Wage garnishments are among the trickiest functions a payroll department administers. What is the difference between earnings and income? What protection does the law provide to employees who are subject to a garnishment? When do you follow federal limits vs. state limits? What changes are we seeing with the documents as a result of the poor economy? The list of issues goes on and on.
In recognition of this critical area, Bloomberg BNA is hosting a series of five Webinars that will cover virtually every aspect of wage garnishments. In addition to the introductory Webinar, which is designed as a training tool for administering wage attachments, there will be sessions covering child support, creditor and student loan garnishments, as well as federal tax levies. Conducted by noted author and speaker Amy Bryant CPP, each segment will:
In Session 1, join Ms. Bryant as she takes you through an introduction to wage garnishments:
Amorette (Amy) Bryant, CPP
Amorette (Amy) Bryant, CPP, who has over 15 years of experience managing large payroll departments in both the private and public sectors.
In addition, Amy is the author of the Complete Guide to Federal and State Garnishment, 2010 Edition, Aspen Publishers; a consultant to Fortune 100 clients in, among other things, identifying new approaches to handling wage attachments; a member of various workgroups headed by the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement; and a member of the APA Subcommittee for Child Support and the Subcommittee for Wage Attachments.