Canadian Payroll Conference 2017

Start generating momentum even before Conference starts.

  • Welcome to Niagara Falls

    Welcome to Niagara Falls

    Here's a guide to help you make the most of your conference experience and time in Niagara Falls.

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  • Tanya Addison - People Management Superhero

    Tanya Addison - People Management Superhero

    Meet Tanya Addison, Payroll Officer at the City of Brandon. Learn how this superhero's payroll knowledge, ninja qualities and problem solving skills have led to increased engagement among employees.

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  • Canada Savings Bonds Program... To Be Discontinued

    Canada Savings Bonds Program... To Be Discontinued

    Effective November 2017, the Canada Savings Bonds program will be discontinued. Here's a breakdown for Canadian Payroll Professionals as to how this will impact employees and employers.

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  • Thursday Session: Peer-to-Peer Best Practice Panel

    Thursday Session: Peer-to-Peer Best Practice Panel

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  • Canadian Payroll Best Practices

    Canadian Payroll Best Practices

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  • Thursday Session: Employee Terminations and Payroll Implications

    Thursday Session: Employee Terminations and Payroll Implications

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  • Employee Termination FAQ for Payroll, HR, and Managers

    Employee Termination FAQ for Payroll, HR, and Managers

    We hosted a webinar on Employee Termination Best Practices. We received some excellent questions before and after the webinar, and here they are for your reference.

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  • Employee Termination Best Practices59:31

    Employee Termination Best Practices

    Brian Kreissl and Annie Chong of Carswell, a Thomson Reuters Company share what HR, Payroll, and managers need to know when it comes to employee terminations in Canada.

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  • Thursday Session: Follow the Money - Find the Fraud

    Thursday Session: Follow the Money - Find the Fraud

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  • Thursday Session: Getting Ready for a Payroll Audit

    Thursday Session: Getting Ready for a Payroll Audit

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  • Friday Session: Salary Overpayments and Correcting Payroll Errors

    Friday Session: Salary Overpayments and Correcting Payroll Errors

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  • Friday Session: Payroll Accounting

    Friday Session: Payroll Accounting

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  • What Accountants Should Know About Payroll

    What Accountants Should Know About Payroll

    With Payroll being a significant, and often the largest, operating expense for an organization it is important to have a solution that provides the greatest return on your technology investment.

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  • Friday Session: The Emotionally Intelligent Payroll Professional

    Friday Session: The Emotionally Intelligent Payroll Professional

    In today's work environment, you need every advantage possible. Attending this seminar will give you insights to enhance your performance, career and relationships.

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  • Mark Betcher - People Management Superhero

    Mark Betcher - People Management Superhero

    Meet Mark Betcher, Manager of Payroll Services for the University of Winnipeg and an active volunteer with the Canadian Payroll Association. Mark began his payroll career over 20 years ago.

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  • Building the Employee Experience

    Building the Employee Experience

    The HRIS and Payroll technology part of the employee experience can play a big role in creating a workplace that your people enjoy and want to share with others.

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  • Payroll and IT: Best Practice Partners

    Payroll and IT: Best Practice Partners

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  • 2017 Canadian Payroll Deductions: Quick Reference Guide

    2017 Canadian Payroll Deductions: Quick Reference Guide

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  • The Anatomy of a T4 Tax Slip

    The Anatomy of a T4 Tax Slip

    We break down each box on your T4 Tax Slip and the most recent tax year's deductions and amounts. In English and French!

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