The payroll department is responsible for processing and distributing payroll in a timely and accurate manner and coordinates with external vendors including payroll processing platforms, payroll partners and PEOs and internal customers including PeopleOps, Tax, Legal and Accounting. The payroll department is responsible for reports, earnings information and other payroll data on a recurring basis as well as compliance with federal, state and local requirements.
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Extends the Payroll Specialist Responsibilities
Own and process payroll, including tax changes, direct deposits, loan repayments, deductions, retroactive adjustments, prorated payments, bonuses, fringe benefits, special pays, etc.
Process 401(k) and benefit changes
Responsible for data integration between HRIS and payroll systems
Register new state/local/SUI tax withholding account with local tax agency
Responsible for Washington and Ohio worker compensation insurance on annual and quarterly basis
Ensuring compliance with all compensation and tax regulations
Responsible for quarterly tax reconciliations for federal, state, and local
Responsible for managing Family leave and Medical leave for states
Responsible for month end reports
Conduct regular audits on payroll procedures and records
Report to management on payroll issues and changes
Stay current on state, federal and local payroll and tax laws
Support year-end reporting tasks
Extends the Payroll Specialist Requirements
3-5 years payroll processing experience
Decision-making, problem-solving, and analytical skills
Ability to collaborate and establish relationships cross-functionally
Also, we know it’s tough, but please try to avoid the confidence gap. You don’t have to match all the listed requirements exactly to be considered for this role.