The Payroll Odyssey: Guiding You Through Every Phase
Recorded Webinar | Vicki M. Lambert | From: Feb 12, 2024 - To: Dec 31, 2024
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Unlock the secrets to unparalleled success as we delve into the art of mastering payroll compliance.
Ensuring compliance with federal and state wage and hour laws isn't a matter of chance; it demands knowledge, foresight, and meticulous execution. Strict adherence to regulations regarding paycheck issuance and timing is imperative throughout an employee's journey, from the moment they are hired to the day they leave the organization. This process commences with identifying any essential payday notices or personal pay-related information that must be furnished to the employee upon hiring. It continues until the final paycheck is issued, encompassing critical decisions such as the inclusion of vacation pay. Managing payroll effectively entails a myriad of regulations and continuous vigilance to keep pace with evolving legislation and technological advancements.
One pivotal aspect that necessitates ongoing attention is the method of payment for employees. Companies currently using paper checks might explore the possibilities of adopting more efficient and cost-effective alternatives like direct deposit or pay cards. However, ensuring the legality of such transitions requires payroll's careful evaluation.
Even areas as simple as employee paystubs can cause concern. What must a paystub include or does the employer even need to provide one? Can the employer force an employee to receive an electronic paystub instead of a paper one? These are frequently asked questions by employers that need answers.
And, of course, the one area that is always in constant flux from new legislation and court cases is whether or not vacation pay must be paid out when an employee terminates. Can the employer still follow their current policy or does it need a new one for certain states?
Join this Webinar, it will focus on paying employees from when they are hired until the date they terminate.