The Canadian Payroll Association
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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.
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.
Get a comprehensive overview of how to handle any special payment that differs from regular wages – like bonuses and commissions, payments at termination, top-ups and more. You’ll also learn how to correctly complete the Record of Employment (ROE).
An intensive week-long program that provides a comprehensive foundation in payroll. Learn about Canadian payroll basics, remuneration and deductions, producing a pay, workers’ compensation, employment and labour standards, terminations, year-end, pensions and pension adjustments, and government remittances.
U.S. Garnishments Forum provides a detailed overview of both federal and state garnishment laws and their impact on the payroll process. Learn which withholding order has priority when multiple orders are received, how to handle out-of-state orders, how to calculate the amount to withhold from the employee's pay, and much more.
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
One of the tasks many payroll practitioners have to deal with is developing an employee handbook for their organizations. Join this webinar to understand the importance of employee handbooks and employment policies, how they are drafted, revised and enforced, and recognize some of the potential legal pitfalls that go along with creating an employee handbook.
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