Programs.
- Implement a Pension Program from numerous Clients.
- Hiring English-Speaking Korean Labor Lawyers in Korea
- Increased Scrutiny of Employers by Korean’s Ministry of Employment & Labor under President Moon’s Administration: HR Audit Needed by Korean Employment Lawyers
- Calculation of Korean Hourly Wage Rate under the Minimum Wage Act of Korea
- Definition of “Ordinary Wage” in Korea: Korean Employment & Labor Law Basics
- IPG’s Labor & Employment Law Practice: Proactive, Efficient & Unconflicted
- Can you Revise Employment Rules in Korea without the Agreement of Employees?
- Guidelines on Rules of Employment & Guidelines on Fair Personnel Management Withdrawn by Korean Ministry of Employment
- 52-Hour Workweek Delayed in Korea for SMEs: Korean Labor Law Update
- Terminate/Layoff an Employee in Korea: Terminating an Employee in Korea
- English-speaking Korean lawyers and International Lawyers at International Law Firm in Korea discussing issues of Korean Law