Industry: Outsourcing/Offshoring Global In-House Company/Global Capacity Center Nigh Shift Schedule Temporary Work from home setup Voice based operations Remote/Virtual Hiring Process
Job function: Human Resources
Competitive Compensation (Global In-House Company/ Global Capability Center) 15% night differential pay Annual Performance Appraisal (Merit-based compensation or Pay-for-performance) Early Retirement Plan Medical coverage plus free dependent on first day of employment Life insurance Paid time-off and sick leave with option to cash-out or carry over unused paid time-off Tuition Fee Reimbursement Program Wellness Programs In-house fitness center with personal trainer Shuttle service to and from key point areas Free parking space and provision for bike racks State-of-the art-building facilities – Basketball and Tennis courts, Olympic sized track, amphitheater, karaoke rooms, sleeping quarters, shower rooms, onsite food options like Seattle’s Best, Barrio Fiesta, Fruitas, Potato Corner, Hen Lin and more
The Payroll Analyst is responsible for supporting a range of payroll activities across multiple HR functions. This role is part of a Global Delivery team that provides support for U.S. and international HR processes, and will require partnership with global stakeholders.
The payroll analyst will maintain complete and accurate record of payroll information in support of internal reports, payroll preparation and distribution by using PeopleSoft and other online panels, and directly entering data from input forms Answers questions from team members and managers regarding payroll inquiries, records, deductions, and procedures Follows standard operations and controls, and determines compliance with policy and/or law; may apply and/or recommend corrective actions with guidance from senior team members; may help draft standard operating procedures Identifies and supports resolution of payroll regulatory risks by applying understanding of current industry practices Analyzes, reviews, and resolves routine-to-moderately complex data and transaction changes, and/or exceptions in area of focus with small to moderate legal compliance consequences, and impact on operations and resources
College graduate. Bachelor's degree, any field 4-6 years of payroll or human resources experience, clerical or customer service experience, or a combination of both. Requires a working knowledge of some aspect of an HR function, and an understanding of US Payroll policies and procedures Strong analytical skills with high attention to detail and accuracy Strong communication skills (written and verbal), and able to build strong relationships with internal and external clients High capacity for managing multiple tasks at one time Ability to effectively manage high volume administrative tasks, data entry and high accuracy Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Outlook tools, Excel and basic reporting tools Ability to correspond with customers, responding to their questions and concerns with detailed information Ability to navigate multiple computer system windows, applications, and utilize search tools to find information Solid problem solving skills Knowledge of HR systems/Payroll systems (Workday, PeopleSoft, Oracle, Kenexa) is desirable Ability to work in a complex matrix environment, encompassing a broad mix of cultures and client groups Amenable to work on a night shift
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