THE PAYROLL PODCAST with Nick Day, Director of JGA Recruitment & Guests!
Take control of your payroll function and develop your knowledge with the Payroll Podcast. Join Nick Day from JGA Payroll Recruitment as he meets with guests who are shaping the payroll industry. Cut through the confusing payroll legislation, latest technology and payroll compliance issues affecting your payroll department to discover how this short payroll podcast can improve your payroll operation.
We open the Payroll Vault to uncover subjects such as GDPR, Well-Being, SaaS, Global Payroll, HMRC compliance, leadership, effective recruitment strategies, workplace psychology, payroll training, process improvements and career planning. We also find out what payroll professionals would teach aliens!
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The Rural Tax & Accounting Podcast: Effective Planning for Farming Diversification.
Hosted by Nick Day of JGA Recruitment with Old Mill Accountants and Financial Planners.
Brought to you by Nick Day of JGA Recruitment, host of The Payroll Podcast, comes this one-off Rural Tax & Accounting Podcast Special. Featuring Catherine Vickery (CTA) – Rural Services, Tax and Mark Seager (FCCA) – Rural Services from Old Mill Accountants and Financial Planners, we discuss effective rural tax and accounting planning in relation to farming diversification projects.
With many farmers having to think laterally to survive and with farm diversification becoming increasingly commonplace I am excited to find out more about some of the challenges they face. In fact, more than half of England’s 57,000 farms have diversified in some form or another according to new figures released by Defra.
Of course, diversification can also bring with it opportunities – particularly through additional revenues but these can come with various tax consequences and so it is important that landowners and farmers are made aware of the possible tax implications that may arise.
Farming often brings unique tax reliefs and the tax rules within the sector are complex and constantly changing, and diversification makes that no easier.
However, in this special podcast, Catherine and Mark help us to navigate through the diversification traps by highlighting the considerations rural businesses need to be aware of before they embark on a new diversification project.
Whether you are considering the conversion of buildings into a bed & breakfast, opening a farm shop, hosting a fishing event or develop solar or wind power, this Podcast will help you to discover where the invaluable tax reliefs exist.
Old Mill – Accountants, Tax and Financial Planners who are an award-winning business success story. Formed by a buyout in 2006 the practice has more than doubled in size since then through organic growth and now boast four offices across the West Country in Yeovil, Wells, Exeter and Melksham supporting over 5,000 private and business clients.
If you are a tax or accounting professional interested in working for Old Mill then please contact Nick@jgarecruitment.com as are assisting the business with the recruitment of a number of opportunities and we would love to hear from you.
Raising the Profile of Payroll: High-level management, Government legislation lobbying and the steadfast pursuit of improving the payroll profession for all – with Kate Upcraft #05
Probably the UK’s most prominent payroll expert, Kate Upcraft of Kateupcraft.com Consultancy discusses managing large-scale payroll operations, government legislation lobbying, consultations and practical steps everyone should take to help raise the public profile of payroll.
“This is one payroll podcast every payroll professional should listen to!” – Nick Day
Kate is a renowned lecturer, consultant and writer and a contributing editor for the Global Payroll Association with proven lobbying skills at the highest level developed with government and industry figures. Kate has worked on numerous payroll audits and consultancy projects across multiple industry sectors where she has utilised her extensive payroll industry expertise. With ever-changing new and complex obligations being devolved to employers, Kate is increasingly sought after for her payroll and HR consultancy skills by both agents and employers. Kate taps into her experience of managing one of the largest payrolls in the country (65,000 employees) to help advise on developing high performing payroll and HR teams.
Kate Upcraft is widely respected as an expert on all aspects of payroll and HR legislation and has always worked tirelessly to improve the payroll industry for all. In this episode of The Payroll Podcast Kate takes us all on a journey from her time as payroll manager for one of the largest payrolls in the country to the steps she took to successfully launch her highly-regarded consultancy service.
In her interview with host, Nick Day of JGA Recruitment, Kate provides practical steps in this podcast that could help project your career to the next level. We also discover what motivates Kate, we find out about a forthcoming trip that will whet your appetite, and we uncover a self-confessed truth about Kate that even I had no idea about (because she hides it so well)!
In addition to all of the above, this podcast is jam-packed full of excellent advice, tips, hacks and guidance provided by Kate that we hope you will find motivating, practical, thought-provoking and above all, entertaining!
This Payroll Podcast includes:
- Managing high-profile payroll & HR teams
- Making the transition from HR to Payroll
- How to prepare for the impact of RPA (Robotic Process Automation)
- Advice on more effective networking
- Managing government policy-makers
- How you to maintain your relevance in payroll as the industry changes
- How to mitigate payroll risks when undertaking payroll improvements
- The importance of training and how to ensure your HR or Finance Director supports your quest to develop your skills
- What you can do to help influence change at government policy level
- Why Payroll should be considered a critical function
- Why you should love payroll.
We believe this is one episode that you may want to listen to again and again to take away as much from it as possible. So please save it to your favourites, share it with your friends and subscribe today!
To find out more about Kate Upcraft, where you can sign up for her Kate Upcraft newsletter and learn about the many fantastic health-check, training, keynote speaking and consultancy services she provides, please visit http://kateupcraft.com/.
The Payroll Podcast. For Payroll Professionals. Subscribe Today!
The Payroll Podcast has a primary aim. To cut through the complex legislation, technology and compliance issues that can affect a payroll operation and provide practical tips and advice that you can implement immediately. Over the coming weeks, we will journey through subjects such as GDPR, workplace wellbeing, SaaS, global payroll compliance, leadership, recruitment, best practice, workplace psychology, payroll training, process improvements and career planning and who knows what else! I try to do it with a little bit of humour and with information that I hope can make your payroll function better!
Featuring leading industry experts, we interview Global Payroll Directors, Payroll Trainers, Payroll Managers, Payroll Software Professionals. However, we will also be speaking with Wellness-at-Work Practitioners, HR Managers, the HMRC, CEO’s, Recruiters and even Talent and Leadership Psychologists!
If you wish to get involved with The Payroll Podcast or indeed if you would like to suggest a topic or tell us what you think about it, then please email me at Nick@jgarecruitment.com – I would love to hear from you! You can also Tweet us with your comments!
Thanks for listening!
In the meantime, if you have any payroll or HR recruitment requirements that JGA Recruitment can assist with, please do reach out to us on 01727 800 377 or email Nick@jgarecruitment.com You can also find out more about us at jgarecruitment.com
Previous Podcasts Episodes Include:
Wellness and Working Well by becoming “Super-Human” – with Hari Kalymnios. #04
With Health Awareness month upon us, I felt that this would be a great time to release this podcast as I get to witness first-hand just how stressed payroll and HR professionals are right now and I appreciate the pressures you are facing. In fact, the reality is that across all professions of the industry many employees are working under increased levels of stress.
We are in the grip of a stress epidemic.
However, there is hope! In this episode of the Payroll Podcast, Hari offers efficient and practical steps for changing habitual patterns that may be affecting our state of wellbeing. You will hear about several strategies you can implement right not to improve your wellness.
As our lives get busier and busier, boundaries between work and leisure blur and we spend less time thinking about what we’re putting our bodies through. If you work in payroll or HR, you are probably reading this and thinking “that’s me”!
The reality is that this fast-living is resulting in a pandemic of ‘ill-being’: from general weariness and ‘feeling under the weather’ to prolonged bouts of sickness, lethargy and sharp increases in stress, depression and mental health issues. Cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes and chronic lung diseases are now the four main causes of non-communicable disease death, making up around 70% of all deaths (around 17 million) across the world each year. By the year 2030, the figure will top 24 million.
The way we’re working isn’t working.
Hari teaches listeners on the Payroll Podcast how they can “unlock your inner superhuman” and be “on point” – mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually so you can be the best payroller, HR leader, entrepreneur, employee, colleague, parent, friend or human that you can be. To do this Hari shows you how first, you can need become the master of yourself.
Changing your thinking is the first step towards any change – especially if you want to achieve high performance.
Hari has trained corporates and entrepreneurs across the world to help them achieve improved focus, productivity, resilience, relationships, happiness, health, vitality and energy.
Here is what Phil James (https://twitter.com/philjms), CEO of the Institute of Leadership & Management had to say about Hari’s most recent book, “Working Well“:
“It’s time we took ourselves, that is our mind and bodies more seriously. Working Well asks us to do just that. Read this book, crease its pages, wear it out, share it and most of all act. Do something different and start working well today.”
To find out more about Hari Kalymnios: http://harikalymnios.com/
Hari puts it like this – “train the mind…and the rest will follow”.
The Payroll Podcast. For Payroll Professionals. Subscribe Today!
The Payroll Podcast has a primary aim. To cut through the confusing legislation, technology and compliance issues that can affect a payroll operation and provide practical tips and advice that you can implement immediately. Over the coming weeks, we will journey through subjects such as GDPR, workplace wellbeing, SaaS, global payroll compliance, leadership, recruitment, best practice, workplace psychology, payroll training, process improvements and career planning and who knows what else! I try to do it with a little bit of humour and with information that I hope can make your payroll function better!
Featuring many industry leaders, interviews will include meetings with Global Payroll Directors, Payroll Trainers, Payroll Managers, Payroll Software Professionals. However, we will also be speaking with Wellness-at-Work Practitioners, HR Managers, the HMRC, CEO’s, Recruiters and even Talent and Leadership Psychologists!
This is a niche podcast so if you like the show please subscribe to it, review it (on iTunes) and please, please share it with as many of your payroll colleagues as possible!
If you wish to get involved with the Payroll Podcast or indeed if you would like to suggest a topic or tell us what you think about it then please email me at Nick@jgarecruitment.com – I would love to hear from you! You can also Tweet us with your comments!
Thanks for listening!