The New Zealand Payroll Practitioners Association (NZPPA) was formed in 2007 and now has over 600 members made up of corporate, company, overseas, individual, Not for profit and student members.
The aim of NZPPA is to develop payroll as a profession through developing and supporting payroll professional in the critical work they do in paying employees correctly and on time.
By being a NZPPA member you receive a full range of services including:
To see a full range of membership benefits select the following link:
If you have any questions on NZPPA membership contact: email@example.com
NZPPA provides a range of payroll courses in legislation, payroll practice and procedure (NZPPA does not provide payroll application training).
Each course provides essential payroll information, with examples that can be used back in the workplace. All NZPPA courses include the latest updates and are being constantly added too.
NZPPA courses include (select the course to find out more):
NZPPA course are run throughout New Zealand and Australia (whenever NZ payroll is processed).
To find out dates and locations select the following link:Click Here If you have any question on NZPPA training contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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David Jenkins & Associates Ltd
David Jenkins & Associates know payroll. We have years of experience in running, managing and implementing payroll systems and training staff.
Our focus is working with your business to identify a payroll package to best suit your needs. We then help you install it, develop payroll processes and ensure your payroll staff are trained in both the law and best practise.
If you are looking for a new payroll system, we can:
Please contact David if you would like a no-obligation discussion of your payroll needs: email@example.com
How do you know if your existing payroll actually complies with current legislation?
You cannot take it for granted that the payroll application is getting it right!
It is not the payroll provider who will wear the cost if the payroll is getting it wrong, it is your business! This cost can be substantial (monies owed, interest, fines and legal fees).
Typically there are two areas that determine whether the payroll is doing what it should:
We are experts in this area. We can conduct a range of audits to suit your needs to discover any problems and what needs to be done.
We know the right questions to ask and have a range of audit tools that make this a cost-effective activity. All you have to do is provide the information we require, give us permission to ask questions from your payroll provider on your behalf and identify a sample group of employees that we will focus on for the audit.
We provide the following audits
Payroll (Holidays Act 2003) Audit: This audit concentrates on the calculations that are required to be conducted under the Holidays Act 2003. Access to payroll data is required. A comprehensive report is provided that tells you what was discovered, what gaps and risks are present and our conclusions and recommendations.
Payroll Compliance Audit: Analyses all payroll procedures (manual and automated), policy, forms and the payroll application to find out whether they comply with both current legislation and payroll best practise. A comprehensive report is provided that tells you what was discovered, what gaps and risks are present and our conclusions and recommendations.
HR Compliance audit: Analyses all HR procedures, policy, forms, etc. to find out whether they comply with current legislation and HR best practise (does not cover payroll). A comprehensive report is provided that includes what was discovered, what gaps and risk are present, along with conclusions and recommendations.
HR and Payroll Compliance Audit: This includes all three audits described above.
Please contact David now if you would like a no-obligation discussion of your payroll audit needs: firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out the latest changes to legislation that will impact on payroll on the 1st April 2012 NZPPA will be running a half day update session from late Jan through to the end of March in 2012 (throughout NZ and in Australia).
To find out more here are the options:
Throughout the year NZPPA runs webinars (one hour sessions) that focus on specific payroll topics. Learners can ask questions during the session, get provided a session guide and after session support is also available.
Click here to find out about the range of webinar topics and when they are running.If you have any questions contact: email@example.com
New for NZPPA in 2012 are two payroll eLearning courses, the courses are:
Each session can be done at any time and participants receive a course manual
Click here to find out more about the course content
If you have any questions contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
NZPPA does not sell or promote payroll software but any payroll provider can list their products and services for free in the online payroll provider's directory.
The directory provides contact details for a wide range of payroll vendors, along with a description of their products and services.
Click here to view the directory select the following link:
DJA are proud members of the New Zealand Payroll Practitioners Association (NZPPA) for more details on NZPPA click here or go to www.nzppa.co.nz