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Payroll Management Competence Framework

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

3 The Payroll Profession

4 Payroll and the World of Work

5 Overall Objectives of the Payroll Management Competence Framework

6 Enabling Successful Payroll Competence Development

7 The Competence Framework Pyramid

8 Applying the CIPP Competence Framework

9 Evaluation of Payroll Management Competences

2. Payroll Management Competence Framework Core Values and Competences

o Professional Values
o Business & Management Core Competences for Payroll o Personal Competences Profile

3. Payroll Management Competence Framework: Technical Payroll Expertise o Competence Framework for “Foundation” Level o Supporting the Organisation
o Producing the Payroll
o Operating Payroll Information Systems

4. Competence Framework for “Member – Team Leader” Level o Supporting the Organisation
o Producing the Payroll
o Managing Payroll Information Systems
o Managing the Payroll Function
o Managing the Payroll Staff

5. Competence Framework for “Member – Payroll Manager” Level o Supporting the Organisation
o Producing the Payroll
o Managing Payroll Information Systems
o Managing the Payroll Function
o Managing the Payroll Staff

6. Competence Framework for “Member – Working at Strategic Level” o Supporting the Organisation - Strategic
o Producing the Payroll
o Managing Payroll Information Systems
o Managing the Payroll Function
o Managing the Payroll Staff

7. Competence Framework for “Specialist Payroll Professional” Level o Specialising in Payroll
o Specialising in HR and Payroll
o Specialising in IT and Payroll
o Specialising in Finance and Payroll

1. Introduction

The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals supports its members and the field of workplace-based payroll learning and performance through the creation of the CIPP Payroll Management Competence Framework which will help to shape the future of the profession for the current and next generation of payroll practitioners.

Payroll Management may be defined as the provision of advice, products and services to internal/external customers which ensures that accurate and timely remuneration, statutory deductions and entitlements are made in relation to the employees of an organisation.

This Competence Framework will enable payroll professionals to provide their organisations with an even higher level of value and service. It defines the profession in the context of learning and performance, takes into account the technological and business trends which influence the profession, and seeks to balance the business objectives of the payroll function with the development needs of those delivering effective payroll services.

The Payroll Profession

The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals promotes professionalism in payroll for the benefit of all stakeholders in the payroll process. Any valid profession is identifiable by certain characteristics including: • Expertise in a particular intellectual skill, acquired by education and training;

• Acceptance of obligations to society as a whole, government, employers, “customers” within one’s own company, or external to the company;

• Definition and application of a common competence framework, code of professional ethics and technical standards;

• An objective and accountable approach to all services provided;

• Delivery of services to the highest possible standards of...
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