Payroll Specialists gather employee data, measure compensation, plan paychecks, and process employee payments. They maintain correct records of payroll documentation and expenses, prepare and distribute income statements, respond to payroll-related inquiries, and conduct balance of accounts and payroll reconciliations.
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Associate's or bachelor's degree in business or accounting preferred.
Proven experience in a payroll position in a fast-paced environment required.
Strong knowledge of tax and wage laws.
Good understanding of the common fiscal procedures.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Strong computer literacy including Microsoft Office applications.
Exceptional multitasking and organizational skills.
Able to work effectively with minimal supervision.
Physically able to work seated in front of a computer for long hours at a time.
Professionalize, and the condition and work under.
Small community, values matter
The combination of technical work and interaction with employees
Stress free work
Flexible working hours
Lack of serious communication on development,salary, or advancement opportunities
pay is culturally low
Not much in demand
GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
Should be good in communicating with others
Should work effectively
Passion for the job
Team work is important
Interesting Facts about the career
Payroll is often taken for granted and viewed as no more than a commodity in many companies today. Most employees will have limited knowledge of payroll and the important function that it plays – it may be seen as an administrative burden that is necessary but provides no real added value to the business.