The Greater Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Canton Hall of Fame, Miami Valley, and Toledo Ohio Chapters of the American Payroll Association proudly present annual Ohio Statewide Conferences. With over 800 members across the APA’s six Ohio Chapters, we represent many of the state’s top companies. Each year we have had over 175 attendees at our conference. We look forward to seeing all of you at our annual conference.
After attending our conference you will leave with new ideas, updated information, and solutions to your issues that will help you grow in the payroll profession.
Our Publicity Committee has prepared a sample letter explaining why it is important to help you and your career by attending the conference. Download the sample letter to let it help you get there!Sample Letter
At the Ohio Conference for Payroll Professionals you can:
– Earn up to 10 re-certification credit hours.
– Learn about the latest technology impacting our industry.
– Network, Network, Network!
– Grow personally and professionally.
– Get the latest legislative updates.
– Listen and learn from dynamic speakers!
– Make new friends and renew old acquaintances.
– Re-energize yourself.
– Relax and have fun at the social event.
– Have Fun!
U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services
Vice President of Special Operations,
Global Cash Card
Avery Dennison Corp.
Director, Employment Tax Consulting,
American Payroll Association
Employee Benefits Account Executive,
Brown & Brown
Staff Assistant/State Liaison,
Social Security Administration
Senior Project Manager,
Employment Tax Practice Leader,
Regional Benefits Leader,
Brown & Brown
APA Lobbying Updates – Michael O’Toole, APA
(1a) Paycards: Generational Trends Shaping the Future of Worker Pay – George Mavrantzas, Global Cash Card
(1b) Form I-9 & E-Verify: Mistakes Big or Small- Avoid Them All – Dave Bashem, DHS
Dinner – n – Learn
Digital Payroll Revolution: How to Leverage RPA – Laura Sanford, Eira Jones, and Susan Leal, Deloitte
Social Event & Shopping
The Tax Reform Waves Keep Breaking Over Payroll – Michael O’Toole, APA
Break & Visit Vendor Hall
(2a) Preparing for and managing your annual Open Enrollment – Ben Goff & James Raymond Bailey, Brown & Brown of Ohio
(2b) 10 Best Practices for an awesome HCM Implemenation – Tammy Downey, Willory
Lunch – n – Learn
Social Security 101 – Dan Damceski, Social Security Administration
(3a) UI 101 – Understanding Unemployment Insurance – Tom Towson & Mike Stegmeier, Equifax
(3b) HR & Payroll as Partners – Tina Peery Gholson, Avery Dennison
Vendor Door Prize Drawing in Vendor Hall/Break
Wrap Up and Door Prizes, Closing