Prism Awards Give
If your organization has improved business practices and overall processes over the last year, you could very well be the recipient of a 2016 Payroll Prism Award, AP Prism Award, or Shared Services Award. Obtaining such an award not only helps your department garner industry-wide recognition, but it proves your employees' worth to company officials, too.
Now is the time to send in your nomination for the 2016 Prism Awards for best practices. Companies of all sizes are welcome to nominate their departments, and any department involved in payroll, finance, or accounting is eligible.
The 2016 Prism Awards will be presented to innovative payroll departments that exhibit best practices in four distinct categories:
Download the Payroll Prism Awards nomination form
- Overall Best Practices
to enter, or do the same for the AP Prism Award
, and the Shared Services Award
. All nominations are due July 8.
The Chairs of the APA's Strategic Payroll Leadership Task Force (SPLTF) choose the 2016 Payroll Prism Award winners. The AP Prism Award winner and the Shared Services Award winner are chosen by the Chairs of the APA's Strategic Accounts Payable Leadership Task Force (SAPLTF) and the Shared Services Task Force (SSTF), respectively.
All awards will be presented at APA's Fall Forum
, scheduled for September 21-23 in Las Vegas. Contact Dan Dycus, CPP
, APA's Senior Director of Education Services, for additional information on the Prism Awards.
2016 Book Combo
Saves You More Than $200
APA's Book Combo unites payroll's comprehensive resource text, The Payroll Source®, with two other volumes that contain the payroll-related sections of federal laws and regulations. The result? A bundled resource for keeping your company in compliance.
Federal Payroll Tax Laws and Regulations contains the exact language of payroll-related sections of the IRC and IRS regulations.
Federal Payroll Non-Tax Laws and Regulations contains the exact language of the payroll-related sections of federal laws and regulations from the United States Code and the Code of Federal Regulations. As a perfect companion to Federal Payroll Tax Laws and Regulations, this manual allows you to quickly reference the FLSA, FMLA, Immigration Reform and Control Act, Social Security Act, the DOL white-collar exemption regulations, and more.
If members purchase these essential compliance reference books separately, they spend more than $200 more than if they purchase the essential Book Combo package.
Get the best in current compliance resources for your library -- order your Book Combo today!
Knowledge in a Virtual Setting
Starting June 7, the APA will host its next "Advanced Payroll Concepts: Virtual Classroom" for professionals who desire advanced payroll education without leaving the office.
Delivered through six convenient, web-based interactive sessions with top instructors, "Advanced Payroll Concepts: Virtual Classroom" provides attendees with management-level training on vital topics such as taxable/nontaxable compensation, tax reporting, and payroll leadership issues.
APA's virtual classrooms are designed for convenience and ease. Each course will be presented in segments that cannot be purchased separately. "Advanced Payroll Concepts: Virtual Classroom" is held over the internet, and all participants engage in class exercises and ask questions via interactive collaboration using virtual meeting software.
Propel your career upward -- get registered for this advanced class.
It Pays to Know
In the United States, during the 1860s, female bookkeepers earned $500 a year, while men in the same job received nearly $1,800 a year
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Source: The History of Payroll in the U.S.