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UPS Legal Labor & Employment Policy Supervisor in Atlanta, Georgia

The Legal Labor and Employment Policy Supervisor will provide support to the UPS Legal Labor and Employment team in all types of non-litigated labor and employment matters, including unfair labor practice charges, labor arbitrations, Labor Catalog system, OSHA matters, wage claims, conciliation agreement and consent decree compliance, employee dispute resolution, as well as legal support of employment policy, advice and training.

The Supervisor should be generally familiar with concepts in various areas of employment law. The Supervisor will build plans for conciliation agreement and consent decree compliance, and track progress to plan. He/She will serve as a liaison with other stakeholders (e.g., Risk Management, Security, Public Affairs/Communications, Business Development, Human Resources, Labor, Payroll, Information Security, Health & Safety and other UPS business units) to implement risk mitigation activities, including training. For example, the role will be responsible for working with Employee Communications to implement awareness campaigns.

A significant part of the role is developing and running regular reports to track various activity, such as OSHA concerns, employee discipline and dispute resolution, and other legal metrics. The Supervisor will use data analysis to identify trends and assist with implementing corrective action. Software for reporting includes Passport, Sharepoint, Navex, and Tableau.

The Supervisor will need to be adept at working with various individuals, prioritizing work based on importance and deadlines as well as having the ability to communicate with the UPS in-house lawyers about which matter will take priority. This role will manage others.

Responsibilities

Supports UPS Lawyers in Designing and Implementing Work Place Policies and Strategies

  • Provides as needed support to various UPS in-house counsel.

  • Conducts internal analysis and review of current UPS processes and procedures to map the processes and identify gaps, obstacles to overcome and opportunities for improvement.

  • Supports UPS in-house counsel in overcoming obstacles to implement work place policies.

  • Identifies and merges redundant workstreams.

  • Keeps repositories/trackers of policy and strategy documents up to date and distributes reports.

  • Develops, distributes, and conducts various training.

  • Provides assistance with managing various processes.

Serves as a Liaison to UPS Departments and Functions

  • Acts as a liaison to various departments to interface between UPS Legal and other departments.

Manages Deadlines and Assists Business Partners with Implementing New Policies

  • Coordinates deadlines and communication involved in new policies.

Supervises and Develops Others

  • Determines employees’ training needs to produce continuous development plans.

  • Provides on-going feedback and support to improve performance.

  • Conducts performance evaluations in a consistent, fair, and objective manner to encourage continuous performance improvement.

  • Holds others accountable to established performance levels to achieve individual and group goals.

  • Resolves individual and group performance issues in accordance with UPS’s policies and procedures in a timely manner to motivate and foster teamwork.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree - Required

  • Previous employment law, HR, or Labor Relations experience – Required

  • Microsoft Office proficiency - Required

  • Previous law firm experience – Preferred

  • Previous in-house experience – Preferred

  • Paralegal Certification - Preferred

UPS is an equal opportunity employer. UPS does not discriminate on the basis of race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/age/sexual orientation/gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law

Company: UNITED PARCEL SERVICE

Category: Legal, Full Time, Human Resources, Corporate, Professional

Requisition Number: 281030

Location: Atlanta,Georgia

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