U.S. Bank EU Employment Law Counsel in United Kingdom
A leader in the payments industry, Elavon provides end-to-end payment processing solutions and services to more than one million merchants around the world. If you want to make a difference in your life, your community and your world, join us at Elavon. We know our company is only as strong as our people, and we are committed to your professional growth and success. Elavon is part of the U.S. Bank family, a diverse workplace, where we celebrate the individuality of each member of our global team.
Job DescriptionYou will be supporting our Legal team in the company's various businesses and functions, as well as by delivering labour law experience, legislative updates, and employment laws background to provide the business with accurate intelligence and validated information.
Responsibilities We expect to guide our clients through employment agreements, local regulations, onboarding requirements in the non-North American countries we operate in, including templates for employment agreements, employee handbooks, termination agreements, benefits, local labour procedures. Provide practical sound legal information on all legal aspects concerning the employer/employee relationship, documents and procedures, including but not limited to local legislation relating to minimum terms, reciprocal rights and obligations, additional terms, incentives, benefits, templates for clients (including but not limited to proposals; offer letters; employment agreements, non-compete and non-disclosure agreements; employee handbook, mutual termination agreements and other documents and/or checklists related to the employment relationship and lifecycle). Responsible for participating in the business acquisition process from an employment law point of view, preparing proposals, explaining, and demonstrating technical knowledge in employment law across regions and nuances in laws. Contact, work with and partner with local law firms and other alliance partners, if necessary, for a full solution in legal information (corporate, tax, emigration).
Competencies Collaborative in approach with a strong emphasis on practical, business-centered solutions. Exhibits positive can-do attitude with excellent problem solving skills.
Maintain high ethical standards; gain the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity and authenticity
Appropriately identify and manage risks, in compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, and with Company Policy.
Technical Competencies You have strong command of international employment laws, regulations, and best practices. You have excellent written and verbal communications, client relationships and business acumen. You must possess a strong work ethic; be creative, proactive, enthusiastic, flexible, self-directed, and ethical You have a practical, commercial, and solution-oriented problem-solving approach. You have maturity, integrity, humility, and ability to maintain confidences and be discreet. You are a detail-oriented and process-driven person. You are responsive and reliable. You are self-motivated and enthusiastic about identifying areas to add value. You have immigration experience (would be a plus).
Qualifications You have good standing in all jurisdictions where admitted (Bar) You have a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience practicing international employment law, preferably with experience in-house at a multi-national company.
Benefits: We offer an exciting, fast-paced and diverse working environment with employees of many different nationalities. We provide benefits to help you protect your health and financial security; and give you peace of mind. We also invest in your career growth with development resources that give you the opportunity to stretch and shine.
This is an Elavon posting. Elavon is a part of the U.S. Bank family.
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