Here’s what I’ve seen (all of the below were in-house payroll except USA) specific to the payroll teams:
– Company (+/-1400 employees) operated in 1 province – 1 Director (payroll/HR), 1 Manager, 1 Payroll Lead, 2 Coordinators, and two Payroll BAs.
– Company (+/-700 employees) operated in 3 provinces, federally, & USA – 1 Director (payroll/HR), 1 Manager, 1 Payroll Coordinator, 1 HR/Payroll support
– 2 Companies (+/-200 employees) operated in 3 provinces – 1 Director (payroll/HR), 1 Manager (responsible for processing payroll)
– 1 Company (+/- 125 employees) operated in 1 province – 1 Payroll Officer
I believe when considering the size of the payroll team, you should consider how complicated the compensation programs are for the organization and how much manual work needs to be done to pay employees (and if that manual work is done by payroll or operations). Also, considering the types and complexity of the benefits offered to employees & employee groups.
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