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Employment Counsel

Cambridge MA Employment Counsel Duties: Handle facets of HR legal support, including counseling and advising HR on investigations, performance management and discipline, leave and disability issues, recruitment and hiring, harassment and discrimination, training, benefits and compensation, affirmative action plans, mergers and acquisitions, contingent workforce issues, restructuring and overall HR compliance. will also handle employment litigation and manage outside counsel, and advise on and anticipate developments in employment law and regulations. Will report to the Vice President, Chief Employment Counsel, of the Company; level commensurate with experience.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school and license to practice law in Massachusetts (or another state, with the ability to gain admission in MA). 10 years of relevant employment law work experience, including in-house and at top tier law-firm. Experience in multicultural environments and exposure to international employment issues preferred. Thorough knowledge of Massachusetts and federal employment and benefits laws, and familiarity with other state employment and benefits laws. Experience with litigating employment disputes, including agency as well as state and federal court cases. Strong interpersonal, decision making and communication skills. Ability to effectively collaborate with and provide strategic counsel to HR, and to work independently.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Senior Counsel, Employment

Phoenix AZ Senior Counsel, Employment The candidate will provide day-to-day legal advice and counseling on a broad range of employment issues, including hiring, compensation and benefits, wage and hour, government audits, HR practices, performance management, terminations, and others as requested. Oversee employment litigation working closely with the Companys litigation group, including responding to subpoenas, handling EEOC charges and state-level equivalent charges, Department of Labor issues, government inquiries, and workers compensation claims. Conduct and/or support internal and external investigations of complaints concerning violation of Company policies, laws and regulations. Monitor and interpret changes to and trends in government and legislative matters at the federal, state, and local level related to employment law issues. Determine company impact and advise legal management accordingly. Recommend and implement specific company responses to changes in governmental and legislative policies. Conduct legal research and draft corresponding documents and memos. Provide legal interpretations of laws and regulations. Draft and review legal documents and review proposed transactions to ensure maximum benefit to the corporation and minimum risk. Draft internal policies and assist with monitoring policy compliance. Render assistance and counsel to other departments, as assigned, on the meaning and application of the companys policies and procedures to ensure compliance with applicable law and consistency with company philosophy and goals. Research and evaluate risks relative to operational policies and processes. Assist HR in periodic review of employment-related policies and procedures. Perform independent special projects of a legal and confidential nature for the department or company, as assigned.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Member of a state Bar in good standing and eligible to register as in-house counsel in state of residence is essential. Must have 7-10 years' experience and demonstrated competence as a practicing attorney in employment law. Experience working with Employee Relations and HR as a partner and resource is needed. Direct experience with employment-related laws concerning discrimination, harassment, compensation, benefits, accommodations/ leaves of absence, union/labor relations implications and workplace safety is essential.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-06-24

Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance

Rutherford NJ Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance The candidate will be supporting the Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Employment, and Assistant General Counsel, Digital and Compliance, on various employment and compliance related initiatives, including fielding and resolving day to day inquiries from HR, managing and conducting ethics and compliance training, conducting investigations into ethics complaints, and supporting the Legal Department with other projects and initiatives. Will provide guidance and support to Human Resources with everyday questions and issues (e.g., FMLA, ADA, leaves of absence, wage & hour; employee relations issues, etc.). Investigates and recommends resolution for internal complaints, including those raised though the Companys reporting hotline. Keeps current on ever changing state and federal laws related to the employee/employer relationship (e.g., paid sick leave; prior wage history; criminal history inquiries; etc.), and informs and counsels Human Resources on same. Develops and conducts live training on various topics including harassment; cultural sensitivity; business ethics; etc. Manages reporting hotline and online ethics and compliance training program. Audits compliance with company processes and training initiatives. Assists on ethics and risk management reporting to global headquarters. Collaborates with Human Resources to provide updates to Companys employee handbook and other policies and procedures. Drafts and negotiates employment related agreements, and assists with contract review/negotiation for other commercial agreements as needed.

The candidate must have 3-5 years law firm or in-house counsel experience, with focus on employment law, investigations, and compliance. Should have Law Degree. Must have Bar Admission. Must possess organizational, oral and written communication skills, and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-06-24

Associate General Counsel - Employment Law

Mission Viejo CA Associate General Counsel - Employment Law Responsibilities: Advise HR department, field personnel, and workers compensation resources in a broad range of employment matters, including recruiting, hiring, benefits, compensation, employee relations, discipline, terminations, harassment, discrimination, disability, wage and hour compliance, and strategies for managing risk around employment matters. Perform all aspects of federal and state administrative agency (e.g., DFEH, EEOC, DOL, etc.) dispute process from start to finish, including investigation, drafting position statements, and attending mediations. Serve as the front line of defense in all pre-litigation employment matters, including demand letter response and communication with opposing counsel. Manage employment litigation and strategize with outside counsel in relation to same. Prepare and conduct employment law training programs for human resources and leadership in the client facilities/agencies. Communicate clearly, concisely and professionally with all levels of management regarding complex employment legal issues. Work in a fast-paced environment and juggle multiple priorities. Travel as needed, currently estimated as 35% or less.

Qualifications: Law degree with a license to practice in the State of California. 5-7 years of employment law experience, either as in-house counsel or in a law firm setting. Healthcare law experience preferred. Experience in managing and responding to employment claims, including but not limited to allegations filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (and state equivalents), Department of Labor Standards Enforcement, Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Program, and other similar agencies. Expert knowledge of US labor and employment laws and legal issues, including but not limited to FEHA, Title VII, ADA, ADEA, NLRA, FMLA, and FLSA compliance. Proficient in writing and training.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-06-24

Employment Counsel

San Francisco CA Employment Counsel The candidate will provide practical and thoughtful legal advice in a wide range of areas, including human resources, recruiting, employee relations, internal investigations, compensation and benefits, employee and human resource policies, immigration and hiring best practices. Will develop, implement, and advise on employment handbooks, policies and procedures. Support firms People & Culture team on complicated hires, employee terminations, performance management, compensation, investigations, accommodations, reorganizations, and other employment-related matters. Manage and drive strategy on pre-litigation and litigation matters. Manage outside counsel and act as liaison to business teams on immigration, investigations, litigation and other employment related matters. Advise on diversity & inclusion programs; compensation issues, employee benefits, and contingent workforce challenges. Conduct manager and human resources training. Negotiate the agreements the firm's People & Culture team needs to support our employees such as HR and benefit management services, employee wellness and workplace culture activities. Draft and revise offer letters, separation agreements, and other employment-related documents. Develop creative approaches to managing legal risks and resolving disputes.

The candidate should have JD degree from top law school; admitted to the Bar. Must have 5+ years handling employment and human resources issues, preferably both in-house and at a law firm. Must have experience with California employment law. Must have experience with international issues (particularly Ireland) is a plus, but not required. Experience providing legal training and guidance to human resources and recruiting teams is required. Experience in conducting employment-related investigations and litigation is required. Experience with immigration process and on boarding employees is required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-22

Senior Counsel, Employment

San Jose CA Senior Counsel, Employment The candidate provide advice and counsel to management and People team professionals on a broad range of employment issues including: recruiting; hiring; employee relations; discipline and terminations; internal investigations; leaves of absence; wage and hour compliance; EEO compliance; restrictive covenants; and contingent worker issues. Advise on complex/sensitive employee relations matters and help resolve matters through pre-dispute resolution and/or positioning the company for potential employment litigation. Draft and negotiate employment, settlement and termination agreements. Review and provide guidance on drafting and development of HR policies and procedures globally. Provide guidance to internal investigators on internal HR/compliance investigations. Defend, supervise and manage employment-related claims and litigation, including managing outside counsel and responding to administrative charges, complaints, attorney s letters, settlement demands and claims globally. Negotiate appropriate resolutions to claims and other pending matters. Assist in developing, implementing, improving and reviewing legal compliance projects and training. Assist with preparing or conducting training programs. Assist and support all aspects of PayPal s M&A activities relates to employment matters. Provide advice and counsel in the area of global mobility and immigration matters. Must have In-depth knowledge of employment law gained from law firm or in-house experience (combination preferred). Experience representing companies in employment law matters before state and federal agencies/courts is required. Must have 6+ years of experience practicing either in-house (or in an equivalent setting) or at a reputable law firm. Juris Doctor or equivalent degree. Admitted to/member of a state bar is required. Must have excellent knowledge of federal and state employment laws and regulations (including ADA, ADEA, FMLA, CFRA, FLSA, etc.) with a particular emphasis on California employment law. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-21

Assistant Employment Counsel

Charlotte NC Assistant Employment Counsel The candidate will provide responsibilities include: Provide counseling and support for human resources and recruiting organizations, as well as general employment law support, including: Provide advice and strategic support to HR Business Partners, Employee Relations Partners, and business leaders on employee terminations, performance management, investigations, accommodations, reorganizations, and other employment-related matters. Collaborate with other attorneys on the team with respect to advice and counseling provided to HR and other cross-functional partners. Coordinate and drive completion of employment related projects, including internal process reviews, new policy roll-outs and implementation and training programs. Draft and edit employment related documents, correspondence, agreements and processes. Develop creative approaches to managing legal risks and resolving disputes. Manage and drive strategy on pre-litigation and litigation matters. Must have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Must have 5+ years of experience in labor and employment law, in-house experience is preferred. Must have experience with state and federal employment law and advising and counseling clients on such laws. Must have employment litigation experience and experience coordinating and driving projects to completion (including litigation). Must have North Carolina Bar membership. Must have experience with California employment law. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-20

Employment And Benefits Counsel

Corning NY Employment And Benefits Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Advises and represents the Corporation and its subsidiaries in a broad range of labor, employment, and compensation and benefits matters. Counsels on a broad range of labor and employment matters for a global Fortune 500 employer. Direct responsibility for matters within the US, indirect/oversight responsibility for matters outside the US. Counsels on matters pertaining to both union and non-unionized workforce. Provides responsive and timely legal advice to internal clients, including senior management, human resources and labor relations professionals, on broad range of labor and employment law issues, including discipline, duty to bargain, ADA, FMLA, absence/leave laws, wage & hour regulations, etc. Partners with the Litigation Center of Excellence on administrative matters and hearings before federal and state agencies. Partners with the Litigation Center of Excellence team in federal and state court cases, including litigation strategy, court appearances, depositions, and motion practice. Works strategically with senior business and HR partners to provide advice and support on discipline and termination decisions, HR initiatives, internal investigations, complaint resolution and corporate policies. Provides training to HR staff and general employees on a variety of topics, including non-discrimination/EEO practices, harassment, Code of Conduct, etc. Provides counsel to Compensation and Benefits Center of Excellence on a broad range of compensation and benefits matters relating to ERISA, qualified pension and 401k plans, executive compensation, nonqualified deferred compensation, plan design, health and welfare plans, mergers and acquisitions and fiduciary responsibility. Provides regular training to fiduciaries and benefits staff on a variety of topics, including fiduciary responsibilities and legislative and regulatory updates. Maintains awareness of legal developments in relevant jurisdictions, provides updates internally, and works to implement necessary changes to policies/practices. Evaluates both legal and business risks of legally acceptable alternatives and implements solutions. Reports directly to the Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer. Should have 7-10 years of legal experience representing employers in employment law matters (including employment litigation) and employee compensation and benefits. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school. Tax LLM a plus. Must be Member in good standing of at least one State Bar. Should have experience handling labor and employment matters, including client counseling, policy creation and administration, internal investigations, and responding to various claims and charges. Familiarity with federal and state employment law required. Experience in building consensus needed. Must have experience with affirmative action work, including OFCCP audits. Experience representing New York employers desired. Broad experience with complex benefits issues in large fortune 500 Corporation is a plus. Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-06-20

Corporate Counsel, Labor And Employment

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel, Labor and Employment The candidate will focus on advice and counseling, as well as managing the defense of litigation, related to compliance with wage and hour laws. Advice and counseling in general labor and employment issues such as those relating to discrimination, disability accommodation, hiring, performance management and discharge, wrongful termination, employee privacy, non-compete agreements, protection of trade secrets, union organizing campaigns, and other relevant labor and employment issues. Manage litigation, government agency investigations, proactive training, and administrative charges as well as assess, select, and supervise outside counsel. Work actively with internal clients in the Human Resources Department and requires the ability to travel and work extended hours when necessary. Must have 7+ years of legal experience. J.D. degree and membership in good standing in one state bar is required. A mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience is preferred. Experience with complex and class action wage and hour employment litigation is preferred. Experience with large hourly populations is preferred. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-19

Senior Counsel - Employment

Plano TX Senior Counsel - Employment Duties: Function as an employment and employee benefits matter expert. Stay current with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements. Provide practical and sound legal advice and counsel to Human Resources and management on all legal issues concerning the employer/employee relationship in the U.S. and Canada, including but not limited to hiring, employee relations, leaves of absence, performance management, discrimination, harassment, wage and hour, immigration, non-competes and other restrictive covenants, termination, reductions-in-force, separation agreements, compensation, benefits, diversity and learning and development. Advice and counsel will be on day-to-day issues occurring in the field operations as well as strategic and systemic initiatives. Provide legal advice to the Human Resource employee benefits group, including but not limited to review and revise health and welfare SPDs, notices, and annual enrollment materials for compliance with legal requirements; support Human Resources on ERISA fiduciary and retirement benefit issues; and Develops and maintains core competencies on field operations business practices. Regularly visits field operations and works onsite as needed. Develop, draft and negotiate comprehensive employment, consulting, separation and settlement contracts and agreements. Respond on behalf of KDP to attorney letters and agency matters, including charges and government-initiated inquiries and audits. Draft responses; interview and prepare witnesses; engage with agency personnel and outside counsel. Working closely with HR and management, direct and coordinate employment-related investigations; make recommendations regarding appropriate corrective action. Develop and conduct training for HR, management, and employees. Develop, strengthen and sustain productive and collaborative working relationships with HR personnel, management and staff. Participate on departmental teams to improve process, efficiency, developmental and engagement efforts.

Requirements: Law degree from an ABA accredited law school and licensed to practice law in at least one state. 8+ years of experience practicing employment law (counseling), in-house employment counsel experience required, preferably for a large company with sites in multiple states. Strong command of employment laws, regulations and best practices (including ADA, FLSA, Title VII, ADEA, state FEP statutes, Canadian employment laws, ERISA and FLSA); a passion for the subject that fosters continuous improvement and ongoing subject matter expertise. Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with clients, external entities and counsel. Excellent written and oral communications, client relations, organizational, leadership and project management skills; business acumen; razor-sharp attention to detail and accuracy. Excellent analytical skills and the ability to present findings and persuasively render diplomatic, practical, creative and at all times compliant advice in a timely fashion. Ability to organize and prioritize tasks, to handle high-pressure situations and short deadlines. Integrity of the highest order, optimistic outlook and unflappable demeanor. Team player and strong partner orientation. Ability to apply knowledge of multidisciplinary business principles and practices to achieve successful outcomes in cross-functional projects and activities. Performs other duties as requested by management.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-17
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Employment Counsel
Refer job# NZCP144690
 
Employment Counsel Duties: Handle facets of HR legal support, including counseling and advising HR on investigations, performance management and discipline, leave and disability issues, recruitment and hiring, harassment and discrimination, training, benefits and compensation, affirmative action plans, mergers and acquisitions, contingent workforce issues, restructuring and overall HR compliance. will also handle employment litigation and manage outside counsel, and advise on and anticipate developments in employment law and regulations. Will report to the Vice President, Chief Employment Counsel, of the Company; level commensurate with experience.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school and license to practice law in Massachusetts (or another state, with the ability to gain admission in MA). 10 years of relevant employment law work experience, including in-house and at top tier law-firm. Experience in multicultural environments and exposure to international employment issues preferred. Thorough knowledge of Massachusetts and federal employment and benefits laws, and familiarity with other state employment and benefits laws. Experience with litigating employment disputes, including agency as well as state and federal court cases. Strong interpersonal, decision making and communication skills. Ability to effectively collaborate with and provide strategic counsel to HR, and to work independently.
 
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Senior Counsel, Employment
Refer job# RLXU144714
 
Senior Counsel, Employment The candidate will provide day-to-day legal advice and counseling on a broad range of employment issues, including hiring, compensation and benefits, wage and hour, government audits, HR practices, performance management, terminations, and others as requested. Oversee employment litigation working closely with the Companys litigation group, including responding to subpoenas, handling EEOC charges and state-level equivalent charges, Department of Labor issues, government inquiries, and workers compensation claims. Conduct and/or support internal and external investigations of complaints concerning violation of Company policies, laws and regulations. Monitor and interpret changes to and trends in government and legislative matters at the federal, state, and local level related to employment law issues. Determine company impact and advise legal management accordingly. Recommend and implement specific company responses to changes in governmental and legislative policies. Conduct legal research and draft corresponding documents and memos. Provide legal interpretations of laws and regulations. Draft and review legal documents and review proposed transactions to ensure maximum benefit to the corporation and minimum risk. Draft internal policies and assist with monitoring policy compliance. Render assistance and counsel to other departments, as assigned, on the meaning and application of the companys policies and procedures to ensure compliance with applicable law and consistency with company philosophy and goals. Research and evaluate risks relative to operational policies and processes. Assist HR in periodic review of employment-related policies and procedures. Perform independent special projects of a legal and confidential nature for the department or company, as assigned.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Member of a state Bar in good standing and eligible to register as in-house counsel in state of residence is essential. Must have 7-10 years' experience and demonstrated competence as a practicing attorney in employment law. Experience working with Employee Relations and HR as a partner and resource is needed. Direct experience with employment-related laws concerning discrimination, harassment, compensation, benefits, accommodations/ leaves of absence, union/labor relations implications and workplace safety is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance
Refer job# SLTX144720
 
Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance The candidate will be supporting the Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Employment, and Assistant General Counsel, Digital and Compliance, on various employment and compliance related initiatives, including fielding and resolving day to day inquiries from HR, managing and conducting ethics and compliance training, conducting investigations into ethics complaints, and supporting the Legal Department with other projects and initiatives. Will provide guidance and support to Human Resources with everyday questions and issues (e.g., FMLA, ADA, leaves of absence, wage & hour; employee relations issues, etc.). Investigates and recommends resolution for internal complaints, including those raised though the Companys reporting hotline. Keeps current on ever changing state and federal laws related to the employee/employer relationship (e.g., paid sick leave; prior wage history; criminal history inquiries; etc.), and informs and counsels Human Resources on same. Develops and conducts live training on various topics including harassment; cultural sensitivity; business ethics; etc. Manages reporting hotline and online ethics and compliance training program. Audits compliance with company processes and training initiatives. Assists on ethics and risk management reporting to global headquarters. Collaborates with Human Resources to provide updates to Companys employee handbook and other policies and procedures. Drafts and negotiates employment related agreements, and assists with contract review/negotiation for other commercial agreements as needed.

The candidate must have 3-5 years law firm or in-house counsel experience, with focus on employment law, investigations, and compliance. Should have Law Degree. Must have Bar Admission. Must possess organizational, oral and written communication skills, and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Employment Law
Refer job# YTYQ144721
 
Associate General Counsel - Employment Law Responsibilities: Advise HR department, field personnel, and workers compensation resources in a broad range of employment matters, including recruiting, hiring, benefits, compensation, employee relations, discipline, terminations, harassment, discrimination, disability, wage and hour compliance, and strategies for managing risk around employment matters. Perform all aspects of federal and state administrative agency (e.g., DFEH, EEOC, DOL, etc.) dispute process from start to finish, including investigation, drafting position statements, and attending mediations. Serve as the front line of defense in all pre-litigation employment matters, including demand letter response and communication with opposing counsel. Manage employment litigation and strategize with outside counsel in relation to same. Prepare and conduct employment law training programs for human resources and leadership in the client facilities/agencies. Communicate clearly, concisely and professionally with all levels of management regarding complex employment legal issues. Work in a fast-paced environment and juggle multiple priorities. Travel as needed, currently estimated as 35% or less.

Qualifications: Law degree with a license to practice in the State of California. 5-7 years of employment law experience, either as in-house counsel or in a law firm setting. Healthcare law experience preferred. Experience in managing and responding to employment claims, including but not limited to allegations filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (and state equivalents), Department of Labor Standards Enforcement, Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Program, and other similar agencies. Expert knowledge of US labor and employment laws and legal issues, including but not limited to FEHA, Title VII, ADA, ADEA, NLRA, FMLA, and FLSA compliance. Proficient in writing and training.
 
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Employment Counsel
Refer job# KVEM144673
 
Employment Counsel The candidate will provide practical and thoughtful legal advice in a wide range of areas, including human resources, recruiting, employee relations, internal investigations, compensation and benefits, employee and human resource policies, immigration and hiring best practices. Will develop, implement, and advise on employment handbooks, policies and procedures. Support firms People & Culture team on complicated hires, employee terminations, performance management, compensation, investigations, accommodations, reorganizations, and other employment-related matters. Manage and drive strategy on pre-litigation and litigation matters. Manage outside counsel and act as liaison to business teams on immigration, investigations, litigation and other employment related matters. Advise on diversity & inclusion programs; compensation issues, employee benefits, and contingent workforce challenges. Conduct manager and human resources training. Negotiate the agreements the firm's People & Culture team needs to support our employees such as HR and benefit management services, employee wellness and workplace culture activities. Draft and revise offer letters, separation agreements, and other employment-related documents. Develop creative approaches to managing legal risks and resolving disputes.

The candidate should have JD degree from top law school; admitted to the Bar. Must have 5+ years handling employment and human resources issues, preferably both in-house and at a law firm. Must have experience with California employment law. Must have experience with international issues (particularly Ireland) is a plus, but not required. Experience providing legal training and guidance to human resources and recruiting teams is required. Experience in conducting employment-related investigations and litigation is required. Experience with immigration process and on boarding employees is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Employment
Refer job# LKQU144645
 
Senior Counsel, Employment The candidate provide advice and counsel to management and People team professionals on a broad range of employment issues including: recruiting; hiring; employee relations; discipline and terminations; internal investigations; leaves of absence; wage and hour compliance; EEO compliance; restrictive covenants; and contingent worker issues. Advise on complex/sensitive employee relations matters and help resolve matters through pre-dispute resolution and/or positioning the company for potential employment litigation. Draft and negotiate employment, settlement and termination agreements. Review and provide guidance on drafting and development of HR policies and procedures globally. Provide guidance to internal investigators on internal HR/compliance investigations. Defend, supervise and manage employment-related claims and litigation, including managing outside counsel and responding to administrative charges, complaints, attorney s letters, settlement demands and claims globally. Negotiate appropriate resolutions to claims and other pending matters. Assist in developing, implementing, improving and reviewing legal compliance projects and training. Assist with preparing or conducting training programs. Assist and support all aspects of PayPal s M&A activities relates to employment matters. Provide advice and counsel in the area of global mobility and immigration matters. Must have In-depth knowledge of employment law gained from law firm or in-house experience (combination preferred). Experience representing companies in employment law matters before state and federal agencies/courts is required. Must have 6+ years of experience practicing either in-house (or in an equivalent setting) or at a reputable law firm. Juris Doctor or equivalent degree. Admitted to/member of a state bar is required. Must have excellent knowledge of federal and state employment laws and regulations (including ADA, ADEA, FMLA, CFRA, FLSA, etc.) with a particular emphasis on California employment law.
 
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Assistant Employment Counsel
Refer job# DCZA144632
 
Assistant Employment Counsel The candidate will provide responsibilities include: Provide counseling and support for human resources and recruiting organizations, as well as general employment law support, including: Provide advice and strategic support to HR Business Partners, Employee Relations Partners, and business leaders on employee terminations, performance management, investigations, accommodations, reorganizations, and other employment-related matters. Collaborate with other attorneys on the team with respect to advice and counseling provided to HR and other cross-functional partners. Coordinate and drive completion of employment related projects, including internal process reviews, new policy roll-outs and implementation and training programs. Draft and edit employment related documents, correspondence, agreements and processes. Develop creative approaches to managing legal risks and resolving disputes. Manage and drive strategy on pre-litigation and litigation matters. Must have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Must have 5+ years of experience in labor and employment law, in-house experience is preferred. Must have experience with state and federal employment law and advising and counseling clients on such laws. Must have employment litigation experience and experience coordinating and driving projects to completion (including litigation). Must have North Carolina Bar membership. Must have experience with California employment law.
 
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Employment And Benefits Counsel
Refer job# PQZS144636
 
Employment And Benefits Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Advises and represents the Corporation and its subsidiaries in a broad range of labor, employment, and compensation and benefits matters. Counsels on a broad range of labor and employment matters for a global Fortune 500 employer. Direct responsibility for matters within the US, indirect/oversight responsibility for matters outside the US. Counsels on matters pertaining to both union and non-unionized workforce. Provides responsive and timely legal advice to internal clients, including senior management, human resources and labor relations professionals, on broad range of labor and employment law issues, including discipline, duty to bargain, ADA, FMLA, absence/leave laws, wage & hour regulations, etc. Partners with the Litigation Center of Excellence on administrative matters and hearings before federal and state agencies. Partners with the Litigation Center of Excellence team in federal and state court cases, including litigation strategy, court appearances, depositions, and motion practice. Works strategically with senior business and HR partners to provide advice and support on discipline and termination decisions, HR initiatives, internal investigations, complaint resolution and corporate policies. Provides training to HR staff and general employees on a variety of topics, including non-discrimination/EEO practices, harassment, Code of Conduct, etc. Provides counsel to Compensation and Benefits Center of Excellence on a broad range of compensation and benefits matters relating to ERISA, qualified pension and 401k plans, executive compensation, nonqualified deferred compensation, plan design, health and welfare plans, mergers and acquisitions and fiduciary responsibility. Provides regular training to fiduciaries and benefits staff on a variety of topics, including fiduciary responsibilities and legislative and regulatory updates. Maintains awareness of legal developments in relevant jurisdictions, provides updates internally, and works to implement necessary changes to policies/practices. Evaluates both legal and business risks of legally acceptable alternatives and implements solutions. Reports directly to the Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer. Should have 7-10 years of legal experience representing employers in employment law matters (including employment litigation) and employee compensation and benefits. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school. Tax LLM a plus. Must be Member in good standing of at least one State Bar. Should have experience handling labor and employment matters, including client counseling, policy creation and administration, internal investigations, and responding to various claims and charges. Familiarity with federal and state employment law required. Experience in building consensus needed. Must have experience with affirmative action work, including OFCCP audits. Experience representing New York employers desired. Broad experience with complex benefits issues in large fortune 500 Corporation is a plus.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Labor And Employment
Refer job# UZMU144620
 
Corporate Counsel, Labor and Employment The candidate will focus on advice and counseling, as well as managing the defense of litigation, related to compliance with wage and hour laws. Advice and counseling in general labor and employment issues such as those relating to discrimination, disability accommodation, hiring, performance management and discharge, wrongful termination, employee privacy, non-compete agreements, protection of trade secrets, union organizing campaigns, and other relevant labor and employment issues. Manage litigation, government agency investigations, proactive training, and administrative charges as well as assess, select, and supervise outside counsel. Work actively with internal clients in the Human Resources Department and requires the ability to travel and work extended hours when necessary. Must have 7+ years of legal experience. J.D. degree and membership in good standing in one state bar is required. A mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience is preferred. Experience with complex and class action wage and hour employment litigation is preferred. Experience with large hourly populations is preferred.
 
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Senior Counsel - Employment
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Senior Counsel - Employment Duties: Function as an employment and employee benefits matter expert. Stay current with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements. Provide practical and sound legal advice and counsel to Human Resources and management on all legal issues concerning the employer/employee relationship in the U.S. and Canada, including but not limited to hiring, employee relations, leaves of absence, performance management, discrimination, harassment, wage and hour, immigration, non-competes and other restrictive covenants, termination, reductions-in-force, separation agreements, compensation, benefits, diversity and learning and development. Advice and counsel will be on day-to-day issues occurring in the field operations as well as strategic and systemic initiatives. Provide legal advice to the Human Resource employee benefits group, including but not limited to review and revise health and welfare SPDs, notices, and annual enrollment materials for compliance with legal requirements; support Human Resources on ERISA fiduciary and retirement benefit issues; and Develops and maintains core competencies on field operations business practices. Regularly visits field operations and works onsite as needed. Develop, draft and negotiate comprehensive employment, consulting, separation and settlement contracts and agreements. Respond on behalf of KDP to attorney letters and agency matters, including charges and government-initiated inquiries and audits. Draft responses; interview and prepare witnesses; engage with agency personnel and outside counsel. Working closely with HR and management, direct and coordinate employment-related investigations; make recommendations regarding appropriate corrective action. Develop and conduct training for HR, management, and employees. Develop, strengthen and sustain productive and collaborative working relationships with HR personnel, management and staff. Participate on departmental teams to improve process, efficiency, developmental and engagement efforts.

Requirements: Law degree from an ABA accredited law school and licensed to practice law in at least one state. 8+ years of experience practicing employment law (counseling), in-house employment counsel experience required, preferably for a large company with sites in multiple states. Strong command of employment laws, regulations and best practices (including ADA, FLSA, Title VII, ADEA, state FEP statutes, Canadian employment laws, ERISA and FLSA); a passion for the subject that fosters continuous improvement and ongoing subject matter expertise. Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with clients, external entities and counsel. Excellent written and oral communications, client relations, organizational, leadership and project management skills; business acumen; razor-sharp attention to detail and accuracy. Excellent analytical skills and the ability to present findings and persuasively render diplomatic, practical, creative and at all times compliant advice in a timely fashion. Ability to organize and prioritize tasks, to handle high-pressure situations and short deadlines. Integrity of the highest order, optimistic outlook and unflappable demeanor. Team player and strong partner orientation. Ability to apply knowledge of multidisciplinary business principles and practices to achieve successful outcomes in cross-functional projects and activities. Performs other duties as requested by management.
 
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