Payroll administration is becoming more onerous for the small and medium sized business.
Not only must the Payroll Administration functions run smoothly with the correct levies and taxes being paid, but a comprehensive database of employee information complying with statutory requirements needs to be maintained.
To improve payroll effectiveness:
Frequent employee complaints about payroll are signals, that you should be conducting regular audits of the entire process. The best way to isolate and identify an issue is through a comprehensive workflow analysis, itemizing each step of the process from beginning to end.
Problems often come about as a result of employee misunderstanding of the payroll system. Most often in organizations where payroll policies are not accessible or inadequately presented to employees this can be corrected by instituting a wholly transparent payroll policy.
Even with a policy of transparency, never assume that employees fully understand the ins and outs of payroll processing. Communicating with employees can help identify areas of confusion and misunderstanding.
It is important that you and your HR staff understand the employee’s obligation in this area and that you keep pace with changes in government policies.
Remember, payroll is how you reward and retain employees, compensating them for the work they've done. This is why Ukomelela HR Solutions is here to assist you with all your payroll needs by offering the following payroll services:
For more information about our payroll administration services, please contact us.
Claudia le Roux 012 941 1792
PAYE, or Employees’ tax, is the tax that employers must deduct from the employment income of employees – such as salaries, wages and bonuses, this should be paid over to SARS monthly.
At Ukomelela-HR we help you stay tax compliant by managing your payroll properly.
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