Organizations which follow best practices consistently achieve the highest performance levels in studies of customer satisfaction, productivity, and employee satisfaction.
One recent industry study determined that organizations which follow industry best practices process payroll at a 37% lower cost per payment than their peer group.
But what exactly are Payroll Best Practices? Are they "best" for everyone? Where should I start? Should I simply adopt best practices, or should I try to adapt them to my environment?
There are many Payroll Best Practices in the areas of process, people, and technology. This audio conference explores many payroll best practices and discusses circumstances where they may, or may not, be best practices for your organization.Learning Objectives
About Your Speaker:
- What Are Payroll Process Best Practices
- What are Payroll People Best Practices
- What are Payroll Technology Best Practices
- What's right for my organization?
- Implementing Payroll Best Practices
For more than 30 years Roger A. Smith, CPP, has helped Payroll and HR organizations improve their business processes, management, communications, and utilization of technology.
A longtime member of the American Payroll Association (APA), he currently serves as APA Vice-President, chairs the Emerging Technologies Committee of the Strategic Payroll Leadership Task Force, and is a member of the Board of Contributing Writers for Membership Publications. In 1990 he received the APA's Meritorious Service Award and in 1997 he received APA's Special Recognition Award. In 2001, Roger was named the APA's Payroll Man of the Year.
Mr. Smith holds a B.A. degree in Economics from Oakland University. He has maintained Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) status since 1988, and shares his knowledge through workshops, seminars, and presentations. He also has authored many articles in professional journals. PHR / SPHR Re-Certification Credits
This audio conference is approved for 1.5 hours of HRCI credit. The use of this seal is not an endorsement by HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for re-certification credit.