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Synonyms for payroll

a list of employees and their salaries

the total amount of money paid in wages

the department that determines the amounts of wage or salary due to each employee

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Payroll deduction schemes enable workers to automatically transfer money into credit union savings accounts each month, and participate in long-term saving.
The first was a proposed regulation setting forth conditions under which a state-based payroll deduction individual retirement account (IRA) would not be covered by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).
Payroll deduction was the overwhelming choice among those surveyed at 76 percent.
But that case involved a total prohibition on union payroll deductions without singling out teachers or any other group of employees.
NOTICING THAT THERE WERE 228 members at Concord Hospital still paying their union fees through payroll deduction, NSWNA Concord Branch Secretary Sonya Jones began a campaign to get them to make the switch.
Sizemore argued that use of the government payroll deduction system to help channel employees' money for political purposes constitutes unacceptable bias on the part of government.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation has implemented a new system for receiving contributions - automatic payroll deduction.
That's because the products, voluntary payroll deductions for long-term health care and for life insurance, enable employees to have the premiums deducted from their paychecks at little or no cost to employers.
TEI commends the IRS for taking such a rational approach to meeting the substantiation requirements for contributions made by payroll deductions.
Enhanced service and convenience for hospital employees and guests, and automated management of employee payroll deductions were also important factors in selecting a new system.
We are urging all members on payroll deductions to make the switch to direct debit, as members who stay on payroll deductions leave themselves vulnerable to becoming un-financial, should the state government suddenly remove the option of payroll deductions.
Similar initiatives to prohibit public funds from being spent for political purposes - a proposal that would limit how money collected through public payroll deductions could be spent - appeared on ballots in 1998 and 2000, and were rejected by voters.
The employer receives no consideration in connection with the program, other than reasonable compensation for administrative services actually rendered in connection with payroll deductions.
The program offers employee benefits coverages, such as life insurance and vision care, as well as voluntary benefit programs, which allow employees to buy auto and homeowners insurance through payroll deductions.
The Bucks of the Month Club was originally formed in 1942 as a way for Lockheed employees to combine their resources through weekly payroll deductions and make a difference through the support of local charitable organizations and aid company employees facing emergency financial hardships.