An overview of the American Payroll Association (APA), including its vision and mission, membership benefits, professional certification, publications, and education offerings.
Anyone engaged in payroll administration and/or related fields is eligible for APA membership. APA proudly represents a true cross section of the payroll profession made up predominantly of payroll managers from all 50 states, Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico, with a growing constituency in Canada and other foreign nations, whose payroll informational needs are as diverse as the number of employees paid and as demanding as the number of states and countries in which they pay.
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APA sets the standards for payroll excellence though certification programs at two levels. Explore the benefits of certification for you and your staff.
Fundamental Payroll Certification
WHO IS THE GREATER MILWAUKEE CHAPTER of the APA?
The Milwaukee Chapter was formed in 1994 with the following objectives:
To enhance the Payroll Professional’s skills through education and networking; To influence legislation affecting payroll and related issues;
To gain recognition for the Payroll Professional;
The Greater Milwaukee Chapter of the APA membership has increased to over 160 members while established. Consistent participation at the monthly meetings is over 50 members.
ACHIEVE PROFESSIONAL PAYROLL STATUS
The greatest benefit of membership is that you have decided to stand up and be counted. When you join APA, your voice and professional status are raised in union. You are an important link in a powerful professional chain. The synergy created through membership and company’s realization of your professional standing profit you and your organization. You make a difference when you join APA. We offer CEU and RCH credits for our CPA, CPP and FPC recertification.