Compliance Analyst

Employer
Allegis Group
Location
Hanover, MD
Posted
Aug 04, 2022
Closes
Aug 15, 2022
Ref
617864837
Function
Analyst, IT, QA Engineer
Industry
Law
Hours
Full Time
Overview: Job Summary: The Compliance Analyst will be responsible for evaluating and assessing legal, regulatory, and financial risk as it relates to regulatory compliance of the Operating Companies; mainly in North America and Puerto Rico. The Compliance Analyst will support the compliance function of Allegis Corporate Services including but not limited to proactively monitoring compliance related trends which will assist the Compliance Manager and Operating Companies in creation and implementation of compliance strategies, such as reviewing current policies, procedures, and systems to ensure compliance with all US and Canadian laws and regulations (federal, state, local and provincial) at all levels within the organization. Responsibilities: Essential Functions:Proactively track new labor and employment laws and regulations at the federal, state, local and provincial level. Key areas of focus include, but are not limited to, employment agreements/ contracts, fair labor standards, employment screening, Federal reporting, and compliance, leave, employment policies and practices, pay transparency, salary history and minimum salary requirements, and regulatory training.Interpret, apply to our various lines of business, and assess the impact of those laws and regulations on our Operating Companies. Consult with counsel as needed.Provide updates and summaries regarding laws and regulations to Enterprise Regulatory Compliance and our Operating Company stakeholders.Present issues, formulate recommended actions and escalate incidents of non-compliance to Compliance Manager as necessary.Collect, compile, and analyze compliance related data both on a regular and ad hoc basis.Coordinate internal reviews to ensure compliance with federal and provincial labor and employment laws and regulations.Partner with ACS and Operating Company leadership (as needed/as requested) to ensure and assist in managing regulatory training.Track and manage the administration and reporting of Ethics Point - the global Code of Conduct and Ethics Hotline for the Allegis Group enterprise. Qualifications: Minimum Education and/or Experience:Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in HR, Business Management or related field (preferred)PHR or equivalent designation (preferred)Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional designation (preferred)4-6 years+ of progressive human resources, employee relations, paralegal or compliance experienceExtensive knowledge of North American employment/labor law & related practices, including but not limited to the lifecycle of an employee: hiring/selection, onboarding, employment screening, wage & hour, off boarding/separation, and other significant employment practicesWorking knowledge of federal, state, local and provincial laws & regulationsSkills/Abilities:Must be highly organized and detail oriented with the ability to prioritize competing deadlinesExcellent verbal, written, and presentation communication skillsMust have superior interpersonal, customer service, and conflict resolution skillsMust possess consulting skills with the ability to collaborate with othersProficient with MS Office products and Outlook CalendarCore Competencies:Communicate ClearlyThink CriticallyCreate AccountabilityBuild RelationshipsLead Change

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