Our labour law services

Our Law Office provides a full range of services to Clients in the field of labour law, both for employers and employees. This area of law requires outstanding expertise and training from the point of view of a lawyer, as the preparation of appropriate documents that satisfy the needs of the parties within the legal framework is extremely important in order to regulate the rights and obligations of the parties in the long run. 

Employment or mandate?

When examining a given legal relationship, it is first of all necessary to assess whether the legal relationship contains the criteria of a mandate and thus the provisions of civil law will govern it or it will be considered as an employment relationship, in which case the Labor law provisions will prevail.

First of all, this separation is very important because if we talk about a mandate, then according to the rules of the Civil Code, the parties have a co-ordinative relationship and the parties have the right to regulate their contracts as they wish with a few exception of the Civil Code (and obviously in the framework of other obligatory laws).

This freedom does not exist in employment relations to such an extent, as the employer and the employee are subject to a subordinate relationship. Due to this circumstance, the legislator included a significant number of provisions in the legislation when drafting the relevant legislation in order to protect the “weaker” party, ie the employee, from which it is not possible to derogate to the detriment of the employee. This is because employers have a greater resource than employees, which justifies the protection of employees.

Labour contract

The labour contract is the most important document of the employment relationship, which settles the rights of the parties within the legal framework, as it will regulate the time spent in the workplace and can help to avoid or settle future disputes.

When drafting labour contracts, we consider it a priority for both employers and employees to conclude a labour contract that meets the legal requirements and sets out in detail the needs, rights and obligations of the parties.

Termination of employment

The termination of the employment relationship can bring significant changes in the life of the parties, therefore the examination of its legality is very important in all cases.

In the event that an unlawful termination is made, it may result in a large amount of compensation, therefore we consider it necessary to involve a specialist in order to check the legality of the termination and to evaluate the possibilities arising from it.

In addition, knowing the exact regulations regarding termination is important for both employers and employees in order to avoid the consequences of improper termination.

Use of our services

If you have any questions about your employment, our staff is at your disposal to reach a solution as quickly and professionally as possible. You can contact us using the contact form at the bottom of the page.

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contact information

  • Name: Magyar Ügyvédi Iroda (Magyar Law Office)
  • Email: office@magyarugyvediiroda.hu
  • Phone: +36 1 333 55 99
  • Representative: dr. Sándor Magyar Attorney at Law
  • Contact address: 14 Horvát Street, 1027 Budapest (Bázis Office Center)
  • Seat: 37 Stefánia Street, 1143 Budapest
  • Budapest Bar Association's registration number: 571
  • EU VAT Number: HU18097364


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