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Mastering payroll Training
- Participants / Prerequisite
Learn to identify components of payroll, to oversee constraints, breakdowns, and changes in costs. Find out how to manage skill guidance, staff movements, and changes in working hours as well as processing social security contributions and adjustments to them.
- Define payroll and understand its various components.
- Track and analyze changes in your company's payroll
- Estimate the impact of staff transfers on changes in payroll.
- Calculate the weight that each contribution has in payroll
- Put in place a tracking scorecard
- The cost of the salary.
- The basic salary. Premiums and compensation.
- Compensation factors.
- Changes in work time and employee protection.
- Employee savings.
- Payroll concepts.
- Telling apart personnel costs and payroll.
Hands-on work Calculating baseline payroll while integrating issues specific to each organization.
- Strategic and legal factors.
- The impact of the company's strategic decisions.
- The impact of decisions by government authorities.
- Turnover, aging, and skills
- Raises. Different types of raises.
- Mass effect: Cost over the course of a year.
- Deferment effect: Cost over the following year.
Hands-on workAnalysis and tracking of individual raises.
- Analyzing staff transfers.
- Measuring workforce size. Analyzing fixed-term contracts.
- Arranging work time and staff.
- Staff transfers and changes in business.
- Replacing staff: The Noria effect.
- Category changes: Structural effects.
- Staff changes: Staff effects. Activity changes: Time changes.
- Changes in average salaries: Statistical ratio.
Hands-on work Case study: Calculating changes in payroll.
- Assessing your contributions and changes to them.
- Calculating your employer and employee contributions.
- Increases in contribution levels and the cap.
- Life insurance and pensions.
- Contribution reductions and exemptions.
- Fillon Law (France). Tépa Law (France).
- Impact of partial employment compensation.
Hands-on work Building a budget of personnel expenses.