Traditionally, front office staff are the folks in contact with the consumers or clients, while the back office staff are the people behind-the-scenes working in administrative or support roles. Of course, in modern businesses it’s a whole lot more complicated than that, and there is often some crossover and confusion over what constitutes a front office and back office role. The back office is the portion of a company made up of administration and support personnel who are not client-facing. People who hold jobs in back office positions carry out functions such as settlements, clearances, record maintenance, regulatory compliance, accounting and IT services.
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