Thermo Fisher Scientific Global Payroll Compliance Anaylst in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Global Payroll Compliance Analyst
Under the direction of the SR Director, Global Payroll, the Global Payroll Compliance Analyst will possess the experience and desire to determine the root cause of problems and issues, drive to evaluate and improve processes, and work collaboratively across multiple functions to improve the customer experience. The incumbent will analyze and evaluate systems and/or processes and functional requirements, develop business cases as needed, and recommend and implement changes to business processes.
Essential Job Functions and Accountabilities:
Partner directly with Payroll, HR and business teams to analyze and document problems, recommend solutions, initiate corrective actions
Perform in-depth investigations and analysis to determine the root cause of repeated problems to identify gaps and continuous improvement opportunities
Identify, recommend and prioritize improvements to the customer experience, as well as internal process improvements and work with appropriate internal & external partners to implement
Document payroll processes and procedures with the ability to suggest best practices and opportunities for improvements
Represent payroll as subject matter expert during cross-functional projects
Demonstrate expertise in payroll business processes and understand assigned and cross functional areas.
Identify opportunities for increasing business efficiency through improved manual and automated processes.
Coordinate third party payroll system implementations and upgrades – verify and evaluate changes
Coordinate the development of comprehensive business cases with cost, service, and benefit dimensions for proposed projects. These documents drive executive decisions
Consult on the integration of systems into the Workday environment and recommend specific change management opportunities related to payroll process
Act as subject matter expert in the coordination of solution development and the implementation of the final product/serviceMinimum Requirements / Qualifications:
Strong understanding of general HR & Payroll wage and hour laws, tax laws, functions and processes
Minimum of 5 years of Payroll and/or HRT Analyst experience
Minimum of 10 years of overall Payroll experience, preferably in a multi-national company
Payroll experience in US, Canada, Puerto Rico, UK, India, Costa Rica with the potential to learn other countries processes
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
Strong problem solving and analytical skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Ability to research, compile and develop clear, accurate reports and associated documentation to facilitate effective decision making
Ability to recommend and implement changes as needed
Experience with Workday or ADP preferred but not required
Ability to work independently and meet deadlines
Ability to create meaningful KPI’s and metrics
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