There are many aspects that need to be covered when running an organisation. The staff involved in payroll management have unique responsibilities to ensure that the operations can maintain momentum. In essence, the payroll management team is at the heart of any organisation .While managing the payroll may seem easy enough, it is actually a complicated process involving finance and record keeping. the course provides you with the information and guidance to become a key member of the payroll management team.
The course is designed to give an overview of all the core skills you will be required to attain. The aim of this course is to equip participants with a clear understanding of all the basic procedures required to run a payroll office. The course is based on a procedural checklist and each session is structured around these steps.The course covers all the theory applicable to payroll processing and payroll administration, including the relevant legislative requirements that an organisation payroll should adhere to. The course covers all the functions of the payroll system that Payroll Administrator needs to understand.
>After completion of this course participants should be able to :
>Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the theory of payroll
>Demonstrate a basic understanding of the law relating to payroll, discrimination, employment status, data protection and confidentiality.
>Understand and explain the legislation for PAYE and National Insurance Contributions (NICs)
>Demonstrate an understanding of the Statutory Minimum Wage
>Demonstrate an awareness of the legislation concerning the provision of a pension scheme and the different types of pension schemes together with the effect they may have on PAYE and NI deductions
>Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of, and be able to calculate, the various payments that can make up an employee’s gross Pay
>Calculate the correct gross pay for each pay period for employees who are paid an annual salary, weekly wage, hourly pay, overtime, piecework and bonuses including statutory payments when appropriate
>Understand and explain statutory payments of sickness, maternity, paternity and adoption payUnderstand the procedures to use when an employee is paid in advance for a period to be taken as paid holiday
>Show knowledge and understanding of, and be able to calculate through the use of tables the amount of National >Insurance Contributions that will be deducted from gross pay
>Understand and explain the difference between contracted in and contracted out NI contributions
>Use appropriate tables to determine the NI contributions for a gross pay figureUsing the current legislation,
>Determine the amount of pay that is taxable for an employee with a given tax code
>Determine the correct amount of PAYE to be deducted for a given period
>Calculate the amount of PAYE to be deducted when an employee is being paid in advance
>Understand how to deal with notifications of change in tax code issued
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