How to become an employment lawyer?
If you want to become a employment lawyer than you must have a good adviser and you need to have a good listing skills.
The role of an employment lawyer is also to give advice against claims to the businesses and institutions involved, gather and explore HR policies focusing on all elements of the employment agreement, and carry out negotiations with both the employer and trade unions, when applicable.
Reviewing workplace policies and procedures on topics such as bullying and harassment
They also help both workers and employers navigate compliance challenges related to employment law. If an employment law has been violated, an employment lawyer will clarify the legal rights of those who have been harmed.
Assisting employers to comply with health and safety regulations.
Defending breaches of health and safety law.
Advising employees on their rights in preparation for internal processes, such as a disciplinary hearing.
Step to become a employment lawyer
Pass 12th class with minimum 45%.
Take a entrance exam
Or other state exam
Earn bachelor degree in law
enrolled as an advocate in the roll of Bar Council
Do an internship in corporate law firm
Earn master degree in employment lawyer
Gain some experience while doing master degree in law
Earn PhD degree if you want
The student must also have done internships in proper law firms in order to boost their resume and get an understanding of the work of employment lawyer.
Minimum Education required
LLM specialization in employment law
for an employment lawyer is about $87,000 as of 2018, with some attorneys earning as much as $185,000 a year or more.
In India you can earn between 4 to 12 lakh per annum.