Payroll can be complex and lengthy process, but it doesn’t always have to be that way. Our motto is “Payroll Made Easy”.
In our payroll training courses, we take a simple and direct approach to payroll, and we cut out all the unnecessary jargon, which is painfully synonymous to payroll, and we just speak plain and simple English. There will be times where specific terminology is necessary for you to understand, but we will keep it to a minimum and always use it in its most common form.
The payroll training course is split into a three day workshop. The following is a brief summary of what each day entails.
Benefits of attending Payroll training.
- Day 1: All attendees will be given a full, comprehensive foundation in the primary principles of payroll. You will understand basics to PAYE, PRSI and USC, understanding and implementing the Payment of Wages and Deductions, the Month and Year End processes, and the dealing of Starters and Leavers.
- At the end of the second day, all attendees will know the how and the when of applying all payroll related legislation. Our courses are constantly kept up to date with all current legislation. Our training includes areas such as Maternity and illness, payments for redundancy and terminations, what the CSO requirements are and the payment and processing of expenses and potential payroll savings.
- By the end of the third day attendees will be able to apply their learning into the basic workings of Benefit in Kind. Attendees will be able to process the application and Taxation of Benefit In Kind including (where applicable) company vehicles, medical insurance, accommodation, etc.
Also, following on from the payroll training courses, we offer a free telephone helpline, free email newsletter and free web access to our payroll resources and tools.
Our payroll training courses are available nationwide in very accessible areas. Our courses generally run from 9.30 am to 5 pm and all materials and equipment needed is provided on the day, in addition we provide lunch and tea/coffee breaks during the day.