Payroll Disaster Recovery and What COVID -19 Has Taught Us

Live Webinar | Dayna Reum | From: Sep 22, 2020 - To: Dec 31, 2020

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Recorded Session     $229
DVD     $249
Recorded Session & DVD     $379
Transcript (Pdf)     $229
Recorded & Transcript (Pdf)     $369
DVD & Transcript (Pdf)     $379


This webinar will give you the tools to develop a solid disaster and/or continuity plan to make sure employees always get paid timely in the short term and for long term situations like we are experiencing today.  Best practices and tips will be discussed from why a plan is so important to how to keep the plan up to date.  All key components of the plan to include, the technology resources, vendor plans etc.  How to prioritize payroll tasks while putting together a disaster plan.   Along with how to validate the plan is complete are a large part of this webinar.

Areas Covered:-

  • Choosing critical payroll tasks
  • How to evaluate?
  • What should a good disaster plan include
  • How to set responsibilities
  • Validating the plan
  • Keeping the plan up to date
  • Plan Maintenance
  • How to end the plan?


Coming to work and beginning the payroll process each week has become part of what we do.  But sometimes we overlook the realty that a natural disaster could stop us from getting to the office one day.  Or even a worldwide pandemic like COVID-19 could change the way we do business in the matter of days for an extended period of time.      How will employees still get paid when a crisis situation occurs?  With the growth of centralized payroll systems, the reality of one location having a disaster that can stop payroll for an entire company is a real concern.

Why Should You Attend?

  • Determining critical processes to have a plan for.
  • How to validate the disaster plan.
  • Who should hold what responsibilities for what part of the plan
  • Discussion on how to keep your plan up to date.
  • Planning for the recovery when the disaster is over
  • Best Practices to keep in mind when developing the disaster plan
  • What we learned from COVID-19 that makes us have to update our plans

Who Should Attend?

  • Payroll
  • HR Professionals