Job Details

Employment Law Attorney

Company name

BCG Attorney Search

Organization Type

Recruiter

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Jul 27, 2021

Years of Experience

4-20 yrs required

Location

New York City, NY, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Labor & Employment >> Labor & Employment
Litigation >> Litigation - Labor & Employment
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New York City office of our client seeks employment law attorney with 5+ years of experience as management counsel in all facets of New York and Federal employment laws (e.g., wage and hour, trade secret law, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, ADEA, FMLA, ADA, FLSA, and similar state laws) including counseling employers concerning the status of and developments in the law as it affects such businesses and their employees. The candidate should also have transactional experience such as the negotiation and drafting of employment agreements (including executive employment agreements), termination and severance agreements, employee handbooks and anti-discrimination policies. Must have experience providing advice and counsel to employers/management on workplace law issues. Litigation skills are a plus. Should have meaningfully interacted with Federal and State agencies concerning claims, and the investigation of claims, filed with the New York City Human Right's Commission, New York State Division of Human Rights and the EEOC.

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