Payroll Essentials for HR Professionals

7 Hours

Date and Time

Starts:09/22/2016 8:30 AM

Ends:09/22/2016 4:30 PM

Event Type

Seminar

Location

Yorkville Conference Center

150 Bloor St W

Toronto, ON

Price

HRPA Members:
$395 + Taxes
Non-Members:
$475 + Taxes
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This seminar is designed for accounting and human resource professionals who have a functional responsibility to oversee the payroll function but are not actually processing a payroll. It provides an introduction and overview perspective of the payroll function. Participants will learn about processing and reporting requirements, and payroll practitioners' responsibilities with regard to government statutory withholding and remittance.

Learning objectives:

<  Processing a payroll: reviews the information necessary for payroll, including calculating/producing a pay, withholding statutory deductions, and correcting a payroll error.

<  Employment/Labour Standards: the legal requirements for Employment/Labour Standards and how they relate to payroll.

<  Government reporting: government remittances, including those made by the Canada Revenue Agency, Revenu Québec, and provincial ministries and bodies. Also touches on the Record of Employment (ROE), workers' compensation and other required reporting.

<  Taxable earnings: how to treat various earnings such as bonuses, vacation pay, commissions and more.

<  Overview of common taxable benefits and other allowances

<  Overview of common taxable benefits and other allowances

<  Termination of employment

Who should attend:

Accounting and HR Professionals who oversee Payroll functions


Speaker bio(s)

Main Speaker: Tina Beauchamp

Tina Beauchamp, Payroll Consultant

Tina Beauchamp, CPM, is one of nine subject matter experts in payroll legislation, research and training with the Compliance Services and Programs team at the Canadian Payroll Association. When she’s not assisting CPA members with their payroll inquiries Tina is writing and updating material for the CPA’s Professional Development Seminars and reviewing employer guides for the federal and provincial governments. Tina also facilitates several of the CPA’s professional development seminars and has written articles for payroll and financial publications, including the CPA’s Dialogue magazine, The Bottom Line and Canadian Payroll Reporter.


Before joining the CPA in 2010 Tina spent 20 years managing both Canadian and U.S. payrolls for organizations in the retail, manufacturing and service industries. Tina has first hand knowledge in both the challenges and triumphs payroll professionals encounter on a regular basis and she enjoys the opportunity to share and exchange experiences with other payroll professionals.


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