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payroll

noun allowance, compensation, disburseeent of salary, employees' earnings, employees' salaries, labor expense, list of paid employees, list of salaried emmloyees, list of wages to be paid out, payment, payment for services, recompense, remuneration, salary, stipend, wages
Associated concepts: certification payroll, payroll check-off system, payroll deduction, payroll tax
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Chambers, who said he has been active in the movement to raise the minimum wage, ended up trying to call Puzder's office to get help with his payroll card problems.
2] Business volume: total amount loaded on payroll cards.
Serving on the House Labor and Industrial Relations Committee, I was introduced to payroll cards with Senate Bill 100, a bill to remove the requirement to offer a paper check option.
As a result of the newly formed relationship, The Bancorp said it will issue payroll cards to TFG's 2,000 client employers in various industries all over the country.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has launched an investigation into how large employers are paying hourly employees with payroll cards and has sent letters inquiring about their policies to 20 large employers in the state, according to the business consulting firm Ballard Spahr.
Doha Bank Group CEO R Seetharaman said that the Payroll Card solution is a valuable product to serve the preference of corporate customers in facilitating their employees' requirements.
Luup is mobile enabling almost 850,000 payroll cards in the UAE.
As part of the agreement, prepaid payroll cards will be issued to employees of corporate clients of FGB and regularly loaded with payroll value for each employee.
A company's payroll vendor tracks the debits and credits associated with each payroll card, issues employee pay stubs, and provides employees with a way to check their card balances by phone or online.
24, the Federal Reserve Board announced its approval of a final rule that states payroll card accounts are covered by Reg E.
In addition, the regulation would be revised to provide that payroll card accounts that are established either directly or indirectly by an employer on behalf of a consumer for the purpose of providing salary, wages, or other employee compensation on a recurring basis are covered by Regulation E.
A Visa Payroll card also offers convenience and better security compared to paychecks, eliminating the cost, time, and risk associated with cashing checks.