PUBLICATIONS2020-11-10T09:38:08+00:00

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

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  • K.W. Baran. The Labour Law System. Volume IX. International public labour law. Global standards, Warszawa 2019
  • K.W. Baran, D. Książek. Collective Labour Law. A Commentary, Wolters Kluwers, Warszawa 2016
  • K.W. Baran, D. Książek. Executive acts of labour law. A Commentary, Wolters Kluwers, Warszawa 2016
  • K.W. Baran, W. Bigaj. Labour documents. Templates and commentaries, Wolters Kluwer, Warszawa 2016, 2th publication.
  • K.W. Baran (ed.), Boleław M. Ćwiertniak, D. Dörre-Kolasa, Z. Góral, M. Lekston, K. Walczak, M. Włodarczyk. Ouline of Polish Labour Law System, Wolters Kluwer, Warszawa 2016.
  • W. Baran (ed.), B. M. Ćwiertniak, A. Dubownik, T. Duraj, Z. Góral, D. Książek, W. Perdeus, Ł. Pisarczyk, S. Płażek, J. Stelina, M. Tomaszewska, E. Ura, K. Walczak. Instutiotions Law. A Commentary, Warszawa 2014.
  • K. W. Baran, D. Książek. Labour Court Law, Warszawa 2013.
  • Daniel Książek (cooperation) Restrictive Covenants and Trade Secrets in Employment Law An International Survey Volume 1, ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law, BNA Books, 2010.
  • Krzysztof Wojciech Baran, Daniel Książek Employee documents : templates and commentaries, Wolters Kluwer Polska, Warszawa 2013.
  • Daniel Książek Workplace as an Essential Element of the Employment Agreement, Wolters Kluwer Polska, Warszawa, 2013.
  • Ewa Wyglądała (compilation). A Bibliography of the Works of Professor Andrzej Świątkowski, 1969-2009. Central Library of Labour and Social Security. Warsaw, 2010.
  • Andrzej Marian Świątkowski and Roger Banpain. Eds. The Laval and Viking Cases – Freedom of Services and Establishment v. Industrial Conflict in the European Economic Area and Russia. Kluwer Law International, 2009.
  • Andrzej Marian Świątkowski. International Labour Law, Volume I, Volumen 1. C.H. Beck: Warsaw, 2008.
  • Andrzej Marian Świątkowski. International Labour Law, Volume I, Volumen 2. C.H. Beck: Warsaw, 2008.
  • Andrzej Marian Świątkowski. Charter of Social Rights of the Council of Europe. Kluwer Law International, 2007.
  • Andrzej Marian Świątkowski. Carta de los derechos sociales europeos C.H. Beck: Warsaw, 2006.
  • I. Sierocka, Participants of Employee Pension Plans, P and ZS No. 10/2003
  • I. Sierocka, Entering into an Inter-company Pension Agreement [in] Public Administration. National and International Studies. Research Bulletin of the Stanislaw Staszic College of Public Administration in Bialystok, No. 1/2006
  • I. Sierocka, Parties to the Workplace Pension Agreement, P and P No. 8/2005
  • I. Sierocka, Disposition in the Event of Death [in] Public Administration. National and International Studies. Research Bulletin of the Stanislaw Staszic College of Public Administration in Bialystok, No. 2/2007
  • I. Sierocka, Accessing the Employee Pension Plan [in] Studies on Labour Law and Social Policy, A. Świątkowski (ed.), Krakow, 2008
  • I. Sierocka, Registration of the Employee Pension Plan [in] Public Administration. National and International Studies. Research Bulletin of the Stanislaw Staszic College of Public Administration in Bialystok, No. 2/2008
  • I. Sierocka, Employee Pension Plans, Bialystok 2010
  • I. Sierocka, Employee representation in the Negotiations to Conclude a Workplace Pension Agreement [in:] Trade Union Representation of Workplace Employees, Z. Hain (ed.), Warsaw 2012
  • I. Sierocka, Accessing the Employee Pension Plan [in:] „3rd Pillar” – a Chance for a Better Future?, Warsaw 2012
  • Rzeczpospolita November 24, 2009
    “Formalities limit the possibilities for the insured employees to choose an insurer” – by Sławomir Koper
  • Rzeczpospolita September 17, 2009
    “Companies won’t get rid of non-compete agreements” – opinion by Daniel Książek
  • Rzeczpospolita April 2, 2009 r.
    “Companies shouldn’t suspend employee training” – quoted statement by Daniel Książek
  • Rzeczpospolita Febuary 27, 2009
    “Remedies for the Crisis” – quoted statement by Daniel Książek
  • Rzeczpospolita December 15, 2007
    “Half-time vs. full-time employment” – opinion by Daniel Książek
  • Rzeczpospolita December 8, 2007
    “Dismissal on disciplinary grounds better than a termination by mutual agreement” – quoted statement by Daniel Książek
  • Rzeczpospolita November 27, 2007
    “Doctors will be working only 13 hours” – quoted statement by Wojciech Bigaj
  • Rzeczpospolita November 24, 2007
    “An employee does not have to undergo training” – opinion by Daniel Książek
  • Rzeczpospolita November 12, 2007
    “Temporary raise may become permanent” – opinion by Andrzej Świątkowski
  • Rzeczpospolita September 28, 2007
    “The ban on working on holidays may be eluded” – opinion by Andrzej Świątkowski
  • Rzeczpospolita August 27, 2007
    “It is sometimes better to be dismissed than leave the company on friendly terms” – opinion by Andrzej Świątkowski
  • Rzeczpospolita August 11, 2007
    “Not everybody may sign a notice” – opinion by Wojciech Bigaj
  • Rzeczpospolita July 21, 2007
    “What to do, if you were given a notice” – opinion by Daniel Książek
  • Rzeczpospolita July 4, 2007
    “More money for doctors with no free time after their duties” – opinion by Andrzej Świątkowski
  • Rzeczpospolita June 23, 2007
    “A fee-for-task agreement instead of an employment contract, a car allowance instead of a raise” – opinion by Andrzej Świątkowski
  • Rzeczpospolita June 2, 2007
    “Employees in fight for higher pays” – quoted statement by Daniel Książek
  • Rzeczpospolita May 22, 2007
    “Virtual employees at Polish companies” – quoted statement by Daniel Książek
  • Rzeczpospolita May 16, 2007
    “Compensation for employees dismissed via e-mail will be indemnified” – opinion by Andrzej Świątkowski
  • Rzeczpospolita May 11, 2007
    “Serious consequences for an illegal protest action” – quoted statement by Daniel Książek
  • Bibliografia prac prof. dr. hab. Andrzeja Świątkowskiego za lata 1969-2009. Główna Biblioteka Pracy i Zabezpieczenia Społecznego: Warszawa, 2010.
  • Andrzej Marian Świątkowski “Soft international standards and hard national law on informing and consulting employees”. Informing and Consulting Employees in Polish Labour Law. Ed. A. Sobczyk. Kraków, publication co-financed from Friedrich Ebert Foundation and the Jagiellonian University. 2008.23-38.
  • Prof. dr hab. Krzysztof W. Baran, Daniel Książek Ph.D. Mediation procedures in labour and employment law cases.
  • Prof. dr hab. Krzysztof W. Baran Amicable resolutions in labour and employment law cases.
  • Aleksandra Grzesiak. „Educational Leave Scheme Re-Instituted with Changes After Court Invalidates Prior Regulations”. International Labor and Employment Law Committee Newsletter. American Bar Association. Listopad 2010.
  • Aleksandra Grzesiak. “When the company’s trade secret ceases to be secrete” Personel Plus. November 2010. 92-97.
  • Aleksandra Grzesiak. “Fathers Newly Entitled to Paternity Leave Under the Polish Labor Code”.International Labor and Employment Law Committee Newsletter. American Bar Association. Styczeń 2010.
  • Andrzej Marian Świątkowski. The Future of Labour Courts in Poland. W Archivum Iuridicum Cracoviense, XLII. Wydawnictwo Oddziału Polskiej Akademii Nauk w Krakowie: 2009.
  • Andrzej Marian Świątkowski. “Applying International Labour Organisation conventions and treaties of the Council of Europe by national labour courts”. Monitor Prawa Pracy. June 2008. 290-296.
  • Andrzej Marian Świątkowski, Marek Wandzel. „Terminating the employment of women at retirement age when that age is lower than the retirement age of their male counterparts constitutes indirect sex discrimination but not age discrimination”. European Employment Law Cases (EELC). Maj 2009.
  • Marek Wandzel “A new shape of justifications of discrimination after the amendment to the Labour Code” Monitor Prawa Pracy. May, 2009. 232-234.
    Andrzej Marian Świątkowski. “International prototype of telework”. Monitor Prawa Pracy. May 2008. 230-233.