Industry Expert, Speaker and Author, Ms. Amorette N. Bryant, Discusses an Employer’s Garnishment Responsibilities

Livonia, Mich., January 20, 2009 – WorkForce Software, Inc., a leader in workforce management software solutions, announces its January Learning Series webinar, “An Organization’s Involvement with Wage Attachments.” Our speaker, Ms. Amorette N. Bryant, CPP and author of Aspen Publisher’s “The Complete Guide to Federal and State Garnishments,” 2009 ED, discusses the importance of complying with federal and state garnishment regulations.

This webinar helps payroll/garnishment departments recognize the laws that require timely interaction between their department and other departments in the organization. Through real-life experiences, Ms. Bryant has found that many employers do not manage wage attachments properly because they do not get the information they need from other departments in a timely manner. Ms. Bryant identifies the most common situations that require well-timed interactions between departments, specifically wage attachments paid to an attorney or law firm, wage attachments for contractors, and advanced reporting of bonus or lump sum payments.

Ms. Bryant is a recognized payroll professional and expert in the area of employer responsibilities regarding all aspects of wage garnishments. She provides staff training and other services to companies, including assistance with writing procedures, and transition to or transformation of systems. In addition to authoring “The Complete Guide to Federal and State Garnishments,” Ms. Bryant is also a contributor to other Aspen publications.

“This is a valuable webinar for any professional who handles wage garnishments,” said President and CEO Kevin Choksi of WorkForce Software. “Ms. Bryant, offers her expertise on this topic to help organizations comply with federal and state regulations.”

To accommodate your busy schedule, the Learning Series webinars are on-demand so you can participate at a time that is convenient to you. View this presentation before by January 31, 2009, to enter our drawing for a copy of Aspen Publisher’s The Complete Guide to Federal and State Garnishments.

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