Workers’ Compensation: What's payroll got to do with it?
“Payroll” used to have a simple meaning. According to the Online Etymology Dictionary:
payroll (n.)1740, from pay (v.) + roll (n.); "total amount paid to employees over a period," hence, via records-keeping, "list of employees receiving pay." [ See https://www.etymonline.com/word/payroll ]
Today, the word “payroll” more often than not refers to the department or system that manage employer costs for a range of ...
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