Neeyamo is excited to celebrate Global Payroll Week (GPW), 30 April – 4 May, in association with The Global Payroll Management Institute (GPMI). This week-long event will provide payroll professionals with several free online educational and networking opportunities aimed to aide their professional development.
“Global payroll is a rapidly growing and evolving industry. At GPMI, we recognize a rising demand to celebrate and educate this expanding profession,” said Dan Maddux, president of the Global Payroll Management Institute.
- Individuals can participate in the weeklong event in several events conducted by GPMI including :
- Attending up to three free webinar offerings where they can earn 1 RCH per webinar attended
- Completing the ‘Getting the World Paid’ global payroll industry survey where they can win a voucher for a free virtual GPMI course
- Participating in a live Q&A #GlobalPaynews Twitter chat
- Following the hashtag #GlobalPayWeek on Facebook and Twitter where exclusive content, infographics, and contest.
“Global Payroll Week is a celebration of the importance of global education, understanding cultures, languages, work rules, and more,” shared Mary Holland, CPP, global director of strategy, development, and training for GPMI. “GPW is an event that will help us work toward building payroll organizations for today and the future.”
The concept of a worldwide celebration of payroll was inspired by GPMI’s collaboration on a 2017 International Payroll Week with Neeyamo, a premier global provider of HRO services for multinationals. Neeyamo’s staff, based primarily in India, spent the week spreading industry awareness and promoting global payroll best practices.
“We are elated to be witnessing the concept of a Global Payroll Week grow from a corner room discussion I had with Mary Holland, into its new form with GPMI at the helm,” shared Samuel Isaac, vice president of marketing for Neeyamo. “Global Payroll Week will provide a platform to highlight accomplishments in the global payroll arena, recognize individuals and institutions making a dent in this universe, and simply celebrate the spirit of globalization.”