Ginny Castillo, with 6 years of experience in corporate and labor law, has advised local and international companies regarding issues related to employers' obligations that regulates Guatemalan legislation and drafting of documents for labor contingencies. She has also participated in the negotiation table of collective agreements on working conditions, and at the negotiating table in front of cooperatives, solidarist associations, and other labor organizations, helping the clients with all the process of negotiation, drafting, formalization and registry of the collective agreements.
Her focus has been to develop preventive mechanisms that allow mitigation of the labor contingencies of any company, achieving in addition the faithful compliance with local and international labor regulations, as well as documenting the beginnings, modifications and terminations of a working relationship, and the design of customized labor restructuring processes.
The job counseling, she provide today can be stated as follows:
Internal labor legal audit, legal labor audit for use of transactions and verification of contingencies, preparation of manuals that integrate corporate policies with the current legal provisions, preventive and reactive advice, counsel in labor litigation, documentation of all phases of an employment relationship (initiation, modification, development, termination)
Design, planning and accompaniment in the execution of personnel management policies; design and development of disciplinary regimes and internal labor regulations that validate it, audit and accompaniment in the implementation of occupational health and safety policies and obtaining migratory and labor permits so that foreign personnel can work freely within the country, also training of human resources personnel.
In addition to her daily practice, during her professional career she has had the opportunity to advise in cases concerning mergers, acquisitions, foreign and domestic investment, daily advice to companies engaged in the industry of mass and industrial consumption.