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We advise multinational and national companies operating under the Costa Rican Free Trade Zone Regime and outside thereof, in all labor matters.


We provide legal advice to private companies in all regulatory and legal matters, including the preparation of contracts and labor regulations, the creation and implementation of adequate mechanisms for the resolution of labor conflicts and advice for the management of workers.


Employment contracts, oral or written, must ensure the interests of the organization, but also align with the fundamental rights of the worker, so it is important to take legal advice in the preparation and signing of employment contracts.


Our firm provides legal and Employment advice in search of a preventive strategic way to reduce the risk of labor litigation and improve the work climate within organizations.


Our lawyers have as main objective to collaborate closely with Human Resources departments to develop preventive legal strategies and ensure due compliance with labor laws in each of jurisdictions in our country.


We represent employers and employees in trials, and we offer legal advice on labor matters to avoid them. 


The following are some of the legal services offered by the Labor & Employment practice:


We provide Labor Law Counseling Services:

  1. Labor Risk Analysis

  2. Labor policies

  3. Labor compliance

  4. Labor litigation

  5. Labor structures and Contract Implementation.

  6. Creation of Internal Work Policies and Regulations (such as Sexual Harassment, Occupational Health Policies, Internal Disciplinary Policies, and Sanctioning Regimes)

  7. Advice to implement the regulation in Occupational Health

  8. Disciplinary Process Handling (in house measures)

  9. Consulting and general labor planning

  10. Compensation and benefits

  11. Structuring and review of expatriate labor policies

  12. Company labor training

  13. Administrative procedures in government institutions

  14. Resolution and conciliations of labor conflicts

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