Madison, WI (PRWEB) August 4, 2006
The Payroll Company, a Wisconsin-based leading provider of payroll services, today announced two upcoming seminars on employment law and recent developments. These full-day sessions—August 18 and August 25—will help small business owners, human resource practitioners, managers, and supervisors avoid legal difficulties with the most pressing issues in human resource management.
Human Resources Group, Inc., a strategic partner with The Payroll Company, will provide information on important case law and legislative developments, including EEO-1 reporting requirements, new I-9 form and procedures, adoption of USERRA rules, and new EEOC guidelines. They will also cover best practices in human resources, computer usage issues, security/privacy concerns, record-keeping, policy updates on dress and grooming, fiduciary responsibilities for retirement plans, and Wisconsin Unemployment Compensation. The highly skilled facilitators have over forty years of senior level Human Resources experience.
“With so many employment law changes in the recent past, we felt it important to help small business owners and HR practitioners get this updated information quickly,” said Eric Schroeder, CEO of The Payroll Company. “This saves those who attend hours of research, and may help them avoid legal issues related to employment practices.”
The sessions run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and are being held at the Quality Inn and Suites in Fitchburg, Wisconsin. Both sessions will cover the same topics. The cost for one session is $329, with continental breakfast and lunch included. To register, call 608.268.2930 or go to http://www.payrollcompany.biz/sitepages/pid751.php.
About The Payroll Company
Payroll Company, Inc., is a leading provider of payroll and human resource solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses. The company offers comprehensive payroll services, including payroll processing, payroll tax administration, and employee pay services such as direct deposit, check signing, and paperless payroll. Human resource and benefit services include 401K plan record-keeping, workers’ compensation administration, section 125 plans, and other administrative services for business. The Payroll Company was founded in 1998. With headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin, the company services businesses nationwide. For more information, visit http://www.payrollcompany.biz.
Contact: Chris Murphy
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