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Do you feel as though you’ve been thrown into the deep end of payroll without a rope? This webinar will help. State laws govern paycheck rules and may supersede Federal requirements. To understand the differences in these laws, the payroll professional needs a guide to payday rules and how they may vary from state to state. This webinar will touch on such topics as final paychecks, requirements around vacation and sick pay, frequency of paychecks, late or missing pay, and legal deductions from pay. We’ll cover what happens when wages are garnished, and which types of garnishments states allow. We’ll also review how to determine which takes precedence, state or federal law. If you are a multi-state employer, or even if all your employees are in one state, these laws are important to any payroll professional. To ensure that all employees are treated fairly, payroll teams need to be in the know about rules that affect payments to those employees.
Are you new to payroll processing? Or have you recently been promoted to a new position with more responsibilities? Are you up to date on all the rules for paychecks issued in your state? Do you know the requirements for employee salary payments in all your US locations? How do you handle final pay for a separated employee? Do you offer direct deposit – can you require direct deposit for your employees? What items must appear on employee pay stubs? Are there different rules for each state where you have employees? For answers to these and other questions, take this webinar and receive valuable information that will help you be compliant in all states where you have employees.
Merle Capello, CPP has been a payroll manager and educator for more than 30 years. She has held the CPP designation for more than 20 years and has worked in industries ranging from advertising to brokerage, from food production to data analysis. Merle has taught payroll administration in both college and corporate classrooms and has also assisted with local CPP and FPC Study Groups, helping payroll workers to gain and maintain certification. She has also consulted with payroll processing startups and established clients as payroll and payroll tax subject matter expert.