Pay Stub Template Excel



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How do I create a pay stub in Excel?

A Pay stub can be created in Excel. Highlight the rows, then right-click and select format Cells. Here you can add a border and select a color under Background Color. In the header, name your columns Employee Name, SSN, Employee ID, Check Number, Pay Period and Pay Date.

This Pay Stub xls spreadsheet classifies as a Human resources (HR) document. Within an organization, the Human resources department manages its employees, from the beginning: by selecting and recruiting staff (sifting through resumes, job applications and conducting interviews), onboarding and training them, do performance reviews (KPO setting, annual review, etc), all employment-related paperwork, and finally also arranges the termination of the employees. They need to oversee the organization's fair employment practices, HR Handbook, workplace safety, benefits, payroll, and vacation time.

We support you and your company by providing this Human Resources document template, which will help you to make a perfect one! This Pay Stub Template Excel is created by HR professionals, and intelligently structured, and easy-to-navigate through. Pay close attention to its content, to make sure that it fits your own needs.     

Download this Pay Stub with a calculator sample. This will save you or your HR department time, cost, and effort and helps you to create a robust HR system.




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