Setting up Payroll for Your Business? Here are 4 Ultimate Courses for Understanding Payroll Circumstances

Payroll usually makes up the largest deductible for any business due to the expense it takes to compensate each employee’s salary or wage. This enthralling package training program will edify you on the mandatory California paid sick leave law recordkeeping and anti-retaliation requirements, laws affecting payroll overpayments, deceased employee pay, termination pay, and special pay situations and how payroll reconciliation can lead to accurate reporting and timely depositing, depending on the size and complexity of business. The package will also guide you in understanding what an employer needs to deduct and withhold from an employee’s wages in 2018.
Instructor: Jacquiline M. Wagner, Esq., Clarissia L. Harris, Mark Schwartz
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Who will benefit?

  • Attorneys and/or Paralegals
  • Human Resource Staff and Executives
  • Supervisors & Managers
  • Business Owners
  • Payroll Staff, Executives and managers
  • General Counsels
  • California Employers
  • Payroll Professionals
  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Benefit & Compensation Professionals
  • Accounting staff
  • Accounts payable managers
  • HR staff and management
  • Lawmakers
  • Business Owners
  • Controllers
  • HR senior management
  • Benefits manager
  • Accountants
  • Third party administrators
  • Insurance agents and brokers
  • Employers

Webinars included in the Package:

California's Mandatory Paid Sick Leave - Recordkeeping, Anti-Retaliation Requirements and More (Duration: 90 Minutes)

If you are located in California or have employees/workplace in California, you would have to comply with these rules and regulations. This session will give you most significant changes that affect California employers and the employment legal and regulatory landscape.

Objectives of the Presentation:

  • The law which mandates paid sick leave requirements
  • Who is covered by the mandatory paid sick leave requirements
  • Who is exempted from the mandatory paid sick leave requirements
  • Earning paid sick leave
  • Using paid sick leave
  • Posting and notice requirements
  • Recordkeeping requirements
  • Anti-retaliation requirements
  • Penalties for failing to comply with the mandatory paid sick leave requirements
  • Oakland and San Francisco ordinances

Instructor Profile:

Jacquiline M. Wagner, Esq., is the president of JMW Seminars, LLC - working to improve the performance of employees and supervisors. Ms. Wagner uniquely understands the needs of business owners and employers when it comes to educating employees. For almost twenty years, she has enjoyed the honor of training hundreds of employees and supervisors in an assortment of industries concerning all aspects of employment law.

Handling Special Payroll Situations: Death, Disaster, Overpays, and Inclement Weather (Duration: 60 Minutes)

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.

Objectives of the Presentation:

  • How to manage executive pay
  • Various types of pay associated to the executive compensation package
  • The components associated with piece rate pay
  • Federal and state law requirements for a deceased employee
  • Identify various types of indirect and direct pay
  • How to calculate golden parachute payments
  • How to create and design a blended rate compensation system

Instructor Profile:

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.

Payroll Reconciliation and Reporting - Getting it Right the First Time (Duration: 60 Minutes)

Do you have an effective and thorough reconciliation process to catch payroll errors? Are you withholding and reporting all non-statutory and statutory deductions correctly? It's the payroll professional's responsibilities to have effective payroll reconciliation and reporting processes to verify and to ensure employees are paid timely and accurately. If not managed correctly, it can be costly to an employer and in some cases it can lead to internal and external audits. This training course will guide on how to help yourself and the rest of your company sleep better knowing both your workers and the government are happy with payroll.

Objectives of the Presentation:

  • Common mistakes made in payroll administration
  • Reconciling best practices for small and large businesses
    • Hiring and termination of workers
    • Confirming net pay check amounts
    • Ensuring voluntary and involuntary deductions are accurate
    • Overseeing amounts accrued to accounting records
    • Preparing deposits, quarterly and annual payroll tax returns
    • Preparing year end reconciliation and information returns
  • How to review your internal controls over payroll operations
  • How to recognize payroll related fraud

Instructor Profile:

Mark Schwartz is an employment tax specialist and has over 15 years of employment tax experience as an independent consultant and as a payroll tax auditor with the State of California. He has managed an audit caseload of 20 ongoing audits, from small home-based businesses to large multi-national corporations. Mark is a participating member of the American Payroll Association.

Understanding Payroll Deductions in 2018: What can and cannot be Deducted from an Employee's Wages (Duration: 60 Minutes)

Many employers require their employees to wear uniforms for work. Can the cost of the uniforms and their upkeep be deducted from an employee's wages? What about cash shortages or breakage? Can you deduct the cost of shortage or breakage from the employee's paycheck under the state or federal laws? Some employers offer meals and lodging as part of the employee's work contract. What can be deducted from the employee's paycheck for employer provided meals and lodging and can this be used as credit against the minimum wage paid? What if an employee is overpaid, can the employer simply deduct the overpayment from future payments or does the employee have to agree to the deduction in writing? Does the federal law differ from the state law in this area and, if it does, which one does the employer have to follow?

Objectives of the Presentation:

  • Taxes: Which are mandatory, which are a courtesy, and which ones the employee controls
  • Child support: The limits but not beyond
  • Tax levies: Federal and state
  • Creditor garnishments: How many can you honor and how often
  • Voluntary wage assignments for "payday loans": When are they required to be honored
  • Handling fringe benefits such as health insurance or group term life
  • Uniforms: When does the employer pay for it and when does the employee furnish it
  • Meals: When do they become part of the employee's wages
  • Lodging: When is it part of the employee's wages and when is it a perk
  • Shortages: The employee came up short so they have to cover that right?
  • Breakage: You broke it so you have to pay for it – Is it legal or not
  • Overpayments: The employee was overpaid so can you just take the money back
  • Advanced vacation pay: The employee knows the vacation hours were advanced so can you take them back when the employee quits
  • Loans to employees: What terms can be set while the employee is still active and what can be taken when the employee terminates
  • Employee purchases: Active employees and terminated employees
  • Anti-wage theft laws and the states

Instructor Profile:

Mark Schwartz is an employment tax specialist and has over 15 years of employment tax experience as an independent consultant and as a payroll tax auditor with the State of California. He has managed an audit caseload of 20 ongoing audits, from small home-based businesses to large multi-national corporations. Mark is a participating member of the American Payroll Association.

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