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Would like to know about payroll process. In an organization, where HR is a two member team, the HR Manager and the HR head. HR Manager prepares payroll for Executives and below, whilst HR Head does for Managers and above. Thus for payroll processing of Executives and below, maker checker process is followed since HR head approves the payroll, for payroll processing of Managers and above its a issue. The HR head prepares the payroll, reviews it and MD approves it. Is the process fine?
Would like to have your views and opinions.
Warm Regards

From United States, Palo Alto
Rupali Parsha

As long as confidentiality is maintained within the HR team, even the HR manager can process the entire payroll for both executives & Managers. The HR head can then review & send it to the MD for final approval.
You can also follow the below pattern for payroll.
Let the HR Manager process payroll for Executives & HR Head for Managers. Then you both can cross check or do audit of each others payroll in-case of any errors and den send the final file for MD's approval. This will increase your accuracy % also.

From India, Mumbai

The first process mentioned here is the most common process of payroll.
From India, Mumbai
Here’s a sample of payroll in the Philippines: Payroll sample
From Philippines, Iloilo City
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