A Benefits & Payroll Administrator earns an average salary of C$52,500 per year.
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Job Description for Benefits & Payroll Administrator
Commonly working in the human resources department, a benefits and payroll administrator keeps track of employee-related data such as citizenship, attendance reporting, performance evaluations, and other vital employee statistics. The job usually includes making sure employees have the resources they need to stay informed on benefit and payment packages as well. Benefits and payroll administrators ensure that affirmative action laws and state and federal labor laws are followed within their company. They frequently create and disseminate employee manuals, as well as prepare and conduct welcome and orientation briefings for new employees. Background checks, recordkeeping, and data entry may also be performed by the benefits and payroll administrator depending on the company and position.Read More...
Most commonly, benefits and payroll administrator positions are found at mid- to large-sized companies; smaller companies frequently include the duties of this position in the human resource director role. This is generally a position that takes place in an office setting during regular business hours.
Although requirements may vary, many benefits and payroll administrators have a bachelor's degree. Other common requirements include knowledge of computer bookkeeping and payroll systems, as well as at least two to three years of relevant experience. Excellent communication skills are also essential for any prospective administrator. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Benefits & Payroll Administrator Tasks
- Manage and analyze employee benefit programs, research issues, and track usage data.
- Process payroll, including updating employee numbers, hours, garnishments, benefits and vacation, etc.
- Communicate with employees and management about benefits options and usage.
- Ensure organizational compliance with federal and local regulations, auditing, and non-discrimination laws.