Based on 517 responses, the job of Payroll Coordinator has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.83 out of 5. On average, Payroll Coordinators are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Payroll Coordinator?
"A Monthly Challenge and Flexible Job."
Payroll Coordinator in Calgary:
Pros: I get to work in several different areas, however, a large portion of what I do is taken up by the Payroll element. It's a busy season at the end of the month, but its an interesting challenge. I work mostly in an open office space until it comes to the more protected numbers and employee details. Other than payroll, I deal with clients, marketing, information technology, administration, human resources, and external relations.
Cons: The company does not communicate well so those cause problems in my role at times. I haven't been able to move forward through this role and have been in the same place for almost 3 years now. I have received pay cuts because of organizational difficulties while others who share the same title remained at the same wage. And a few power struggles within the company as a whole. The work is good, the coordination of it is not.
"Low pay for hard work."
Payroll Coordinator in Greenville:
"Stress Levels & Career Paths."
Increase your education and keep up on current tax laws.
Pros: Making sure everything is correct.
Cons: People that don't care about the rules.
"The payroll service they choice."
Clearly read the job description.
Pros: Working in a hospital environment as I'm studying to be a PA.
Cons: It's too much work and I feel like I am being underpaid.
Pros: Helping people to get paid correctly.