Internship at Peoplescient Consulting LLP

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Assessment Internship opportunity @ Peoplescient Consulting LLP [Immediate Requirements]

About the organization:

Peoplescient is an HR consulting firm specializing in labour and employment laws, pensions, provident funds, social security and employee benefits. It provides advisory, compliance, representation and litigation support services. It was founded by Mr. Rambir Dalal who has an experience of 23 years in the field of Social Security and Employment Laws. Prior to setting up Peoplescient, Mr. Dalal was the India Practice Leader for KPMG India and BSR & Co. LLP for their Provident Funds, Pensions and Social Security Practice. He is also a former Regional PF Commissioner and worked with the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) for almost 14 years.

Nature/type/work of internship:

Full Time Internship

Roles and Responsibilities:

· Consult the relevant government websites for any legal/statutory developments

· Research legal database for relevant caselaws and their ratios

· Prepare reports/memoranda for questions on specific labour laws

· Prepare proposals and scope of work documents for clients

· Prepare MIS trackers

· Prepare agenda points for client meetings

· Prepare minutes of meetings

· Follow-up with clients for information and other assignment related matters

· Prepare presentations for internal use and for client meetings

· Conduct research on companies for building an internal database

· Review documents/reports received from third parties/sun-contractors

· Collate relevant documents and bring out relevant information for statutory filings/registrations

· Assist clients in making filings/remittances/registrations/representations with the relevant authorities

· Follow-up regularly with authorities on client issues

· Send timely reports/trackers/intimations to clients on specific projects/assignments

· Discuss the projects with other team members for timely completion

· Submit project progress updates to senior management

Desired Skills:

· Strong verbal and written communication skills in English Language

· Strong research and analytical skills

· Strong drafting skills

· Strong MS Office skills

· Strong client interaction skills

Desired personality traits

· Hardworking

· Smart thinker

· Patience

· Confidence

· Clarity

· Prioritization

· Big picture thinking

· Never say die attitude

· Attention to detail

· Timely completion of assignments/projects

· Team player

· Customer orientation

· Business acumen

· Accountable and responsible

Number of Interns Required


Preferred Universities/ Colleges

NLSIU, NALSAR, NLIU, GNLU, NLUD, NLU-Jodhpur, Amity Delhi, USLLS, VIPS, Symbiosis Pune, ILS, GLC-Mumbai, Jindal Global.



Who can apply:

We are looking for energetic and competent law graduates to join our firm

Duration of internship

4 months


Certificate, Stipend (Based on Performance), Placement offer (Based on Performance)

Application Procedure

Email your Resume at [email protected]

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