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Payroll Specialist (Disabilities) - RT

Company:
Absolute Opportunities
Location:
Nashville, Tennessee, 37219, United States
Posted:
November 11, 2018

Description:

Payroll Specialist (Disabilities) - RT

Nashville, Tennessee 37219

You are responsible for

Monitors claim status updates for employees on short-term disability/FMLA and analyzes the impact of these changes on employee's pay.

Works closely with Benefits and the third party disability administrator to resolve issues related to employee's disability pay.

Processes terminations for employees transitioning from short-term to long-term disability.

Ensure adherence to the short-term disability and FMLA policies and explain policy details to employees.

Monitor Deloitte payroll uploads for the expatriate payroll.

Process expatriate allowance adjustments and reimbursements.

Process expatriate salary and position changes in the HRIS.

Audit pre- and post-payroll expatriate results and resolve all inconsistencies.

Set up FICA exemptions for expatriate employees.

Track and monitor all tax refund requests.

When applicable, process off-cycle checks as requested by representatives of the business units.

Analyze the stock option file provided by Finance for accuracy and completeness. Validate employee FICA, state and local withholding taxes and collaborate with Finance on all adjustments where necessary.

Execute the upload of the stock option data file to payroll.

Complies with all Internal Control Standard (ICS) requirements in terms of supporting documentation and accuracy.

Function as Subject Matter Expert with regard to all aspects of the disability and expatriate policies.

To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience

Bachelors degree or equivalent work experience.

Minimum 5 years experience working in a payroll environment.

Experience with Kronos, ADP eTime, ADP GlobalView, SAP HRIS or Workday a plus.

Intermediate to advanced knowledge of office applications (MS Excel; MS Word; MS PowerPoint; MS Outlook)

Ability to research, understand and apply intermediate to complex federal, state and local regulations relating to payroll, labor and employment tax laws.

Ability to adapt to frequent changes that can occur with vendor relationships, system updates, policies, etc.

Proactive in resolving issues with employees, businesses and other departments.

Ability and willingness to work flexible work hours to ensure payroll deadlines are met.

Integrity and trustworthiness specific to confidentiality and privacy of employee information.

Experience working in a team-oriented environment.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: (Submission Summary)

1. Bachelors degree or equivalent work experience

2. Minimum 5 years experience working in a payroll environment

3. Experience with Kronos, ADP eTime, ADP GlobalView, SAP HRIS or Workday a plus

4. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of office applications (MS Excel; MS Word; MS PowerPoint; MS Outlook)

5. Ability and willingness to work flexible work hours to ensure payroll deadlines are met

6. Ability to research, understand and apply intermediate to complex federal, state and local regulations relating to payroll, labor and employment tax laws.

7. Ability to adapt to frequent changes that can occur with vendor relationships, system updates, policies, etc.

8. Salary Expectation?

9. Must be a US Citizen or Green Card holder?

10. Current Address?