What happens to benefits when HR and payroll don’t communicate
A disconnect between HR and payroll can negatively impact your benefits and put the health of the whole company at risk.
By Stephen Geri|May 21, 2018 at 10:25 AM
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The right benefits can make or break a job. It’s why we prioritize this particular need among other factors such as pay and culture when making employment decisions. But due to the complexity of the US tax code and health insurance, you and your employees could be losing out on deal-making-or-breaking benefits at your company—all because of poor communication and lost knowledge between departments.
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