Private Practice

Employment Associate

Employment Associate

  • This role would give you the chance to get involved in work and with a variety of clients rarely available.
  • You would also work closely with our reward, pensions and immigration specialists, working on large global projects with other Associates across the Dentons network.
  • You will take a supporting role on a variety of transactions, build and maintain client relationships, and advise on day-to-day employment law issues.
  • The successful individual will ideally have experience of: most, if not all, aspects of pure employment work e.g. employment tribunal claims, advising on grievances, disciplinaries and employment relations matters.
  • We are a truly global law firm and as such, always welcome hearing from those with foreign language capabilities.

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