NEW Webcasts Give Breaking Payroll News Direct From the Front
The American Payroll Association's new video segments, Pay News Now, provide viewers with late-breaking news and information pertaining to payroll and accounts payable. Delivered first-hand from APA industry leaders, Pay News Now provides viewers with reports and analyses of compliance issues that may affect them now and in the future.
Pay News Now represents APA's frontline commitment to bringing you the latest accounts payable and payroll compliance news. Its correspondents are authorities from APA's Government Relations, Education, and Payroll Information Resources Departments who cover local, state, and federal payroll news topics.
Tune in to Pay News Now for the latest news on issues ranging from legislation and taxes to compliance.
What Are New Trends in Technology That Impact
As the pace of business increases and organizations become more complex, time and attendance processes need to evolve in order to keep up with business' changing requirements. In addition, today's employees are increasingly mobile and technologically savvy. They have greater expectations that the solutions they use at work are as effective as the ones they use in their personal lives.
On February 21, APA's free webinar "The Future of Time and Attendance: Seven Trends to Look For" will explore current trends in time and attendance technology, including the end of traditional time clocks as we know them. The webinar will also examine why mobile access is critical (even if you don’t think your workforce is mobile), and why you should expect more technology at a lower cost.
Ignore the march of time-tracking innovations at your peril -- register for this free webinar today!
Earn 1 RCH, 0.1 CEU, or 1 CPE for attending this webinar.
Pay Employees Accurately,
On Time Every Time
APA addresses the compliance issues that must be conquered in order to pay employees accurately in its popular Wage and Hour Summit webinar series. Presented as four informative webinars, this is an online series that every payroll and HR professional needs to experience in order to better understand the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and State Wage-Hour requirements.
Beginning February 26, participants will navigate wage and hour issues as they answer questions regarding who is exempt from wage and hour laws; what calculations are required for overtime pay; and when an employee must be compensated for not working -- and all from the comfort and convenience of your home or office.
Gain a deeper understanding of how the FLSA and state requirements govern your pay processes -- register for Wage and Hour Summit now!
Earn up to 1.5 RCHs, 0.15 CEU, or 1.5 CPEs for each webinar attended.