Entries by Dan Jones

Unlocking Performance with Josh Schneider – #007

I am joined by on the HR L&D Podcast hot-seat by Josh Schneider, author of “5 Days to Your Best Work Yet: A Human Like Approach to Better Work”.  Josh is a sought-after keynote speaker and author and we sit down and discuss how businesses and HR departments can go about successfully unlocking performance to achieve better employee engagement and employee happiness at the same time!  Discover the strategies we can all use to help us find meaning in our daily lives while at the same time unlocking new levels of performance

Global HR/Payroll Transformation & Emerging Trends – Jay Conforti #028

Global HR/Payroll Transformation & Emerging Trends with Jay Conforti, Director of HR Transformation at KPMG discusses how organizations can experience successful global HR and payroll transformation through the utilisation of emerging trends, target operating model strategy, operations efficiency, organizational design, technology, and outsourcing.

Smart Automation meets Global Payroll – Fidelma McGuirk #027

Founder, CEO, Entrepreneur, women in leadership advocate and digital technology global payroll expert Fidelma McGuirk meets with The Payroll Podcast to discuss Global Payroll Management SaaS technology for international employers and we discover how businesses can utilise digital technologies to centralise control of multi-national payroll processes and payroll providers through smart automation!  We also discuss women in payroll and Fidelma provides advice to female entrepreneurs who wish to grow their payroll businesses!

The HR Algorithmic Leader with Mike Walsh – #006

The HR Algorithmic Leader: 10 Principles for Leadership Success.  In this episode of the HR L&D Podcast, Nick Day from JGA HR Recruitment. is joined by Futurist and global nomad Mike Walsh who has synthesized years of research and interviews with some of the world’s top business leaders, AI pioneers and data scientists into a set of  “10 principles about what it takes to succeed in the algorithmic age”.