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Labor and Employment Attorney

Atlanta GA Labor and Employment Attorney The candidate should have 5-7 years of law firm experience to work on a contract hourly basis to respond to EEOC, state agency discrimination charges, wage and hour complaints and OSHA audits for a nationwide company with approximately 100,000 employees. Candidates must have familiarity with the various federal, state and local government administrative agencies and the ability to handle agency charges including making detailed risk assessments, conducting investigations (in person or by telephone), preparing position statements, defending and preparing employees in fact-finding conferences and on-site visits, representing company in mediations and conciliations, and negotiating settlements. May also need to appear at mediations, hearings, and on-site agency audits. Should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school and active law license. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-09-22

Lead Employment Counsel

New York City NY Lead Employment Counsel The candidate provide employment law support for existing employment law team members supporting the organization. Support HR on complicated hires, employee terminations, performance management, investigations, and other employment-related matters. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Employment Law Group with respect to all 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 .Manage the drafting and revision of correspondence, separation agreements and internal policies, and other employment related documents. Develop creative approaches to managing legal risks and resolving disputes. Participate in creation and delivery of trainings related to employment law matters, such as harassment training and other manager trainings on a variety of topics. Manage pre-litigation and litigation matters.

The candidate should have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state Bar. Should have 5+ years of experience in labor and employment law. Experience with California and federal employment law is required. Employment litigation experience and experience coordinating and driving projects to completion (including litigations) is needed. California or New York Bar membership is preferred. Experience with counseling and advising clients on state and federal employment laws is desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-19

Deputy General Counsel - Employment

New York City NY Deputy General Counsel Employment The candidate will be an integral partner to the Private Client Group and will have significant interaction with the front office (sales office and product teams), as well as the firm s Compliance, Operations and other support groups. Provide advice on a wide range of day-to-day legal issues, including those related to Alternative Investments (private equity and hedge fund placement agent/distribution agreements). Participate in the integration of new businesses and products arising from acquisitions. Analyze, draft and negotiate a wide range of agreements, including client-facing documentation. Review customer forms, authorizations and agreements. Advise on new products and services. Advise on the requirements for resale of unregistered securities and affiliate transactions, including to sales under Rule 144 and the utilization of Rule 10b5-1 Plans. Supervise external counsel.

The candidate should have J.D. with a strong academic background and in good standing with the applicable state Bar association. Must have Bachelors or better in Other. 4-6 years of experience is required. Regulatory and/or Financial Institution is preferred. Should have 7 years of relevant experience at a law firm or in-house legal department. Should have practical knowledge of and experience providing advice regarding laws, rules and regulations relating broker-dealers generally (FINRA/SEC), with a preference for experience related to Alternative Investments and the Investment Advisers Act of 1940. Must have damiliarity with Securities Act of 1933 and Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Should have working knowledge of the institutional business and how it interacts and collaborates with the wealth management business. Excellent communication (oral and written), research and strategic thinking skills are needed.
Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2018-09-19

Associate General Counsel - Labor And Employment

Saint Petersburg FL Associate General Counsel - Labor and Employment Primary Accountabilities: Primary global L&E legal responsibility for several large, multi-billion-dollar business units which collectively employ tens of thousands of employees in 29 countries, in addition to various other L&E-related projects and duties; Provide and manage day to day counseling and legal assistance to HR and business units on all aspects of labor and employment law; Handle, direct, and manage attorney-led L&E investigations and help improve Jabil s global investigation processes; Provide sound strategic and tactical advice and counsel in an expedited, responsive manner; Develop, update and advise on employee policies and processes in close collaboration with the HR community; Serve as primary managing counsel for L&E-related litigation, pre-litigation disputes, charge responses, and audits; Proactively inform, develop and train the HR community on labor and employment laws and regulations, including developing and delivering training programs; Partner with HR on plant and location openings, closings, and reductions in force, acquisitions and divestitures; Assist with and/or initiate and drive HR-related / employee relations-related projects and other special projects; Draft employment, separation and other contractual agreements ; Work on, manage, and assist with labor and employment matters in locations within and outside of the US; Collaborate with key clients to help identify and drive process improvements, develop templates and self-service systems and tools, and risk mitigation strategies and practices.

The candidate should have J.D. degree or equivalent degree and a member in good standing of a State Bar. Should have 12+ years labor & employment legal experience - both in a law firm and in an in-house setting ideally with 5+ years in-house in a global manufacturing or industrial company, and exposure to international labor and employment matters. Strong knowledge of full range of US labor and employment law including employment litigation, non-competition and confidentiality, restructurings and RIFs, anti-discrimination, anti-retaliation, wage and hour, leave laws, etc. Sufficient fluency in business principles to communicate with and influence business leaders, and comfort and experience using a commercial business-oriented approach to problem solving, tempered by an appreciation for legal complexity and risk. Demonstrated subject matter expert in labor and employment law and proven ability to manage and direct labor and employment in-house practice across multiple jurisdictions and across the company with minimal supervision, including at the most complex level. Demonstrated ability to proactively lead and drive change and improvement aligned to corporate priorities, strategic goals, risk mitigation needs, and practical realities. Experienced in setting and managing budgets, and leading outside counsel and internal partners to achieve strategic goals. Ability to supervise and lead teams on matters of significance, and mentor and develop other team members, with substantial understanding and development of team priorities and direction. Proficient understanding of employee relations principles in the context of business operations, priorities, strategic goals, costs, risk tolerance and mitigation, and compliance. High level of integrity and trust and a strong ethical center. Superior legal and analytical skills excellent judgment and initiative. Demonstrated ability to make sound decisions and commitment to continuous learning. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work in a changing, fast-paced and energetic environment, and ability to establish and meet short-and long-term deadlines. Be a self-starter, able to handle many complex legal matters simultaneously. Have excellent interpersonal/people and collaboration skills (including the ability to influence and build relationships) able to interact effectively at all levels of the organization and able to stand firm on issues when necessary. Strong executive presence. Possess gravitas, judgment and self-confidence, but also respect for others, regardless of position, and desire to work as a team member with all levels of management. Role requires travel inside and outside of the United States. Preferred: International labor and employment legal experience is a plus. Working knowledge of global data privacy regulations is a plus. Fluency in a second language, such as Spanish or Mandarin, is a plus.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-19

Director, Employment Counsel

Santa Monica CA Director, Employment Counsel Duties: Draft employment agreements that support the entire employee lifecycle at (e.g., employment contracts and offer letters, confidentiality agreements, and separation agreements). Conduct regular training on any identified changes in labor and employment laws and emerging risks in business with a focus on retaining a leading workplace culture. Review and establish governance model for managing employment policies and practices (including relevant in-country workers rules, investigations, accommodations, compensation, performance management, cross-border assignments, employee relations, terminations, leaves of absence). Investigate and respond to federal, state, provincial and other regulatory bodies inquiries or complaints regarding employment matters (e.g., EEOC), and immigration matters (with outside counsel support). Undertake audits, employee classification reviews, and establish effective compliance monitoring and support tools to ensure continued integrity of employment practices. Support audit requests, RFPs responses and other requests as directed by management. Build and contribute to legal initiatives as required to meet department objectives. Establish and manage key external relationships with law firms.

Requirements: 8 years at a law firm, consulting firm, or in-house at a hypergrowth company with operations ideally in the US, Asia and Europe managing employment law matters. Strong work ethic and organizational skills. Demonstrated ability to speak and write complex matters with simplicity and efficiency. Strong communicator with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong initiative to identify risks and provide leadership in their resolution. Demonstrated ability to self-evaluate and apply strong emotional intelligence. Understands and utilizes the behaviors of others to personally affect an outcome. Consistently makes sound and timely decisions after analyzing all aspects of a situation. Facilitates mutually beneficial outcomes to satisfy various interests. Combines knowledge, curiosity, imagination, and evaluation to achieve desired results.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-19

Director, Employment Counsel

San Antonio TX Director, Employment Counsel Duties: Draft employment agreements that support the entire employee lifecycle at (e.g., employment contracts and offer letters, confidentiality agreements, and separation agreements). Conduct regular training on any identified changes in labor and employment laws and emerging risks in business with a focus on retaining a leading workplace culture. Review and establish governance model for managing employment policies and practices (including relevant in-country workers rules, investigations, accommodations, compensation, performance management, cross-border assignments, employee relations, terminations, leaves of absence). Investigate and respond to federal, state, provincial and other regulatory bodies inquiries or complaints regarding employment matters (e.g., EEOC), and immigration matters (with outside counsel support). Undertake audits, employee classification reviews, and establish effective compliance monitoring and support tools to ensure continued integrity of employment practices. Support audit requests, RFPs responses and other requests as directed by management. Build and contribute to legal initiatives as required to meet department objectives. Establish and manage key external relationships with law firms.

Requirements: 8 years at a law firm, consulting firm, or in-house at a hypergrowth company with operations ideally in the US, Asia and Europe managing employment law matters. Strong work ethic and organizational skills. Demonstrated ability to speak and write complex matters with simplicity and efficiency. Strong communicator with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong initiative to identify risks and provide leadership in their resolution. Demonstrated ability to self-evaluate and apply strong emotional intelligence. Understands and utilizes the behaviors of others to personally affect an outcome. Consistently makes sound and timely decisions after analyzing all aspects of a situation. Facilitates mutually beneficial outcomes to satisfy various interests. Combines knowledge, curiosity, imagination, and evaluation to achieve desired results.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-19

Labor And Employment Corporate Counsel

McLean VA Labor and Employment Corporate Counsel Duties: As a key legal advisor on labor and employment law matters, will manage the labor and employment law support for business sectors. Will participate on HR and other leadership teams, provide legal advice to management in various areas of labor and employment law, represent the company in mediations, regulatory agency investigations, audits, and hearings, conduct internal investigations, develop human resource policies and procedures and provide training to human resources and management business partners. Will partner across the labor/employment team and broader law department, and with many functional and business stakeholders across the company, including human resources, corporate responsibility, service center operations, security, and with company leadership at all levels in the United States and internationally. As part of the labor and employment law team, Will provide strategic advice on human resources and business initiatives, help lead the company in its compliance with labor and employment laws and regulations, create solutions to mitigate labor/employment legal risk, and defend the company when personnel actions are challenged. Reports to Assistant General Counsel, Labor and Employment.

Qualifications: Law Degree from an ABA accredited law school and active Bar membership. Member of the State Bar in the applicable location (Virginia, Maryland, California), capable of being licensed through testing or comity, or, in lieu of licensure, capable of registering as an in-house counsel in accordance with the rules of the applicable State Bar. 15+ years of labor/employment experience at top law firms and/or in-house legal departments. Experience counseling clients on a breadth of employment and labor law issues, including federal and state laws on discrimination & harassment, wage & hour, leave of absence, non-compete & non-solicitation, and arbitration. Experience conducting investigations, drafting responses to administrative charges, developing and implementing policies and procedures, preparing and negotiating settlement agreements, and representing companies in employment litigation. Ability to manage complex legal matters, including audits, investigations, mediations, and administrative hearings. Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including ability to communicate effectively with diverse individuals at all levels and areas within the organization, from executive leadership to first-line supervisors. Familiarity with diverse state labor and employment laws (e.g., California, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, Utah, Illinois, Arizona). Preferred Qualifications: Experience managing the labor and employment law function of a multinational corporation with 10,000+ employees. Experience advising government contractors, including with respect to affirmative action programs, OFCCP and WHD audits, and the Service Contract Act. Experience in traditional labor law, including RC, ULP, bargaining, CBA administration, and labor arbitration. Demonstrated problem-solving abilities. Exceptional integrity, outstanding analytical and strategic thinking skills. Exceptional ability for collaboration, team work and motivation of others through thought leadership.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-17

Director, Corporate Counsel (Employment Law Investigations)

Newark NJ Director, Corporate Counsel (Employment Law Investigations) Duties: Primary responsibility is to investigate complaints of alleged violations of employment and labor laws (including Title VII, ADA, FMLA, ADEA, FLSA, NLRA and state and local laws), and complaints of retaliation for raising legal claims or identifying potential violations of law. Investigative duties include interviewing employees, reviewing relevant documents, analyzing employee data, and preparing oral and written reports as requested by Employment Law counsel. Reports to the Vice President, Employment Law and Investigations.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or international equivalent. JD Degree. 7+ years of experience in US Employment and Labor law. Experience investigating employee complaints of alleged violations of law. Strong working knowledge of US Federal and State Employment laws. Sound analytical, critical thinking, problem-solving and investigative skills, with the ability to apply those skills to a wide range of business settings. High level of initiative and attention to detail. Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills, including listening and interviewing. Demonstrated ability to set priorities, manage multiple responsibilities and deliver against deadlines. Excellent writing and presentation skills. Strong MS Office skills, especially Excel. Financial Services and/or Insurance background preferred. Ability to interface effectively with employees at all levels of employment.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-17

Senior Employment Counsel

San Francisco CA Senior Employment Counsel Responsibilities: Assist in developing an elite employment law practice and provide day-to-day proactive employment law advice, assistance and counseling. Partner and work collaboratively and responsively with, and facilitate a coordinated and productive team approach among, the Legal, People Success, Finance, Corp Tech, and Operations departments. Lead internal employment-related investigations (including documenting and communicating findings to relevant partners). Assist with creating and continuously expanding and improving Club s employment library, including handbooks, offer letters, employment agreements and related documents. Help develop strategic initiatives and processes that advance and scale Club s business, including leading employment related training programs. Prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Track and report on developments in employment laws. Direct and oversee employment litigation matters, as required, including managing outside counsel and associated budgets. Analyze and support Club s employment related SEC disclosures. Leading employment law aspects of mergers & acquisitions and multi-jurisdictional projects as required.

Requirements: Law degree from a premier law school and be in good standing to practice in the State of California. 8+ years of legal experience with a focus on employment law. A combination of both in-house and law firm practice experience is desired. Multi-State experience is a plus. Expertise in partnering with and counseling business teams on a variety of employment issues, including California employment law, wage and hour laws and leave and disability issues. Significant experience in conducting and/or overseeing employment-related investigations. Prior experience working at or with technology companies is desired. Ability to work efficiently under minimal supervision. High tolerance for ambiguity while working in an extremely fast-paced environment in a cutting-edge industry. Strong attention to detail and an ability to prioritize and advance multiple projects concurrently. Ability to express thoughts in a clear and concise manner while demonstrating tact and discretion in sensitive situations. Strong analytical, problem-solving, and leadership skills in addition to excellent interpersonal, negotiating, writing, speaking, and analytical skills. Excellent judgment and an ability to assess, evaluate and advise on legal risks. Ability to build trust within a complex business environment and across multiple departments. Willingness to learn a variety of new skills and broaden current functional expertise. Team-oriented, collegial and a sense of humor.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-17

AVP-Senior Legal Counsel - Labor & Employment Law

Dallas TX AVP-Senior Legal Counsel - Labor & Employment Law The candidate will provide legal advice and counsel on complex traditional labor matters including interpreting and negotiating collective bargaining agreements, and defending labor arbitrations and Board charges. Work also involves general advice and counseling relating to discrimination, independent contractor, and other employment-related matters. Should have 6+ years of labor and employment advice & counsel, labor arbitration, litigation defense experience, excellent academic credentials, and valid license are required. Must also possess: excellent oral and written communication skills, strong analytical, interpersonal and negotiation skills, the ability to analyze legal issues and provide practical business solutions, good computer and organizational skills, the ability to adapt and innovate, the ability to travel, the ability to work effectively with all levels of management, and the capability to work both independently and collaboratively. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-17
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Senior Attorney - Labor And Employment
In-House,Raytheon Company
Location : El Segundo, CA, United States

Senior Attorney - Labor And Employment The candidate will draft and edit employment agreements, memoranda of understanding, policies and employee handbooks. Will develop and conduct training on a variety of labor and employment issues regarding fede... + read more

sep 22, 2018


Senior Employee Relations Partner
In-House,Tesla.
Location : Sparks, NV, United States

Senior Employee Relations Partner The candidate will conduct investigations into employee relations concerns, conduct trainings, and support overall positive workforce engagement. Will provide guidance, support and make recommendations to resolve em... + read more

sep 20, 2018


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Labor and Employment Attorney
Refer job# IIFY140835
 
Labor and Employment Attorney The candidate should have 5-7 years of law firm experience to work on a contract hourly basis to respond to EEOC, state agency discrimination charges, wage and hour complaints and OSHA audits for a nationwide company with approximately 100,000 employees. Candidates must have familiarity with the various federal, state and local government administrative agencies and the ability to handle agency charges including making detailed risk assessments, conducting investigations (in person or by telephone), preparing position statements, defending and preparing employees in fact-finding conferences and on-site visits, representing company in mediations and conciliations, and negotiating settlements. May also need to appear at mediations, hearings, and on-site agency audits. Should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school and active law license.
 
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Lead Employment Counsel
Refer job# WVCZ140792
 
Lead Employment Counsel The candidate provide employment law support for existing employment law team members supporting the organization. Support HR on complicated hires, employee terminations, performance management, investigations, and other employment-related matters. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Employment Law Group with respect to all 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 .Manage the drafting and revision of correspondence, separation agreements and internal policies, and other employment related documents. Develop creative approaches to managing legal risks and resolving disputes. Participate in creation and delivery of trainings related to employment law matters, such as harassment training and other manager trainings on a variety of topics. Manage pre-litigation and litigation matters.

The candidate should have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state Bar. Should have 5+ years of experience in labor and employment law. Experience with California and federal employment law is required. Employment litigation experience and experience coordinating and driving projects to completion (including litigations) is needed. California or New York Bar membership is preferred. Experience with counseling and advising clients on state and federal employment laws is desired.
 
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Deputy General Counsel - Employment
Refer job# IWVE140799
 
Deputy General Counsel Employment The candidate will be an integral partner to the Private Client Group and will have significant interaction with the front office (sales office and product teams), as well as the firm s Compliance, Operations and other support groups. Provide advice on a wide range of day-to-day legal issues, including those related to Alternative Investments (private equity and hedge fund placement agent/distribution agreements). Participate in the integration of new businesses and products arising from acquisitions. Analyze, draft and negotiate a wide range of agreements, including client-facing documentation. Review customer forms, authorizations and agreements. Advise on new products and services. Advise on the requirements for resale of unregistered securities and affiliate transactions, including to sales under Rule 144 and the utilization of Rule 10b5-1 Plans. Supervise external counsel.

The candidate should have J.D. with a strong academic background and in good standing with the applicable state Bar association. Must have Bachelors or better in Other. 4-6 years of experience is required. Regulatory and/or Financial Institution is preferred. Should have 7 years of relevant experience at a law firm or in-house legal department. Should have practical knowledge of and experience providing advice regarding laws, rules and regulations relating broker-dealers generally (FINRA/SEC), with a preference for experience related to Alternative Investments and the Investment Advisers Act of 1940. Must have damiliarity with Securities Act of 1933 and Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Should have working knowledge of the institutional business and how it interacts and collaborates with the wealth management business. Excellent communication (oral and written), research and strategic thinking skills are needed.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Labor And Employment
Refer job# RKNT140805
 
Associate General Counsel - Labor and Employment Primary Accountabilities: Primary global L&E legal responsibility for several large, multi-billion-dollar business units which collectively employ tens of thousands of employees in 29 countries, in addition to various other L&E-related projects and duties; Provide and manage day to day counseling and legal assistance to HR and business units on all aspects of labor and employment law; Handle, direct, and manage attorney-led L&E investigations and help improve Jabil s global investigation processes; Provide sound strategic and tactical advice and counsel in an expedited, responsive manner; Develop, update and advise on employee policies and processes in close collaboration with the HR community; Serve as primary managing counsel for L&E-related litigation, pre-litigation disputes, charge responses, and audits; Proactively inform, develop and train the HR community on labor and employment laws and regulations, including developing and delivering training programs; Partner with HR on plant and location openings, closings, and reductions in force, acquisitions and divestitures; Assist with and/or initiate and drive HR-related / employee relations-related projects and other special projects; Draft employment, separation and other contractual agreements ; Work on, manage, and assist with labor and employment matters in locations within and outside of the US; Collaborate with key clients to help identify and drive process improvements, develop templates and self-service systems and tools, and risk mitigation strategies and practices.

The candidate should have J.D. degree or equivalent degree and a member in good standing of a State Bar. Should have 12+ years labor & employment legal experience - both in a law firm and in an in-house setting ideally with 5+ years in-house in a global manufacturing or industrial company, and exposure to international labor and employment matters. Strong knowledge of full range of US labor and employment law including employment litigation, non-competition and confidentiality, restructurings and RIFs, anti-discrimination, anti-retaliation, wage and hour, leave laws, etc. Sufficient fluency in business principles to communicate with and influence business leaders, and comfort and experience using a commercial business-oriented approach to problem solving, tempered by an appreciation for legal complexity and risk. Demonstrated subject matter expert in labor and employment law and proven ability to manage and direct labor and employment in-house practice across multiple jurisdictions and across the company with minimal supervision, including at the most complex level. Demonstrated ability to proactively lead and drive change and improvement aligned to corporate priorities, strategic goals, risk mitigation needs, and practical realities. Experienced in setting and managing budgets, and leading outside counsel and internal partners to achieve strategic goals. Ability to supervise and lead teams on matters of significance, and mentor and develop other team members, with substantial understanding and development of team priorities and direction. Proficient understanding of employee relations principles in the context of business operations, priorities, strategic goals, costs, risk tolerance and mitigation, and compliance. High level of integrity and trust and a strong ethical center. Superior legal and analytical skills excellent judgment and initiative. Demonstrated ability to make sound decisions and commitment to continuous learning. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work in a changing, fast-paced and energetic environment, and ability to establish and meet short-and long-term deadlines. Be a self-starter, able to handle many complex legal matters simultaneously. Have excellent interpersonal/people and collaboration skills (including the ability to influence and build relationships) able to interact effectively at all levels of the organization and able to stand firm on issues when necessary. Strong executive presence. Possess gravitas, judgment and self-confidence, but also respect for others, regardless of position, and desire to work as a team member with all levels of management. Role requires travel inside and outside of the United States. Preferred: International labor and employment legal experience is a plus. Working knowledge of global data privacy regulations is a plus. Fluency in a second language, such as Spanish or Mandarin, is a plus.
 
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Director, Employment Counsel
Refer job# VSDZ140814
 
Director, Employment Counsel Duties: Draft employment agreements that support the entire employee lifecycle at (e.g., employment contracts and offer letters, confidentiality agreements, and separation agreements). Conduct regular training on any identified changes in labor and employment laws and emerging risks in business with a focus on retaining a leading workplace culture. Review and establish governance model for managing employment policies and practices (including relevant in-country workers rules, investigations, accommodations, compensation, performance management, cross-border assignments, employee relations, terminations, leaves of absence). Investigate and respond to federal, state, provincial and other regulatory bodies inquiries or complaints regarding employment matters (e.g., EEOC), and immigration matters (with outside counsel support). Undertake audits, employee classification reviews, and establish effective compliance monitoring and support tools to ensure continued integrity of employment practices. Support audit requests, RFPs responses and other requests as directed by management. Build and contribute to legal initiatives as required to meet department objectives. Establish and manage key external relationships with law firms.

Requirements: 8 years at a law firm, consulting firm, or in-house at a hypergrowth company with operations ideally in the US, Asia and Europe managing employment law matters. Strong work ethic and organizational skills. Demonstrated ability to speak and write complex matters with simplicity and efficiency. Strong communicator with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong initiative to identify risks and provide leadership in their resolution. Demonstrated ability to self-evaluate and apply strong emotional intelligence. Understands and utilizes the behaviors of others to personally affect an outcome. Consistently makes sound and timely decisions after analyzing all aspects of a situation. Facilitates mutually beneficial outcomes to satisfy various interests. Combines knowledge, curiosity, imagination, and evaluation to achieve desired results.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Employment Counsel
Refer job# HHXV140815
 
Director, Employment Counsel Duties: Draft employment agreements that support the entire employee lifecycle at (e.g., employment contracts and offer letters, confidentiality agreements, and separation agreements). Conduct regular training on any identified changes in labor and employment laws and emerging risks in business with a focus on retaining a leading workplace culture. Review and establish governance model for managing employment policies and practices (including relevant in-country workers rules, investigations, accommodations, compensation, performance management, cross-border assignments, employee relations, terminations, leaves of absence). Investigate and respond to federal, state, provincial and other regulatory bodies inquiries or complaints regarding employment matters (e.g., EEOC), and immigration matters (with outside counsel support). Undertake audits, employee classification reviews, and establish effective compliance monitoring and support tools to ensure continued integrity of employment practices. Support audit requests, RFPs responses and other requests as directed by management. Build and contribute to legal initiatives as required to meet department objectives. Establish and manage key external relationships with law firms.

Requirements: 8 years at a law firm, consulting firm, or in-house at a hypergrowth company with operations ideally in the US, Asia and Europe managing employment law matters. Strong work ethic and organizational skills. Demonstrated ability to speak and write complex matters with simplicity and efficiency. Strong communicator with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong initiative to identify risks and provide leadership in their resolution. Demonstrated ability to self-evaluate and apply strong emotional intelligence. Understands and utilizes the behaviors of others to personally affect an outcome. Consistently makes sound and timely decisions after analyzing all aspects of a situation. Facilitates mutually beneficial outcomes to satisfy various interests. Combines knowledge, curiosity, imagination, and evaluation to achieve desired results.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Labor And Employment Corporate Counsel
Refer job# BHQW140754
 
Labor and Employment Corporate Counsel Duties: As a key legal advisor on labor and employment law matters, will manage the labor and employment law support for business sectors. Will participate on HR and other leadership teams, provide legal advice to management in various areas of labor and employment law, represent the company in mediations, regulatory agency investigations, audits, and hearings, conduct internal investigations, develop human resource policies and procedures and provide training to human resources and management business partners. Will partner across the labor/employment team and broader law department, and with many functional and business stakeholders across the company, including human resources, corporate responsibility, service center operations, security, and with company leadership at all levels in the United States and internationally. As part of the labor and employment law team, Will provide strategic advice on human resources and business initiatives, help lead the company in its compliance with labor and employment laws and regulations, create solutions to mitigate labor/employment legal risk, and defend the company when personnel actions are challenged. Reports to Assistant General Counsel, Labor and Employment.

Qualifications: Law Degree from an ABA accredited law school and active Bar membership. Member of the State Bar in the applicable location (Virginia, Maryland, California), capable of being licensed through testing or comity, or, in lieu of licensure, capable of registering as an in-house counsel in accordance with the rules of the applicable State Bar. 15+ years of labor/employment experience at top law firms and/or in-house legal departments. Experience counseling clients on a breadth of employment and labor law issues, including federal and state laws on discrimination & harassment, wage & hour, leave of absence, non-compete & non-solicitation, and arbitration. Experience conducting investigations, drafting responses to administrative charges, developing and implementing policies and procedures, preparing and negotiating settlement agreements, and representing companies in employment litigation. Ability to manage complex legal matters, including audits, investigations, mediations, and administrative hearings. Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including ability to communicate effectively with diverse individuals at all levels and areas within the organization, from executive leadership to first-line supervisors. Familiarity with diverse state labor and employment laws (e.g., California, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, Utah, Illinois, Arizona). Preferred Qualifications: Experience managing the labor and employment law function of a multinational corporation with 10,000+ employees. Experience advising government contractors, including with respect to affirmative action programs, OFCCP and WHD audits, and the Service Contract Act. Experience in traditional labor law, including RC, ULP, bargaining, CBA administration, and labor arbitration. Demonstrated problem-solving abilities. Exceptional integrity, outstanding analytical and strategic thinking skills. Exceptional ability for collaboration, team work and motivation of others through thought leadership.
 
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Director, Corporate Counsel (Employment Law Investigations)
Refer job# RVZS140761
 
Director, Corporate Counsel (Employment Law Investigations) Duties: Primary responsibility is to investigate complaints of alleged violations of employment and labor laws (including Title VII, ADA, FMLA, ADEA, FLSA, NLRA and state and local laws), and complaints of retaliation for raising legal claims or identifying potential violations of law. Investigative duties include interviewing employees, reviewing relevant documents, analyzing employee data, and preparing oral and written reports as requested by Employment Law counsel. Reports to the Vice President, Employment Law and Investigations.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or international equivalent. JD Degree. 7+ years of experience in US Employment and Labor law. Experience investigating employee complaints of alleged violations of law. Strong working knowledge of US Federal and State Employment laws. Sound analytical, critical thinking, problem-solving and investigative skills, with the ability to apply those skills to a wide range of business settings. High level of initiative and attention to detail. Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills, including listening and interviewing. Demonstrated ability to set priorities, manage multiple responsibilities and deliver against deadlines. Excellent writing and presentation skills. Strong MS Office skills, especially Excel. Financial Services and/or Insurance background preferred. Ability to interface effectively with employees at all levels of employment.
 
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Senior Employment Counsel
Refer job# IJBV140773
 
Senior Employment Counsel Responsibilities: Assist in developing an elite employment law practice and provide day-to-day proactive employment law advice, assistance and counseling. Partner and work collaboratively and responsively with, and facilitate a coordinated and productive team approach among, the Legal, People Success, Finance, Corp Tech, and Operations departments. Lead internal employment-related investigations (including documenting and communicating findings to relevant partners). Assist with creating and continuously expanding and improving Club s employment library, including handbooks, offer letters, employment agreements and related documents. Help develop strategic initiatives and processes that advance and scale Club s business, including leading employment related training programs. Prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Track and report on developments in employment laws. Direct and oversee employment litigation matters, as required, including managing outside counsel and associated budgets. Analyze and support Club s employment related SEC disclosures. Leading employment law aspects of mergers & acquisitions and multi-jurisdictional projects as required.

Requirements: Law degree from a premier law school and be in good standing to practice in the State of California. 8+ years of legal experience with a focus on employment law. A combination of both in-house and law firm practice experience is desired. Multi-State experience is a plus. Expertise in partnering with and counseling business teams on a variety of employment issues, including California employment law, wage and hour laws and leave and disability issues. Significant experience in conducting and/or overseeing employment-related investigations. Prior experience working at or with technology companies is desired. Ability to work efficiently under minimal supervision. High tolerance for ambiguity while working in an extremely fast-paced environment in a cutting-edge industry. Strong attention to detail and an ability to prioritize and advance multiple projects concurrently. Ability to express thoughts in a clear and concise manner while demonstrating tact and discretion in sensitive situations. Strong analytical, problem-solving, and leadership skills in addition to excellent interpersonal, negotiating, writing, speaking, and analytical skills. Excellent judgment and an ability to assess, evaluate and advise on legal risks. Ability to build trust within a complex business environment and across multiple departments. Willingness to learn a variety of new skills and broaden current functional expertise. Team-oriented, collegial and a sense of humor.
 
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AVP-Senior Legal Counsel - Labor & Employment Law
Refer job# OGMI140775
 
AVP-Senior Legal Counsel - Labor & Employment Law The candidate will provide legal advice and counsel on complex traditional labor matters including interpreting and negotiating collective bargaining agreements, and defending labor arbitrations and Board charges. Work also involves general advice and counseling relating to discrimination, independent contractor, and other employment-related matters. Should have 6+ years of labor and employment advice & counsel, labor arbitration, litigation defense experience, excellent academic credentials, and valid license are required. Must also possess: excellent oral and written communication skills, strong analytical, interpersonal and negotiation skills, the ability to analyze legal issues and provide practical business solutions, good computer and organizational skills, the ability to adapt and innovate, the ability to travel, the ability to work effectively with all levels of management, and the capability to work both independently and collaboratively.
 
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