Payroll duties require careful strategy, teamwork, and execution. You have to deal with numbers and budgets and timesheets and government forms—this isn’t anything you want to screw up. As exciting as pay day is, it takes a lot of work to get there. As a payroll manager or accountant, you make it happen.
Following payroll best practices includes having a payroll process and putting together a payroll audit procedure to ensure that process is performing as it should.
You have to check (and recheck) that you cross your t’s and dot your i’s. Before we go through the steps of how to conduct a payroll audit, let’s talk about why you should do it in the first place.
In the market for a new payroll provider? Ready to move to the cloud?
You've got some research ahead of you. You'll want to choose the best payroll service for your company: one that fits your needs and your company culture. You want a payroll provider you can trust with confidential information and rely on for support. You want a payroll service that can streamline your efforts and deliver results.
Looking for top talent to fill your payroll manager role? You must create a job description that will attract the right candidates for the job. Managing a company’s payroll and everything that goes with it is a big job. You want someone who is reliable, trustworthy, detail-oriented, good with numbers—and people.
An integrated HR payroll system is a software solution that merges payroll and HR activities for maximum efficiency. By integrating all of your workforce management activities into one platform, you can say goodbye to spreadsheets and disconnected HR systems, and support your employees from hire to retirement.
If you’re in HR or payroll, you’re no stranger to compliance management, forms, and deadlines—though keeping them all in order may be a different story. We want to be sure you’re equipped with the right information to keep everything on track year after year, from ACA to FLSA.
That’s why we put together the HR and payroll compliance calendar every year, to bring you an important list of dates and deadlines you need to know to help keep compliance on track for your workplace. Check out our latest calendar for 2019.
Happy National Payroll Week! Since its founding by the American Payroll Association in 1996, NPW has celebrated payroll professionals and sought to highlight their crucial contribution to the nation’s workforce. According to the National Payroll Week website, the celebration “is a national campaign to help America’s workers understand more about their paychecks, the payroll withholding system and other payroll-driven benefits.”
At Fuse Workforce Management, we’re well aware of the valuable contributions of payroll professionals, as well as some of the key challenges they face in doing their jobs. That’s why we’ve published several articles to help make their jobs a little bit easier and more productive.
Finally, a compliance calendar for HR and Payroll! If you've ever wondered how to stay on top of everything that goes on in an entire year for Human Resources, this guide is for you. To help you always be a step ahead of 2017, we put together a calendar highlighting some key dates and deadlines for anyone in Human Resources, Benefits, Payroll, or Accounting with important information for reporting and filing, even federal holidays, all in one place.
Before we get too lost in our PSLs and flannel shirts, let's talk about September. What a month in the world of HR! Employers ill-prepared for FLSA changes, a bill to help close the wage gap, mismatched perceptions between employees and their employers, and a whole week to celebrate payroll!
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