Coordinator, Labor Relations
NetflixLos Angeles, CA
Full Time Job
Netflix's Labor Relations team is seeking a Coordinator who will provide support to the team, on both UCAN and ex-UCAN productions and issues. The successful candidate will have prior experience in a business affairs, legal, production, and/or labor relations setting, and will be self-motivated, quick-thinking, flexible, and able to juggle multiple and diverse responsibilities with a strong emphasis on organization and an unwavering attention to detail. This is a demanding and fast-paced role that requires curiosity and significant initiative, as well as interest in learning new territories. They will report to Senior Counsel, Labor Relations.
include, but are not limited to:
• Research, update and maintain the international union guidance, hiring guidelines and other ex-UCAN learnings.
• Provide support on ex-US productions with US talent and/or where existing EU (or other territory) collective bargaining agreements control, including answering guild questions such as scale, pension and the like.
• Handle submission of union/guild information requests, quarterly earnings reports and waiver requests.
• Support the LLO team on projects, priorities, and production schedules.
• Assist with preparation for ex-US collective bargaining negotiations.
• Oversee the submission of DGA/WGA Weekly Worklists and EEO Data Reports by production personnel as well as Equity forms.
• Ensure Weekly Worklists, Deal Memos, applicable Equity documents and other labor documents are uploaded into the appropriate folders by the applicable production personnel.
• Handle and coordinate signatures (both externally and internally) and ensure signed agreements are uploaded into digital document tracking system and shared appropriately with other departments.
• Assist in updating status charts, ex-US agreements and maintain contact lists.
• Administer guild and union signatory set-up for production entities.
• Create and maintain grievance/claim log to ensure timely response to disputes over interpretation and implementation of guild/union collective bargaining agreements.
• Research, compile, and prepare data for use in audits, grievance hearings, arbitration proceedings, labor/management initiatives and collective bargaining negotiations.
• Assist in compiling data for industry pension and health plan audits.
• Perform other related duties as assigned.
• BA/BS required;
• 5 years of related work experience is required;
• Demonstrated good judgment and strong critical thinking skills;
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
• Ability to work proactively, independently and reliably under tight timeframes in a fast-paced environment;
• Comfortable with fluidity and iteration, and open to change and new ideas;
• Interest in working in ex-US territories and comfort with less familiar spaces;
• High level of organization, detail orientation and ability to time-manage across multiple deadlines;
• Willingness to tackle matters outside area of expertise.