This September 1-5, join workers across America as they celebrate an entire week dedicated to payroll professionals—National Payroll Week®.
Share Your Opinion and You Could Head to Vegas!
Let us know your opinion on important payroll topics for two chances to win a free paycheck and a trip for two to Las Vegas! Take the “Getting Paid In America” survey at www.nationalpayrollweek.com and you’ll be automatically entered to win the grand prize. The survey takes less than five minutes to complete. Everyone who completes the survey is automatically entered into the grand prize drawing. Encourage your friends, family and colleagues to complete the survey for their chance to win, as well!
Support Payroll Professionals
Earn your company free publicity by signing up as an NPW Supporter! Encourage your company to join past supporters such as T-Mobile, AT&T, General Mills, Turner Enterprises, Shell Oil, and many more. Signing up as an NPW Supporter is free—your company simply needs to recognize its payroll professionals and spread the NPW message. Visit www.nationalpayrollweek.com for more information and to fill out the commitment form for your company.
Educate Our Next Generation of Workers
Want to make a difference in the lives of the next generation of America’s workers? The APA is actively seeking volunteers to teach payroll basics to teens in communities across the nation. On Sept. 4, volunteers across the country will unite to teach teens about their paychecks, electronic payment methods such as direct deposit and paycards, and the payroll withholding system. Volunteer or get more information at www.nationalpayrollweek.com. All volunteers receive a detailed lesson plan and PowerPoint presentation, recognition from APA, and eligibility for recertification credits.
All of your celebration needs for NPW are just a click away. Visit www.nationalpayrollweek.com to discover a variety of ways you can celebrate NPW at work and in your community. Check back often for updates and new information.
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