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Jul 23, 2019

National Payroll Week is just around the corner! Even if you aren’t a payroll professional, there are many important – and lucrative – reasons you should care about this important week, with events happening through September 6.

Win a Bonus Paycheck

Be eligible for a free paycheck and dream vacation, simply by completing the American Payroll Association’s “Getting Paid In America” survey. The five-minute survey asks various questions about payroll related topics that impact employees, like direct deposit and on-demand pay. The survey is available now to complete and will remain open through September 6. See the official contest rules.


Give Yourself a Raise

Are you making the most strategic choices with how you’re paid at work to get the most bang for your buck? If your automatic answer isn’t “yes!” stop by your payroll department to see what small changes you can make that will make a big impact on your paycheck today and down the road. Doing simple things could result in an instant raise on your next paycheck. Use these helpful NPW paycheck tools to learn more.


Get on Payroll’s Good Side

NPW is the perfect time to say “thank you” to your company’s payroll team for all the things they do throughout the year-mainly making sure your paycheck is delivered accurately and on-time, every time. It never hurts to be on the good side of the person responsible for getting you paid! 
Payday is the best day of the week for many employees and it just simply wouldn’t be possible without the help of your payroll department! So, join the National Payroll Week celebration happening across the country this September and visit www.nationalpayrollweek.com to learn more.

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