Payroll Law Workshop

7 Recertification Credit Hours
7 PDCs

Learn how to mitigate risk and avoid costing your company big
dollars and fines.
Taught by former HR Executives & HR Law Professionals


Think about these examples:


The Administrative ssistant who has jury duty

employee during her absence. Should your company pay Linda her regular salary
even though she received some compensation from the government? Or, do you just pay the difference between her salary and her jury duty pay?

The employee who works unauthorized overtime

You’re not sure why, but Jennifer, an hourly employee, consistently ends the pay period owed multiple hours of costly overtime. Her manager doesn’t want to pay for this added cost since it wasn’t authorized ahead of time. What are your company’s legal responsibilities?

The employee being terminated

Mark is just looking to sue your company. One error on his termination and he could run to the labor board and his attorney — and you’ll lose credibility or maybe worse. How do you handle his vacation, sick leave and other benefits? What if he owes the
company money?

Limited class size for Maximum Learning. We limit each class size to a small group, and because of this, our classes fill up fast. Please book as far in advance as possible


Registration: $599.00

To Register call 336-739-3106 or visit

We offer onsite Payroll Law Training to your group, team, or an entire department.
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Upcoming Dates

Payroll Law Workshop

August 18, 2020

Live Virtual Classroom SOLD OUT


October 29, 2020

Live Virtual Classroom


Course Agenda:

Included: Payroll 101, Payroll 201, Payroll 301

Payroll 101:

• Why payroll administration is just not about dollars and cents
• Improperly classifying your employees and the high cost for the mistake
• Questionable employee tax practices
• The top questions auditors & investigators will always ask and why
• How to reduce penalties and fines
• What to do if you get an FLSA complaint
• Five internal audits that are not about the numbers
• Exempt v/s nonexempt and what is the difference
• Tests to help determine overtime exemptions
• Types of exemptions: Executive, Professional, Administrative, Sales and Computer Professionals
• Understanding the overtime-exempt payment rules

Payroll 201:

• Creating a worker classification process
• W9 Compliance
• What is backup withholding and when should you use it
• 1099-Misc
• Auditing your W4 process
• E-Verify and New Hire Reporting
• I-9
• Recognizing compensable time
• Paid and unpaid leave policies that payroll should understand
• Adjusting and rounding the timeclock
• Overtime Options and requirements
• Correcting wage hour violations
• Military Pay and payroll overlapping
• What you are required to pay an employee at dismissal

Payroll 301:

• When and how-to tax fringe benefits
• Garnishments and how to deal with multiples
• Legal ramifications of paycheck advances
• Compensation, fair market value, and the law
• Gifts that must be reported to the IRS
• Withholding and reporting rules for cash fringe benefifits v/s non cash fringe benefits

Jacob Darr Associates is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. This program is valid for 7 PDCs for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit”