Payroll Coordinator Reviews

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Based on 521 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.
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Q: What is it like working as a Payroll Coordinator?

November 2016
"Satisfying, stimulating and gratifying."
Payroll Coordinator:
Pros: Payroll and HR is incredibly vast and being able to coach paymasters to see them evolve and exchange with a customer to find a soultion suitable for him is most gratifying.
Cons: Non flexible 35 hour week. I love my job and there is so much to do. I wish I could work 40 hours a week or at least 37.5 hours would be an inprovement.
February 2017
"Nice area, fair weather."
Payroll Coordinator in Dallas:
Pros: Nice companies.
Cons: Commute time.
March 2017
"Challenging."
Payroll Coordinator in Hasbrouck Heights:
Pros: Keeps me busy.
Cons: Pay.
May 2017
"Working in Rochester."
Payroll Coordinator in Rochester:
Cons: Traffic in and out of the city is awful. Bad work location.
June 2017
"Concentration is Key."
Payroll Coordinator in Cambridge:
Attention to detail is a big plus. Being able to prioritize and do multiple things at once is required. Ability to train with all levels of people very helpful. Check and double check for accuracy.
September 2017
"Ok place."
Payroll Coordinator in Southfield:
Pros: Not bad area, safe.
Cons: Long commute.
October 2017
"Very good."
Payroll Coordinator in Dhanbad:
Pros: About coordinating and guide employee.