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How To De-Risk Your Payroll From Underpayments
Who hasn’t heard about the negative press and tagline #wagetheft? Underpayment claims have accelerated in recent times and well-known companies have been incriminated. The Fair Work Ombudsman has clearly communicated that the regulator will look closely at industries in 2020. Annualised salaries, rolled up hourly rates of pay, what constitutes ‘ordinary time earnings’ for superannuation purposes – these are just a few of the traps you can fall into. While blaming technology has become a recurring excuse, it really is us as the professionals behind the technology who should be in charge. Tracy’s expertise and passion for payroll is second to none. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from someone who has a wealth of knowledge and experience in this area.
This is a topic benefitting all levels of HR practitioners and is going to arm you with the insight and know-how to de-risk the payroll function within your business.
Be sure to allow time for networking on arrival and have your questions at the ready for Tracy’s presentation!
This forum is suitable for:
HR Practitioners of all career levels, specifically in the roles of:
Remuneration and Benefits
HR Business partnering
Speaker: Tracy Angwin, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Payroll Association
Tracy Angwin is a solutions expert, media commentator, popular keynote speaker and the driving force behind Australian Payroll Association. Tracy is also the bestselling author of ‘The Payroll Revolution’ (2013) and ‘Profit from Payroll’ (2015).
She is frequently sought out for her commentary and guidance on all payroll topics, including why employers get payroll wrong, optimising the payroll function and the future of payroll.
This event has been cancelled. Stay tuned, we may be able to schedule this as a live stream or webinar in the future.
Registration closes Monday 30 March 2020 at 5pm
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