Plugging Payroll Leaks



Trimming labor costs by even 1% is a challenging task, but some hospitals and health systems have begun the time-consuming process of analyzing time and attendance data by department to uncover patterns of payroll leaks.

 



2 comments on "Plugging Payroll Leaks"
Erin C. (6/13/2011 at 3:40 PM)

One of the easiest ways to stop leaks in the payroll system is by having a way to accurately keep track of the data. There are tons of services out there that offer this sort of help. For smaller businesses, I definitely recommend OneClick Commissions. They provide a variety of free excel spreadsheet templates that can assist you in organizing payroll data. Just click on: http://www.oneclickcommissions.com/template-heathleaders-00.html
shellywilson12 (6/13/2011 at 6:39 AM)

In fact, under new health care reform your health insurance company will no longer be allowed to cancel your policy if you get sick, we should be doing this already! search online "Penny Health Insurance" it is a good place to find insurance if you have illness like me.

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