Hat 10- The Interpreter of company policy

Hat 10- The Interpreter of company policy

We, the payroll administrators, need to understand the policy process. Government passes legislation, and we are tasked with implementing that. Management sets company policy, and creates procedures to implement that policy. The payroll department (among others) is...
Hat 10- The Interpreter of company policy

Hat 9- The Payroll Professional as the moral compass

The litmus test It often starts with a small decision. We agree to something that falls within a “grey” area, legally or ethically. Decisions that may be marginally legal, but are in principle, unethical. Then it is easier to choose the decision with least resistance....
Hat 10- The Interpreter of company policy

Hat 8- The Payroll Professional as Problem Solvers

We would like to say “Well done!” – you have often had to sacrifice much, missing out on time with friends and family, to deal with problems not of your own making.So stand tall and proud and hear from us again “Well done!”We are committed Payroll Professionals, and...
Hat 10- The Interpreter of company policy

Hat 7- The Payroll Professional as Counsellor

Payroll administrators handle private, often very sensitive information. For this reason they are usually trusted by the staff of the company. They like to share their serious concerns, and trust us to give wise advice. Sometimes listening is enough. Or we will...
Hat 10- The Interpreter of company policy

Hat 6- The importance of being TRUSTWORTHY!

Hat 6 — 3 Levels of Trust When a Payroll professional joins a Payroll department, they will immediately understand – TRUST is vital and TRUST is earned! Your position in this crucial division of the company, and your access to confidential information, should make you...