Benchmarking Today’s Payroll Processes
Payroll operations continue to evolve as new technologies and increased compliance requirements are adopted. With that, some questions were asked in the latest Bloomberg Tax & Accounting Payroll Benchmarks Survey, that shed light on these changes, such as: Where in the organization does payroll report? What pay cycles are most popular? What is the adoption of payroll cards as a method of payment? How much do organizations outsource for payroll processes? The final report for Bloomberg Tax & Accounting’s Payroll Benchmark Survey, about to be released, covers these issues affecting payroll operations. This webinar focuses on some of the key findings gleaned from the survey participants.
This webinar will cover:
- An overview of the respondents’ demographics
- Staffing and outsourcing
- Key payroll functions
- Cost containment
- Discuss changes in results from prior survey
- Explain how organizations are using third-party service providers
- Provide findings on functions such as timekeeping and tax filing
- Describe the frequency of tax deposits and tax filings of survey participants
Who would benefit most from attending this Bloomberg Tax & Accounting webinar?
Payroll professionals, payroll managers, human resources professionals and managers, finance directors
Michael T. Baer
- Managing Editor
- Bloomberg Tax & Accounting
Michael Baer, the managing editor of Bloomberg Tax’s Payroll publications, has been with Bloomberg BNA since 1990 and has spent his entire time there covering payroll and HR issues. In 1998, he received recognition as a Special Friend to the payroll community from the American Payroll Association. Prior to joining Bloomberg BNA, Mr. Baer gained experience in payroll and human resources with Marriott, and later was the personnel manager for the Shanghai Hilton.Mr.Baer became a Certified Payroll Professional in 1991. He earned his M.A. in International Affairs from the American University s School of International Service and his B.A. in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland.