Uganda’s employment law is constantly changing and requires an advocate to keep updating themselves with the legal developments in the field.
JByamukama & Co. Advocates provide advice on drafting and review of human resource policy manuals, employment and service contracts, and restrictive and confidentiality agreements.
We also handle pension matters, employer and employee representation in employment tribunals, disciplinary matters, labor relations and occupational health and safety, corporate restructurings and redundancies, collective terminations, employee rights and benefits, workman’s compensation.
Labor and employment law concerns the laws and regulations that govern relationships between employees and employers. Labor law governs the relationships between groups of employees, such as labor unions and their employers, while employment law governs the relationships between individual employees and their employers.
Practice areas in labor and employment law include representing employers in the private and public sectors, representing labor unions, representing individual employees, and working for federal and state regulatory agencies. Attorneys handle such matters as labor law, equal employment opportunity law, employment contracts, family and medical leave, military leave, wage and hour laws, wrongful discharge, harassment, workplace safety, covenants not to compete, employee benefits law, and workers’ compensation law.