Employment Law Specialist Jobs
Whatever policies and strategies a company has for future growth and success, employment law will always trump them in the real world. If a plan does not take into account employment law, it could fall foul of legislation and end up being not just unprofitable but possibly even destructive. That’s why larger companies are looking to have in an-house employment law specialist on their HR team.
The employment law specialist works alongside managers and the human resources team to ensure that every contact point – from ad placing, through employment and on to dismissal, resignation or retirement – is carried out in compliance with the law. The employment law specialist may act as a consultant to several departments or to the whole company, and will be charged with ensuring all paperwork is completed accurately and within the timeframes set down in law.
The skills required
Because employment law is a fluid thing, particularly in terms of the UK’s relationship with EU law as we leave those institutions, the job will require a thorough and ongoing knowledge of the permutations and interpretations of employment law. A background in a legal practice or as an in-house employment law specialist is useful, as is experience working at the compliance end of HR in a company with a complex employment model.
All industries are different, and although there are many employment laws that are overarching, experience in dealing with the company’s particular sector will be advantageous. The chief task will be to ensure the company is compliant, and this could mean overriding long-standing or proposed strategies if a legal inconsistency is discovered. That requires a strength of character and a conviction that your understanding of the law is solid.
Employment Law Specialist Jobs in Maidstone
The county town of Kent, Maidstone is situated on the River Medway and is just over 30 miles south-east of London. A bustling town with plenty of history and pretty public gardens, Maidstone is also an excellent option for those seeking Employment Law Specialist positions.
Archaeological evidence suggests that the area around Maidstone has been occupied since the Neolithic era, while the Romans and Normans also had settlements here. For much of the town's history, its economy relied on the river, which powered mills and served as a trade route.
By the 18th century, Maidstone had built up a number of industries, including stone quarrying, brewing and cloth making. Paper was also manufactured here and a technique for making wove paper was developed by James Whatman in 1740.
Today, Maidstone is a thriving community with plenty of retail space, restaurants and accommodation. It's also home to a number of large companies, such as KEF, which makes loudspeakers on the site of what was once a metalworking facility.
Maidstone is home to one of the largest office centres in the country. A significant amount of paper and package making is still carried out here and Aylesford is the largest paper recycling facility in Europe - it also manufactures newsprint.
In recent years, a number of tech and communications companies have also set up operations in Maidstone.
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