Heather Duke is the Vice President of Marketing at MPAY. Heather joined the team in 2017 and is focused on introducing MPAY’s products and services to prospective clients and improving the utilization of products by current clients. Prior to MPAY, Heather worked in various operational and customer service positions at Paychex followed by several years at KELLY, where she was the Director of Tax and Compliance. Heather enjoys being able to take her operational background and love of analytics to create websites, marketing material and communications that will help improve the utilization of MPAY’s products and services among current clients and attract new clients to our product offering. Heather graduated cum laude from Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance. She was the Vice President of Events and Programming for her campus residence and sang in the women’s choir. In 2016, Heather received a certificate in Project Management through Wake Forest University. Most recently, Heather graduated with distinction from the Wake Forest University School of Business where she received her Master of Business Administration. She is a standing member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society and participates in ongoing education with the university whenever possible. Heather currently resides in Huntersville, North Carolina.

MPAY and People First Announce Strategic Partnership

MPAY and People First Announce Strategic Partnership HUNTERSVILLE, NC, December 11, 2018 (Newswire.com) – MPAY and People First have announced that they are joining forces to provide entrepreneurs in America access to best in class solutions to help with the management of their people, employee time, payroll and benefits administration. MPAY provides human capital management solutions to their entrepreneurial…

Storms, Hurricanes & Payroll: What Employers Need to Know

Throughout the 2018 hurricane season, we’ve seen storms and hurricanes wreak havoc across the nation, destroying many businesses while forcing others to temporarily close. In these turbulent times, business operations tend to cease. However, payroll obligations may still be present. The bottom line is that employees must be paid on time for any work done…

When Disaster Strikes, Are You Ready or Not?

When Disaster Strikes, Are You Ready or Not? Whether it’s a hurricane, tornado, storm, flood, health crisis, fire, earthquake, cybercrime, or terrorist attack, your business should have a plan for dealing with catastrophes—a lack of preparedness can completely disrupt your business and even cause you to lose clients. Who is responsible for this gigantic task?…

Is Your Payroll Vendor a One Trick Pony?

Is Your Payroll Vendor a One Trick Pony? Your business is expanding, which means more recruiting, more onboarding, more timekeeping, more payroll processing, more benefits administration, more recordkeeping, more focus on retention; more payroll tax obligations; and more compliance efforts. You currently use a payroll service provider, but is it meeting all of those needs?…