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Dear Seniors,
I am a B.COM Graduate and want to build a career in Payroll.
But I am not very good in mathematics.
so for a career in payroll is it necessary to have a great knowledge in Mathematics?
Kindly Help.

From India
No Need to master in maths , Just Basic fundamental is more then sufficient i.e Additions ,deductions , Multiplications , Percentages . dividends and XL that s it
From India, Hyderabad
Simply , U need to understand the calculation of basic fundamental and calculation of basic,hra and other beneficial from gross. No need to be master in maths.
From India, Mumbai
Our client is a construction (Oil & Gas) company having HQ overseas. They are setting up a country office @ Chennai and will be taking up projects in India, for which we are looking for following candidates on urgent basis:

1. Front Office Executive -Female candidates having good communication skills in English, Tamil. Freshers can also apply.

2. HR positions (2 nos) - Having 1 - 8 years of experience, preferably from similar industry/ having core exp. in Recruitment, IR/Labour Laws/Statutory Compliances; Strategic HR; Policy Formation

3. Contracts Manager & Estimation Engineers - Civil (15-20 years); E&I (5-10 years); Mechanical (5-10 years) EPC/C exp. in estimating cost/materials/ labour/machinery; risk identification; BOQ; Computers

4. Manager - Procurement

5. Manager - HSSE

Only shortlisted candidates will be called for interview. Salary - best in industry.

Confident & interested candidates can apply with their salary details to the undermentioned mail id- .

Smit Patel

From India, New Delhi
Mr Smit Patel
Myself Mohsin Mansuri working as a BDM in one of the placement firm in Mumbai
If you want we can help you out in fulfilling your requirements.
Just if you can mail me your contact details on so that we can discuss further.
Awaiting for your valuable reply
Regards,
Mohsin.

From India, Mumbai
Anonymous
Dear Seniors,
I am new to this blog. I have done MBA in HR&Finance in 2007. Due to my family life i had to stay back at home and now i want to continue my career, Can u please suggest me how to approach! Iam interested in the areas of Payroll and Training can i do any courses in these fields.
Thanks
Lakshmi

From United States, Manchester
Anonymous
Hi suggest the below link also you can speak to them on 0-8080226688
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF INDIAN PAYROLL - QUALIFICATION
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF INDIAN PAYROLL - LATEST NEWS
NAIP - Highlights
attribution https://www.citehr.com/489791-career...#ixzz2yw9C1a4Z

From India, Mumbai
Dear,
I think there is no need to have great knowledge in mathematics as it is required to have basic knowledge only you must be aware of law, act and provisions which is to be used in calculating for wages. The statutory compliance abide by rules and regulations followed by government obligations need to be exercised.

From Netherlands
Comon guys,
Stop adverting/ promoting your service and answer question if you can, otherwise keep dont reply
To learn payroll, you should first start understanding various salary components and how it effect net take home. Get in-depth knowledge of BASIC, HRA, Travel allowance, medical allowance, LTA, PF, ESIC, PT, Bouns, ect.

From United States, Dallas
Hi,
Its really not necessary to have knowledge of Sine Cos and Tan to get into payroll.
All u need is to know the rules and regulations (policies) followed in the organization you are working with/going to join and yes working knowledge of MS excel is very important.
Please note that software is company specific. Please do not go for any institute who claims to be teaching you HR or Payroll.
Hope it helps.

From India, Delhi

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