The American Payroll Association founded NATIONAL PAYROLL WEEK in 1996. NATIONAL PAYROLL WEEK coincides with the celebration of Labor Day.
The special week celebrates many things important to each of us. It is a national campaign to help America's workers
understand more about their paychecks, the payroll withholding system,
and other payroll-driven benefits. Visit the official National Payroll Week website.
AMERICA WORKS BECAUSE WE'RE WORKING FOR AMERICA - NPW celebrates the unique partnership among America's workers, our companies, the payroll professionals who pay us, and critical government programs.
The NPW 2007 “Getting Paid In America” survey is live!
Don’t miss your chance to win a free paycheck!
Make your voice heard! Take the 2007 National Payroll Week survey now at www.nationalpayrollweek.com and become eligible to win a FREE PAYCHECK and a trip for two to Las Vegas.
The 2007 "Getting Paid In America" survey covers issues that affect how YOU get paid!
It's the easiest five minutes you'll spend all day. Tell us how your employer is protecting you against data and identity theft. Give us your opinion on paperless payroll. Plus, weigh in on some fun and interesting celebrity questions!
Take the survey now at www.nationalpayrollweek.com. After completing the survey, you'll qualify for a chance to be the lucky winner of a free paycheck and trip for two to fabulous Las Vegas!
Over 33,000 people responded to last year's survey, and the APA wants to double that number in 2007. Tell your friends; tell your co-workers… tell people you don't even know! The information gathered helps the payroll industry grow and better respond to workers' needs and opinions.
Take the survey today at www.nationalpayrollweek.com.
The West Valley Chapter of the American Payroll Association holds local events commemorating this day. The 2006 celebration is pictured below:
From Left to right: Julie Gajduko-Biodrowski, Steve Barnett; Carol Jordan, CPP; Mary Jo Lynde; Carol Vario, CPP; Judy Brooke-Gomez, CPP; Mary Sanders; Jim Mapstead; Pat Christman; Jim McDonald; Pam Gaber with Gabe; Pam Dunphy; Brian Dallmann, Ellen A. Kaye.
"This was one great NPW celebration with some great speakers!" Here is a link to the website of one of them. The page is a thank you from the chapter president.
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