The Spy Who Paid Me Agent Update

The payroll secret agents in the APA's "The Spy Who Paid Me" 2018 Congress member game were tasked with their first mission--create their unique agent profiles. Their creativity skills were put to...

Shoppers Delight at National Harbor

There’s more to explore outside of the 36th Annual Congress coming May 15-19, 2018. If you have money to burn or just want to find a neat souvenir, National Harbor has over 160 retailers that have...

The Battle Has Been Won

The five-month-long “Battle of the Payroll Bands” came to a quick conclusion today during the Closing General Session. The Iconics came out victorious, winning 90.1% of the audience votes, leaving...

Education Grant Recipients Share Passion for Learning

Two APA members expressed their gratitude as they accepted the Donald W. Sharper Education Grant and the Global Cash Card Payroll Education Grant during Thursday’s General Session at Congress. 

Chapters Reap Recognition for Successes

Atlanta Chapter of the APA’s Chapter of the Year honor was far from the only recognition during Wednesday evening’s Chapter Exchange. Here is a complete list of the winners:

Battle of the Payroll Bands Down to Top 2

The five-month “Battle of the Payroll Bands” challenge is now down to two bands.

Salavejus, Wakeling Take Top Honors

Stephanie Salavejus, CPP, and David Wakeling, CPP, are the American Payroll Association’s (APA) 2017 Payroll Woman of the Year and Payroll Man of the Year.

Santhouse Honored for Two Decades of Leadership

The American Payroll Association (APA) honored Kathy Santhouse, CPP, with the Board of Directors Award this afternoon for her 20 years as an APA Director and National Officer.

Dougherty Takes Helm as APA President

Sondra Dougherty, CPP, took the oath of office this morning during the Annual Business Meeting, beginning her year as your American Payroll Association (APA) President.

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