Overview

Join the team that powers the global real estate economy – CoreLogic is an innovative, future focused company whose vision is to deliver unique property-level insights that power the global real estate economy.

We are a $1.95 billion in sales company with more than 6,000 employees globally serving the financial services and insurance industries. We are evolving at a rapid pace and the clients we serve are challenged from every direction, which means we are growing and innovating to help drive their success. Working together, and differentiated by our superior data, analytics and data-enabled solutions, we empower our clients to make smarter business decisions through data-driven insights. We take initiative, are fully accountable, build respect and trust, make transparency a mustand engage, include and collaborate at every turn.

We take pride in our work and believe in cultivating a work environment that supports and values our greatest asset: our talented employees.

Job Description:

Associate General Counsel – Employment

This position will be responsible for providing legal support to the organization on labor and employment matters. The position handles a variety of moderately complex to complex legal matters and projects, including day to day advice to the company and its HR and business professionals on the full range of employment law issues. The position also conducts legal research as needed, manages administrative charges and employment litigation, conducts training on employment law topics, and recommends changes to HR policies and practices to ensure compliance with evolving laws in all of the companys locations, as well as other related duties.

Essential Functions/Responsibilities

Partner with internal clients to create proactive strategies designed to avoid or minimize exposure to legal liability.

Identify and analyze legal issues, draft key documents, present clear recommendations, and ensure legal compliance as it relates to the noted areas of law.

Manage and supervise representation of the companys position before federal, state, and local government agencies regarding the noted areas of law.

Stay current with legal developments, best practices, and benchmarks in the noted areas of law and assist internal clients in implementing policies and procedures in response thereto.

Deliver expert legal counsel on labor and employment matters to the corporation.

Provide support and timely advice on the full range of employment law issues, including leaves of absence and accommodations.

Provide oversight on investigations to ensure they are appropriately assigned, investigated, and resolved promptly in compliance with internal procedures.

Leverage experience to identify and proactively manage employee relations matters, including the delivery of relevant training.

Manage relationships with external labor and employment counsel, including invoice review and approval.

Deliver legal advice related to worker health and safety, including but not limited to OSHA regulations and state and local laws.

Strategically manage and provide legal support as needed for employment litigation.

Remain current on legal and business developments and share appropriately with the HR team and business partners, including providing training as needed.

Participate in the development of policies and projects with significant organizational impact; influence company-wide direction.

Job Qualifications:

Education, Experience, Knowledge and Skills

Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school with admission to the Texas bar. The ideal candidate will also be admitted to the California bar (but not required) or at least be familiar with California law, and have some global employment law experience.

Minimum of 8-10 years of experience representing employers in employment law matters (including employment litigation)

Labor & Employment Laws: Title VII, ADA, ADEA, OWBPA, FMLA, USERRA, FLSA, FCRA, OSHA, ERISA, COBRA, workers compensation, restrictive covenants, unemployment, NLRA, WARN, immigration compliance, AAPs and OFCCP regulations, and related state and local labor and employment laws.

Employee Relations: Knowledge of the broad range of factors that could impact the employee/employer relationship. This includes company policies, practices, and ethical obligations. Ability to oversee related investigations and oversee implementation of appropriate resolutions.

Demonstrated leadership in the field of employment law including experience with employment-related aspects of M&A/Divestitures/Outsourcing preferred

Ability to positively influence behavior of multiple stakeholders, as well as to successfully balance the interests of employees with maintaining appropriate legal and fiscal positions for the company

Ability to think strategically and creatively, to identify and resolve legal issues efficiently, possess and apply knowledge of the business

Must be able to handle company confidential information and data requiring the highest degree of attention to preserve confidentiality

Ability to travel as required by position

Experience with international employment law issues preferred

Excellent communication, decision-making, collaboration, and influencing skills

Strong business acumen, analytical skills

CoreLogic offers an empowered work environment that encourages creativity, initiative and professional growth and provides a competitive salary and benefits package. CoreLogic is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer committed to attracting and retaining the best-qualified people available, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability or status as a veteran of the Armed Forces, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law. CoreLogic maintains a Drug-Free Workplace. We are fully committed to employing a diverse workforce and creating an inclusive work environment that embraces everyones unique contributions, experiences and values. Please apply on our website for consideration.

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