Dee Gray is a client service specialist and payroll services manager at Rea & Associates, with over 15 years of experience in payroll services. She earned her Certified Payroll Professional certification in 2018, and holds an associate's degree in accounting technology from Kent State University. She is active in her field and is involved with both the Hall of Fame chapter of the American Payroll Association (vice president) and the Ohio Conference for Payroll Professionals (board member).
The People that Get You Paid: Appreciating Payroll and it’s Role in Your Business
When you think of Labor Day, you might be thankful for a day off and thinking about spending time with family or relaxing. But did you know that, annually, the week of Labor Day is National Payroll Week? Founded in 1996 by the American Payroll Association, National Payroll Week celebrates employees and the payroll professionals that pay them. While there may not be a better feeling than pay day, do you know about the process that gets your pay to your pocket.
Payroll is one of the most overlooked, yet most important aspects of a business. Having an efficient payroll department in your business ensures employee morale stays high and your business continues flowing like a well oiled machine. Employees that get paid on time and reliably are happier and more motivated to perform well. Examining your businesses payroll structure, and showing it some time and attention, can help you understand more about your business and the hard working employees that work to keep paychecks in everyone’s pockets.
What You’ll Learn About Payroll Services
Client service specialist and payroll services manager at Rea & Associates, Dee Gray, helps us understand and appreciate the history of payroll and why it is such a crucial aspect of business. Dee helps businesses understand the future of their payroll and the systems behind payroll.
Listen to this episode of unsuitable to learn:
- How to deal with the new payroll tax treatment legislation
- The impact of the Employee Retention Credit
- Changes in payroll technology
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