The Compensation Administrator reports to the Senior Compensation Analyst and is primarily responsible for providing administrative support to the Field Compensation department. Additionally, the Compensation Administrator calculates source-to-gross pay not performed systematically by the PeopleSoft Store Compensation System.
- Respond to inquiries from store associates relating to compensation and Human Resources data issues, such as incorrect job codes and pay rates
- Assist with data validation for store associate job records – run queries, identify and correct erroneous data
- Calculate and provide final pay information to District Managers for store associates in states requiring an immediate pay out upon termination
- Provide store associate average pay rates for emergency and suspension pay calculations
- Calculate vacation pay outs for terminated store associates and forward to payroll for processing
- Recalculate Part-Time Sales Lead vacation earnings not calculated properly by the system
- Calculate Canadian overtime, sick, vacation, and holiday pay
- Upload files to the payroll system for processing
- Recalculate wages for retroactive changes/corrections greater than six weeks in the past and upload files to the payroll system for processing
- Assist Senior and Compensation Analysts with administrative tasks relative to processing Store and Assistant Manager bonuses and clarifying SHREDI transactions with District Managers
|Experience and Qualifications:|
- BA/BS degree in Human Resources, Business or other related field preferred or its equivalent in experience
- Ability to interact with all levels of management
- Strong mathematical skills
- 1-2 years of Payroll experience preferred
- Strong communication skills – both written and oral
- Strong organizational skills
- Proficient use of PeopleSoft HRMS 9.2 preferred
- Advanced expertise in Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- Organizational skills
|Physical Demands and Work Environment:|
- Physical Environment
- Primary responsibilities require sitting, operating and viewing a computer and other business equipment for up to 12 hours.
- While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, sit, talk, hear and see.
- Repetitive movement of hands and fingers
- Work Environment
- The noise level in the work environment is usually minimal.
- Local travel is required.