What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Payroll Manager in Spokane:
"Payroll Laws change."
Be involved with your local and national American Payroll Association. Recent payroll law changes are affecting any one in payroll, you can rely on professional research and issues they may have encountered. Be a part of an integrated team with your HR, Benefits department and your accounting departments.
Payroll Manager in Pembroke:
Be able to do the job without being trained. Always be on top of your training and able to stand alone when things get tough. Cover your back no one will be there to fill in for you so be ready to schedule around the payroll processing dates.
Payroll Manager in Shepherdsville:
Be understanding on all mistakes made, you are dealing with peoples money, and some live check to check and can not afford your mistake.
Payroll Manager in Arlington:
Never stop learning. Keep up to date on changing laws and new technology.
Stay organized, schedule your time as much as possible, but be flexible. Make time for the employees.
Payroll Manager in Shreveport:
When I first started out I wish I would have known the rules and regs of payroll administration.
It helps if you are proficient in Word and Excel. It also helps if you are an organized person and flexible because of all the interruptions you will experience in the job. You must be a patient person with a thick skin and be a people person.