Guest Speaker: Barbara Youngman
Barbara Youngman is the Sr. Payroll Operations Analyst for Toyota Motor North America and is a Past-President of the American Payroll Association.
Barbara has more than 28 years of Payroll experience. She began her career in the hospitality industry, ultimately moving from Payroll to the Legal department to oversee wage-and-hour compliance and assist with class-action litigation. In this role, she developed strong partnerships with HR, Communications, IT, and Government Relations. After 21 years at Brinker, Youngman expanded her footprint as a strategic leader for Southwest Airlines, Northrop Grumman, and Equifax Workforce Solutions. In 2017, Youngman joined Toyota Motor North America to continue her leadership within Payroll Operations.
Youngman became an active member of the American Payroll Association (APA) in 1998 after earning her CPP designation. She currently serves on the organization’s national speakers bureau. She volunteers for several committees on the Strategic Payroll Leadership Task Force, the Government Relations Task Force, CHAMPS, and the Hotline Referral Service. She is former president of the local Dallas chapter and the Texas Payroll Conference Board.
Youngman’s awards include the APA CHAMPS Mentor of the Year (2005), Texas Payroll Professional of the Year (2005), Dallas Payroll Professional of the Year (2006), APA Payroll Education Grant (2007), APA Meritorious Service Award (2007), APA Special Recognition Award (2008), and APA Payroll Woman of the Year (2009).
Youngman earned a Bachelor of Science in human relations and business from Amberton University in Garland, Texas. She is a proud wife and mother of three young men and enjoys outdoor activities, sports, and spending time with friends and family.
When it comes to Overpayments, what you don’t know CAN hurt you. Discover what you can and cannot do when taking deductions from an employee’s pay for overpayment of wages. Review types of authorizations, recovery plans, and various state laws that will only complicate the process. In addition, we will touch on the payroll tax process and the impact to the employee and employer when recouping payments across tax quarters or years.
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