Managing Payroll Operations Across the Globe
14 St Stephen's Green
Explore how people, processes, and technology interconnect as you lead a global payroll operation delivering timely payments and ensuring taxation and other compliance requirements are met. The Managing Payroll Operations Across the Globe certificate program will take a deep dive into your company's payroll delivery model, the role of the governance committee, vendor management, data privacy, and providing sustainable business processes.
In-depth discussions around critical elements such as understanding different cultures, diversity and inclusion, and talent development will take place to ensure you can build a team to meet current and future needs for your organization. This two-day certificate program will give you- the payroll leader-the tools and skills to establish business partnerships to be viewed as a dynamic, strategic leader.
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Course Outline | Speakers
- Provide solid business strategies to lead a world-class payroll operation
- Discuss the importance of culture, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and leading remote global teams
- Discuss the tools needed to create a robust compliance and control model
- Identify continuous process improvements, business strategies, and how to best manage vendor relationships
Who Should Attend
Payroll professionals managing payroll operations in one country or 20 or more countries.
Courses run from 9:00am – 5:00pm - mid-morning/afternoon breaks and lunch will be provided each day.
Also included on Thursday is an exciting Tapas walking tour of beautiful Dublin Centre to explore Irish culture and provide a networking opportunity.
Earn 12 Recertification Credit Hours (RCHs), 1.2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), or 14 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits when attending this course. Field of Study: Business Management and Organization
Please read our policies for registration, transfer, substitution, cancellation, and refunds.
Attendees are responsible for their own travel arrangements to and from the seminar.
Nearby hotels include The Clayton and O’Callaghan Stephens Green Hotel. Other hotels within walking distance of the venue can be found here.
Room reservations and hotel arrangements are the sole responsibility of the individual. GPMI is not responsible for any issues related to reservations that the individual makes directly with the hotel.