This presentation gives an overall view of the benefits of having thoroughly documented payroll procedures in the department and how to create them. Join Us and Learn:
1) Why writing procedures as you are doing them is not the best way
2) How an alien from another planet can actually help you write clear and concise procedures that anyone can use and understand
Of course, you need to join us to find out the answer to this one!
How to organize your procedure writing process for the best results
What steps to take to get this monumental task under control?
How to write procedures in hours instead of days and weeks
Why you should attend:
Every payroll professional knows that they must ensure that all employees are paid accurately, that contracts and wage and hour laws are adhered to and that each paycheck is taxed properly. This must happen every time, and every payroll, without fail. And every payroll department knows that the only way to do this is by documenting important and critical procedures. Having thoroughly documented payroll procedures can ensure that excellence is maintained while errors and bad habits are prevented even during the most challenging of times in the payroll department!
However, writing payroll procedures is an arduous task that many payroll professionals know they need to do but just can’t seem to get started. Or they start the project but get bogged down by the sheer volume of labor involved! But having the knowledge of how to document your payroll procedures correctly and a clear understanding of what you need to accomplish this task will set you quickly on your way to success!
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- How to organize your procedure writing process for the best results
- What steps to take to get this monumental task under control
- How to write procedures in hours instead of days and weeks
- How a well written procedure can help promote the importance of payroll in your company and increase understanding of the payroll function
- How to revise outdated policies
- How to draft uniform policies and procedures that support compliance with company policies, federal and state laws and regulations and sound fiduciary principles
- How to use the procedure writing process to streamline payroll processes and clean up bad habits that may have accumulated over time
- Payroll professionals
- Human Resources
- Accounting Personnel
- Business Owners
- Attorneys, or any individual or entity that must deal with the complexities and technicalities of the payroll process.