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[Watch Webinar] Setting Up Hybrid Employees for Ohio Municipal Income Tax

[Watch Webinar] Setting Up Hybrid Employees for Ohio Municipal Income Tax

In case you missed it, watch the recording below, as Amy Poole, isolved Client Trainer, walks you through a Client Deep-Dive, Setting Up Hybrid Employees for Ohio Municipal Income Tax in isolved.

Amy brings 5 years of experience in payroll and client training of isolved, to Ahola’s Training Division. She has a BS in Public & Non-Profit Administration and Sociology from Grand Valley State University.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What information do you need to send to your dedicated Payroll Specialist to set up new work locations for employees who are working remotely from their homes
  • How to set up your employees with the correct work locations in isolved
  • How to enter default city allocations in isolved for employees that work both from home and at their office location under a normal set schedule (e.g., 40% from home, 60% from the office)
  • How to enter city allocations in isolved for employees that work both from home and at their office location under varying schedules

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