Education & Certification


Payroll Law Series

Payroll Law Series

This new Payroll Law Series, sponsored by Tucker Ellis LLP, is a group of four 90-minute Virtual classroom sessions to enhance your payroll knowledge and professional skills.

Purchase price also includes the On Demand session, when available.

Please note: Sessions are offered as a series and are not available for individual purchase. On Demand sessions are only available to purchasers of the live series.

All attendees will be entitled to a discount of 10% off of Tucker Ellis LLP’s legal services.

2023 Pricing


2022 Session Topics

Payroll Law in 2022 and Beyond: New Laws and Regulations on the Horizon
Session 1: April 1

It's another year, another year of COVID-19, and another year of wrangling in Washington and in-state legislatures all around the country. In this seminar, attendees will learn about new (and potential) laws and regulations that may impact payroll administration in the future. This seminar will help payroll professionals:

  • Understand existing payroll laws and regulations
  • Learn what new payroll laws and regulations are currently being considered
  • by Congress and different states
  • Prepare for any new requirements, and how to find out when changes are implemented
Speaker: Daniel Messeloff, Esq.

Best Practices for Navigating the New Hybrid Workforce
Session 2: April 8

Many companies have adopted a hybrid workforce, with some employees reporting to the office and other employees working remotely. It is likely that this structure will be in effect for the foreseeable future, and many companies have already adopted it indefinitely. Payroll professionals must therefore adjust from a temporary situation to a more permanent one. This seminar will help payroll professionals:
  • Understand the legal challenges of managing payroll for a hybrid workforce
  • Recognize how payroll obligations and requirements may change as a result
  • of some employees working remotely
  • Learn best practices for how to manage both employees who work in a
  • workplace and those who work remotely
Speaker: Melissa Kelly, Esq.

Top 5 Most Common Wage and Hour Mistakes and How to Fix Them
Session 3: April 22

The explosion in class and collective action lawsuits in recent years has made wage and hour law the single largest source of employment law liability for many businesses. Learn how to avoid the most common (and costly) wage and hour law mistakes. This seminar will help payroll professionals:
  • Learn the most common payroll-related mistakes that companies make
  • Determine how to fix these mistakes if you've made one of them
  • Properly communicate to employees that a mistake has been made
Speaker: Christine Snyder, Esq.

Employee Misclassification: Determining If an Employee Is Truly Exempt
Session 4: April 29

Just because a supervisor wants to pay an employee a salary and classify them as being exempt from overtime compensation doesn't mean it's lawful. A mistake - or "misclassification" - can result in millions of dollars in liability. This seminar will help payroll professionals:
  • Learn the requirements of the most common salaried positions under the law
  • Develop a protocol to determine which employees should be salaried (exempt)
  • and which should be hourly (nonexempt)
  • Resolve and correct any exempt status misclassifications that may have been made
Speaker: Daniel Messeloff, Esq.

Delivery Option

Virtual Classroom

Credit Information

Earn up to 6.0 Recertification Credit Hours (RCHs), 0.60 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), or 6.0 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits. Delivery Method: Group Internet Based. Program Level: Overview. No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. Field of Study: Business Law

Event Policies

Please read our policies regarding registration, transfers, substitutions, cancellations, refunds, travel arrangements, and consent to use your photograph and contact information.

Please be sure to verify your session before purchasing.
A $55 administrative fee will be assessed for each transfer/substitution.