The Canadian Payroll Association
250 Bloor Street East, Suite 1600
Toronto, ON M4W 1E6
Toll Free: 1-800-387-4693
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“Attending Professional Development Seminars keeps payroll professionals up to date with changing legislation.” — Koralei F., CPM
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Get a comprehensive, plain-language review of employment standards federally and by jurisdiction to help you stay compliant and avoid litigation. Hands-on exercises cover hours of work, public holidays, paid and unpaid leaves, vacation, termination and records retention.
Expand on the concepts from Learning Payroll I by exploring more complex processes and government requirements. This interactive, exercise-based seminar covers the fundamentals of taxable earnings, allowances and benefits, terminations and garnishments.
An interactive workshop designed for payroll professionals who want to build their written, verbal and non-verbal communication skills. Explore the key elements of the communication process, enhance your writing, develop active listening skills, communicate with influence and delegate for greater results.
Avoid government audits. Know the rules on the more than 40 common taxable benefits and allowances included in employment income, such as automobile allowances, loan and stock options, gift cards, and more. Make sure your employer is accurately withholding, remitting and complying with year-end reporting requirements.
This informative webinar will assist you and your organization in implementing payroll best practices to correct common payroll errors and accurately handle overpayment, underpayment and repayment of salary or wages.
Ce webinaire est conçu pour vous aider, ainsi que votre organisation, à faire usage des meilleures pratiques de traitement de la paie afin de corriger les erreurs de paie les plus fréquentes et de traiter correctement les trop-payés, les paiements insuffisants et les remboursements de salaire.
An introduction to the payroll function designed for new staff with no or limited exposure to payroll, or those returning to payroll after a break. Learn about processing and reporting requirements, and the payroll practitioner's key role in statutory withholding and remittance
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