The National Institutes of Health (NIH), a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the nation’s medical research agency — making important discoveries that improve health and save lives. Americans today are living longer and healthier. Life expectancy in the United States has jumped from 47 years in 1900 to 78 years as reported in 2009, and disability in people over age 65 has dropped dramatically in the past 3 decades. In recent years, nationwide rates of new diagnoses and deaths from all cancers combined have fallen significantly (source).
Being paid for the work done is the foundation of the employer/employee relationship. It is an almost entirely implicit expectation (imagine, for instance, asking during a job interview if you will be paid accurately and on time) until something goes wrong when the whole report is in danger. Therefore, the payroll is essential. But it’s also stressful, time consuming, a bit complicated, and never ending.
Even small compensation errors create massive headaches, and the largest can lead to severe legal and financial problems with employees or the government. However, despite its critical nature, even basic knowledge about payroll is relatively scarce outside the groups or individuals who deal with payments.
NIH Payroll Calendar 2020 & 2021
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