GauravVedak
Payroll, Policy Drafting, Employee Relation,
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Community Manager
Iinfrasolservices
Hr & Back End Operations
Joshuahr
Process Control And Improvements, Content
Rose_6975
Personnel Officer
Manjunatha.panchal
Payroll Excutive
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dear all member, i cannot thing what are the point we have learn about payroll....can any give me sample... Rgds, Rose
13th July 2010 From Malaysia, Klang
There are many Payroll Formats in CiteHR as well as on google search. Please take pains to find the appropriate format which will suit your requirements.........rgrds
13th July 2010 From India, Mumbai
Hi Rose, can you tell me what exatly you require so that I can help you out. Regards Gaurav Vedak 9821880012
13th July 2010 From India, Bangalore
Which department do you serve ? Payroll process involves communication between various departments. Depending on this , your question can be answered appropriately..
14th July 2010 From India, Delhi
thank for you help.. i have involve in payroll system .........my boss want me to give 10 point about what i’m learning about payroll system especially about pay timer system.
14th July 2010 From Malaysia, Klang
A good payroll system must have these 10 parameters inbuilt:
1. Clarity of Components
2. Time Based
3. Time Bound
4. Ease of Computation
5. Equity with Statutary Compliance
6. Provision of Advance Deductions
7. Provision of Expense Deduction
8. Provision of Payments for Employee Chices such as Insurance, PPFetc.
9. Provision for Tax Deductions
10. Reflecting Annual Pay-off, Deductions, Taxes & Employee Details.
I hope this answers you.
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Niky P.
14th July 2010 From India, Indore
Hi All,
I am planning to join an insitute in Bangalore to learn Oracle HRMS to become HRMS consultant. I have got around 5 years of experience in HR payroll (Indian and US).
Please suggest me how the market is open for HRMS consultants in India & in abroad.
Please do let me know any best institute in Bangalore so i can contact them.
Thanks,
Tasawwar
15th July 2010 From India, Bangalore
thank you mr nihar
how about this
1. Improve payroll processing efficiency drives down operation costs.
2. Provide for systematic tracking of employee inquires and cases.
3. to ensure system are set up & updated,to reflect our current employee base ,including wages.benefit.sick and leaves.
4. to ensure processing of new lires,transfer is accurate and timely
15th July 2010 From Malaysia, Klang
Hi every body, The complete payroll system is based on the organisation norms and regulation but most of the organization will Basic pay HRA ESI PF Other dedutions Overtime etc
15th July 2010 From India, Madras
By payroll timer I presume you mean payroll activitty timer a.k.a. a dashboard. This enlists the activities performed as part of payroll process e.g. recieving payroll inputs, preparing a report, advising / mailing to some other relevant department etc for the entire payroll cycle (typically spanning a month)...It also enlists start date, end date and volumes for each activity for audit / tracking purposes. Finally optionally it may specify the activity owner (I.e. who performs that activity). Optionally you could also create a Gantt chart representing the process timelines.
Have attached a sample for your reference (activity names masked)
Hope it helps
Regards,
Joshua.
15th July 2010 From India, Delhi

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Yes Rose,
I agree with your points.
I would like to add to this that various softwares are available now for the payroll system.
You can try Adrenalin or Payman etc. as per your requirements.
regards,
15th July 2010 From India, Indore
SAP is still better. We have implementedin our organisation, but it is for bigger ones. For smaller ones, others will do well as they are efficient, but cost effective . regards,
15th July 2010 From India, Indore
Dear Rose
you have to learn below points
1. CTC structure
2. FBP (Reimbursement calculation)
3. Full and Final Settlements.
4 salary revision
5. Please read company CKM
6. LOP
7. Leave calculation, LOPR, earnings and deduction calculation, etc.
Regards,
Manju
From Bangalore
21st August 2011 From India, Bangalore
Greetings,
It imperative to learn about the mistakes to be mitigated. Here's an article from CiteMan, that focuses on what these mistakes are and how can they be corrected. The discussion in the comment section adds on to further learning.
Payroll process and its errors <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )
21st August 2011 From India, Mumbai
Dear HR Expert ,
Please share me the details of Payroll Processing matter step by step for any MNC company.
Regards,
Riddhiman Mukherjee
8th December 2018 From India, Kolkata
Hi Riddhiman,
If you are an employee of a MNC co. and i/c of Payroll first pl.check, I am sure they will have HR policies and Payroll software/package, if yes you should study them as they will prefer to adopt the same here. If you wish to know the details for knowledge sake then you note these -
You should study the HR policy, especially, no.of employees, salary structure individually, components of salary, nature of deductions. Also you should conduct a system study' into order to finalise as what should be the hardwares, OS, platform, and programme/language, and have them documented properly with the help of SW consultants.
Once the above are finalised you have to organise time office, linking its systems and attendance records. Have a test run and check all parameters are working fine for accuracy. These are to be handled by professionals and experienced persons.
9th December 2018 From India, Bangalore
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