Employment Law Job Description

United States

'Employment law is a large and complicated body of laws and regulations that governs the employee/employer relationship. It includes wage and hour laws, workplace safety, rest break laws, disability leave laws, workplace harassment, employee discrimination, and wrongful discharge. Employment Law is related to Labor Law, which is the law that deals with labor unions and collective bargaining. Attorneys who practice Employment Law are called Employment Lawyers.

Here are a few sample employment law job descriptions:

Employment Law Partner

The candidate should be an excellent partner with portable business having desire to grow own client base from a stable and nationally-known platform.

Employment Lawyer - Practice Head 

The candidate should be an experienced Employment lawyer with experience in advising businesses in the £2m to £20m turnover bracket and proven ability as a business developer.

Employment Law Associate

The candidate should have 7-10 years of experience. Some portable business would be ideal.

Employment Law Paralegal

The candidate should have experience in drafting employment-related positions statements and helping respond to records requests. Experience in managing in-bound immigration work and reviewing background check results preferred.

Note: This is a temporary position.

Employment Law Attorney

The perfect candidate should have 10-15 years of client counseling and litigation experience, representing private and/or public sector employers in a wide range of employment law matters such as discrimination, FLSA, Affordable Care Act, and other labor and/or employment matters. Traditional labor experience would be a plus. Book of business in the $400K+ range is required. JD degree and Bar admission are required.   

Employment Law Associate

The candidate should have 5-7 years of experience. Some portable business would be ideal.

Employment Law Associate

Seeking an Employment Law Associate with 2-4 years of experience. Substantive experience in advising clients on the design and operation of employee welfare and pension benefits, including internal revenue code, ERISA, COBRA and HIPAA. M&A experience is preferred. ERISA/Employee benefits litigation experience helpful, but not required. Outstanding academic credentials and law firm experience are required. Candidate must be admitted to the California Bar.'

Related Employment Law Jobs
Labor and Employment Partner with OSHA experience
Memphis, TN National firm's Memphis office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a labor and employ...