Fall Forum Delivers
Real-World Payroll Solutions
Each year, the Fall Forum informs attendees about cutting-edge technologies, innovative practices, and leadership techniques necessary to maximize resources and control costs in their daily payroll operations. This year's event, held at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas September 21-23, will deliver more of the same.
The new Lean Payroll track helps companies make organizational improvements that hadn't been considered previously. This interactive track will help review business processes, identify which methods empower your team, and help eliminate wasteful tasks.
Whether you're looking for a vendor to help with payroll processes, time and attendance rules, or changing benefits processes, a meaningful relationship between your organization and the vendor is crucial. The new Managing Vendor Partnerships track will give you insight, tools, and tips on how to create those ideal partnerships.
Winners of the 2016 Payroll, Accounts Payable, and Shared Services Prism Awards will also be announced at the Fall Forum, and all attendees will receive up to 19.5 RCHs, 1.95 CEUs, or 19.5 CPE credits.
Get on the road to world-class performance -- register for the 2016 Fall Forum today!
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The Payroll Source® provides the essential information needed to keep your company in compliance with the federal laws and regulations that affect your payroll operations. As a comprehensive payroll text, this book eliminates the need to refer to multiple sources seeking answers to your payroll questions.
The book details all aspects of payroll administration, from the most fundamental forms and regulations, through the most complex benefits taxation and reporting. The Payroll Source is also a proven study tool to prepare for the Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) exam.
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It Pays to Know
By 1910, more than eight million women (almost one of every four women in the United States) were employed outside the home and filled 31% of all bookkeeping positions.
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Source: The History of Payroll in the U.S.