Payroll: A Guide to Running an Efficient Department

  • 4h 54m
  • IOMA, Vicki M. Lambert
  • John Wiley & Sons (US)
  • 2005

This book will help anyone who is responsible for a payroll department to manage payroll functions with the maximum efficiency and within compliance requirements. It will demonstrate the optimal methods for the basic functions of payroll through year end and management.

About the Authors

Vicki M. Lambert, CPP (certified payroll professional), is a respected consultant, lecturer, and author of many books and articles. She lectures extensively throughout the United States on payroll administration and compliance issues for clients that have included Automatic Data Processing, CCH Incorporated, Ceridian Employer Services, and The Employer Group. She conceived of, created the teaching materials, and coordinated the program for the certificate in Payroll Practice and Management offered at several universities nationwide. Lambert has been a guest lecturer at the American Payroll Association Annual Symposium and the American Society for Payroll Management Forum and Trade Show, among others. She has written articles for the Payroll Practitioner’s Monthly State Tax Alert (IOMA), The Payroll Advisor (Aspen), California Payroll Compliance Report (ProPub) and Wage-Hour Compliance Report (ProPub), and she is a monthly contributing editor for the Payroll Practitioner’s Monthly (IOMA).

IOMA, New York, NY, The Institute of Management and Administration, offers high quality information products for business professionals. It provides benchmarking data, advisory services, custom content, expert analysis, management training, newsletters, audioconferences, and many newsletters, special reports and other services to offer the best "in-the-trenches" management advice available.

In this Book

  • Basic Function of the Payroll Department
  • Staffing the Payroll Department
  • Management Issues
  • Benefits and the Payroll Department
  • Payroll Systems
  • Paying Employees
  • Year End
  • Payroll and the New Year
  • Professionalism and the Payroll Department