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What does the payroll department do? "They Multiply my hours by my salary, subtract the tax and write a check." If only it was that easy!

Every employee from the CEO to contract workers depend on you. Every paycheck brings its own special challenges, company car, overtime, bonus, incentives, multiple court orders, or FMLA just to name a few. . The payroll is the liaison between the organization and the DOL, the IRS and other federal and state agencies. You are required to stay current on the latest forms, laws and practices, and deal with a host of other issues. Make one mistake and you and your company is left open to expensive legal consequences and audits.

Why should you Attend:
Consider yourself warned! As your self this question: "Can your company afford to make a million dollar mistake?" Case in point: After nearly a five-year federal investigation of illegal business practices by 16 defendants in Utah and Arizona has yielded $700,000 in back wages, damages, penalties and other guarantees for more than 1,000 construction industry workers in the Southwest, the U.S. Department of Labor announced today.

Areas Covered in the Session:
Understand the latest regulation changes that impact your company
Understand current duties test, updated "Primary Duties" and "Suffer or Permit"
How to classify "working time or worked time"
Understanding exempt and non-exempt classifications 2016 new rules

Who Will Benefit:
Payroll Department Personnel
HR staff,
Employee benefits professionals,
Business owners
Managers, Department Heads
Any employee responsible for developing and/or maintaining an effective payroll programs.
Anyone who wishes to increase or refresh their knowledge of payroll

Speaker Profile:
David Sanders is considered one of the worlds leading experts/trainers in accounting, finance, accounts payable, accounts receivable, budgeting, collections, cost accounting, personal finance, personal income taxes, business taxes, business set up, sales & use taxes. internal controls, inventory management, cycle counting, record keeping and vendor, supplier management. He has continuous requests to train employees and to hold public seminars. He has conducted approximately 10,000 training sessions, including public seminars, on-sites, company training, chamber of commerce's, colleges, training videos, CD's and webinars worldwide.

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Phone: +1-800-447-9407
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Event Details

Conference/Event Dates: 09/28/2016 - 09/28/2016
Conference/Event Hours: 90 Minutes
Classification: B2B
Primary Industry: Education Events
Other Industries: Education, Education Events
Cost to Attend: One Dial-in One Attendee Price: US$150.00
Audience: One Dial-in One Attendee

Price: US$150.00
Number of Exhibitors:1
Show Owner:18004479407
Show Manager:Event Manager
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