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Clyde&Co Qatar Jobs 2022 Junior Associate Jobs in Qatar
On Clyde&Co Qatar Careers official website currently published a new Qatar Jobs notification for hire Junior Associate job vacancy in Qatar. Candidates who have Bachelor’s degree qualification can apply for Clyde&Co Qatar Jobs 2022. The Company will paid impressive monthly salary after selection. Clyde&Co Qatar Jobs Salary will be QAR 3143.00 a month expected.
Clyde&Co Qatar Jobs Junior Associate Brief Details According to Official Clyde&Co Qatar Careers Portal
|Name of the Position||Junior Associate|
|Job Location||Jobs in Doha|
|Salary||QAR 3143.00 Per Month|
|Job Type||Qatar Jobs|
Job Title Junior Associate, Employment | Doha
Expertise Employment & Pensions
Job Location Doha
Clyde & Co is one of very few firms in the region that has a dedicated team of specialist employment and incentives lawyers advising on the varied issues facing businesses on a day to day basis. The team has native Arabic speakers and provides specialist advice within the ambit of a large full service international law firm.
The firm’s specialist lawyers provide advice across all areas of contentious and non-contentious employment law, with a focus on providing commercially orientated advice and practical solutions.
The firm advises clients across the Middle East and Africa in various sectors including construction, technology, hospitality, retail and insurance, on compliance with employment and sponsorship regulations. It acts for multinational clients, large family owned businesses as well as Government owned and Government decreed entities. In the region it advises on free zone regulations in various countries and including the financial centre free zones in the UAE; these being the ADGM and DIFC and the QFC in Qatar.
Equally, advice is provided on applicable quotas and regulations for the employment of nationals, and employee arrangements, including international secondments or assignments.
Clyde & Co advises local and foreign owned companies on the implementation and structure of executive and all-employee incentive arrangements as well as related employment, regulatory and corporate governance matters.
The MEA Employment Team provides advice to clients across the region, working with members of the Firm’s network of offices and third party providers, and regularly provides project management support to clients on cross-border issues.
Advising the DIFC Authority on the implementation of DIFC Law No. 2 of 2019, as amended (the DIFC Employment Law), including drafting new sections of the law.
Working with a UAE free zone authority to benchmark their existing labour and immigration rules and practices against those of other regional free zones and international jurisdictions.
Advising a Qatar based regulator in relation to HSE regulatory amendments post COVID 19 office working restrictions.
Advising the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre on its employment regulations and preparing template employment contracts and guidance documentation to be issued to its members.
Advising Bayer Middle East on multi-jurisdictional advice regarding employer health and safety obligations in the Middle East.
Advising multinational employers on compliance with Nitiqat, their requirements to train Saudi nationals, employ disabled Saudi nationals and plan strategically for the development of the Saudi workforce.
Advising an international Qatar based consultancy in relation to the termination of two employees’ employment and one consultancy agreement for breach of confidentiality and use of employer knowhow and Intellectual Property Rights.
Advising McKinsey & Company across 39 different jurisdictions regarding the recruitment process to assess a candidate’s suitability for an employment position.
Advising Thinkwell on the staffing and immigration considerations associated with Australian Pavilion at Expo2020 Dubai.
Advising Accenture Middle East on a range of matters including, notably, the implications of Covid-19.
Advising and representing a professional services firm in a claim brought in the DIFC for discrimination and harassment.
Advising an international Qatar based aviation specialist joint venture in relation to the actions which it needed to undertake regarding the detention of its public relations officer (PRO) and authorised immigration signatory for visa trafficking; we also provided immigration support in the short term whilst the PRO was being detained.
Conducting an internal investigation on behalf of a multinational organisation following a whistleblowing complaint regarding harassment and bullying behaviour by a senior member of staff.
Representing a financial services firm in the Saudi Courts in respect of a claim for breach of contract and unlawful dismissal.
Advising a Qatar based international Embassy in relation to employee termination for misuse of social media, including advising in relation to the internal investigation, documents to be drafted and circulated and subsequent cancellation of visas and repatriation.
What the directories say
Clients appreciate that “the senior lawyers have significant experience in the region, and are therefore well versed in navigating any issue that arises. They understand the policy behind the laws and offer practical insight.”
A fellow practitioner enthused: “If anyone asked me who the market leaders are, I’d say them.” Chambers & Partners 2022
Clients in this year’s Legal 500, referred to “The ‘absolutely outstanding’ Emma Higham focusses on employment issues and ‘goes above and beyond’ for her clients, providing ‘in-depth knowledge of the law and practice in Qatar’.”
Rebecca Ford has a strong presence in the market and is acknowledged by commentators for her deep understanding of employment matters in the UAE. She regularly handles employment disputes in the DIFC and ADGM courts on behalf of financial services and education clients. Peers acknowledge her as “an excellent lawyer” who is “well respected in the market.”
Sara Khoja receives high praise from commentators, who say: “She is someone you want on your side,” noting that she is “really fantastic” and “put us at ease during a stressful time.” She is also known for her “deep-rooted knowledge of the region, its laws and regulatory bodies,” while also being “very responsive and commercial.” Her practice encompasses workplace investigations and defending employers against claims for unfair dismissal, as well as providing support on the employment implications of major M&A transactions.
We are looking for a Junior Associate to join our busy Regional Middle East and Africa, Employment Group. The role will be based in Doha with a requirement to travel as necessary across the region and, in particular to our offices in Dubai and KSA. The role will have a regional remit and cover contentious and non-contentious matters. The ideal candidate will have a strong employment background, gained within a large-scale international or regional top tier firm. Whilst the primary business language of the practice is English, Arabic language skills would be a plus.
Instructing and liaising with correspondent law firms across the region;
Providing advice and support to clients on a full range of employment issues, including recruitment and sponsorship procedures, remuneration and benefits packages, grievance and disciplinary procedures and issues arising on the termination of employment;
Supporting the corporate department with employment issues arising out of transactions, such as undertaking employment due diligence, drafting warranties and indemnities in agreements and the transfer of employees;
Drafting and amending employment contracts, employee handbooks, policies and procedures and other employment-related documentation;
Interacting directly with local and international clients from a wide range of sectors;
Advising clients on employment disputes and drafting settlement agreements;
Advising clients on immigration matters;
Contributing to the employment practice’s know how and precedents system;
Supporting a wide range of business development initiatives.
Essential Skills & Experience
The ideal candidate will have:
Have attained a degree certificate(s) from a reputed institution, achieving a minimum grade of 2:1 or equivalent;
At least 2 years of post-qualification experience or equivalent;
Training and experience gained with either a well-recognised international or regional top tier law firm or a reputable Employment boutique;
Have worked extensively on employment-related matters. Regional experience would be an advantage. In the absence of regional experience, the candidate must demonstrate a genuine desire and commitment to working and being based in the Middle East;
Strong drafting skills with a keen attention to detail;
Experience in carrying out detailed and methodical legal research using available resources;
Demonstrates an ability to interact confidently with clients and develop business pro-actively;
Have a mature and flexible personality and is able to work well within a team;
Be self-motivated and possesses a very pro-active attitude towards completing jobs and developing business;
Has a genuine commitment to building a career with Clyde & Co in the Middle East.
Clyde & Co
Clyde & Co is a dynamic, rapidly expanding global law firm, focused on providing legal services to clients across our core sectors of insurance, transport, energy infrastructure, and trade. Since 1933, the firm has come to reflect the increasingly diverse and global face of business. Through our international network, we advise businesses that are at the heart of worldwide commerce and trade, as well as helping organisations who wish to enter and grow in new and emerging markets.
With over 2,500 legal professionals operating from more than 50 offices and associated offices on six continents, we advise corporations, financial institutions, private individuals, and governments across a wide range of contentious and transactional matters.
We are proud that our firm has been recognised around the world for its innovative approach to law, client-focused approach, and broad expertise. We have been named Insurance Firm of the Year in multiple regions over the past several years. For a full list of our most recent awards, please see our website: https://www.clydeco.com/en/about/awards
Clyde & Co, MEA
With over 30 years’ experience in the region and the largest presence of any international law firm, we pride ourselves on being able to help clients recognise and overcome the challenges of doing business in the Middle East.
Our more than 40 partners and 150 legal professionals work from four offices located across the region. Our Dubai office acts as a central hub for our regional operations that include offices in Abu Dhabi in the UAE, Doha in Qatar and Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. Our large regional presence enables us to support our clients across the full spectrum of their corporate and commercial needs throughout the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) and wider Levant.
Our deep sector knowledge covers insurance, energy, transport, infrastructure, marine and trade as well as aviation, education, defence, finance, healthcare, hospitality and technology.