DLA Piper is a people business and our team of International HR professionals works with the firm’s leaders to support our business strategy and create an environment for our people to succeed by performing at their best. With on-the-ground support in over 40 locations, our team understands what it means to be truly global and still remain locally connected.
Whether you are one of our business-facing teams working with leaders in key locations, or providing advice from within our communities of expertise, or delivering high-quality HR services via HR operations and shared services – we work as one team, stay connected across our network and strive to be a trusted advisor in everything we do.
Our Talent Development team creates opportunities and career structures for everyone to grow. Many of the team have international roles which span a range of design and development work, while also delivering one of our award-winning programmes.
As a professional – whether it’s in recruitment, reward, mobility or talent development, you will be providing innovative products and services. Much of our work is recognised; with awards for our graduate programmes in the UK and Germany, as well as advancing our reputation through our diversity, family-friendly and well-being activities.
In 2019, DLA Piper became only the third organisation in Spain to be recognised for its diversity and inclusion work by the Madrid Bar Association. Pilar Menor, our Country Managing Partner in Spain, accepted the award for “good practice on equal opportunities” from the Association, which is the biggest in Europe with more than 70,000 members.
Read the stories of our people in the Human Resources team and discover the work they’re doing at DLA Piper.
“The trust and respect I have for the people I work with is an important factor for me. The culture is friendly and inclusive, and the firm has a collegiate feel about it.”
— Partner & Employee Advisory Specialist
“I like how varied my days can be, and how in the spirit of collaboration, I can be asked by colleagues to use my skillset to support them on a wide range of challenges.”
— Talent Management Specialist
“I like the variety of my role and that the HR department really makes a difference – whether it’s attracting new talent, making sure people feel welcomed, or making sure training needs are met.”
— HR Manager