Full-Time Payroll II Analyst – Kakinada
Payroll administration, payroll audit, and best practice payroll procedures are all performed by the Payroll Analyst. Compile, evaluate, and record payroll and associated problems to discover systemic difficulties or mistakes. Answer internal and external payroll questions. Prepare information for external and internal auditors and support internal payroll audits. Reconcile all tax and unemployment responsibility accounts, examine discrepancies, and provide remedies. Responsible for quarterly and year-end payroll tax reporting, research, and resolution. Work with low supervision and considerable discretion. Trains department workers and handles payroll escalations.
Job Title : Payroll II Analyst
Location : Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India
Salary : $ 30.58 per hour.
Company : Robinhood
Job Type : Full-Time
- Preparation of all District workers’ payrolls, including tax, social security and other insurance deductions, as well as retirement plan contributions is required. Maintain accurate tax, benefit, and organization dues records for all district employees. Make necessary alterations and revisions to the levy.
- Technical and confidential activities linked to the processing and administration of employee payroll; maintain a wide range of complicated accounting records related to salary payments or deductions are required of this position.
- Contract salary and benefits All of these processes need direct HR engagement, including focus processing, termination lump sum payments, employee termination eforms, excess pay eforms, and overpayment/underpayment analysis and resolution.
- Changes in an employee’s status are noted in the system so that it may be determined whether or not modifications are required to shift workers into and out of various pay plans when they are relocated, promoted, demoted, or go from full-time to part-time status.
- Perform regular audits of employee absence records to ensure that all pertinent data is accurate and in line with company policies and procedures. If modifications are required, make them as soon as possible so that data in reporting and systems is up-to-date.
- Customers, as well as local and federal government agencies, should be the focus of your research. Fill in the blanks in your ADHOC reports with accurate data. Analyze and fix any discrepancies, and make relevant remarks and comments as required before providing closing payroll reports to internal/external customers (excluding EDD, the Internal Revenue Service, and other suppliers and auditors, as well as CSMC management).
- This position’s responsibilities include organizing the organization’s bi-weekly payroll operations. Before moving on to the next stage of the processing, create each task, examine the results, and resolve any errors.
- Compute and make salary and benefit cost forecasts for budgeting and collective bargaining. Keep accurate records of payroll expenses for budget reconciliation. For each payroll cycle, keep a detailed control sheet.
- Assume the role of a technical resource for District employees and other individuals in regard to payroll functions; respond to inquiries; resolve issues, conflicts, and discrepancies; and provide technical information concerning related transactions, records, laws, regulations, policies, and procedures.
- Communicate with business users to acquire and clarify business needs, then translate them into system functionality.
- At least two to four years of analytical Workday experience; mastery of certain modules is preferred: In HCM, we discuss payroll, benefits, wages, bonuses, and other payments.
- payroll processing from time entry to final payroll tax payments Ability to work with SAP and experience with computerized payroll systems are also needed qualifications.
- A bachelor’s degree in accounting or business administration, or an equivalent combination of education and experience that meets the majority of the qualifications outlined below.
- It’s a plus if you’ve worked with time-tracking systems before. Experience working under a union contract is an asset, but it is not essential. Personal and customer service qualities are complemented by excellent writing skills.
- There are two levels in this program: Level 2 needs three years of relevant experience and Level 3 requires five years of related experience, including the processing of garnishments.