Showcase your experience and expertise at the premier event that attracts more than 1,000 professionals in areas such as payroll, accounts payable, HR, and finance.. Don't miss the opportunity to submit multiple workshop proposals for the 2024 Payroll Congress lineup and join more than 100 top-notch speakers in Nashville next year.

 Presentations should focus on information relevant to payroll functions and must be appropriate for one of the following tracks:

  • Benefits and Compensation: Best practices and trends in the field of benefits and compensation, including the latest on fringe benefits, stock options, and nonqualified deferred compensation plans.
  • Executive: Metrics, best practices, change management, and outsourcing geared toward executives, vice presidents, directors, and managers in finance, payroll, HR, and technology.
  • Government Affairs: Legislative and regulatory updates for professionals involved in maintaining compliance.
  • Global Forums: Payroll, taxation, and related issues from a global perspective. Topics could include paying nonresident aliens, international employee data privacy, and global risk management.
  • Organization and Personal Management: Interpersonal skills, professional development, leadership, and career advancement.
  • Payroll Processing: Topics critical to the efficient operation of the payroll process. Subjects could range from internal controls to electronic payment methods and reconciliations.
  • Wage Payments and Deductions: Topics critical to ensuring that employees are paid accurately. Subjects could range from regular rate of pay and handling overpayments to child support and other mandatory deductions.
  • Industry-Specific Forums: Hot topics and unique issues of special interest to practitioners in a variety of trades and industries.
  • Technology: Latest technology trends such as information security, electronic forms, and self-service internet portals for IT and HRIS professionals and those who interact with them.
  • U.S. Taxation and Forms: Topics essential to the understanding of U.S. payroll taxation and reporting compliance, including but not limited to Forms 940, 941, 1099, W-2, W-2c, and W-4.

 Sessions to be considered will be 60 minutes in length. Sales presentations, product-specific, and/or demonstration proposals will not be considered.

 Proposals must include the following:

  1. Workshop category
  2. Workshop title
  3. Program description
  4. Speaker Information
  5. Speaker biography
  6. Presentation experience

 Proposals not containing all six points will not be considered.

 Proposals for the 42nd Annual Payroll Congress must be received by June 20. Proposals are reviewed on the basis of applicability, originality, conference needs, and speaker qualifications.

Notifications to selected presenters will begin in August.

 Don’t delay; submit your proposal today.

 Note: Do not submit proposals for workshop topics that were previously submitted for the 2023 Payroll Congress. Those topics will automatically be considered for the 2024 Payroll Congress.