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Vice President, Labor And Employment Counsel

Greenwich CT Vice President, Labor and Employment Counsel Duties: Partner with business units to assist with attainment of operational goals through the management of workforce-related matters. Provide daily counseling on a broad array of significant and higher risk and employment-related issues, such as recruitment and hiring, restrictive covenants, compensation and benefits, accommodation requests, leaves of absence, investigations, performance management, involuntary separations, workplace safety, reorganizations, reductions in force, executive compensation, immigration and international assignments. Assist with company litigation (single plaintiff and class), arbitrations, grievances and associated administrative charges; supervise outside counsel to ensure quality and cost-effective service. Provide legal support in connection with traditional labor matters ranging from organizing campaigns, contract negotiations, unfair labor practice charges, and grievance and arbitration matters. Assist with the drafting, interpretation and enforcement of employment, separation, noncompetition, confidentiality and consulting agreements. Create, conduct and implement training modules on a variety of labor and employment-related topics.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 10 years of substantive labor and employment experience in a fast-paced environment. Experience with Windows applications and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Project). Great if also have: 18+ years of substantive labor and employment experience. 5+ years in-house experience in a fast paced lean environment. Significant counseling experience on all facets of the employer-employee relationship. Demonstrated experience quickly and effectively providing strategic, business-focused advice and counsel in a dynamic, evolving environment with shifting priorities. Proven supervisory and management skills with experience overseeing complex projects delegated to in-house legal staff and outside counsel. Demonstrated ability to think strategically, work independently and drive matters to swift, favorable outcomes.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-30

Senior Counsel - Labor And Employment

Irvine CA Senior Counsel - Labor and Employment Duties: Counsel and represent on labor and employment law issues, including those under state and federal laws governing EEO, wage & hour, leave of absence, retaliation and whistleblower, and other labor and employment law matters. Provide legal, strategic and business guidance to People Team (HR), including with respect to recruiting, voluntary and involuntary terminations, and investigations. Evaluate and communicate legal risks associated with complaints, grievances, charges, employer practices, and other legal matters. Defend and represent the Company in matters before federal and state agencies, including the California Labor & Workforce Development Agency (LWDA), the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), NLRB, EEOC, OSHA and DOL. Draft policies, handbooks, agreements and position statements, and implement controls throughout the organization with respect thereto. Handle cross-disciplinary legal matters in collaboration with regulatory and business attorneys and other professionals and paraprofessionals. Engage with outside counsel to efficiently deliver legal expertise and guidance when needed. Prepare legal documents, memoranda and other forms of communication regarding transactional or legal advice. Provide legal counsel to middle management, senior management and executives on complex legal issues that have a significant impact to the organization. Counsel leaders and management on relevant changes in the law, including state and local laws and regulations that impact facilities and operations. Handle multiple legal matters in collaboration with other attorneys and paraprofessionals.

Qualifications: Must have a JD Degree from an ABA-approved law school and be an active member in good standing of California Bar. 5+ years of California labor and employment experience. In-house experience as an employment lawyer at a technology or automotive company, preferred. Experience managing and completing complex projects. Excellent knowledge of federal and state employment laws and regulations (including ADA, ADEA, FMLA, CFRA, FEHA, FLSA, IWC Wage Orders, etc.). Experience providing advice and counsel to management and Human Resource professionals on a broad range of employment issues, including recruiting; hiring; discipline and terminations; leaves of absence; wage and hour compliance; EEO compliance; restrictive covenants; and contingent worker issues. Experience managing outside counsel on employment litigation matters. Experience supporting HR and business executives regarding employee handbooks, policies and procedures, internal trainings, offer letters, termination agreements, bonuses, and other compensation matters. Outstanding written and oral communication skills. Strong client relations skills. A commitment to teamwork, collaboration and professionalism.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-30

Labor And Employment Attorney

Grand Prairie TX Labor And Employment Attorney The candidate will be primarily responsible for providing in-house legal counsel relating to all labor and employment matters and managing outside counsel on matters relating to labor and employment issues. Will also have responsibility for reviewing, advising, and managing contracts with third parties as well as providing support to the General Counsel on various other legal issues as required by the various business units. Provide in-house legal counsel on labor and employment related matters, which may include, human resources issues, wage and hour law, workers compensation, unemployment, labor relations, employee benefits, employment agreements, corporate policy issues, FMLA matters and other state or federally-mandated leave, managing employment-related litigation or arbitration, and generally advise the Legal Department and the Human Resources Department. Ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Identify and assess legal risks and opportunities within the labor and employment area and provide reasoned, researched advice directly to decision-makers. Must have a law degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Should have Admitted to practice, or reasonable expectation of being able to obtain admission to practice, in at least one of the following states: Texas (preferred), Minnesota, Nevada, or South Carolina. Experience with labor and employment law in a firm or corporate setting required. Prior exposure to a wide variety of legal issues is a plus. Experience with a variety of legal areas and issues encountered in a corporate environment is a plus. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-29

Employment Litigation Counsel

Fremont CA Employment Litigation Counsel The candidate will represent and defend firm in all aspects of employment-related litigation matters. Responsibilities: will be responsible for handling primarily single plaintiff employment disputes and related litigation matters, including day-to-day aspects of employment litigation matters with the assistance of a paralegal. Represent and defend Tesla in all aspects of employment-related litigation matters, including: Title VII and similar laws; affirmative action; disability access and accommodation; employee benefits; harassment and discrimination; unfair labor practice charges; wage and hour claims; wrongful terminations; and reductions in force. Engage in factual investigation, analyze complex legal and factual issues, conduct extensive, legal research, independently develop, recommend and present defense strategies on a wide range of lawsuits and disputes. Respond to complaints and other pleadings, draft and file motions to compel arbitration in California state and federal courts, propound and respond to discovery requests, prepare and file motions, appear in court, and represent Tesla at hearings, mediations and arbitrations. Prepare witnesses for deposition and trial. Negotiate for the dismissal or resolution of cases at all stages in the litigation process. Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits. Maintain knowledge of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to California employment and labor laws. Report out to colleagues on proactive approaches to mitigating legal risk gleaned from litigation matters and facilitate Tesla's ongoing compliance with applicable federal, state, and local labor and employment laws (FLSA, Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FEHA, OFCCP, etc.). Lead in management of outside counsel handling employment litigation.

The candidate should have substantial experience with all aspects of single plaintiff employment arbitrations in California, including trial experience. Must be Licensed attorney with 5-12 years of experience in employment litigation. Should have Employment law and litigation experience at a law firm or government agency, including experience defending wage and hour and/or Title VII actions. Experience defending PAGA actions and collective actions a plus. Must have experience in employment defense litigation, including initial case assessment, strategy development, propounding and responding to discovery, drafting motions, mediation, arbitration, and court trials. Should have Track record of working efficiently with a client-service focus in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Must possess an entrepreneurial mindset and take active ownership of your areas of responsibility. Should be capable of working both autonomously and collaboratively, effective at juggling and prioritizing multiple competing tasks in a fast-paced, challenging environment.
Legal 5 - 12 Full-time 2020-09-29

Associate General Counsel Employment Leader

Saint Louis MO Associate General Counsel - Employment Leader Responsibilities: Lead a multi-faceted employment strategy across our firm from strategic formulation through operational execution. Develop and inspire others while building and nurturing collaborative relationships with associates at all levels of the firm. Responsible for a team of attorneys and paralegal(s), as well as management of outside council relationships; additionally, integrates with and provides leadership to attorneys in other parts of the division. Scope of work and responsibility is for the entire firm (40,000 associates).

Requirements: Requires JD Degree and license to practice in Missouri or an equivalent state. 10+ years of progressive responsibility as an attorney in private practice, in the public sector, or in an in-house counsel capacity. Demonstrated leadership skills, ability to delegate and mentor, and desire to work well with others. Possesses exceptional legal knowledge, judgment, work ethic and integrity. Extensive knowledge of relevant legal area and regulatory environment. Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve complex matters. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with demonstrated ability to influence decisions at senior executive level of organizations. Work experience related to the securities industry is preferred. Leadership involvement in industry associations is preferred. Previous supervisory experience is preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-29

Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel

New York City NY Position: Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiates and drafts complex and creative employment agreements, offer letters, deferred compensation arrangements, incentive compensation arrangements, and severance agreements. Provides legal advice to the business on matters related to federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Wage and Hour Laws, anti-discrimination laws, and applicable state and local statutes and regulations across Rockefeller's rapidly expanding geographic footprint. Monitors federal, state, and local developments in employment law, and apprises key stakeholders of emerging best practices in employment law. Monitors market trends, and apprises key stakeholders of market trends and best practices for employment documents, including employment agreements and policies. Provides practical guidance to the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units on day-to-day employment and workforce issues, such as issues related to internal investigations, employee discipline, workforce training, employee leaves of absence, wage and hour issues, and worker classification issues. Assists the Rockefeller Human Capital team with drafting and maintaining the Rockefeller Employee Handbook and compliant employment policies and procedures. Partners with the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units to develop and implement legally compliant employment practices from recruitment through separation. Provides relevant employment law training to business partners. Provides general corporate legal support to the dynamic and growing business units of .

The candidate must have JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 3 years of employment law experience at a top law firm; prior in-house experience not required. Should have prior experience taking primary responsibility for employment-related contracts from drafting through execution. Must have working knowledge of federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations. Prior experience directly counseling clients, particularly senior executives, a plus. Should have working knowledge of Code Section 409A and/or ERISA a plus. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Must have superior legal drafting skills. Must able to interface effectively with, and provide practical counsel to, cross-functional stakeholders, including senior executives, client advisors, members of the Human Capital team, members of the Finance team, and fellow members of the Legal & Compliance team. Highly independent and decisive; able and eager to be the leading enterprise voice on employment law issues. Should be adaptable; able and eager to operate in a dynamic environment also tackling emerging issues. Must be able and eager to learn about, and assist with, general corporate legal issues, beyond employment law. Interested in building something
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Employment Counsel

New York City NY Employment Counsel Duties: Serve as the lead attorney and strategic advisor for all employment matters across the business, including diversity & inclusion, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, leaves of absence and accommodations, severance programs, labor matters, wage and hour issues, internal investigations, unemployment and worker's compensation, compensation and benefits, and immigration. Provide pragmatic day-to-day employment advice and counseling to support business needs and appropriately balance legal risk. In partnership with the People team, develop and maintain effective HR policies, procedures and other documentation, including drafting, implementing, and maintaining template documents and ensuring clear and effective procedures for all employment matters (e.g., performance improvement plans, investigation procedures, employee handbook). Advise on and advance our diversity & inclusion strategy and initiatives. Negotiate and draft employment-related contracts (e.g., talent and employment agreements, separation agreements, recruiter agreements, employee management platforms). Provide effective and engaging training on employment law topics. Oversee employment-related disputes, investigations and litigation. Monitor relevant employment law developments and keep the team up-to-date. Manage outside counsel on employment matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree and New York state bar membership or registered in-house attorney status in New York. 8+ years of relevant work experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experience with all aspects of employment law, including wage and hour and FLSA exemption issues, OSHA, labor matters, matters relating to discrimination, harassment and retaliation, workplace investigations and documentation, disability, FMLA, restrictive covenants and whistleblower protections. Experience advising on employment matters across a large and diverse employee population. Experience with employment law in non-US jurisdictions (particularly Ireland) is a plus. Litigation experience is a plus. Experience with executive compensation is a plus. Experience working in a fast-paced and disruptive business. A practical, business-oriented approach and ability to translate legal issues into clear, plain English guidance for non-lawyers. Must be a team player who will roll up their sleeves and take on additional responsibilities, while also being able to work independently and think strategically. Flexibility necessary to thrive at an ambitious, dynamic growth company, including strong business judgment and an ability to calibrate for when we need a quick response versus a deep dive to get something precisely right.. Ability to interact effectively at all levels of the organization in a fast-paced environment while building strong internal relationships and influence across departments. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple critical projects, working independently and under tight deadlines. Demonstrated ability to pick things up quickly, and work well in a fast-paced environment.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Employment And Labor Counsel

San Francisco CA Employment and Labor Counsel Duties: Advise the company on worker classification, employee separations, executive compensation agreements, wage-and-hour matters. Work closely with the Experience team to craft policies and procedures for a successful workplace. Conduct workplace investigations involving whistleblower allegations and discrimination. Strategize with the recruitment team on employee mobility issues, including trade secret matters and restrictive covenants. Use a highly-regulated and well-resourced environment to strategic commercial advantage.

Requirements: Admission to practice law in the United States. Relevant experience in the US, EU, UK and other jurisdictions. 5+ years of relevant experience advising on Employment, Labor and Executive Compensation issues, whether in-house or at a top law firm. An opportunity-making attitude, using the law to increase the company's optionality, not decrease it. A demonstrated passion for cryptocurrency. A proactive, entrepreneurial mindset.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Legal Counsel, Labor & Employment

Tampa FL Legal Counsel, Labor & Employment The candidate will provide legal support for Firm's global MSP program, including proper worker classification and vetting of independent contractors. Will represent Firm's Legal on a cross-functional team charged with shaping and implementing Firm's MSP and contingent workforce policies and programs. Analyze, revise and negotiate supplier contracts related to Firm's contingent workforce. Partner with senior labor & employment counsel in providing US and Canadian legal support to the organization. Effectively and efficiently manage outside counsel. Navigate competing workflows, set appropriate priorities with clients and deliver results within agreed timelines. Think creatively and devise solutions to challenging problems, including making and articulating determinations regarding risks and benefits. Exercise mature and reliable judgment while enjoying Firm's enthusiastic, informal and fast-paced environment.

The candidate should have 3+ years of relevant law firm or in-house experience, with at least 2 years of focus on issues surrounding MSP and contingent workforce planning. Must have strong communication, leadership and organizational skills. Must have demonstrated ability to manage a demanding workload. Experience with Canadian labor and employment law is preferred. Strong Canadian French language skills plus. Familiarity with data centers and the colocation and telecommunications industries is desired. Experience working in a culturally diverse and global company is plus. Law degree from accredited law school, or the equivalent is preferred. Current member of a Bar association, or legal association applicable to jurisdiction of hire is ideal.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

Legal Counsel, Labor & Employment

Denver CO Legal Counsel, Labor & Employment The candidate will provide legal support for Firm's global MSP program, including proper worker classification and vetting of independent contractors. Will represent Firm's Legal on a cross-functional team charged with shaping and implementing Firm's MSP and contingent workforce policies and programs. Analyze, revise and negotiate supplier contracts related to Firm's contingent workforce. Partner with senior labor & employment counsel in providing US and Canadian legal support to the organization. Effectively and efficiently manage outside counsel. Navigate competing workflows, set appropriate priorities with clients and deliver results within agreed timelines. Think creatively and devise solutions to challenging problems, including making and articulating determinations regarding risks and benefits. Exercise mature and reliable judgment while enjoying Firm's enthusiastic, informal and fast-paced environment.

The candidate should have 3+ years of relevant law firm or in-house experience, with at least 2 years of focus on issues surrounding MSP and contingent workforce planning. Must have strong communication, leadership and organizational skills. Must have demonstrated ability to manage a demanding workload. Experience with Canadian labor and employment law is preferred. Strong Canadian French language skills plus. Familiarity with data centers and the colocation and telecommunications industries is desired. Experience working in a culturally diverse and global company is plus. Law degree from accredited law school, or the equivalent is preferred. Current member of a Bar association, or legal association applicable to jurisdiction of hire is ideal.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26
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Vice President, Labor And Employment Counsel
Refer job# MCEP152092
 
Vice President, Labor and Employment Counsel Duties: Partner with business units to assist with attainment of operational goals through the management of workforce-related matters. Provide daily counseling on a broad array of significant and higher risk and employment-related issues, such as recruitment and hiring, restrictive covenants, compensation and benefits, accommodation requests, leaves of absence, investigations, performance management, involuntary separations, workplace safety, reorganizations, reductions in force, executive compensation, immigration and international assignments. Assist with company litigation (single plaintiff and class), arbitrations, grievances and associated administrative charges; supervise outside counsel to ensure quality and cost-effective service. Provide legal support in connection with traditional labor matters ranging from organizing campaigns, contract negotiations, unfair labor practice charges, and grievance and arbitration matters. Assist with the drafting, interpretation and enforcement of employment, separation, noncompetition, confidentiality and consulting agreements. Create, conduct and implement training modules on a variety of labor and employment-related topics.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 10 years of substantive labor and employment experience in a fast-paced environment. Experience with Windows applications and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Project). Great if also have: 18+ years of substantive labor and employment experience. 5+ years in-house experience in a fast paced lean environment. Significant counseling experience on all facets of the employer-employee relationship. Demonstrated experience quickly and effectively providing strategic, business-focused advice and counsel in a dynamic, evolving environment with shifting priorities. Proven supervisory and management skills with experience overseeing complex projects delegated to in-house legal staff and outside counsel. Demonstrated ability to think strategically, work independently and drive matters to swift, favorable outcomes.
 
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Senior Counsel - Labor And Employment
Refer job# KNPI152100
 
Senior Counsel - Labor and Employment Duties: Counsel and represent on labor and employment law issues, including those under state and federal laws governing EEO, wage & hour, leave of absence, retaliation and whistleblower, and other labor and employment law matters. Provide legal, strategic and business guidance to People Team (HR), including with respect to recruiting, voluntary and involuntary terminations, and investigations. Evaluate and communicate legal risks associated with complaints, grievances, charges, employer practices, and other legal matters. Defend and represent the Company in matters before federal and state agencies, including the California Labor & Workforce Development Agency (LWDA), the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), NLRB, EEOC, OSHA and DOL. Draft policies, handbooks, agreements and position statements, and implement controls throughout the organization with respect thereto. Handle cross-disciplinary legal matters in collaboration with regulatory and business attorneys and other professionals and paraprofessionals. Engage with outside counsel to efficiently deliver legal expertise and guidance when needed. Prepare legal documents, memoranda and other forms of communication regarding transactional or legal advice. Provide legal counsel to middle management, senior management and executives on complex legal issues that have a significant impact to the organization. Counsel leaders and management on relevant changes in the law, including state and local laws and regulations that impact facilities and operations. Handle multiple legal matters in collaboration with other attorneys and paraprofessionals.

Qualifications: Must have a JD Degree from an ABA-approved law school and be an active member in good standing of California Bar. 5+ years of California labor and employment experience. In-house experience as an employment lawyer at a technology or automotive company, preferred. Experience managing and completing complex projects. Excellent knowledge of federal and state employment laws and regulations (including ADA, ADEA, FMLA, CFRA, FEHA, FLSA, IWC Wage Orders, etc.). Experience providing advice and counsel to management and Human Resource professionals on a broad range of employment issues, including recruiting; hiring; discipline and terminations; leaves of absence; wage and hour compliance; EEO compliance; restrictive covenants; and contingent worker issues. Experience managing outside counsel on employment litigation matters. Experience supporting HR and business executives regarding employee handbooks, policies and procedures, internal trainings, offer letters, termination agreements, bonuses, and other compensation matters. Outstanding written and oral communication skills. Strong client relations skills. A commitment to teamwork, collaboration and professionalism.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Labor And Employment Attorney
Refer job# STDM152077
 
Labor And Employment Attorney The candidate will be primarily responsible for providing in-house legal counsel relating to all labor and employment matters and managing outside counsel on matters relating to labor and employment issues. Will also have responsibility for reviewing, advising, and managing contracts with third parties as well as providing support to the General Counsel on various other legal issues as required by the various business units. Provide in-house legal counsel on labor and employment related matters, which may include, human resources issues, wage and hour law, workers compensation, unemployment, labor relations, employee benefits, employment agreements, corporate policy issues, FMLA matters and other state or federally-mandated leave, managing employment-related litigation or arbitration, and generally advise the Legal Department and the Human Resources Department. Ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Identify and assess legal risks and opportunities within the labor and employment area and provide reasoned, researched advice directly to decision-makers. Must have a law degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Should have Admitted to practice, or reasonable expectation of being able to obtain admission to practice, in at least one of the following states: Texas (preferred), Minnesota, Nevada, or South Carolina. Experience with labor and employment law in a firm or corporate setting required. Prior exposure to a wide variety of legal issues is a plus. Experience with a variety of legal areas and issues encountered in a corporate environment is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Employment Litigation Counsel
Refer job# OQFL152081
 
Employment Litigation Counsel The candidate will represent and defend firm in all aspects of employment-related litigation matters. Responsibilities: will be responsible for handling primarily single plaintiff employment disputes and related litigation matters, including day-to-day aspects of employment litigation matters with the assistance of a paralegal. Represent and defend Tesla in all aspects of employment-related litigation matters, including: Title VII and similar laws; affirmative action; disability access and accommodation; employee benefits; harassment and discrimination; unfair labor practice charges; wage and hour claims; wrongful terminations; and reductions in force. Engage in factual investigation, analyze complex legal and factual issues, conduct extensive, legal research, independently develop, recommend and present defense strategies on a wide range of lawsuits and disputes. Respond to complaints and other pleadings, draft and file motions to compel arbitration in California state and federal courts, propound and respond to discovery requests, prepare and file motions, appear in court, and represent Tesla at hearings, mediations and arbitrations. Prepare witnesses for deposition and trial. Negotiate for the dismissal or resolution of cases at all stages in the litigation process. Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits. Maintain knowledge of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to California employment and labor laws. Report out to colleagues on proactive approaches to mitigating legal risk gleaned from litigation matters and facilitate Tesla's ongoing compliance with applicable federal, state, and local labor and employment laws (FLSA, Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FEHA, OFCCP, etc.). Lead in management of outside counsel handling employment litigation.

The candidate should have substantial experience with all aspects of single plaintiff employment arbitrations in California, including trial experience. Must be Licensed attorney with 5-12 years of experience in employment litigation. Should have Employment law and litigation experience at a law firm or government agency, including experience defending wage and hour and/or Title VII actions. Experience defending PAGA actions and collective actions a plus. Must have experience in employment defense litigation, including initial case assessment, strategy development, propounding and responding to discovery, drafting motions, mediation, arbitration, and court trials. Should have Track record of working efficiently with a client-service focus in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Must possess an entrepreneurial mindset and take active ownership of your areas of responsibility. Should be capable of working both autonomously and collaboratively, effective at juggling and prioritizing multiple competing tasks in a fast-paced, challenging environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel Employment Leader
Refer job# QWPY152090
 
Associate General Counsel - Employment Leader Responsibilities: Lead a multi-faceted employment strategy across our firm from strategic formulation through operational execution. Develop and inspire others while building and nurturing collaborative relationships with associates at all levels of the firm. Responsible for a team of attorneys and paralegal(s), as well as management of outside council relationships; additionally, integrates with and provides leadership to attorneys in other parts of the division. Scope of work and responsibility is for the entire firm (40,000 associates).

Requirements: Requires JD Degree and license to practice in Missouri or an equivalent state. 10+ years of progressive responsibility as an attorney in private practice, in the public sector, or in an in-house counsel capacity. Demonstrated leadership skills, ability to delegate and mentor, and desire to work well with others. Possesses exceptional legal knowledge, judgment, work ethic and integrity. Extensive knowledge of relevant legal area and regulatory environment. Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve complex matters. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with demonstrated ability to influence decisions at senior executive level of organizations. Work experience related to the securities industry is preferred. Leadership involvement in industry associations is preferred. Previous supervisory experience is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel
Refer job# IMZY152011
 
Position: Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiates and drafts complex and creative employment agreements, offer letters, deferred compensation arrangements, incentive compensation arrangements, and severance agreements. Provides legal advice to the business on matters related to federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Wage and Hour Laws, anti-discrimination laws, and applicable state and local statutes and regulations across Rockefeller's rapidly expanding geographic footprint. Monitors federal, state, and local developments in employment law, and apprises key stakeholders of emerging best practices in employment law. Monitors market trends, and apprises key stakeholders of market trends and best practices for employment documents, including employment agreements and policies. Provides practical guidance to the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units on day-to-day employment and workforce issues, such as issues related to internal investigations, employee discipline, workforce training, employee leaves of absence, wage and hour issues, and worker classification issues. Assists the Rockefeller Human Capital team with drafting and maintaining the Rockefeller Employee Handbook and compliant employment policies and procedures. Partners with the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units to develop and implement legally compliant employment practices from recruitment through separation. Provides relevant employment law training to business partners. Provides general corporate legal support to the dynamic and growing business units of .

The candidate must have JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 3 years of employment law experience at a top law firm; prior in-house experience not required. Should have prior experience taking primary responsibility for employment-related contracts from drafting through execution. Must have working knowledge of federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations. Prior experience directly counseling clients, particularly senior executives, a plus. Should have working knowledge of Code Section 409A and/or ERISA a plus. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Must have superior legal drafting skills. Must able to interface effectively with, and provide practical counsel to, cross-functional stakeholders, including senior executives, client advisors, members of the Human Capital team, members of the Finance team, and fellow members of the Legal & Compliance team. Highly independent and decisive; able and eager to be the leading enterprise voice on employment law issues. Should be adaptable; able and eager to operate in a dynamic environment also tackling emerging issues. Must be able and eager to learn about, and assist with, general corporate legal issues, beyond employment law. Interested in building something
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Employment Counsel
Refer job# RSOJ152062
 
Employment Counsel Duties: Serve as the lead attorney and strategic advisor for all employment matters across the business, including diversity & inclusion, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, leaves of absence and accommodations, severance programs, labor matters, wage and hour issues, internal investigations, unemployment and worker's compensation, compensation and benefits, and immigration. Provide pragmatic day-to-day employment advice and counseling to support business needs and appropriately balance legal risk. In partnership with the People team, develop and maintain effective HR policies, procedures and other documentation, including drafting, implementing, and maintaining template documents and ensuring clear and effective procedures for all employment matters (e.g., performance improvement plans, investigation procedures, employee handbook). Advise on and advance our diversity & inclusion strategy and initiatives. Negotiate and draft employment-related contracts (e.g., talent and employment agreements, separation agreements, recruiter agreements, employee management platforms). Provide effective and engaging training on employment law topics. Oversee employment-related disputes, investigations and litigation. Monitor relevant employment law developments and keep the team up-to-date. Manage outside counsel on employment matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree and New York state bar membership or registered in-house attorney status in New York. 8+ years of relevant work experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experience with all aspects of employment law, including wage and hour and FLSA exemption issues, OSHA, labor matters, matters relating to discrimination, harassment and retaliation, workplace investigations and documentation, disability, FMLA, restrictive covenants and whistleblower protections. Experience advising on employment matters across a large and diverse employee population. Experience with employment law in non-US jurisdictions (particularly Ireland) is a plus. Litigation experience is a plus. Experience with executive compensation is a plus. Experience working in a fast-paced and disruptive business. A practical, business-oriented approach and ability to translate legal issues into clear, plain English guidance for non-lawyers. Must be a team player who will roll up their sleeves and take on additional responsibilities, while also being able to work independently and think strategically. Flexibility necessary to thrive at an ambitious, dynamic growth company, including strong business judgment and an ability to calibrate for when we need a quick response versus a deep dive to get something precisely right.. Ability to interact effectively at all levels of the organization in a fast-paced environment while building strong internal relationships and influence across departments. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple critical projects, working independently and under tight deadlines. Demonstrated ability to pick things up quickly, and work well in a fast-paced environment.
 
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Employment And Labor Counsel
Refer job# MFBZ152067
 
Employment and Labor Counsel Duties: Advise the company on worker classification, employee separations, executive compensation agreements, wage-and-hour matters. Work closely with the Experience team to craft policies and procedures for a successful workplace. Conduct workplace investigations involving whistleblower allegations and discrimination. Strategize with the recruitment team on employee mobility issues, including trade secret matters and restrictive covenants. Use a highly-regulated and well-resourced environment to strategic commercial advantage.

Requirements: Admission to practice law in the United States. Relevant experience in the US, EU, UK and other jurisdictions. 5+ years of relevant experience advising on Employment, Labor and Executive Compensation issues, whether in-house or at a top law firm. An opportunity-making attitude, using the law to increase the company's optionality, not decrease it. A demonstrated passion for cryptocurrency. A proactive, entrepreneurial mindset.
 
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Legal Counsel, Labor & Employment
Refer job# XOLV151976
 
Legal Counsel, Labor & Employment The candidate will provide legal support for Firm's global MSP program, including proper worker classification and vetting of independent contractors. Will represent Firm's Legal on a cross-functional team charged with shaping and implementing Firm's MSP and contingent workforce policies and programs. Analyze, revise and negotiate supplier contracts related to Firm's contingent workforce. Partner with senior labor & employment counsel in providing US and Canadian legal support to the organization. Effectively and efficiently manage outside counsel. Navigate competing workflows, set appropriate priorities with clients and deliver results within agreed timelines. Think creatively and devise solutions to challenging problems, including making and articulating determinations regarding risks and benefits. Exercise mature and reliable judgment while enjoying Firm's enthusiastic, informal and fast-paced environment.

The candidate should have 3+ years of relevant law firm or in-house experience, with at least 2 years of focus on issues surrounding MSP and contingent workforce planning. Must have strong communication, leadership and organizational skills. Must have demonstrated ability to manage a demanding workload. Experience with Canadian labor and employment law is preferred. Strong Canadian French language skills plus. Familiarity with data centers and the colocation and telecommunications industries is desired. Experience working in a culturally diverse and global company is plus. Law degree from accredited law school, or the equivalent is preferred. Current member of a Bar association, or legal association applicable to jurisdiction of hire is ideal.
 
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Legal Counsel, Labor & Employment
Refer job# VTJN151977
 
Legal Counsel, Labor & Employment The candidate will provide legal support for Firm's global MSP program, including proper worker classification and vetting of independent contractors. Will represent Firm's Legal on a cross-functional team charged with shaping and implementing Firm's MSP and contingent workforce policies and programs. Analyze, revise and negotiate supplier contracts related to Firm's contingent workforce. Partner with senior labor & employment counsel in providing US and Canadian legal support to the organization. Effectively and efficiently manage outside counsel. Navigate competing workflows, set appropriate priorities with clients and deliver results within agreed timelines. Think creatively and devise solutions to challenging problems, including making and articulating determinations regarding risks and benefits. Exercise mature and reliable judgment while enjoying Firm's enthusiastic, informal and fast-paced environment.

The candidate should have 3+ years of relevant law firm or in-house experience, with at least 2 years of focus on issues surrounding MSP and contingent workforce planning. Must have strong communication, leadership and organizational skills. Must have demonstrated ability to manage a demanding workload. Experience with Canadian labor and employment law is preferred. Strong Canadian French language skills plus. Familiarity with data centers and the colocation and telecommunications industries is desired. Experience working in a culturally diverse and global company is plus. Law degree from accredited law school, or the equivalent is preferred. Current member of a Bar association, or legal association applicable to jurisdiction of hire is ideal.
 
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