Paying employees correctly is your most important—and legally risky—responsibility. Consider the questions:
* Can you eliminate paper paychecks and force employees into direct deposit?
* When is it illegal to set a use-it-or-lose-it policy on vacation time?
* What’s the rule for delivering final paychecks for employees who quit, are fired or even those who die?
Discover what you must do (and not do) to stay in compliance with federal and state pay laws in 2014. Join payroll expert Alice Gilman, Esq., the editor of Payroll Legal Alert, on April 3 for Employee Pay Workshop: Compliance Advice for 2014.
Important: This webinar is especially timely because state and federal regulators are taking a MUCH closer look these days at how you pay employees. Last year alone, the U.S. Department of Labor secured more than $250 million for employees in back pay. State regulators are racking up equally impressive hauls.
Use this new webinar as a checklist to make sure your pay policies are in total compliance with state and federal law. You will learn answers to questions like:
- Can you make direct deposit mandatory? Discover what the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and state payday laws say about mandatory direct deposit policies. Learn five simple ways to encourage employees to voluntarily sign up for direct deposit, plus the three key traps that will sabotage your goal of 100% electronic pay.
- When can you deduct pay for breakage, cash shortages and discipline? Discover the eight indispensable policy pointers to keep your company toeing the legal line when making loss-related deductions from employees’ pay.
- How can you legally pay employees using paycards? Don’t make the mistake of other employers and become lawsuit bait when paying workers via payroll debit cards. Learn the specifics of the Federal Reserve’s Regulation E, and the six steps to keep you and your paycard program out of court.
- How (and how quickly) must you pay departing workers? Learn the ins and outs of termination pay, including step-by-step instructions on creating a voluntary termination pay workflow, and the nine dos and don’ts for involuntary terminations.
- When must you pay for sick days? Find out what the new state and municipal mandatory paid sick day laws require. Hint: Even the smallest employers aren’t off the hook for mandatory sick days.
- What’s a “wage theft” law—and why should you care? Such laws place substantial burdens on employers and are the latest twist in state payday laws.
- Plus much more … and answers to your questions from a true payroll expert, Alice Gilman.
Even one payroll mistake can damage your standing in the office—and possibly your career. It’s important to spot the holes in your employee pay compliance before the feds or state agencies do. Make sure you’re up to speed on the latest employee pay laws and regulations by joining Alice on April 3.
Editorial Director, HR Specialist
P.S. Three Registration Bonuses. Everyone who registers for this webinar will receive three extra bonuses: 1) Our new executive summary paper, Employee Expense Reimbursements: Best Practices to Pay Employees and Avoid Conflicts With the IRS; 2) A copy of the 2014 Payroll Checklist, a 12-page, step-by-step compliance guide to each deadline and action item for this year; 3) One month of access to our online HR advice service at TheHRSpecialist.com.
P.P.S. We promise you'll be satisfied. If this webinar fails to meet your needs in any way, we will refund 100% of your tuition – no hassles, no questions asked. Your conference materials and registration bonuses are yours to keep.
Date: Thursday, April 3
Time: 1 to 2:15 p.m. ET
Registration Bonus #1:
The legal and financial risks of mishandling employee reimbursements have spiked in recent years. Get the guidance you need to minimize taxes while compensating employees correctly with this new executive summary, Employee Expense Reimbursements: Best Practices to Pay Employees and Avoid Conflicts With the IRS. This download is essential to your bottom line and your peace of mind … and it’s yours free just for attending this new webinar.
Registration Bonus #2:
Attendees will also receive a copy of our 2014 Payroll Checklist. This 12-page, step-by-step compliance guide will notify you of each deadline and action item required for every pay period, month and calendar quarter of 2014. The handy checklist will walk you through an entire year of payroll compliance.
Registration Bonus #3:
You’ll receive one month of members-only access to HR Specialist: Premium Plus – our comprehensive electronic information service at www.theHRSpecialist.com. Premium Plus features online compliance self-audits, over 100 forms and checklists, plus Ask the Attorney (responses to your employment law questions). So that you continue to benefit from Premium Plus, we'll continue your access automatically for just $99 per quarter, unless you tell us "no, thanks" – your choice.
About Your Speaker:
Alice Gilman, Esq., is an expert in payroll and tax compliance who has covered payroll issues for more than 26 years. She’s written and edited several leading payroll publications, including Business Management Daily’s Payroll Legal Alert, the Research Institute of America’s Payroll Guide, Prentice Hall’s American Payroll Association’s Basic Guide to Payroll and the Payroll Manager’s Letter. She’s also the editor of Business Management Daily’s Payroll Compliance Handbook and The Complete FLSA Compliance Kit.
Who Should Attend:
- HR professionals
- Supervisors and managers
- Office managers
- Business owners
Since this is a webinar, you and your entire staff can attend in the comfort of your office or conference room for one low price! You may include as many people as you wish while listening on a single phone line.
Multimedia CD & Download: $197
Webinar, Multimedia CD & Download: $297
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