Liz joined the Complete Payroll team in late 2011 after a very successful beginning to her career in Central and North America working for International Fortune 500 companies providing Payroll and HR support. Liz permanently moved to the United States in 2007 and successfully managed a family restaurant before teaming up with Complete Payroll. Not only is Liz a very talented, certified PHR (Professional in Human Resources), she has a very diverse background in recruiting, benefits, employee relations, and international payroll as well as being fluent in both Spanish and English languages. Since taking over the HR department, Liz has proven to be a critical member of the Complete Payroll executive team by bolstering our HR product offerings as well as providing exceptional support to our extraordinary team members. A native of Costa Rica, Liz earned a degree in Human Resources, but now resides in Western NY where she is an active member of her community and an active leader in a successful, local family business. As the Director of HR for Complete Payroll, Liz works vigorously on a daily basis to maintain our wonderful work environment as well as our Payroll Country values.
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