Marilyn Abramowicz

Marilyn Abramowicz joined Mosteller & Associates in July 2004 with over 15 years of experience in multiple functions within Human Resources, including compensation, employee relations, employment law, EEO compliance, and training. Prior to joining Mosteller & Associates, Marilyn worked as an independent consultant with various companies, including a manufacturing company, biopharmaceutical company, and government agency, and held positions as a Senior Compensation Analyst, Human Resources Manager and Director of Human Resources Compliance for a premier, nationwide financial institution.

Marilyn has developed and administered compliance policies and programs, including Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policies and Affirmative Action Plans (AAP) for multiple locations to ensure compliance with federal and state laws; developed and administered salary administration programs; converted employee paper files into electronic files; created and implemented electronic forms for job descriptions, performance appraisals, progressive discipline, and termination of employment; and managed third-party vendor relationships. She has coached and consulted with executive management on business issues and Human Resources best practices. Marilyn has also coached, counseled and trained managers and employees in the different areas of human resources including new hire orientation, performance reviews, compliance, employee relations, and exit interviews; and developed work-life initiatives.

Marilyn currently provides human resources outsourced services including all facets of day-to-day human resources operations such as recruiting, employee relations, policies and practices, etc. Marilyn also provides compensation/analytical services to several clients as needed.

Marilyn graduated from Rutgers University with a BA in Anthropology, and continues her education through the Society for Human Resource Management and other training organizations.

Marilyn's current community involvement includes conducting youth running classes at her local YMCA, and volunteering to help with local races for charitable causes.