Program Manager, HR Policy & Compliance
People & HR, Legal, Operations
San Francisco, CA, USA
Posted on Wednesday, January 24, 2024
Rippling gives businesses one place to run HR, IT, and Finance. It brings together all of the workforce systems that are normally scattered across a company, like payroll, expenses, benefits, and computers. For the first time ever, you can manage and automate every part of the employee lifecycle in a single system.
Take onboarding, for example. With Rippling, you can hire a new employee anywhere in the world and set up their payroll, corporate card, computer, benefits, and even third-party apps like Slack and Microsoft 365—all within 90 seconds.
Based in San Francisco, CA, Rippling has raised $1.2B from the world’s top investors—including Kleiner Perkins, Founders Fund, Sequoia, Greenoaks, and Bedrock—and was named one of America's best startup employers by Forbes.
About the role
As the Senior Program Manager for HR Policy & Compliance Processes at Rippling, you will shape, communicate, and govern HR policies and procedures on a global scale. Your role will be pivotal in managing Rippling’s compliance with labor laws and business policies. This role will work closely between Rippling’s HR and Employment Counsel team.
This role will be based in San Francisco and will be required to be in office 3 days a week.
What you will do
- Own the design, development, and governance of various HR compliance processes such as Leaves of Absence, Accommodations, Investigations, Background Checks, Pay Transparency, EEOC, and Code of Conduct as well as company business policies.
- Coordinate revisions and timely updates accordingly
- Create and launch education material on labor laws and business policies to help employees and managers understand and comply. Track training completion and monitor policy adherence
- Drive policy and process improvements and updates based on changing regulations and business needs to ensure ongoing compliance
- Lead and manage key internal HR compliance processes such as Leaves and Accommodations
- Collaborate closely with key stakeholders such as HR, Legal, Leadership, and 3rd party vendors
- Respond to state and federal notices and data reporting requests (i.e EEOC, SEC, State Filings, Pay Data). Conduct audits as necessary. Own tracking, storage, and management of data filings
- Support the business’ IPO readiness
What you will need
- Bachelor's degree or higher in HR management, labor law, legal, or a related field7+ years of progressive experience in HR, employment labor policies, HR compliance processes, or related areas
- Advanced knowledge of HR disciplines, including policy development, employee relations, and US employment laws (Global market experience advantageous)
- High-growth tech environment experience is a plus
- Strong project management skills with a keen sense of accountability and ownership
- Expert in written and verbal communication
- Strong business acumen
- Tech-savvy with a natural inclination to leverage technology for innovative HR solutions
- Proficient in tactical and strategic operations
- Proven track record of handling sensitive information with discretion
- Strong communication and collaboration skills across stakeholder groups
- Highly organized and detail-oriented
- Self-driven with the ability to identify risks, needs, and propose effective solutions
Rippling is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce and do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, veteran or military status, or any other legally protected characteristics, Rippling is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for candidates with disabilities who need assistance during the hiring process. To request a reasonable accommodation, please email email@example.com
Rippling highly values having employees working in-office to foster a collaborative work environment and company culture. For office-based employees (employees who live within a 40 mile radius of a Rippling office), Rippling considers working in the office, at least three days a week under current policy, to be an essential function of the employee's role.