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Alex07 ✭✭
edited March 2019 in Payroll Advice


  • I think that payroll should have copies of all benefit plans and that they should read all benefit plans and ensure that payroll is following the actual benefit rules to the letter. This is something as payroll manager that I always did. I am not saying the HR does not have their own responsibilities but HR's failure to do THEIR job in no way mitigates payroll's failure to do their own job.

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