Human Resources/Payroll Manager
The role of the Human Resources/Payroll Managers as part of the Management Team is to enhance and maintain the organization’s human resources by planning, implementing, revising, evaluating employee relations and human resources policies, programs, and practices. This individual develops essential business strategies within the organization and with other professionals in the automobile industry.This individual develops essential business strategies within the organization and with other professions in the automotive industry.
This position answers directly to the Controller.
Duties and responsibilities include, but not limited to the following:
- Calculate and process payroll for all employees.
- Assign account numbers to the current payroll system utilizing the organization’s chart of accounts, record the payroll file in the Data Management System.
- Establish yearly payroll calendar.
- Review monthly overtime reports.
- Prepare monthly payroll expense reports for review.
- Maintains the work structure by updating job requirements and job descriptions for all positions.
- Provide new employees with required new hire forms and documents, conduct new hire meetings.
- Conduct background checks and hiring process for all employees before hire date.
- Working knowledge of the organization’s benefits and provide employees with answers as needed.
- Submit insurance packets for new hires to insurance vendors.
- Assist employees with pending insurance claims as needed
- Maintenance of Employee personnel records and files.
- Ensures legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable human resource federal and state requirements; conducting investigations; maintaining records; representing the organization at hearings.
- Responsible for yearly payroll/human resources audits.
- Submit monthly payments to assigned vendors for employee-related billing.
- Assist with preparing payroll budgets and forecast for each year.
- Aware and capable of completing payroll reports, monthly, quarterly and annually.
- Aware of IRS laws and regulations, compliance of same for Dealership.
- Create guidelines to adhere to the organization’s dress code.
Additional physical requirements, moving about Dealership, sitting six to eight hours per shift bending, stretching, lifting (30 lbs.), reaching, climbing. Using office equipment consistent with industry standards.