Okla. City-Based Consulting Co. Teaches Human Resource Compliance

By Dozier, Ray | THE JOURNAL RECORD, March 29, 2001 | Go to article overview

Okla. City-Based Consulting Co. Teaches Human Resource Compliance


Dozier, Ray, THE JOURNAL RECORD


The Compliance Co., a human resource compliance and support company, helps employers gain the knowledge, resources and management support necessary to allow them to maintain their workplaces in accordance with federal laws and regulations, and in harmony with recognized principles of sound organizational management and development.

The company takes a multidisciplinary approach to human resource management. TCC's compliance professionals are attorneys with labor and employment law and employee benefits experience, certified human resource professionals, and international compensation and employee benefits experts.

This approach has earned the Oklahoma City-based company with The Journal Record 2001 Innovator of the Year Award.

The company's strategic partners include Ph.D.-level statisticians and economists who specialize in the investigation and defense of claims of unlawful disparate impact and disparate treatment; organizational development experts of national acclaim; and independent benefits consultants with complex issue-resolutions experience. TCC, along with its strategic partners provides its employer/clients with a single-source solution for all their workplace challenges.

Kathy Reilly Teel is the company's president. She is a licensed attorney and a certified Senior Human Resources who has acted as a consultant for corporations, municipalities and other entities in Labor and Employment Law and Employee Benefits for more than eight years.

Teel has trained business managers and supervisors around the nation in federal labor and employment law compliance, employee benefit issues, workplace investigations and progressive discipline procedures. She also supervises other human resource professionals, acting as a corporate consultant and lectures on labor and employment law and employment issues to members of the business community and attorneys. …

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