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WEBINAR | Human rights in a non-financial report

June 25, 2020 | 11:00-12:30 | Online meeting

Together with the Polish Association of Listed Companies (SEG), we invite you to a webinar dedicated to, among others:

  • The idea of non-financial reporting, with particular emphasis on reporting policy applied in terms of respect for human rights and its results
  • Human rights concept
  • Human rights and employees' rights
  • The assumptions and objectives of the listed company’s policy regarding respect for human rights, taking into account the compliance system
  • Examples of declarations regarding non-financial information

Who should be interested in the event?

The event is dedicated to people responsible for relations with investors, communication, CSR and the environment in listed companies.

Date: June 30, 2020
Time: 11:00-12:30
Language: Polish
More information and registration at SEG website

Agenda

11: 00-11: 05 Opening

11: 05-11: 20 The idea of non-financial reporting, with particular emphasis on reporting policy applied in respect of human rights and its results

Piotr Biernacki, Vice President of the Board, the Polish Association of Listed Companies
Katarzyna Sarek-Sadurska, Attorney-at-law, Partner, Raczkowski 

11: 20-11: 35 The concept of human rights

Magdalena Raczek-Kołodyńska, Vice President of the Board, the Polish Association of Listed Companies
Dominika Dörre-Kolasa, Attorney-at-law, Partner, Raczkowski 

11: 35-11: 55 Human rights and employees' rights

Piotr Biernacki, Vice President of the Board, the Polish Association of Listed Companies
Dominika Dörre-Kolasa, Attorney-at-law, Partner, Raczkowski 

11: 55-12: 15 The assumptions and objectives of the listed company’s policy regarding respect for human rights, taking into account the compliance system

Magdalena Raczek-Kołodyńska, Vice President of the Board, the Polish Association of Listed Companies
Katarzyna Sarek-Sadurska, Attorney-at-law, Partner, Raczkowski 

12: 15-12: 30 Discussion of sample declarations regarding non-financial information

Piotr Biernacki, Vice President of the Board, the Polish Association of Listed Companies
Katarzyna Sarek-Sadurska, Attorney-at-law, Partner, Raczkowski 

Speakers

Attorney-at-law, PhD, partner heading the firm’s Krakow office. Head of Department of Personal data protection. In her practice as a legal advisor she has more than ten years of experience in providing business consulting services for international corporations and small and medium enterprises. Renowned specialist in labour law and the protection of personal rights in employment with a special focus on mobbing, discrimination and personal data protection.
For many years she was a partner in a reputable law firm offering legal services in the area of labour law.  She has many years of experience in creating projects of intra-company sources of law and negotiating their implementation with trade unions, running compliance audits in line with the legal requirements and business ethics and implementing the ensuing recommendations.
For more than a decade she has been an Adjunct Professor in the Chair of Labour Law and Social Policy at the Jagiellonian University and a well-regarded lecturer among students at the Jagiellonian University’s Post-Graduate Courses of Study in Labour Law where she lectures on personal data protection in employment, discrimination and selected aspects of collective labour law.
She is the author of several tens of publications regarding labour law. During the last two years she co-authored Commentary to the Labour Code edited by Prof. dr hab. A. Sobczyk, and published by C.H. Beck (2017), Commentary to Labour Law Implementing Acts edited by Prof. dr hab. Krzysztof W. Baran, and published by Wolters Kluwer (2016) and a monograph on Fixed-term Employment Contracts, Current Employment-Related Problems published by Wolters Kluwer (2017). She is the co-author of Volume I of the Labour Law System (2017) and a co-author of the Outline of the Polish Labour Law System (editor), Krzysztof W. Baran Warsaw 2016.
She is the editor and a co-author of the monograph entitled Employee Personal Data Protection in light of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, published by C.H. Beck (2017).
She acts as a consultant to legal magazines.
She has extensive experience in training. From the outset of her professional practice, she has been passionate about her commitment to deliver training sessions and workshops for managers and training sessions and workshops for members of anti-mobbing commissions.

Attorney-at-law / Partner / Head of the Remuneration Practice in the Financial and Public Companies Sectors

Katarzyna has extensive experience in individual and collective labour law. She represents clients in court proceedings. She has conducted many sensitive internal investigations.

She specialises in developing remuneration policies, mainly for financial institutions and listed companies. She advises supervisory boards and corporate groups on all aspects related to hiring and dismissing senior executives.

Her clients include listed companies, banks, brokerage houses and investment funds. She also advises clients from the media and manufacturing industries.

She cooperates with many industry associations, including the Polish Chamber of Brokerage Houses (IDM), the Polish Bank Association (ZBP), and the Polish Association of Listed Companies (SEG).

She is the author of numerous publications on labour law with a particular emphasis on remuneration regulations in regulated industries. A propagator of going Paperless in a HR domestic programme, and document digitization in business.