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HR Business Partner (Global Law Firm) – HRBP

  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Type: Direct Hire
  • Job #664

HR Business Partner (Global Law Firm) – HRBP 

Location: New York, NY | San Francisco, CA | Palo Alto, CA | Washington, DC | Seattle, WA

The Organization: Large U.S. Based Multinational Law Firm

Salary & Benefits: Base salary commensurate with experience; Generous bonus and 401K match structure; Medical, Dental and Vision Coverage; Transit Program; generous Paid Time Off; Life Insurance; exceptional culture.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Serve as an advisor to assigned groups regarding HR solutions 
  • Define and define business goals and targets
  • Ensure the alignment of business objectives with people and engagement strategies
  • Coach and consult management personnel and staff on employee relations matters
  • Confidentially meet with employees to discuss concerns as necessary
  • Conduct internal investigations and handle corrective action as needed
  • Monitor staff performance. Oversee quarterly, yearly and periodic employee reviews
  • Provide up-to-date understanding of employment law, compliance developments etc.
  • Consult and direct on complex HR matters including personnel management, legal risk reduction, business conduct, performance management, HR policy, regulatory compliance and team development
  • Evaluate and identify new and existing workforce plans and recruitment strategies
  • Make proactive recommendations and execute suitable solutions to improve the employee experience by improving staff productivity and engagement.
  • Partner with HR teams and managers to assist in the facilitation of organizational changes; collaborate with Recruiting, Engagement, and Training to design programs that help our people grow.
  • Provide well thought out recommendations to stakeholders regarding policies and process changes
  • Assess the success of HR programs and activities to ensure that the firm continues to attract, grow, and retain strong employees


  • 5+ years of related Human Resources and management experience required
  • Bachelor's Degree Required
  • SHRM or HRCI certification preferred
  • Knowledge of practices and trends within the HR industry
  • Microsoft Office familiarity, including Excel and Word; with the ability to learn new software quickly
  • Great attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and writing
  • Able to handle multiple projects and shifting priorities