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Successful and Secure Payroll for Multi-State Employers


Employers managing employees across state borders deal with many payroll complexities. However, these issues can be tackled and resolved easily if effective and compliant processes are developed and properly implemented. Effective implementation of these processes and systems includes a much needed focus on data security.

Join us for this 60 minute program, where our panelists will discuss the top payroll concerns for multi state employers and strategies. Our panelist will discuss how to create successful payroll processes to avoid and address these issues, and how to develop a secure system to protect confidential and proprietary payroll data.


Educational Objectives:

  • Top issues for professionals managing multi state payroll
  • Strategies for complying with laws in different states, including those relating to withholding, unemployment, and taxation
  • Best practices for ensuring payroll data remains protected, particularly when operating across state borders

Who would benefit most from attending this course?
Payroll leaders, administrators, employers with employees that cross state borders, any professionals responsible for data security issues within an organization.


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Josh F. Alloy
  • Counsel
  • Arnold & Porter

Mr. Josh Alloy handles all aspects of labor and employment matters involving day to day counseling, transactions, and litigation. Mr. Alloy has experience conducting internal investigations and audits, and advising and defending clients in connection with internal complaints and administrative proceedings before federal and state agencies. Mr. Alloy regularly advises clients on non compete and trade secrets, independent contractor and employee classifications, government contractor compliance, and employment aspects of corporate transactions. He also drafts and negotiates employment and consulting contracts, separation agreements, commission and compensation plans, and counsels clients on terminations, reductions in force, and alternatives to layoffs. In addition, Mr. Alloy defends clients against individual and class claims of employment discrimination and harassment, retaliation, wage hour violations, constitutional violations, and breach of contract in federal and state courts, arbitrations, and administrative proceedings. Mr. Alloy s work and clients cut across almost every industry, including financial services, insurance, media, sports and entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, science and technology, national security, government contracting, and telecommunications, as well as tax exempt organizations and foundations.Mr. Alloy writes frequently on cutting edge labor and employment law matters, including wage hour issues and both DC and NY area developments.Mr. Alloy earned his J.D. in 2001 from the University of Pennsylvania, cum laude, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif, received the M.H. Goldstein Memorial Prize for Labor Law, and served as Senior Editor of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.

Todd Colvin
  • Director of Enterprise Data Security
  • Paychex, Inc.

Mr. Todd Colvin is the Director of Enterprise Data Security for Paychex, Inc, a Human Capital Management service provider. In this role, he is responsible for developing and implementing a strategic information security plan that will help insulate the company against loss and meet a variety of objectives such as management s fiduciary and legal responsibilities, customer expectations for secure modern business practices, and the competitive requirements of the marketplace. The position involves overall responsibility for information security regardless of the form that the information takes, the information handling technology employed, or the people involved. Mr. Colvin works directly with business units to facilitate information risk analysis and risk management processes, identify acceptable levels of risk, and establish roles and responsibilities with regard to information classification and protection.Prior to joining Paychex, Inc, Mr. Colvin was the Homeland Security Manager for Sprint and served on numerous Washington, D.C. based committees including the President s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee NSTAC , the Network Security Information Exchange and was the resident representative to the National Coordinating Center for Telecommunications NCC and the Telecom ISAC. In this role, Mr. Colvin was responsible for the coordination of communications restoration during the hostile 2004 Atlantic hurricane season. When not responding to National Security or Emergency Preparedness NS EP events, Mr. Colvin participated in several task forces including the TRUSTED ACCESS TASK FORCE to address Screening, Credentialing, and Perimeter Access Controls. Additionally, he developed and delivered a report addressing communications preparedness for National Special Security Events NSSE .Mr. Colvin is a dedicated security professional that holds many certifications including the CPP, CISSP, CISA, CISM and GSNA. Mr. Colvin holds a Bachelor s degree in Information Security and Assurance. He is a 2016 graduate of the Paychex Edge program providing the knowledge and skills for executive leadership. He is also a 2010 graduate of the FBI Citizen s Academy and a 2007 graduate of the ASIS Security Executive Program at the Wharton School of Business.

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