Nadja Glock studied law at the Technical University in Dresden. During her studies, she focused on labour and social law. During her traineeship, she worked at the German University of Administrative Sciences in Speyer and in the legal department of the Association of Metal and Electrical Companies in Hesse (Verband der Metall- und Elektrounternehmen Hessen e. V.) in Frankfurt. (HESSENMETALL) in Frankfurt am Main.
After her second state law examination in 2000, she spent a year abroad in Oxford, United Kingdom.
Since 2002 she has been advising and representing UVF member companies in all matters of labour and social law. Her work focuses on negotiations with works councils, e.g. at conciliation boards, and on negotiating (in-house) collective agreements with trade unions.
Ms. Glock represents our member companies in all three instances of the labour and social courts.
She is also active as a speaker at labour law events.
Ms. Glock has been an honorary judge at the Frankfurt Labour Court since 2003.
Effective, competent and comprehensive advice
In addition to professionalism and effectiveness, we value individual, comprehensive support. We provide you with a personal contact person who knows your company very well and can therefore advise you particularly closely on what is happening in the company.
Our demands on ourselves are in particular:
• quick accessibility and
• timely personal appointments with us or with you on site.
We have a holistic consulting approach and consider not only the legal but also the economic aspects of our member companies.