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Writing Payroll Procedures - Webinar

  • ID: 4985754
  • Webinar
  • February 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 60 Minutes
  • NetZealous LLC
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Does your company have a written payroll procedure manual? Perhaps you have a vendor-supplied manual.

Does it cover all issues, or only the system-driven ones? What about payroll policy as it involves your company? Make sure that you are ready for all contingencies by keeping your procedure manual up-to-date. Every payroll team or one-person 'team' needs a reference for payroll answers. Is there a precedent for the issue you face? If so, how was it handled before? Beginning with existing documentation - or determining that it doesn't exist-will help you to begin the process.

Whether you use a vendor-based system, an internal company system or manage the payroll manually, documentation is essential to ensure that all payroll employees and management can understand the process. If a payroll person is out, a replacement needs to understand how to process in that person's absence.

Written references are crucial in keeping payroll processes timely and accurate.
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  • Payroll and HR Team Leads
  • Internal Auditors who Oversee Payroll Process
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