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Our employment lawyers in Ghana are experienced in advising various clients on employment law related matters and assisting them in resolving labor/employment related issues. They are conversant with employment legislation and government labor policies. They draft employment contracts for all levels of employees and assist in the negotiation and settlement of collective bargaining agreement with trade union representatives. They have a track record of reducing their clients’ exposure to litigation and potential liability through the sound advice they give.

We represent clients in arbitration proceedings, in court, as well as before the National Labour Commission in matters involving issues relating to redundancies and the termination of the employment relationship generally, and the conduct of disciplinary proceedings.

We work with our clients locally, internationally and across borders. Our global reach and local knowledge means that we can partner with clients to help find solution and manage risk in relation to their employment, incentives and pensions, legal challenges and objectives.

Experience has included advising:

  • A company on the employment of contingent workers and in this regard advised on options for dealing with legacy issues, appropriate contracts for contingent workers and limits to their engagement and reviewed sample contracts of employment..
  • A Swiss global health-care company in connection with allegations of malpractices in relation to employees of its affiliate in Ghana and in this regard reviewed the Group’s code of conduct, employment policy and the Ghanaian company’s regulations, advised on the consistency of its investigation procedure and sanctions with Ghanaian law by identifying risks and provided advice on mitigation of such risks and termination of employment.
  • On the negotiation of a collective bargaining agreement on behalf of a corporate client in the telecommunications and technology business.
  • On the provision of legal support to HR departments of companies such as Hotel Investments Ghana Limited, ACS-BPS Ghana Limited, TeleTech as well as multinational companies in the mining industry.
  • An external company of a Turkish company in relation to an employment contract and employee handbook.
  • Goldfields Ghana Limited in a claim against it by 1000 persons for damages arising out of its operations.
  • A major natural resource company in a court action for judicial review brought against it by one of its former employees.
  • A multinational pharmaceutical company in on-going labor related ligation.
  • A multinational mining company in a number of ongoing labor related ligation matters.
  • A manufacturing company in a dispute to enforce a restrictive covenant contained in the employment contract of an expatriate employee.

Doing business in Uganda

In terms of the ease-of-doing-business environment, the 2019 Doing Business Report rates Uganda at 127 out of 190 countries, while the 2018 Global Competitiveness Index rates Uganda at 117 of 140 countries.

Doing business in Burundi

Various vehicles exist under Burundian law. In fact, a Burundian company is established by an agreement involving two or more shareholders who agree to share part of their property and their know how to perform one or more specified activities in order to share the profits or take advantage of the economy that may result.

Doing business in Ghana

In the World Bank’s ease of doing business (2020) Ghana scored 60.0 on a scale of 100 as compared to the regional average (Sub-Saharan) of 51.8.

Doing business in Mauritius

The global business segment of the Mauritius International Financial Centre provides convenience, fiscal efficiency and risk mitigation for companies engaged in international operations.

Doing business in Nigeria

Nigeria has a rich variety of business vehicles in Nigeria, ranging from business organisations formed by only a single individual to business organisations collectively owned by several people. These different structures are moulded to suit multiple business peculiarities, giving investors a wide latitude of business models.