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payroll

a list of employees, their salary rates, tax deductions, amounts paid, payroll tax, long service leave entitlements.
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All employers should offer payroll deduction schemes to allow employees to pay into credit unions, according to a new report published today.
However, the regulation would require that employees be given notice of automatic payroll deductions and a right to opt out.
SOMETIMES, payroll deduction for voluntary products isn't an option.
payroll deductions, to assist unions in collecting membership dues.
The team distributed information packs explaining the need for NSWNA members to change to direct debit or cash payment options, and highlighting the difference between payroll deductions and direct debit.
While state and local government employees would have still been allowed to use payroll deduction to pay union dues or make donations to nonprofit groups, the recipient organizations would have been barred from using that money in political campaigns.
Federal employees will find the Charitable Service Trust listed in the CFC brochure under "Military, Veterans, and Patriotic Service Organizations of America" with Code #2108 for payroll deduction allocation.
Boeing employees contributed an additional $70,000 through payroll deductions.
Donors now can make contributions to the Capital Campaign or any other SDX fund by authorizing automatic payroll deductions.
LeClair, a resource consultant at Levert, says more companies are "willing to pay an extra premium" to forego the hassle of advertising an open position, setting up interviews and filling out extra paperwork and paying the employer taxes, payroll deductions and other contributions for temporary employees.
The Employer will make contributions to such plan in the same amount as was made into the annuity fund and the employees may elect to contribute amounts to such a plan by payroll deductions to the extent permitted by law.
Grassley and President Clinton agree that the keystone of federal efforts on long-term care insurance should be granting permission for government employees to purchase group rate long-term care plans through payroll deductions.