#LicenseToPay: Attendance on Demand Attends APA Annual Congress to Showcase Workforce Management Solutions

It’s that time of year again – the American Payroll Association’s 36th Annual Congress is getting underway at the Gaylord National Resort in National Harbor, MD. Attendance on Demand is excited to attend this year, surrounded by payroll professionals looking to deepen their understanding of payroll laws and practices, learn from industry vendors and network with their peers.

There is so much in store this year, from well-rounded educational workshops and sessions to lively entertainment. If you’re attending, make sure you get the most of the experience – network and take in all the knowledge you can!

Attend a highly informative special presentation from Josh Bersin, principal and founder of Bersin, Deloitte Consulting LLP – “The Future of Work and Pay.” Bersin is discussing where technology may take us in the future and the benefits these changes have in store for payroll, accounting, and HR professionals.

Beth Baerman, director of communications and training at Attendance on Demand, is presenting “New Employee Scheduling Laws Affect Payroll: What You Should Know” and “Paid Sick Leave – From Perk to Mandate” on May 17 along with other thought leaders and compliance influencers – ADP’s Pete Isberg and APA’s Laura Lough and Lia Congilio.

Go along with tradition and check out the much-anticipated Costume Contest that aligns with this year’s “Pay Another Day” theme. Payroll professionals are dressing up as their favorite Bond character or villain. Come celebrate and bring your “license to party.”

And don’t forget about the Congress Expo, with over 100 exhibitors – including Attendance on Demand – showcasing advanced technology to help reduce workforce management challenges.

Stop by our booth – #737 – pick up a “License To Pay” blinking button and see our solution in action!

Visit our landing page for several APA resources to help make work life better.


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