The healthcare environment creates a major challenge in the prevention and intervention of violence. The rate of injuries and illness from violence in the healthcare industry is more than three times greater than violence in all private industry. This training program will explore what makes violence in healthcare unique and its negative ramifications on quality patient care.
This personal and business tax returns analysis training program will focus on key areas such as 1040 federal tax returns, K-1 forms, and tax code updates and how they affect bank’s clients. It will also discuss the structure of a C corporation, S corporation, and Partnership (including LLC) tax return.
The webinar training will address ADAAA, FMLA, and Worker’s Comp laws that HR is responsible for upholding. When the laws are not followed, it increases the liability for the organization and interferes with a fair and equitable work environment for employees.
This webinar will help you get a working knowledge of how you can minimize your company’s exposure to employee abuse of family and medical leave – be it under the FMLA, ADA, or workers’ comp or other applicable family and medical leave laws.
This training program will discuss a new employee’s role in his/her orientation and difference between orientation to the organization and orientation to the department. The program will also explain gap analysis, force field analysis, and SWOT analysis in assessing your organization’s onboarding requirements.
This training program will examine LGBT perceptions and stereotypes and help understand the business case for LGBT inclusion in the workforce. It will also establish gender transition guidelines and list organization best practices to minimize discrimination.
This training program will discuss the four classification of exempt employees permitted under the IRS code including executive, administrative, professional and outside sales. It will examine the salary level test and the salary basis test.
This training program will detail what just happened with the adoption of the new Same Day ACH Rule and what will it do for the ACH payments network. It will also help identify the impact on financial institutions (ODFIs and RDFIs), including their originators.
If you are a federal contractor, having a firm grasp on the essentials of affirmative action and OFCCP compliance is a must, whether you are new to the federal contracting world or a seasoned contractor. This webinar training program will offer attendees an understanding of affirmative action laws and regulations enforced by the OFCCP. It will also discuss Affirmative Action Plans for women and minorities, and for disabled and veteran workers.
This webinar will review the IRS Form 941 and its accompanying Form Schedule B for 2019. It will discuss what is new for the form in 2019 and will detail the requirements for completing each form. The webinar instructor will specify filing requirements and offer tips on reconciling and balancing the two forms. The webinar also covers the forms used to amend or correct the returns.
This Payroll Deduction webinar will discuss what can and what cannot be deducted from an employee’s regular paycheck as well as their final one. The course will offer a brief overview of child support and its limits, federal and state tax levies, credit garnishments that can be honored, voluntary wage assignments for payday loans, fringe benefits and several other related topics.
This training program will help attendees distinguish between supplemental wage payments and regular wage payments and help them identify wage payments that are neither supplemental nor regular. It will also detail methods used to compute withholding on supplemental pay including examples.
This training program will discuss how getting rid of the paper can increase your department’s efficiency and decrease overall long term costs. Some of these efforts will involve upfront costs or systems or your time to create and implement while others can be done immediately by taking advantage of improving technology offered by others. But even introducing just a few of them will reduce the paper in your department.
Tax levies and creditor garnishments can be some of the most complex tasks required of any payroll department. If garnishments are not handled precisely, you may have to face heavy fines for non-compliance. Courts, federal and state regulations, bureaucracies, lawyers and a multitude of other factors can complicate even the most basic procedures.
This webinar training discusses the legal and contractual perspectives of managing the remote/virtual employee. It will highlight the opportunities and challenges that the virtual workplace offers. The current competitive business environment and the changing nature of work and the workforce requires effective leadership that spans the boundaries of time and space to help employees to work together – apart. Participants will understand the dynamic interaction between technological systems and human systems that the virtual leader has to address and how to implement prevention strategies to minimize liability by designing and developing virtual policies.
This training program will discuss the wage and hour requirements for calculating and paying overtime in the state of california. The course will elaborate the requirements for calculating overtime and double time in California to ensure compliance with the state’s wage and hour laws.
This 90 minute California wage and hour compliance training will help you understand the complexities surrounding California wage and hour laws and how it affects the function of any payroll department or company that has employees in California.
This training program will examine the FLSA requirements on recouping overpayments including the 1998 opinion letter that spells out these requirements. It will also focus on issues such as exempt employee status, minimum wage and overtime rules for nonexempt employees must be considered when recovering overpayments from employees. Additionally, it will review the wage and hour laws of several states and the factors that determine if an overpayment can be recouped.