Clarissia Harris
Payroll Professional
Clarissia L. Harris, CPP, MBA is a payroll professional with 25 years of experience in both teaching and managing payroll. She has taught several Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) training courses throughout the United States. Her extensive work experience includes Georgia State University, Science Application International Corporation, KPMG and IBM Internet Security Company.

Currently, she is a Payroll Manager for a large Financial Company in Atlanta Georgia. Also presently, she is a payroll instructor at a local university in Atlanta. Clarissa has also received several Merit of Citation awards from the American Payroll Association.
Upcoming Webinar
Handling Special Payroll Situations: Death, Disaster, Overpays, and Inclement Weather
As payroll professionals, we find certain types of pay situations to be quite challenging. Because these pay situations do not occur often, processing them can become overwhelming. As human resources, compensation and payroll professionals it is our responsibility to ensure that all types of pay situations meet the federal and state law requirements. This material will provide a better perspective on how to implement process and disburse those unusual pay situations.
Live Session Friday, 31 May 2019, 11:30 AM PDT | 02:30 PM EDT, Duration: 60 Minutes

Recorded Webinar
Payroll Requirements for Terminated Employees
Managing termination pay requires knowing the federal and state laws. Human Resources and Payroll professionals must know the proper way to handle the final payment for non-exempt and exempt employees. Although the state will mandate how and when employees should receive their final payment, it's the employer's responsibility to ensure all payments such as dismissal pay, severance pay, stock options and golden parachute payments are accurate paid in a timely manner.
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How to comply with Payroll Recordkeeping Requirements: Why It is important and what you need to know?
It's the employer's responsibility to maintain adequate recordkeeping of payroll records. This webinar will provide a detail guideline to assist with establishing and maintaining employee's records. How to avoid cost that may result to poor record retention. Discuss the best approach in storing, retrieving and archiving employee's payroll records various ways to protect employee data and the best method managing electronic payroll record systems that meet the federal and state guidelines.
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Shadow Payroll of U.S. International Employees
Gain a better perspective of how to use shadow payroll to make your global company more cost efficient. If you are a global company deploying and maintaining talent around the world, this topic is for you.
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Paperless Payroll: Compliance Tips and Best Practices
This program covers the new technology that can be used to allow employees to use ESS (Employee Self-Service Portals). Technology is changing how we do business. Employees are looking for ways to implement their own payroll updates such as W-4 tax updates, direct deposit, and even paid time off requests. As a major aspect of this development, payroll system suppliers are offering ways for employees to make these updates, yet still provide the employer with meaningful recordkeeping to comply with state and federal laws.
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How to comply with Payroll Recordkeeping Requirements: Why It is important and what you need to know?
Does your payroll record meet the federal and state record retention requirements? Do you have the accessibility to timely retrieve payroll records within 72 hours? Human Resources and payroll professionals face with several recordkeeping retention requirements mandated by federal and state agencies. In some cases, these record retention requirements are not always clear and can be challenging when and how to maintain the records to avoid hefty penalties and fines from the various federal and state authorities.
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Employer Requirements for Unclaimed Wages - How to Avoid Penalties and Fines
Does your company have an escheatment process? This process is essential to an organization and if not managed correctly, it can be costly to an organization. It is the employer's responsibility to comply and to ensure any wages that are unclaimed by the employees must be timely reported to the state agencies; otherwise penalties and fines will be imposed simply because the payroll and accounting professionals are not in compliance with the state escheatment requirements.
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Payroll Requirements for Terminated Employees
Managing termination pay requires knowing the federal and state laws. Human Resources and Payroll professionals must know the proper way to handle the final payment for non-exempt and exempt employees. Although the state will mandate how and when employees should receive their final payment, it’s the employer's responsibility to ensure all payments such as dismissal pay, severance pay, stock options and golden parachute payments are accurate paid in a timely manner.
Recorded Session Get life time access for one participant with download option!

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