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Corporate Counsel - Employee Relations The candidate responds to employee relations issues according to applicable laws, as well as relevant company policy. Ensures that legal and regulatory requirements are met to minimize risk and exposure to liability for the organization. Anticipates and identifies complex issues presented by management and/or employees. Analyzes all risks presented and develops recommendations for coordinated human resource solutions. Facilitates resolution of employee concerns, including negotiation of formal settlement agreements. Responds to and defends government claims (i.e., EEOC charges, wage and hour investigations, etc.). Responds to current and former employee complaints presented through private attorneys. Assists with investigations and multi-forum complaints and grievance matters, including Whistleblower/Internal Audit, Equal Opportunity, and Title IX, and coordinates with internal and external resources on litigation and pre-litigation matters. Assists counsel with all phases of litigation coordination, including the development of the strategic direction of the case and settlement strategies. Produces discovery documents and acts as liaison with company witnesses. Participates as corporate representative/witness in mediations, hearings and trials. Formulates and manages litigation strategy. Occasional out-of-town overnight travel to attend mediations and trials and as otherwise may be necessary. Other relevant duties as assigned.

The candidate should have solid undergraduate and law school academic credentials. Juris Doctor (JD) Degree and experience as an attorney and 10 years of targeted experience and knowledge of labor/employment law, including applicable state and federal laws, court decisions regarding employment-related matters. Strong organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills to conduct analysis and develop recommendations. Advanced knowledge of ER function and other subject areas of human resources. Advanced knowledge of organization policies and procedures; excellent understanding of the functional area and how work affects other areas in Human Resources and the organization. Demonstrated skills to provide guidance and support to HRBPs. Demonstrated skills and abilities in leading management in the areas of conflict and change management. Proven ability to exercise excellent judgment. Understanding of the principles related to management, supervision and leadership to provide expert-level advice and counsel. Effective written and oral communication skills. Ability to travel domestically as needed, perhaps as much as 10-15% of time in some periods. In-house or law firm experience is a must. Excellent knowledge of employment laws and civil litigation practice. Ability to work and collaborate well with other attorneys and paralegals in a fast-paced environment. Expertise in California employment law.

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