How to become a payroll clerk
What does a payroll clerk do?
Duties and tasks
- Archive files for resigned, retired or fired employees.
- Correct any problems with employees payroll checks.
- Create payroll files for new employees.
- Factor overtime, bonuses and vacations.
- Get the proper government forms from new employees.
- Maintain all employees payroll records.
- Prepare payroll through the use of employee time cards or time sheets.
- Process payroll checks.
- Accounting Clerk
- Administrative Assistant
- Bank Officer
- Collection Officer
- Office Administrator
- Payroll Clerk
- Payroll Officer
- Support Officer
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