In today's anywhere workplace – a closet, your home office, corporate headquarters, or somewhere in between – payroll managers are faced with a host of new challenges. This comes amid vaccine rollouts, shifting business initiatives, relocating employees, and budget uncertainties. Those at the top also carry the responsibility of maintaining staff morale, retaining key performers, and being prepared when career moves happen.
Learn from your peers in payroll as well as a top staffing executive how companies are hiring, onboarding, and offboarding whether remotely or in the workplace, and how workloads and priorities are changing, while staying flexible. The panelists will also discuss current expectations from payroll teams, including competitive compensation and emerging labor models.
Senior Executive Director, Robert Half
Michael Steinitz oversees finance and accounting talent and recruiting solutions. He is considered a national expert on talent solutions, commenting on recruiting practices, hiring trends, and other workplace issues. He has also presented at APA’s Annual Congress.
Susan Baptista, CPP
VP, Director of Payroll & HRIS
With advertising agencies across the United States and globally, Sue supports 4,000+ employees in 30+ legal entities. An active APA member since 1994, she received her CPP designation in 2001. Locally Sue has served on the New England Payroll Conference committee and is a member of the Greater Boston Chapter of the APA, serving various roles such as Chapter Coordinator, President, and Treasurer.
Luanne Brown, CPP
Director of Payroll
Grand Valley State University
Through the course of her 25-year career in payroll, Luanne has worked in diverse industries including sports, manufacturing, advertising, and higher education. She holds a Masters’ Degree in Public Administration and obtained her CPP certification in 2004. Over the years she has been active in the West Michigan Chapter of the APA and has held many of the offices including several terms as President.
Earn 1.0 Recertification Credit Hours (RCHs), 0.10 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), or 1.0 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits when attending this webinar. No advanced preparation or prerequisites required, Program Level: Overview; Delivery Method: Group Internet Based; Field of Study: Personnel/Human Resources