60 min. Thursday May 27th | 10am PT / 12pm CT
Submitted for 1.0 certification hour to APA
Time & Attendance Payroll Fraud
Have you ever had to clock in or out from work on a time clock? What type of time clock was it? Did you have to use a punch card? Did you have to use a fob or card key? Did you have to use your fingerprint or retina?
The evolution of the time clock and the various methods by which an employee is able to indicate the beginning and end of periods of time worked was based on the evolution of time and attendance fraud. In this hour, the different methods by which an employee might abuse a time and attendance system will be identified and discussed, as well as best practices for prevention.
Passionate about furthering an understanding of payroll, Christine Stolpe, CPP has been working in some fashion of payroll for the past 25+ years and enjoys watching the profession blossom through emotional intelligence and personal fortitude. A member of the American Payroll Association since 2011, Christine recently launched her own consulting business, Wages Creek.
She serves on the Social Networking Committee, GRTF-SALT Sub-Committee and Certification Item Development Task Force. In the past, she has served on the Board of Directors for the California Payroll Conference (CPC) and Silicon Valley Chapter (SVAPA) as well as serving a two-year term on the Board of Advisors representing Region 4 to National APA. Christine was also one of the first fifty individuals to earn the APA’s Global Payroll Management Certification in October 2011.
Through furthering her own education and skill sets and attending educational offerings, Christine has developed a ravenous appetite for helping others. She has developed training for other payroll professionals, volunteered for National Money Matters Day during National Payroll Week, and she now looks forward to continuing to grow her network of resources, colleagues and friends.
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