Pros: comprehensive medical, dental and optical benefits excluding medical reimbursement allowances, 15 sick-leaves and 15 vacation leaves, retirement plans and annual appraisals
Cons: non voice work environment with occasional phone calls to clients and us counterparts as necessary, flexible break schedule management and handling, and all others.
I am handling a healthcare supplier client for Northgate Arinso and a typical day at work usually starts with a morning meeting on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday to keep the communication intact between our US counterparts and US HR and Payroll client. Also, this is one way for us to touch base on any payroll impacting issues that may affect any upcoming – more... payroll processing schedules. I have been working with the company for almost six months. My exposure in US HR and Payroll have been enhanced in terms of understanding the process of payroll intensively. The company promotes work-life balance and the management makes sure that employees get the benefits they are entitled for. The critical part of being a payroll specialist is being able to beat the deadlines especially in submitting payroll files to the bank for the employees to get their pay on time. Nevertheless, we have never failed in this part of processing on-cycle payroll in a timely manner. We make sure to do off-cycles as necessary and be able to pay what the employees expecting to get for their payroll. The main challenge is for our interface team to complete data loading of employee time sheets and all other administrative files submitted by the HR Supervisors at least a day before the scheduled payroll processing. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to experience how to process payroll for the employees and the ability of analyzing any payroll issues that may arise along the process. – less