Join Paycor's HR & Compliance Webinar Summit on March 10
Join Paycor's HR & Compliance Webinar Summit on March 10

Join Paycor's HR & Compliance Webinar Summit on March 10

Paycor is gathering top HR industry experts on March 10, 2016 for the Spring HR and Compliance Web Summit, a free all-day online conference to share best practices and tips for managing employees. Don’t miss your opportunity to gain new insights and strategies.

Register below to learn from industry experts as they share their knowledge on several great topics, including:

The Affordable Care Act in 2016 and the Changing Benefit Landscape

9-10 a.m. ET
Presented by Anne Marie Singleton, Director of Business Development, McGohan Brabender

Webinar description: Anne Marie will discuss the numerous changes to the ACA at the end of 2015 such as extended deadlines for reporting, ACA plan affordability, setting COBRA rates for section 125 as well as explaining how the ACA has changed the overall benefit landscape and what other changes to expect moving forward into 2016.

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4 Steps for Effective Change Management in HR

10:15-11:15 a.m. ET
Presented by Stacey Browning, Executive Vice President, Paycor

Webinar description: Stacey Browning will consider new ways to approach the challenges of change management as it relates to HR and payroll. Stacey will share actionable insights as well as real-life examples of what works when it comes time to make some changes. In addition, she will help attendees learn to expect the unexpected and react accordingly throughout the change management process to ensure success.

HR and payroll professionals interested in learning how to improve change management practices at their organization are encouraged to attend this engaging session.

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Wage and Hour Law: Preparing for the Department of Labor Overtime Changes

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. ET
Presented by Katharine Weber, Partner, Jackson Lewis LLC

Webinar description: The DOL's proposed overtime changes will potentially affect 65% of businesses and over 5 million employees. In this webinar, wage and hour expert Katharine Weber of Jackson Lewis will discuss the proposed rule and how you will be affected. This webinar will cover:

* The proposed new rule
* Its impact on employers
* What will happen next in the process

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Your Guide to Finding Top Talent: The State of Recruiting \#nowmobile

1-2 p.m. ET
Presented by Joel Passen, Head of Sales and Marketing, Newton

Webinar description: Labor costs make up most organizations' highest expenses, which means hiring and keeping top talent is a crucial investment. However, the process of recruiting top talent is changing. Newton recruiting expert Joel Passen will offer practical tips for sourcing the best candidates while adapting to the now mobile recruiting and hiring landscape.

* Gain new strategies for attracting talent to your organization
* Recognize how to develop a process for effective recruiting
* Discover what motivates employees to remain at an organization

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Strategies and Trends for Background Checks in 2016 That Will Impact You

2:15-3:15 p.m. ET
Presented by Les Rosen and Dawn Standerwick, Employment Screening Resources

Webinar description: Criminal background checks are an essential part of any pre-employment screening in order to hire the best and minimize negligent hiring liability. However, there has been a seismic shift in the rules surrounding the use of criminal records. New litigation and governmental regulation has completely reshaped the landscape. Companies that have not adjusted their policies risk lawsuits, including expensive class actions. Creating a compliant use policy is a necessity for any company that performs criminal background checks. Join us as Lester Rosen and Dawn Standerwick of Employment Screening Resources dive deeper into the watch-outs associated with criminal background checks, including EEOC Guidance with real-world examples on what employers should do now to remain in compliance while performing criminal background checks and the rapidly spreading “Ban the Box” civil rights movement.

This webinar will introduce employers, hiring managers, Human Resources professionals, staffing professionals and anyone else involved in hiring to the new reality of using criminal records in hiring.

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Key Strategies for Effective Performance Coaching

3:30-4:30 p.m. ET
Presented by Kerry Lear, Director of HR Content, HR AnswerLink

Webinar description: Performance reviews have long been a source of frustration for both employees and managers. Yet we still conduct them. Why? Because we know performance management is critical to business. The problem however is that for many years we viewed performance reviews as the only way to manage and improve performance. Thankfully times are changing. Join Kerry Lear, HR and talent management expert, as she discusses key strategies beyond traditional performance reviews that can you your organization effectively coach your employees to their potential.

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More to Discover

2019 Compliance Changes

2019 Compliance Changes

It’s critical that you’re aware of all the tax changes that could affect your organization in 2019. This session will include frequently asked questions, an overview of federal and state withholding updates and trends we are seeing in areas of Tax and ACA compliance. Speakers: Arlene Baker and James Schwantes Arlene Baker is a Senior Compliance Analyst with over 40 years of payroll and tax experience. She’s a member of the National Payroll Reporting Consortium focusing on IRS compliance, and she’s been a member of the national and local APA for 25 years. In 2003, Arlene was awarded the Ohio Payroll Professional of the Year award. James Schwantes is a Compliance Analyst with a legal and tax background. Prior to working at Paycor in the...

Proposed Department of Labor Rule to Update Regular Rate Requirements

Proposed Department of Labor Rule to Update Regular Rate Requirements

In late March, the Department of Labor (DOL) announced a proposed rule to clarify and update the regulations governing the regular rate requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Unless exempt, an employee’s regular rate of pay is used to determine how much he or she should be paid for working overtime. The FLSA generally requires overtime pay of at least 1.5 times the regular rate for hours worked past 40 hours per week. The proposed rule details what forms of payment employers can exclude when determining an employee’s regular rate of pay. The cost of the following items would no longer apply: Tuition programs Discretionary bonuses Payment for unused paid leave Wellness programs, fitness classes, gym access, onsite...

FLSA Law Update

FLSA Law Update

What new cases and issues are arising regarding FLSA? We’ll discuss the change from a narrow interpretation to a fair interpretation of exemptions by the U.S. Supreme Court and what other courts and the DOL think of it. We’ll also discuss the recently reintroduced opinion letters and the possible increase in the salary level threshold. Speaker: Brian Dershaw BRIAN G. DERSHAW is a partner in Taft Stettinius & Hollister’s Labor & Employment practice group. Brian has broad experience serving as counsel for companies of all sizes. He has appeared in state and federal trial and appellate courts in discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful discharge, non-compete, trade secret and contract litigation. Brian works closely with...

Understanding FMLA Regulations

Understanding FMLA Regulations

What is the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA?) The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal law that allows eligible employees to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave in any given 12-month period for certain medical and family reasons without fear of losing their job. Signed into law in 1993, the FMLA is designed to help employees balance their work and family responsibilities while promoting equal employment opportunity for men and women. Who is Eligible for FMLA? An employee is eligible for FMLA leave if he or she has worked for a covered employer at least 12 months, completed at least 1,250 hours of work during the past 12 months and worked at a location within 75 miles of where the company employs 50 or more people. Keep in...