Payroll Specialist Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Payroll Specialist?

Payroll Specialist:
If you are looking for growth and/or career advancement, this is not the organization for you. Management is okay, however no one realizes that it is the little guys that make the business succeed. The little people don't get enough credit.

Payroll Specialist in Plantation:
Pros: close to home
Cons: area

Payroll Specialist in Kansas City:
"Work-Home Life Balance."
Pros: close to home
Cons: crossing the river

Payroll Specialist:
Great managers and awesome benefits. Very strong work / life balance policies. Proud to work for a company with a mission of helping seniors love long and fulfilling lives. Generous benefits and time off plans.

Payroll Specialist in Houston:
"Corporate Culture."
Pros: The responsibility, skill management, own boss.
Cons: There isn't any employee appreciation and/or respect.

Payroll Specialist in San Jose:
"Cost of living."
Pros: It is a fast paced environment. Time goes by fast, I have a full day planned to do things - errands etc. I can go to the City and it is close by also I can go back home visit family. I am in the middle of it all.
Cons: The cost of living is way high. I basically live pay check to pay check. I have to pick and choose where my money goes. Like what is more important, gas or food or both. The quality of food is tested. I can't buy organic because I cannot afford it. The pay is okay but prices keep going up so I am forced to work full time and so is my husband. We try to do OT to help out.

Payroll Specialist in Wilmington:
"Basic Payroll 101."
Keep your daily maintenance of employee files current. Ask questions about any and everything. Perfect the process of payroll according to the company you work for. Be sure to consult with your boss regarding concerns that you have. Give 100% customer service.