CRA Digital Services Update (FULL)

This webinar will be archived. Registration for the archived will be complimentary to members and CPE hours can still be claimed.

Date: Friday, February 23, 2018

During this presentation, participants will learn about the Canada Revenue Agency’s newly launched digital services and upcoming services available to representatives, business owners as well as individuals and benefit recipients.

Vacations - Assessing Your Policies and Procedures

Date: Thursday, March 15, 2018

One of the biggest anxieties for a payroll practitioner, next to balancing year-end, is dealing with vacations. Payroll departments can be challenged by issues around the administration of an effective vacation policy. Join the CPA for this popular and informative webinar that will explore the legislative aspects of vacation and how it relates to the administration of an organization’s vacation policy.

Effectively Handling Difficult Conversations

Date: Thursday, May 31, 2018

Effectively Handling Difficult Conversations will help you maximize the performance of staff, co-workers and colleagues, both individually and as a team, by raising participants’ awareness of the different communication styles and tools required for different conversations.

Correcting Payroll Errors and Repayment of Salary or Wages (Archived)

Archived: available until March 22, 2018

Most payroll practitioners have at one time or another had to deal with a payroll error or have been tasked with recovering a repayment of salary or wages. This informative webinar will assist you and your organization in implementing payroll best practices regarding the administrative requirements under the most common situations employers encounter.

Two-Part Webinar Series: Part 1 - Resumes That Get You the Interview (Archived)

Archived: available until April 19, 2018

Are you a student looking for payroll experience? Or, are you a current practitioner looking for your payroll dream job? In this competitive hiring environment, give yourself an advantage by fine-tuning your resume-building and interviewing skills with this exciting two-part webinar series!

Two-Part Webinar Series: Part 2 - Interviews are About Telling Not Selling (Archived)

Archived: available until April 21, 2018

Are you a student looking for payroll experience? Or, are you a current practitioner looking for your payroll dream job? In this competitive hiring environment, give yourself an advantage by fine-tuning your resume-building and interviewing skills with this exciting two-part webinar series!

Employee Benefits: Analyzing Funding and Risk Model (Archived)

Archived: available until May 26, 2018

Have you ever wondered how insurers calculate your employee benefits premium? Does it seem like a mystery to you as a buyer of group benefits on behalf of your employer? What are TLRs, IBNRs, Trends and Risk Fees?

Effectively Managing a Unionized Environment (Archived)

Archived: available until June 22, 2018

Labour relations has become an increasingly complex area and gaining a greater understanding of this topic will benefit participants who work in a unionized environment and/or interact with unionized employees as part of their business.

Taking Stock of Your Options (Archived)

Archived: available until August 23, 2018

Stocks and security options are commonly perceived to be among the most difficult and challenging taxable benefits to assess and understand.

How Payroll Income Tax Works (Archived)

Archived: available until September 20, 2018

Payroll professionals in Canada are collectively responsible for remitting $313 billion in statutory remittances to federal and provincial governments annually. While many of us rely on payroll software that has been programmed to calculate these amounts, as professionals we need to be able to provide oversight on these remittances. What's more, we need to be prepared when employees have questions about their payroll deductions.

Human Rights and the Duty to Accommodate (Archived)

Archived: available until September 28, 2018

Employers in Canada have a mandatory legal obligation to ensure their work environment is free from any form of discrimination. All reasonable steps must be taken by the employer to ensure the organization's legal obligation is met. This webinar will examine the nature and purpose of human rights in the workplace. There will also be a review of the different types of discrimination in the workplace and the general principles governing the concept of "Duty to Accommodate." Through this webinar, you will learn how to manage discrimination or harassment-related complaints and how to better protect your organization against potential claims.

Workforce Skills Development and Recognition Fund (WSDRF)

Archived. available until: January 17, 2019

Did you know: If you are a Quebec employer and your total payroll is over $2 million, you will need to invest a minimum of 1% of your total payroll as eligible training expenditures as your contribution towards the Workforce Skills Development and Recognition Fund (WSDRF)? Join the CPA for our webinar series lineup at your fingertips – just in time for Year-end.

Payroll Compliance For Frequent Business Travellers (Archived)

Archived: available until October 19, 2018

This webinar will explore what employers need to know with respect to their mobile employees and how to comply with Canada Revenue Agency rules and changes that may impact your expat/impat employees.

Dispelling the Myths on Conditions of Employment (Forms T2200/TP-64.3)

Archived: available until January 31, 2019

It's that time of year again, when employees may ask their employer to complete a T2200 and/or a TP-64.3 form. As a condition of employment, an employee may be required pay their own expenses while conducting business for their employer. In order to claim deductions for those expenses on their personal tax return the employee requires verification from their employer that this condition of employment exists.

Ontario Statutory Holiday Legislative Changes - Are you compliant?

Archived: available until February 2, 2019

Payroll practitioners have a huge responsibility to transform legislation into organizational policy. This can be a challenge given that employment and labour standards legislation and regulations are multifaceted and constantly changing. This webinar will cover the significant legislative changes for Ontario. The following issues will be examined: statutory holiday observance; employee entitlement; statutory holiday pay requirements for eligible employees; overtime calculation in weeks where there is a statutory holiday, and much more.