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A junior role as a lawyer to provide support to the senior members of the London Employment Law Team, delivering high quality employment law advice on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious employment law matters and to support the Human Resources Department and other business areas on all employment law issues
To provide general employment law advice (contentious and non-contentious), principally to CS's London Human Resources Department
The role includes providing support and advising on:
Wide range of Employee relations matters throughout the employment lifecycle
Employment Tribunal proceedings and other employment litigation
The employment law aspects of acquisitions, disposals and outsourcing/insourcing transactions, including the application of TUPE
To undertake research on complex employment law issues
To support the team in internal and external reporting requirements
A junior role in an experienced in-house employment law team in a leading global bank
The opportunity to advise on a wide range of employment law issues within Credit Suisse's London business, with involvement in European issues too
The opportunity to be involved in advising from beginning to end on employment law issues covering the full employment lifecycle
The opportunity to be involved in advising on policy development
Regular interaction with internal "clients" within HR and across the business (both locally and globally)
The opportunity to develop professional skills and regulatory/institutional financial services knowledge as part of an experienced employment law team
A friendly and supportive working environment
Open to discussing flexible/agile working.
Law degree or other degree with post-graduate law qualifications
Qualified as a solicitor/barrister in the UK
Specialist experience, in private practice or in-house, advising on as wide a range as possible of employment law matters and, in particular, drafting contracts and other documentation, employment litigation, employee relations issues, TUPE issues
Familiarity with the financial services regulatory environment
Proven ability to research legal issues thoroughly and efficiently and to present findings succinctly
Excellent ability in written and oral communications
Outstanding stakeholder engagement skills
Ability to hit the ground running in a well-established team and work effectively as a team player and independently
Strong skills in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Credit Suisse is committed to providing equal employment opportunities, regardless of ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, civil partnership, marital or family status, pregnancy, disability or any other status that is protected as a matter of local law.
Internal Number: 5900596
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