Why Box Needs You

Box is growing fast. Real fast. Every business in the world is looking to modernize the way that they work. As the leader in Cloud ContentManagement, Box is the only company that can help enterprises transform how people work together. As we rapidly build out new capabilities for collaboration, workflow, and intelligence, more and more content is being uploaded and collaborated on within Box. That's where you come in.Box is looking for an experienced, employment law professional who is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with a broad range of responsibilities. This is a tremendous opportunity to join an established legal team and add value to a dynamic and disruptive company. You can step in and help make an immediate impact on the organization and be part of its fun and fast moving culture. This position will lead the global employment law function and partner with Box's People teams and will have a broad range of responsibilities providing global legal support across the entire employee lifecycle (including recruiting, hiring, diversity & inclusion, training, performance management, compensation, leaves of absence, return to work and accommodation issues, benefits, terminations, investigations, and other employment-related matters). You need to bring high EQ, judgment and good business sense, a strong work ethic, and a great sense of humor. You must have the ability to operate independently and drive projects, as well as to be a great teammate and thought partner; and work proactively with various teams across Box, including colleagues in Legal, People, Accounting & Finance, Box Equity, GTM and Build. The position reports to Box's General Counsel, will work very closely with People team leadership, and is located in our Redwood City headquarters.

Who You Are

●J.D. degree and membership in the California bar (or eligibility to become a registered in-house counsel)
●10+ years of relevant experience in employment law, ideally with a combination of law firm and in-house experience
●Experience managing pre-litigation and litigation matters
●Excellent judgment and ability to manage and drive multiple projects simultaneously
●Experience working with and influencing cross-functional partners
●Excellent communication, interpersonal, analytical and collaborative skills
●Attention to detail, sense of humor, team player yet autonomous, highest level of judgment and integrity
●Comfortable juggling multiple demands and shifting priorities
●Experience managing domestic and international matters preferred
●Prior experience as a people manager preferred

What You’ll Be Responsible For

●Provide advice and strategic support to Box's People Teams (Business Partners, Recruiters, People Operations, Talent & Belonging, Benefits, Immigration) and business leaders on recruiting, hiring, contingent workers, D&I, training, performance management, compensation, leaves of absence, return to work and accommodation issues, benefits, terminations, investigations, and other employment-related matters
●Partner closely with Box's People team on employee complaints and investigations to ensure prompt and thorough follow-through ●Conduct/lead internal investigations of high-risk cases, including partnering with investigators on strategy, witness interviews, and preparing reports; making recommendations as to action needed; communicating case status updates to relevant stakeholders; participating in close-out meetings
●Collaborate with People team to build scalable processes, templates, and training programs
●Provide pragmatic and solutions-oriented employment law advice and counseling
●Advise on complex/sensitive employee relations counseling matters and special projects
●Identify and implement process and policy improvements
●Prepare reporting and metrics relating to investigations and ER counseling matters
●Assist with other projects on legal team, as needed
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.To learn more about Box, visit:https://www.box.com

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