Entries by Nick Day

Getting Payrolls Ready for IR35 with Richard George #036

With confirmation that the changes to the IR35 regime will hit the private sector in April 2020, like it or not, the onus is now on private sector Payroll Managers to prepare for these changes ahead of April 6th 2020.  Richard George, Director of Education at The Payroll Centre discusses the complexities of the new IR35 legislation and provides practical advice to help you prepare so you can develop a robust plan for payroll compliance.

Aligning Culture with Community, Leadership & Profits with Devin Halliday #015

Devin talks about how and why we need to focus on aligning cultures if we wish to inspire action and improve processes to deliver bigger profits.  Most organizations have well-written, well-intentioned culture and values statements but when they are reviewed or challenged, they are often wholly inaccurate out outdated.  In this episode, Devin talks about how we can reimagine core values, cultures and brands in a way that inspires tremendous loyalty, builds community, and delivers profits. 

The Dark Side and the Good Side of HR – with Emma Wynne #014

The Dark Side and the Good Side of HR – with Emma Wynne is a podcast episode focused on employee engagement, mental health, wellness and workforce management practices that can improve happiness at work.  Emma tells us how we need to develop a better understanding of how to create and promote a happy workplace if we really want the people we employ to operate at their best.

 

Will a robot steal your job? Talking HR Disruptive Tech with Devyani Vaishampayan #013

“Will a robot steal your job?”.  Nick Day from JGA HR Recruitment is joined on the HR L&D Podcast by Devyani Vaishampayan to discuss this vital question. Devyani is uniquely positioned to answer this question as she is the Managing Partner of the HR TECH Partnership, a People Tech Investment venture whose investors are all senior Non- Executive / Corporate Directors.   The HR TECH Partnership run Human Capital Digital Innovation Hubs which help corporates/HR teams learn and experiment around the ‘Future of Work’.

Are Payroll Robots Going to Take Over? With Mike Walsh #034

Are Payroll Robots going to take over?  Futurist and global nomad Mike Walsh joins the Payroll Podcast to discuss how leaders of all types and organisations of all sizes can survive and thrive in this era of unprecedented disruptive technological change.  Mike provides a guide for payroll leaders that will help guide the payroll profession to effectively harness the power of AI and Automation to succeed where others have failed.  Should payroll professionals be fearful of automation? and AI?  Listen to this episode to find out…

Achieving Productivity Gains in Business with “Mr Productivity”, Mark Struczewski #012

Mark Struczewski (AKA “Mister Productivity”), joins the HR L&D Podcast to talk about how we can all be more productive – despite our distracted worlds.  Mark is a professional who has dedicated his life to improving productivity (including how we can become the boss of our own emails!!).  With productivity and engagement often found at the heart of HR & L&D Strategies, I think this is an episode you are going to enjoy.

Acting as a Career: Gender, Opportunity and Love with the Cast of “How Love is Spelt” #010

Acting as a Career: Gender, Opportunity and Love with the Cast of “How Love is Spelt”.  Nick Day has a rare opportunity to sit down with the cast of the play “How Love is Spelt” starring Michelle Collins (EastEnders and Coronation Street), Nigel Boyle (Line of Duty)  Benjamin O’Mahoney (Ripper Street) , Yana Penrose, Larner Wallace-Taylor (Humans) and Duncan Moore.  We discuss Acting as a career, promotions, gender imbalance in the acting profession, how actors handle multiple jobs at the same time, tax implications and a lot more!  Plus we get some exclusive insights into what the acting life is like as well as learn more about this amazing new production!

Acting for “LOVE” not “PAYE” with the Cast of “How Love is Spelt” #032

Nick Day has a rare opportunity to sit down with the cast of the play “How Love is Spelt” starring Michelle Collins (EastEnders and Coronation Street), Nigel Boyle (Line of Duty) and Benjamin O’Mahoney (Ripper Street) as well as brilliant theatre performers Yana Penrose, Larner Wallace-Taylor and Duncan Moore.  We discuss payroll in the acting world, promotions, how to handle multiple jobs at the same time, tax implications and a lot more!  Plus we get some exclusive insights into what the acting life is like as well as learn more about this amazing new production!

Blockchain for Payroll & HR: My Conclusions. article 10 of 10

This is article 10 of 10 forming my final part of my series of articles dedicated to my attempt at helping Payroll & HR professionals understand the potential impact that both blockchain and cryptocurrencies could have on the future of Payroll & HR. I hope you have found the journey an interesting and helpful one. Please […]