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Global Payroll Week

26 - 30 April 2021

Celebrate the 4th annual Global Payroll Week (GPW), 26 – 30 April 2021. Global Payroll Week aims to increase the global payroll professional’s skill level through education, training, and networking opportunities.

We’ll be sharing exclusive webinars, brand new content to explore, contests on social media, and much more during each day of the week-long event.

Help us elevate the visibility of the global payroll industry and the amazing professionals who ensure the world gets paid by participating in our exclusive GPW events.

Follow the event on your favorite social media and include the official event hashtag #GlobalPayWeek in all your posts surrounding the week.

Global Payroll Titan Award

The Global Titan Award celebrates, empowers, and recognizes the outstanding professionals responsible for processing multi-country payrolls. Nominate yourself or someone from your team to be named the second annual Global Payroll Titan. Nominations are open 11 February - 12 March 2021 and the winner will be announced during this year's Global Payroll Week event at the end of April. Visit the official award page for more details.

Start your nomination.

2021 "Getting the World Paid" Survey

Share your insight with GPMI and take the 2021 "Getting the World Paid" survey. This survey is a critical tool that helps GPMI gauge industry trends in the rapidly evolving global payroll landscape. As a thank you for taking the survey, three participants will be randomly selected to win a free virtual course of their choosing from GPMI.

Take the survey

Why 26 – 30 April?

Global Payroll Week coincides with the celebration of International Workers’ Day and is a celebration of employees and labourers around the globe. Often referred to as May Day, this annual holiday, occurs on 1 May and traces its roots back to an ancient European spring festival.

In dozens of countries, May Day is an official national holiday, but don’t let its ancient roots fool you. The day isn’t all about dancing around maypoles. Many labour rights campaigners and trade unions use the day to heavily promote and publicize their agendas for worker’s rights across the globe.

More information to come!


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