direction of the Legal Director for North America, the North American
Compliance Manager is to administer the regional Compliance Program to address
the compliance risks and maintain a Culture of Integrity throughout the
This position will be responsible to conduct
investigations regarding potential violations of company policy and also
consult on accommodation and leave of absence issues. Prior experience
consulting on or managing employee relations investigations in an in-house environment
- Run the Compliance program across North America to satisfy
- regional and local standards.
- Lead and manage multiple prompt, thorough, fair, and timely
- investigations of complex employee relations issues in a fast-paced environment
- with little supervision, including intake meetings, background research,
- investigative interviews, and de-brief meetings in partnership with
- stakeholders and with oversight from Legal.
- Demonstrate a strong understanding of laws, regulations,
- concepts, and practices applicable to workplace investigations, accommodations,
- and leave, and advise the human resources and benefits team in partnership with
- Legal, as needed.
- Participate in the YFAI Code of Conduct revisions and
- updates and develop and revise YFAI policies and procedures.
- Determine effective compliance training programs to educate
- YFAI employees on the legal and ethical standards that apply to their jobs. Conduct annual training for all North American
- employees on the Code of Conduct.
- Identify areas of legal compliance vulnerability and risk
- so long-term solutions can be developed and applied.
- Establish network to identify developments and updates to
- applicable laws or regulations and business ethics that impact the Compliance
- program and communicates such developments or changes to the appropriate
- Corporate Functions and Regional business.
- Enforce standards of conduct and ethical relationships
- between YFAI, its customers, contractors, suppliers, employees and
- Develops, implements and updates Investigations Guidebook
- that defines the Company’s standards and protocols.
- Completes all relevant government and administrative survey
- requests and third-party requests for information
- periodic compliance audits and collect employee feedback on the compliance
- program through surveys or other means.
- Collaborate with other regional compliance departments as
- Additional tasks as
- Bachelor's Level Degree, preferred Business, Pre-Law Enforcement, Human Resources.
- 3-5 minimum years of experience.
- Possess the key
- skills to undertake an investigation, including active listening, questioning.
- interviewing, summarizing and note-taking.
- Possess techniques to
- manage an effective investigation interview, including how to interview
- relevant witnesses.
- Must be able and willing to travel and work at customer sites, including
- industrial manufacturing plants which might require climbing, lifting, or
- working in confined spaces.