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payroll in Companies topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpayrollpay‧roll /ˈpeɪrəʊl $ -roʊl/ noun  1 on the payroll2 [uncountable]BEWBBC the activity of managing salary payments for workers in a company the payroll department a computerized payroll system3 [countable, uncountable]BEWBBC the total amount of wages paid to all the people working in a particular company or industry the annual payroll was $88 million
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payrollThe 21-day partial shutdown of government that ended last week delayed jobless claims and payroll reports.If you have even a few employees, payroll taxes mount quickly.They also had the two highest payrolls in the league at roughly $ 50 million each.Computervision Corp is cutting another 700 jobs to take its payroll to 5,000.The financial administrative functions include budgeting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, payroll and personnel.Suddenly I was spending more time managing my payroll than I was helping my clients.A link with the payroll files was soon established.Under the programme employers would be required to invest at least 0.5 percent of their payroll in training.