£85000 - £130000 per annum
25 days ago
09 July 2020
Employment Lawyer - Leading International Law Firm
£85,000 - £130,000
This leading client-focused International Law Firm works with high-calibre clients such as FTSE 100 companies and specialises in a range of sectors including; real estate and private capital to financial services and life sciences. This Firm offers a good mix of quality work and a reasonable work/life balance as well as an excellent opportunity for career development and progression.
This role as an Employment Lawyer offers the chance to join a large team where you will get the opportunity to work with several leading and personable Partners. This role offers a mix of contentious and non-contentious work including; executive terminations, unfair dismissals, recruitment, redundancy, complex grievance complaints, service agreements, restrictive covenants, outsourcing, TUPE, investigations as well as change management.
The successful candidate:
The successful candidate for this position as an Employment Lawyer will be a hard-working and enthusiastic individual.
A strong academic background is required, and the successful candidate will have c. 3-5 years PQE. Prior experience in a commercial Employment team handling both contentious and non-contentious employment matters. Prior immigration experience is advantageous.
If you would like to be put forward for this role as an Employment Lawyer or would like to receive further information; please get in touch on:
firstname.lastname@example.org / 0207 269 6350
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