The Payroll Supervisor will manage the payroll process for all hourly and salaried employees. Payroll Supervisor will ensure that each payroll is processed on time and is accurate. This position will work with other internal departments to maintain payroll compliance with applicable laws and regulations. This position will investigate and resolve all discrepancies in reported time worked, pay rates, responding to notices from tax authorities, ensure all garnishments are processed correctly and on time.
Essential Job Functions
- Provides excellent customer service to both internal and external customers.
- Responsible for supervising and developing the payroll staff.
- Responsible for making sure that all employees’ time is accurately captured and reported into
Sprouts’ time management system ADP eTime.
- Review and monitor each payroll to ensure accuracy and integrity.
- This position will also help process payroll.
- Ensure all wage/hour laws are followed and are properly reflected in eTime.
- Works closely with the IT Department and outside vendors to enhance payroll applications and improve internal controls.
- Develops and implements standardized processes, forms and procedures for payroll and records management functions, establishes and communicates payroll calendar to all locations.
- Develops and implements payroll and records training for all key store personnel.
- Maintains a payroll department that will be able to pass an external audit and ensure compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley.
- Report new hires to each state within mandated timeframes.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- BA or BS degree in business, finance, accounting or related field.
- Five years of payroll management experience processing payroll for a multi-state company for a minimum of 1000 employees.
- Experience using ADP eTime or similar time management application.
- Experience using ADP or other 3rd party check processing vendor.
- Maintain confidentiality.
- Knowledge of record management best practices.
- Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, are essential.