Payroll Network Offers Seminar for Nonprofits on Time-Keeping Best Practices

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Payroll Network seminar provides overview, insight & advice for nonprofits on employee time-keeping at the Center for Nonprofit Advancement

Payroll Network, Inc. (http://www.payrollnetwork.com), the largest independently-owned payroll management company that provides payroll processing services to companies in Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland, is conducting a seminar for nonprofit professionals on organizational time-keeping to provide essential information and tips for managing and tracking employee hours. The goal of the seminar is to help businesses improve the accuracy and efficiency of their processes and meet today’s increasing reporting requirements. The Best Practices in Organizational Time-Keeping seminar will be held on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Center for Nonprofit Advancement located 1666 K Street, NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC.

“Payroll management can be a very complex and time-consuming process for organizations as they are faced with increasing reporting needs and requirements, along with the ongoing changes that affect payroll,” said Charlie Wolf II, president and chief executive officer for Payroll Network. “Our goal is to help nonprofits gain a better understanding of the employee payroll process and the resources and time-saving techniques they can employ to ensure efficiency and accuracy for their organization.”

The seminar will be presented by Nicholas Holcomb, vice president of technology for Payroll Network, and Anna M. Hofmeister, CPA, partner at Tate & Tryon. The duo will provide an overview of the time-keeping process that includes best practices and information on how to document employee payroll expenses by different categories such as grant-allocation, paid-time off, department and employee. They will also discuss time-saving techniques on eliminating redundant data entry and an overview of reports needed for internal and external purposes, including audits.

The Best Practices in Organizational Time-Keeping course is being offered as part of the Center for Nonprofit Advancement’s Learning and Leadership Institute, which provides programs and resources to nonprofits to advance their organization’s mission and individuals’ professional development. Payroll Network has extensive knowledge and experience with payroll management for nonprofit organizations, with approximately 30 percent of their clients in the nonprofit sector.

The registration fee for the Best Practices in Organizational Time-Keeping seminar is $49 for Center for Nonprofit Advancement members and $89 for nonmembers. For additional information and to register for the seminar, go to http://www.payrollnetwork.com/news/payroll-network-presents-best-practices-nonprofit-organizational-time-keeping.

Payroll Network

Payroll Network is a leading independently-owned payroll management company that provides payroll processing and HR services to companies in Washington, DC, Virginia and Maryland. Established in 1998, Payroll Network is the trusted, local provider of integrated payroll services offering professional, responsive and personalized service along with customized solutions. For more information, visit http://www.payrollnetwork.com.

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