School System Implements Paperless Payroll System
Release Date: 10/11/2011 2:48:24 PM
The Carroll County Public Schools Payroll Department is pleased to announce that it has gone paperless. This is the first year of implementation for this new initiative. The paperless payroll system will save the school system at least $30,000 per year, not including the savings generated by the efficiencies of in-house mail. Previously, the in-house mail system would deliver paychecks and vouchers to more than 40 locations. This will result in substantial additional savings in gas and mileage.
“We are excited to offer this service to our employees. CCPS employees have embraced this concept, so it is a win-win for everyone,” said Payroll Officer Stephanie Poisal. “The system is saving money while at the same time offering our employees a convenient way to access their information.”
Every employee may now view their electronic payroll information, including their paperless voucher, on the secure online Employee Access Center at both work and non-work locations. They can also update their personal demographic information.
According to Superintendent of Schools Stephen Guthrie, “I am proud of the way our staff has responded to the charge of providing the highest quality services for our employees while continuing to keep an eye on the bottom line."