Prepare Your Payroll Department for Emergencies, Crises, and the Unexpected
Most companies are still reeling from the impacts of COVID-19 - so it's critical that your organization is prepared for anything in 2021.
Maybe in 2020, you found a makeshift way to ensure employees were getting paid on time without being physically in the office as a quick pivot when we were all sent home to work remotely in Q1.
Now we’re going into 2021 with COVID cases on the rise again and many of us still operating from home. It’s time to either (1) establish a more reliable emergency payroll process or (2) determine if your new way to do payroll is effective long-term and you’re ready for anything that the new year throws at us.
In this 60-minute workshop, you’ll learn best practices, resources, and strategies, such as where to begin and how to keep your plan up-to-date and agile.
You’ll walk away from this workshop ready to get paychecks to employees during any emergency or crisis this year, plus:
- Implement a preparedness plan for critical processes that keep your company going in case of crisis
- Prioritize payroll tasks in a disaster plan with clear delegated responsibilities
- Document and communicate tasks to your team
- Identify and utilize appropriate technological resources
- Create a sustainable, easily executed strategy that’s tailor-made for your company
- Keep your plan consistent with regulations and the current climate
- What we learned from the pandemic to better prepare for the unexpected
- What needs to be covered in your disaster recovery strategy
- How record retention impacts your emergency plan
- The most effective way to evaluate payroll processes (we’ll go over what’s critical and what’s not)
- Why having a recovery plan is important not only for the disaster but also what happens after we “return to normal”
Get answers to payroll teams’ most pressing questions, including:
- Which critical payroll tasks need to be addressed in my plan?
- How do we evaluate which tasks take priority?
- What should my plan include to reduce risks and remain compliant?
- How do I delegate responsibilities to ensure critical tasks get done?
- How do I keep my plan agile and up-to-date?
- When do we “end” the plan – and return to business as usual?
- Can we measure the efficiency of our approach (and improve if needed)?
About the Speaker
Dayna Reum ,CPP, FPC is the Director of Payroll Operations at a major medical center in Chicago, and has been heavily involved in the payroll field over 17 years.
Starting as a payroll clerk at a small Tucson company, Dayna moved on to be a Payroll Team Leader at Honeywell Inc. During Dayna’s time at Honeywell she obtained her FPC (Fundamental Payroll Certification) through the American Payroll Association. She also received several merit awards for Customer Service and Acquisitions and Divestitures.
Dayna is no stranger to teaching she has taught at the Metro Phoenix American Payroll Association meetings and at the Arizona State Payroll Conference. Topics including Payroll Basics, Global/Cultural Awareness, Immigration Basics for the Payroll Professional, Multi-State and Local Taxation and Quality Control for Payroll, International and Canadian payroll.
Dayna has her CPP (Certified Payroll Professional) through the APA. She also serves on the National American Payroll Association on the National Strategic Leadership Task Force, Government Affairs Task
This workshop will give you the tools to develop a solid disaster and continuity plan to ensure employees always get paid timely in the short term and for long-term situations like we are experiencing today.
After attending this workshop, you’ll be ready when an emergency arises
If you'd like this program customized for your organization, call us at 1-800-964-6033. We're certain we can fulfill your training needs, while making it fit in your budget!
This program has been approved for 1 (HR (General)) recertification credit hour toward aPHRTM, aPHRiTM, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRiTM and SPHRiTM recertification through the HR Certification Institute. Learn more at hrci.org