THE PAYROLL PODCAST with Nick Day, Director of JGA Recruitment & Guests!

Payroll PodcastThe Payroll Podcast was the first podcast produced exclusively for the UK and broader global payroll community.  Nick Day meets with payroll industry experts to discuss complex payroll issues, International payroll legislation, technology, systems, processes and compliance. My aim is to support the payroll industry and help the hardworking payroll professionals within it to prepare and embrace the future of payroll. 

We journey through complex payroll issues ranging from Robotic Process Automation; Blockchain; Cryptocurrencies; Artificial Intelligence and Wellbeing to Compliance; Global Payroll, Payroll Vendor Management, Payroll Bureau Operations and International Payroll Legislation (and more)!  

We live in a competitive world with dynamic global workforces. Let’s embrace these changes and develop strategies together to raise the profile of payroll worldwide forever. 

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If you want to be on the show, or if you need support with a payroll recruitment requirement, please do reach out to me. Tel: 01727 800 377 | Email Nick@jgarecruitment.com

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Payday Experience

The Evolution of the Payday experience with Paul Gibbons #48

The Evolution of the Payday experience with Paul Gibbons #48

Evolution of the Payday ExperienceNick Day is joined on The Payroll Podcast sofa by Paul Gibbons who is Chief Operating Officer at PayDashboard, a company he joined in February 2016 as and was promoted to COO in September 2018.

Paul possesses an extensive background in payroll, having worked in various roles processing payroll both in-house and in a bureau. He is CIPP qualified with a Foundation Degree in payroll. Having experienced first-hand the pressures of working in payroll, Paul truly understands and respects the challenges faced by our clients, and he uses this knowledge to help to shape the functionality of PayDashboard as well as advise on legislative requirements.

In his spare time, Paul is a tutor for the Chartered Institute for Payroll Professionals (CIPP), educating and inspiring the next generation of payroll talent.

Paul is someone who has always been passionate about adding value to the payroll process and he says at Paydashboard, for him and the business, the payslip is just the beginning… so sit back, relax and let’s find out why!

In this “The Evolution of the Payday experience” episode with Paul Gibbons, on The Payroll Podcast, we also explore:

  1. What experiences from your payroll background do es Paul regularly draw on in his role as COO?
  2. How has the payslip evolved over the years?
  3. Should employers consider payday as more of an ‘experience’ these days?
  4. Financial wellness and creating a payday ‘experience’ but what part should the employer play in providing financial advice beyond payday?
  5. Technology is changing quicker than the skills required to manage it so how will future skills requirements change to prepare for what is coming?
  6. How is Paydashboard able to work with any payroll service provider or software without fear of competing for the same clients?
  7. What does ‘best of breed’ in the world of payroll really mean and how does PayDashboard take a different approach?
  8. Why are payslips so central to the evolution of the payday experience?
  9. What exciting developments can Paul share with the Payroll Podcast?
  10. How would Paul sell payroll as a career?

Links highlighted in this “The Evolution of the Payday experience” episode are included below:

Of course, if you are Payroll Leader listening to this podcast and you have a payroll-related vacancy that you would love some specialist payroll recruitment support with – please also get in touch with me!  I would love to help show you what a great Payroll recruitment experience feels like!  You can reach out to me directly at nick@jgarecruitment.com or give me a call – 01727800377

www.jgarecruitment.com

Thanks for listening folks – I look forward to bringing you the next episode of the Payroll Podcast real soon

exceptional leader

What Makes an Exceptional Leader? With Tim Spiker #47

What Makes an Exceptional Leader? With Tim Spiker #47

Exceptional LeadershipNick Day is joined on The Payroll Podcast sofa by  Tim Spiker, the author of the book “The Only Leaders Worth* Following,” and he has been passionately investigating exceptional leadership effectiveness since 1999. Tim and his organization, The Aperio, help people become, be, and stay leaders who are actually worth following.  Tim has identified the ingredients that create exceptional leaders. Tim’s work puts him in a variety of roles including delivering keynote talks, creating unique and customized learning experiences, and guiding long-term developmental journeys. He has worked with leadership teams in North America, Australia, and Asia. He resides in the United States in Atlanta with his wife and four children.

The Aperio, is A Latin word meaning to uncover, lay bare, make clear, or reveal.  https://www.theaperio.com/about-aperio

In this “What Makes an Exceptional Leader?” episode with Tim Spiker, on The Payroll Podcast, we also explore:

  1. What it is that you think makes an exceptional leader?
  2. What is exceptional leadership?
  3. How can we understand the hidden truths of leadership?
  4. How can we determine which leaders are worth following?
  5. What is the Who* Not What Principle?
  6. How can we apply the Who* Not What Principle right away?
  7. What does it mean to be “Inwardly Sound” and “Others Focused”?
  8. What is the most critical thing for organizations must understand about leadership?
  9. What challenges are leaders typically faced with when they are leading in the midst of significant uncertainty – such as this global COVID-19 pandemic?
  10. We find out more about Tim’s latest books “The Only Leaders Worth* Following” 
  11. How to spot leaders who appear successful but aren’t well-developed as people!
  12. Have leadership styles changed?
  13. What are the key transferable soft skills people should focus on developing within a leadership context?

Links highlighted in this “What Makes an Exceptional Leader?” episode are included below:

Of course, if you are Payroll Leader listening to this podcast and you have a payroll-related vacancy that you would love some specialist payroll recruitment support with – please also get in touch with me!  I would love to help show you what a great Payroll recruitment experience feels like!  You can reach out to me directly at nick@jgarecruitment.com or give me a call – 01727800377

www.jgarecruitment.com

Thanks for listening folks – I look forward to bringing you the next episode of the Payroll Podcast real soon

Jeff Wald - End of Jobs

The End of Jobs?  With Jeff Wald #46

The End of Jobs?  With Jeff Wald, #46

Jeff WaldNick Day is joined on The Payroll Podcast sofa by Jeff Wald, the Founder of Work Market, an enterprise software platform that enables companies to efficiently and compliantly, organize, manage and pay freelancers (purchased by ADP). Jeff has founded several other technology companies, including Spinback, a social sharing platform (eventually purchased by salesforce.com).

end of jobsJeff holds an MBA from Harvard University And is the author of his new book, The End of Jobs: The Rise of On-Demand Workers and Agile Corporations. He is also a Producer of the Tony Award Winning Best Musical A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,

Jeff is a regular writer in Huffington Post and Forbes and was named “One of the 100 Most Influential People in Staffing” by the Staffing Industry Analysts in 2017 & 2018.

In this episode, Jeff talks about his upcoming book The End of Jobs. Which includes a Future of Work Prize, where Jeff has put up $10 million dollars for whichever prediction of the 20 contributors to his book on the world in 2040 is most correct can win.

With BBC studies claiming 97% of payroll positions could be automated by 2025 – this is an episode you won’t want to miss!

In this “The End of Jobs” episode with Jeff Wald, on The Payroll Podcast, we also explore:

  1. What do you hope is the biggest takeaway from the book, The End of Jobs?
  2. What does the future of work look like?
  3. How much will the future of work be driven by data, HR, personal responsibility and algorithms?
  4. How will the world of work evolve as technology and globalization drives change?
  5. How can the history of work help us to predict the future of work?
  6. How have companies and workers reacted to the last three technological step functions: Mechanization, Electrification and Computerization?
  7. Will Robots and AI impact the world of work and why is this known as “The First Services Revolution”?
  8. What are some pros and cons to a future where companies and employers are relying more heavily on technology?
  9. The Future of Work Prize Competition? What it is and why you decided to launch it?

We hope you enjoy this “The End of Jobs episode of The Payroll Podcast!  If you know anyone else who works in payroll, then please, share this episode with your friends and get them to subscribe today!

Links highlighted in this “The End of Jobs” episode are below:

Of course, if you are Payroll Leader listening to this podcast and you have a payroll-related vacancy that you would love some specialist payroll recruitment support with – please also get in touch with me!  I would love to help show you what a great Payroll recruitment experience feels like!  You can reach out to me directly at nick@jgarecruitment.com or give me a call – 01727800377

www.jgarecruitment.com

Thanks for listening folks – I look forward to bringing you the next episode of the Payroll Podcast real soon!