A compliance officer establishes a prescribed method for tracking Human Resources-related regulations and laws affecting daily operations. The role also monitors the business’s practices and procedures to ensure compliance with those rules and guidelines. The primary focus is ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local employment practices, statutes, orders, and guidelines influencing HR actions. The compliance officer is responsible for the design, development, support, and recording of the I-9 and eVerify processes, EEO-1, and Affirmative Action Plan. Creating and presenting training to management and employees on HR- related firm policies and practices is also a critical function of this position.
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