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Payroll Assistant Manager Apprenticeship

Payroll Assistant Managers will be responsible for the day to day efficient running of a payroll team, managing the collation of data and the allocation of team resources to achieve the departments duties. Our Payroll Assistant Manager Apprenticeship can be the start of your journey.

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Programme overview: Payroll Assistant Manager Apprenticeship

This program covers the key duties of a Payroll Assistant Manager, they include – 

1 – Manage and Analyse the payroll workload and accountabilities; giving you the skills to plan and prioritise the payroll schedule. 

2 – Provide direction and oversee the timely collation of both the payroll and the benefits data.

3 – Provide expert practical and / or factual support and guidance internally and externally

4 – Manage direct responsibility for the pay and the benefit calculations in complex situations.

5 – Lead and oversee delivery for the quality assurance of your team’s pay and benefit calculations.

6 – Analyse and reconcile the finalised payroll process.

7 – Lead all the operations and the systems to ensure compliance with any relevant legislation, regulations, codes of governance and professional ethics. 

8 – Contribute to the successful recruitment and retention of your team, providing leadership and guidance to identify and retain the best possible workforce.

9 –  Manage both personal and team professional and self-development. Ensuring personal skills are keeping up with industry standards, whilst providing job satisfaction for team members.

10 – Analyse and evaluate the pay and benefits and reporting systems, procedures, and controls in line with changes in technology.

11 – Design and implement effective communication strategies, which will allow for the improvement of overall team collaboration, efficiency and productivity.

12 –  Strive to maximise the efficiency and accuracy of all processes and payroll by providing continual improvements, using data to drive decisions.

Programme aims

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