Posted on Wednesday, February 7, 2024
Crypto has had tremendous growth over the last several years. That growth comes with inevitable regulation. Regulation, in our view, is a good thing because it increases adoption.
Organizations that enable this transition from the pre-regulation to post-regulation environment - the companies compliantly navigate a changing regulatory landscape, or better yet, facilitate it, will be some of the most relevant organizations of the future. Toku will be one of those companies.
Toku’s products enable crypto-native companies to compliantly compensate their teams in both fiat and tokens in over 100 teams globally. Toku’s growing list of customers includes Aragon, Astar, dYdX, Filecoin Foundation, Gitcoin, Gnosis, Hedera Hashgraph, Protocol Labs, Teller, Safe, Storyverse, and others.
Paying people with tokens is such an obvious and early real-world use case of any token, regardless of what else the token can do. All tokens can be used to compensate workers - and in fact, are! Toku ensures that all token compensation is managed legally, and proper taxes are paid. This is a critical part of the transition to a post-regulation crypto industry.
Toku raised $20 million from a consortium led by Blockchain Capital with Protocol Labs, GMJP, OrangeDAO, Orrick, Reverie, Quantstamp, Next Web Capital, and prominent angel investors including Protocol Labs founder Juan Benet and Alchemy co-founders Nikil Viswanathan and Joe Lau. Read more about Toku in Fortune, Yahoo Finance, and CoinDesk.
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As Toku's Employment Counsel, you will work closely with our Sales and Customer Success teams to advise and manage complex international employment and immigration solutions for clients. This role is global in scope; we understand that it’s a large surface area. We don’t expect you to be an expert in every country’s employment and immigration laws and processes, but we do expect you to be proactive, autonomous, resilient, adaptable, and eager to continually learn and develop professionally.
- Act as a liaison with clients, regulatory agencies, and internal teams to effectively manage employment and immigration processes.
- Work with local counsel to ensure that we are on top of regulations and able to answer client questions in a timely manner.
- Directly handle all aspects of immigration cases, including application preparation, filing, and follow-up.
- Offer strategic advice to clients on immigration matters, ensuring that their international workforce complies with local immigration laws.
- Assist in developing and updating employment and immigration policies and procedures.
- Research international employment and immigration laws, keeping updated with changing regulations.
- At least 5-7 years of experience in employment or immigration law, with a proven track record in handling complex cases.
- Prior experience working with an Employer of Record, particularly in a startup environment.
- A law degree from an accredited institution and a valid license to practice law.
- Ability to work independently and handle cases directly.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to advise and communicate complex legal matters clearly to clients and stakeholders.
- A hustler mentality, founding a company or building side projects is a plus!
Toku is an equal opportunity employer, and we are committed to being a diverse team that reflects a broad range of background, thought, and experience. We do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, status as an individual with a disability, status as protected veteran, or any other legally protected characteristics. Women, minorities, LGBTQ+, and people from underrepresented backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
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