In cooperation with Thomson Reuters
This webinar series is perfect for you if you are part of a Human Resources department, doing payroll and human resources as part of your job, or are a finance professional responsible for payroll and human resources operations.
Stay up-to-date in a year that has been full of change.
Who Should Attend?
Human Resources, Payroll, systems, accounting, and finance professionals responsible for payroll /human resources operations
!! IMPORTANT !!
Sound for this online session is streamed directly through your computer or electronic device. Participants will not be provided with a dial-in number.
Please test check your system BEFORE you register. Make sure you are connected via your local desktop (not through your company’s server) to perform this test and view the future presentation. Click here to test your system and for troubleshooting tips.
While HR and payroll are very different professions, there is a major overlap between the HR and payroll functions with respect to areas of responsibility and body of knowledge. In many cases, payroll and HR need to work very closely together to deliver people-related programs, and payroll professionals need to understand issues and concerns faced by their colleagues in the HR function. Many of these issues are the same strategic concerns being pondered by executives in your organization.
These issues include return to work challenges relating to COVID-19, skill and talent shortages, employee motivation, retention and engagement, attracting and retaining diverse talent, increased digitization of the economy and fears about the disruption of many departments, functions, and even entire industries.
After registering for an archived webinar, a confirmation containing login information is sent approximately 2 business days after the registration has been processed.
You will have access to the archived webinar 24 hours after receiving the login information.
Cancellations: No refunds will be issued once the email containing the login information has been provided.