Gartner EMEA Employment Paralegal, Egham in United States
EMEA Employment Paralegal, Egham
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EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLELeading Global Research & Advisory OrganisationEmployment Paralegal (Europe, Middle East and Africa – “EMEA“) – Egham (Greater London)When you join Gartner, you’ll be part of a fast-growing team that helps the world become smarter and more connected. We’re the leader in our industry, achieving double-digit growth by helping clients make the right decisions with business and technology insights they can’t find anywhere else. Our associates enjoy a collaborative work environment, exceptional training and career development — as well as unlimited growth potential. If you like working with a supportive, high-performing team, Gartner is where you want to be.This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing in-house global employment counsel team. The team works in a fast-paced environment on a wide variety of global and regional employment law issues. In this role, you will support the EMEA & global employment counsel functions and EMEA HR.Some of what you’ll doLegal research on discrete EMEA employment law mattersRegularly monitor legislative, regulatory or case law changes that may necessitate amendments to EMEA HR documentation or practices in order to comply with minimum statutory requirements and/or best practiceAssist with employment law tasks relating to commercial transactionsProvide support on all aspects of EMEA employment litigationWork closely alongside the VP and HR to review and maintain EMEA policies, procedures and contracts Assist with training EMEA HR and the business on various employment law issuesAssist with specific projects and regulatory initiatives#LI-RK2
What you’ll needBachelor’s Degree at minimum from top university3-5 years’ previous paralegal experience (either in-house or private practice) or equivalent desirableGeneral business acumen and commercial awareness, as well as a genuine interest to learn about Gartner’s businessAbility to carry out assigned projects to their completionDesire to build effective working relationships with multiple stakeholders within the companyExcellent verbal and written communication skillsExcellent planning, organizational and time management skillsAbility to handle multiple tasks, and prioritise and schedule workload in a high paced working environmentVery strong team playerAbility to work independently when appropriate but to recognise when supervision neededAbility to maintain perspective and good humourWhat we offer:In addition to an outstanding work environment with rapid advancement potential, Gartner associates enjoy exceptional compensation and benefits, including:An upbeat, positive culture. Integrity, objectivity, collaboration, results and a no-limits mind-set are central to our values.Limitless growth potential. We work with you to help you meet your goals and advance within the company.Encouragement to be innovative and challenge status quo.Exposure to industry leading training and development.Performance based recognition and rewards. About Gartner:Gartner, Inc. (NYSE: IT) is the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company. We deliver the technology-related insight necessary for our clients to make the right decisions, every day. We work with every client to research, analyse and interpret the business of IT within the context of their individual role. Founded in 1979, Gartner is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, U.S.A. – Visitgartner.comto learn more.