Dr Eliza Maniewska, Doctor of Law, graduate of the Faculty of Philosophy and the Faculty of Law and Administration at Warsaw University. Since 1998, she has been employed in the Supreme Court, currently as a member of the Supreme Court Studies and Analysis Office. In 2007 she passed the judicial exam with a very good result; entered on the list of legal advisers. From 2018, a lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw in the Department of Labour Law and
The study discusses the judgment of the Supreme Court on requirements (periods) entitling to obtain the right to a military old age pension in the context of an offense crime by the entitled person during service. It is problematic to include this period in this internship. This issue was related to the issue of leading principles (methods) for the interpretation of social insurance law.
The study discusses the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court regarding the possibility of an employer challenging the rights of trade unions operating at his establishment.
The study discusses the position of the Supreme Court with regard to the interpretation of Article 5a of the Farmers' Social Insurance Act, taking into account the need to deviate from the rigor of linguistic interpretation in favor of an interpretation that takes into account the principle of proportionality, protection of the individual's trust in the state and the law it enacts, and the state's loyalty to citizens.
The subject of the study is the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court linted to the nature of legal norms regulating working time limits for disabled people.
Reorganization in the public sector has long been accompanied by the institution of the ex lege expiration of labour relations of its employees. It was the subject of analyzes not only of the doctrine of labour law, but also of judicial decisions, including the jurisprudence of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal. Recently, the legislator uses this institution particularly often. At the same time, it is accompanied by such a way of using it in practice, which raises doubts from the point of view of maintaining standards in force in labor law with regard to the durability of the employment relationship and the prohibition of arbitrary selection of employees for dismissal. This study is devoted to the case law of the Polish Supreme Court dedicated to this issue.
The author analisis the problem of the scope of the labour inspector's legal procedure's standing to bring lawsuit for determination — Article 631 of Polish Civil Procedure Code, which problem is disputed both in literature and in practice. She presents extensive arguments in support of the thesis, that the labour inspector is not entitled to bring actions for determining the content of the employment relationship or law-establishing facts related to this relationship. The author focuses mainly on demonstrating the lack of a legal interest of the inspector in such a determination, assuming that demonstrating a legal interest is a premise of any action for determination (Article 189 of Polish Civil Procedure Code).
The author presents the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court in relation to the issue of the right of an employee with whom the employment relationship was terminated without notice without his fault to re-employment with the same employer.
The article concerns the first instance court's possibility - introduced from the November 7, 2019 - to impose on the employer in the judgment reinstatementing an employee to work, the obligation to continue to emploi an employee until the final termination of the proceedings on employee's request (Article 4772 para. 2 of the C.C.P.). Imposing this obligation is called by the authors "temporary reinstatement". The effect of temporary reinstatement to work is the rising again of the employment relationship with the same content as before its termination by the employer. The employment relationship thus created ceases expires in the moment of the final completion of the proceedings regarding the employee's claim for reinstatement to work or as a result of legal events provided for in the Labor Code. The authors approve this regulation and analyze the resulting legal problems and postulate the most frequent use of temporary reinstatement of employees by the courts as often as possible.
The author presents the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court on the issue of terminating the non-competition agreement after termination of the employment relationship before the date for which it was concluded. Particular attention is paid to the judgment of February 20, 2020, in which the Supreme Court allowed the conclusion of this agreement on suspensive condition.
The author discusses the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court regarding the change of the demand from reinstatement to work to compensation and vice versa, with particular emphasis on the judgment of February 11, 2020, I PK 243/18.
The author presents the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court with regard to the issue of formal defectiveness of termination of an employment contract with notice or its termination without notice by the employee.
The author describes a judgment of the Supreme Court related to legal basis of medical rescuer's employment, which indicating the performing of this job should be based on the employment relationship because of his nature.
The author presents the latest view of the Polish Supreme Court with regard to being subject to compulsory social insurance by a person who, being completely incapacitated, is employed under the conditions set out in Article 22 § 1 of the Labour Code.
The author reports the case law of the Supreme Court regarding the problem which of the ways to
terminate the employment relationship should be classified as a dismissal within the meaning of art.
1 of the Act on group redundancies, and as a consequence, how to correctly calculate the number of
employees covered by redundancies in order to determine whether the redundancies are of a group
nature and it is necessary to apply the procedure regulated in art. 2–4 of the Act. In this context, it
focuses on the termination of the employment relationship after the notice to change terms of work
The author refers broadly to the case-law, including the latest judicature of the Polish Supreme Court regarding the interpretation of the term 'basic employee duty' within the meaning of Article 52 para. 1 point 1 of the Labour Code.
The author refers to the latest decision of the Supreme Court (judgment in case I UK 194/128), in which the Court emphasized the legitimacy of the position according to which the subject of social insurance due to employment in Poland of citizens of countries from outside the EU is not determined by the nature of the document authorizing Poland but the fact of permanent residence on the territory of the Republic of Poland.
On February 22, 2016, the institution of exemption from the duty to perform work during the notice period was introduced into the universal labour law. The author presents the first judgment of the Supreme Court, which more broadly referred to this regulation.
Autorka referuje najnowszy judykat Sądu Najwyższego (wyrok w sprawie III PK 50/18), w którym po części zakwestionowano prawidłowość poglądów przyjmowanych w dotychczasowym orzecznictwie odnośnie do relacji między zasadą równego traktowania i zasadą niedyskryminacji pracowników oraz podstaw prawnych i charakteru prawnego odszkodowania z tytułu ich naruszenia.
The author reports the case-law of the Supreme Court regarding the issue of remuneration of overtime work in the case of shortening working time below the standards set out in art. 129 § 1 of Labour Code and towards part-time employees.
Dr Eliza Maniewska, Doctor of Law, graduate of the Faculty of Philosophy and the Faculty of Law and Administration at Warsaw University. Since 1998, she has been employed in the Supreme Court, currently as a member of the Supreme Court Studies and Analysis Office. In 2007 she passed the judicial exam with a very good result; entered on the list of legal advisers. From 2018, a lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw in the Department of Labour Law and Social Policy. Author of many publications in the field of labour law and constitutional law. Co-author — together with SSN Kazimierz Jaśkowski (currently retired) — Commentary on the Labour Code, which has 11 editions.