That's sad to a certain extent because here's one person trying to do the right thing and he still ends up in jail, through no fault of his own. I have been a payroll person in another life and it can be perplexing, time consuming, you have to pay attention to the smallest details, deal with a lot of whining people sometimes, but it's not a job you should do if you have a thin skin. Mistakes are bound to happen every once in a while, and computers are not the answer to everyone's problems as much we feel they are. Computers rely on the data we put in, so you have to be truly mindful and have a real concern for this type of position. I did it for quite a while in my brick and mortar days, and I took a lot of pride in get each person check correct, delivered on pay day, and humble when something wasn't right, getting it correct in an expedient fashion and with a smile.