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The Path to Global Payroll – The Why and the How Featuring case studies from Bank of America® and Mastercard®

Last fall ADP and Jeitosa Group International co-hosted a webcast entitled “Driving Globally Strategic Payroll” that presented nine practices that are consistent among high performing organizations. Based on your feedback, Steve Hardy, Vice President of Corporate Marketing at ADP and Karen Beaman, a widely recognized global HR industry leader and chief researcher for Jeitosa will continue this global payroll dialogue on the importance of balancing innovation and efficiency.

To help bring the research to life, Terri Peeters of Bank of America and Nicole Radil with MasterCard will share real-world experience, best practices and lessons learned on their journey towards global human capital management.

Date: May 7 2014
Time: 09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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Karen Beaman
Jeitosa Group International

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Steve Hardy
ADP, Inc.

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ADP, Inc.
 
Standalone Webcast
The Path to Global Payroll – The Why and the How Featuring case studies from Bank of America® and Mastercard®

Last fall ADP and Jeitosa Group International co-hosted a webcast entitled “Driving Globally Strategic Payroll” that presented nine practices that are consistent among high performing organizations. Based on your feedback, Steve Hardy, Vice President of Corporate Marketing at ADP and Karen Beaman, a widely recognized global HR industry leader and chief researcher for Jeitosa will continue this global payroll dialogue on the importance of balancing innovation and efficiency.

To help bring the research to life, Terri Peeters of Bank of America and Nicole Radil with MasterCard will share real-world experience, best practices and lessons learned on their journey towards global human capital management.

Date: May 7 2014
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Karen Beaman
Jeitosa Group International

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Steve Hardy
ADP, Inc.

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ADP, Inc.
 
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Employers, “We’re not in Kansas anymore”…With the emergence and rapid growth of social media, employers are being forced to balance nearly unlimited business possibilities with serious new risks and vulnerabilities. This seminar will review how far employers can go to legally restrict employees’ social media activities today and where the law will be headed in the near future. We will take a peek “behind the curtain” into issues such as employee privacy rights, employee protected social media activities, and the lawfulness of employers’ social media policies and rules. As employee use of personal technology in the workplace becomes as commonplace as posting on Facebook while at work, we will also discuss the “Bring Your Own Device” (or “BYOD”) movement. Although there may be many benefits to the BYOD trend, there is also a “tornado” of concerns for employers to consider which we will touch upon during this seminar.
Date: May 14 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Patricia Krewson
Jackson Lewis P.C.

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Jackson Lewis LLP
 
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Employers wishing to verify that their employees are healthy and fit for work, are likely to need some help navigating the ADA. In this webinar, Tyler will help HR professionals understand the ADA’s restrictions on an employer’s ability to make a disability related inquiry or require employees to submit to a medical examination, and provide them with the tools they need to avoid legal problems when working with this tricky law. He will outline a set of criteria that employers can apply to determine if a medical inquiry or test is legal under the ADA, and will explore related questions employers face using examples, case law, and guidance from the EEOC.
Date: May 14 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Tyler Volm
Barran Liebman LLP

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Barran Liebman LLP
 
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Do you know what a strong Fatigue Management Strategy (FMS) looks like? If you answered happier employees, you would be wrong. Quick level set: what is Fatigue Management? In the simplest terms, Fatigue Management is a collection of policies and practices designed to prevent employee fatigue caused by working too much. This webinar is going to set the stage by defining what a Fatigue Management Strategy looks like, why there is a need and more importantly, we’ll discuss how you can implement a Fatigue Management Strategy. Approaching Fatigue Management strategically empowers a hospital to improve nurse safety and ability to deliver superior patient care.
Date: May 14 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Chris Flanders
Axsium Group Inc

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Axsium Group Inc
 
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The employer mandate final regulations were released on February 10th and there were some significant changes that employers need to be aware of right now. The remainder of 2014 is the planning year and the decisions you make now with your workforce will have a financial impact on your health plan next year. We are going to help clarify and define the rules surrounding the “pay or play” requirements whereby employers will pay penalties if they don’t offer coverage, or coverage that meets the minimum requirements in 2015.

This presentation will address the following key components to help employers prepare now: 1. Who is subject to the employer mandate in 2015? Hint: This was changed from the previous requirements and is revised with the February 10th update. Employers over 100 full-time equivalent employees needs to pay particular attention.

2. How do you measure your variable hour employees to determine if they are required to be offered coverage to avoid penalties in 2015?

3. What are the varying testing and measurement options to follow this year under the special transition rules?

4. What implications are there for contingent workers, meaning temporary employees or independent contractors?

5. How do I avoid any litigation pitfalls inherent with PPACA implementation?

6. What is my checklist and next steps to ensure my company is compliant with the requirements?

Date: May 14 2014
Time: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
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Tiffany Finnegan
Cloud Business Advisors

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Cloud Business Advisors
 
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Benefit plans are subject to a seemingly never-ending procession of compliance requirements, and even minor problems can lead to significant consequences for employers, fiduciaries, and participants. Fortunately, there are a number of ways you can deploy plan documents and summary plan descriptions to minimize the likelihood of problems, and when Murphy’s law inevitably rears its head, the IRS and DOL offer a number of correction programs that can be used to cure the most common benefit plan ailments. In this session, you will learn practical plan drafting techniques to help you avoid compliance problems along with the (relatively) painless ways that common problems can be corrected under IRS and DOL guidance.
Date: May 15 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Jason Rothman
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

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Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
 
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While laws concerning social media are just beginning to emerge, most of the applicable legal landscape is speculative. As a result, most employers sure of their legal responsibilities or how the legal situation surrounding social networking interacts with other laws. More importantly, most employers do not know what their employees are doing in the social media sphere until it becomes a problem. This situation of uncertainty has resulted in countless lawsuits ranging from wrongful termination to discrimination and beyond. The purpose of this presentation is to identify key issues and pose strategic questions to help guide managers to make more informed decisions when navigating social media issues within their organizations. Thereby helping employers to understand and mitigate the legal risk associated with social media in the workplace. We also will discuss important legislation, administrative enforcement actions, and cases impacting and shaping the legal landscape of social media in the work place. Additionally, we will specific considerations in developing a social media policy.
Date: May 15 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Mark Addington
Addington Law

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Addington Law
 
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Join us for a practical introduction to the various federal, state and local US labor and employment laws (Title VII, Equal Pay Act, ADA, ADEA, Civil Rights Act of 1991) that influence day-to-day activities in the workplace. Included is a discussion of employment discrimination based upon age, disability, gender, race, religion and other categories; sexual harassment (quid pro quo and hostile work environment); retaliation; at-will employment; contractual employment relationships; elements of the various statutory claims (defining protected classes, burden shifting, adverse employment actions and defenses and EEOC charges); employee handbooks; in-house training sessions for managers and/or employees as to compliance issues; designation of EEO compliance officers; complaint procedures; and investigation/remediation procedures.
Date: May 15 2014
Time: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
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Richard B. Cohen
Fox Rothschild Llp

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Fox Rothschild Llp
 
Standalone Webcast
Are you prepared for the ACA in 2014?

It’s what you do in 2014 that will determine the Affordable Care Act (ACA) penalties that your organization could face in 2015. In fact, you should already have the systems in place to manage the legislation, handle IRS reporting, and calculate “look-back” periods for each employee.

However, with variable-hour and part-time employees, tasks like determining eligibility and collecting information for IRS reports can be perplexing.

If you’re like most, this leaves you with concerns and questions around which hours actually count towards eligibility, how you’ll manage overlapping look-back periods, and the impact or potential risks you could face.

Join ACA experts Kristin Lewis of Equifax Workforce Solutions and Tom Dowling of Stinson Leonard Street for a complete playbook to calculating look-back periods, reporting to the IRS, and managing the legislation in accordance with ACA regulations.

Date: May 20 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Kristin Lewis
Equifax Workforce Solutions ( formerly TALX )

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Tom Dowling
Stinson Leonard Street LLP

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Equifax Workforce Solutions ( formerly TALX )
 
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