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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 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.

Payroll managers open our Payroll Vault to uncover subjects such as GDPR, Well-Being, SaaS, Global Payroll, HMRC compliance, leadership, effective payroll recruitment strategies, outsourcing, workplace psychology, payroll training, process improvements and career planning. We also find out what payroll professionals would teach aliens! Subscribe to The Payroll Podcast to find out more...

The Payroll Podcast Nick Day - JGA Payroll Recruitment

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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 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.

Payroll managers open our Payroll Vault to uncover subjects such as GDPR, Well-Being, SaaS, Global Payroll, HMRC compliance, leadership, effective payroll recruitment strategies, outsourcing, workplace psychology, payroll training, process improvements and career planning. We also find out what payroll professionals would teach aliens! Subscribe to The Payroll Podcast to find out more...

    Global Touchless Payroll & RPA with Richard Limpkin

    Global Touchless Payroll & RPA with Richard Limpkin

    Global Touchless Payroll & RPA - with Richard Limpkin #59

    Nick Day is joined on The Payroll Podcast sofa by Richard Limpkin, Chief Product Officer at Immedis!

    As Chief Product Officer, Richard possesses over 20 years of focussed experience in the Human Capital Management (HCM) and Global Payroll technology space and over the past 4 years at Immedis, he has been focused on improving the efficiency of the global payroll process for clients worldwide.

    Being at the cutting edge of global payroll tech, I have been keen to welcome Richard to the show so he can bring to life some of the exciting innovations we are going to start seeing infiltrate the global payroll process.

    In this Global Touchless Payroll & RPA episode of the Payroll Podcast, we discover how organisations can achieve global touchless payroll operations, we explore the impact of RPA on traditional payroll and we discuss the future role data and analytics has to play as the global payroll landscape continues to evolve.

    In this “Global Touchless Payroll & RPA" episode with Richard Limpkin, on The Payroll Podcast, we also explore:



    * What is Global “touchless” payroll?  Richard explains the concept.

    * Robotic Process Automation - how it is being used in global payroll?

    * Will RPA change traditional payroll as we know it?

    * How is data and analytics impacting global payroll and its strategic impact on the business/organizations?

    * What are the key differentiators regarding how Immedis approaches global payroll to solve major payroll challenges for organizations?

    * What will be the next big thing in payroll?



    Links highlighted in this “Global Touchless Payroll & RPA” episode are included below:



    * Richard Limpkin LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardlimpkin/

    * Immedis Website: https://immedis.com/our-company/

    * Nick Day, Host of The Payroll Podcast LinkedIn Profile

    * JGA Payroll Recruitment: Leading Payroll Recruiters

    * The Payroll Podcast on Apple Podcasts: iTunes

    * Payroll Podcast Previous Episodes

    * Listen on Podbean



    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

    • 35 min
    HMRC Transforming Payroll in a Pandemic with Joanna Rowland

    HMRC Transforming Payroll in a Pandemic with Joanna Rowland

    HMRC Transforming Payroll in a Pandemic with Joanna Rowland #58



    Nick Day is joined on The Payroll Podcast sofa by Joanna Rowland, Director General, Transformation Group at HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).

    Joanna is an experienced Director General with a demonstrated history of working in the government administration industry. Joanna was also Programme Director for the Making Tax Digital project!

    We discuss how HMRC managed to navigate the rapid changes required in response to the COVID pandemic. We discover how, against a backdrop of highly pressurised circumstances, HMRC successfully managed and responded to the many challenges they faced. From CJRS and changing furlough guidance to rapid testing and national legislation rollouts! 

    This Payroll Podcast relives real-time HMRC events that ultimately led to the creation of new legislation, against extremely tight deadlines, that allowed payroll departments throughout the UK to have the tools, guidance and support required to pay the nation timely and accurately.

    We also discuss the broader digital transformation aims of HMRC and explore why the relationship between HMRC and payroll is closer and more critical now than ever before.

    In this “HMRC Transforming Payroll in a Pandemic” episode with Joanna Rowland, we explore:



    * Joanna's role within the HMRC

    * An overview of the role HMRC plays in relation to payroll.

    * The challenges HMRC faced in interpreting and producing guidance against a backdrop of pressure and time-sensitive challenges.

    * We explore the role HMRC plays behind the scenes when new policies such as CJRS are developed and launched.

    * On February 26th, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, tweeted that he was incredibly proud of the teams within the HM Treasury and HMRC for the systems set up to help pay people's wages throughout this crisis (which had never been created before), and for stepping up to "every challenge they faced".   We find out more about these challenges and how Joanna and her teams overcame them?

    * We find out what was required to ensure the payroll industry could continue to keep the UK paid!

    * Find out about the HMRC digitisation programme and new initiatives to look forward to.



    Useful links from this “HMRC Transforming Payroll in a Pandemic” episode include:



    * Joanna Rowland LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joanna-rowland-fapm-97410378/

    * HMRC Website: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-revenue-customs

    * Visit the following HMRC links for the latest payroll tax codes, calculations and deductions: PAYE for employers - the basics  |  Paying employees and making deductions  |  a href="http://t.sidekickopen03.

    • 22 min
    Payroll Question Time: April Changes for the New Tax Year

    Payroll Question Time: April Changes for the New Tax Year

    Payroll Question Time: April Changes for the New Tax Year #57



    Listen to this special episode of the Payroll Podcast and join SD Worx for this monthly Payroll Question Time, with new host Nick Day. In association with an expert payroll panel, we explore all the key issues currently affecting the world of payroll!

    We discuss the new tax year for 2020/21 which introduces a handful of changes for businesses and individuals, as well the new rules on how certain types of employees should be paid.

    As usual, we dig into the detail to interpret what it all means for businesses in the UK and Ireland, whilst fielding all your questions in real-time via a live Q&A.

    We also update you on planned upcoming legislation changes, including:



    * Payroll changes for the new tax year

    * IR35 and off-payroll workers

    * Payrolling benefits in kind

    * The Single Enforcement Body for holiday pay

    * Workers vs Employees

    * The latest on National Minimum Wage

    * Hot topics



    Our panellists:



    * Simon Parsons, Director UK Compliance Strategies at SD Worx

    * Lou Gray, Head of Transitions and Operations at EY Absolute

    * Samantha Mann, Payroll Legislation Consultant at Armstrong Watson Payroll & Employee Services

    * Kirsty Rogers, Partner, Employment at DWF Law LLP

    * Jon Keeble, Partner, Employment at DWF Law LLP

    * Andy Nicholls, Industry Liaison Manager at The Pensions Regulator



    Our new Payroll Question Time host

    Nick Day, MD at JGA Recruitment.  Nick is a leading authority on issues that affect HR and payroll, and is also the host of two popular podcast shows The HR L&D Podcast and The Payroll Podcast.



    Who should watch?

    All payroll and HR professionals working within the private sector, for mid-market and enterprise organisations.

    Look out for the next episode in May! 

    May Payroll Question Time: The Future of Work

    This month our expert panel is looking at the Future of Work – including how recent legislative changes are bedding in. As usual, we’ll be taking all your questions through our live Q&A.  BOOK HERE



    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

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Payroll Requires Trust. Examining the Speed of Trust with Stephen M. R. Covey

    Payroll Requires Trust. Examining the Speed of Trust with Stephen M. R. Covey

    Payroll Requires Trust. Examining the Speed of Trust with Stephen M. R. Covey #56

    Nick Day is joined on The Payroll Podcast sofa by Stephen M. R. Covey!

    Stephen M. R. Covey is the New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of “The Speed of Trust: The One Thing That Changes Everything”, which has been translated into 22 languages and has sold over 2 million copies worldwide.  Its foreword has been written by Stpehen R. Covey, the Author of the bestselling book "The 7 Habits of HIghly Effective People".

    He is also the co-author of the #1 Amazon bestseller Smart Trust.

    Stephen brings to his writings the perspective of a practitioner, as he is the former President & CEO of the Covey Leadership Center, where he increased shareholder value by 67 times (from £2.4 million to £160 million) and grew the company to become the largest leadership development firm in the world.

    A Harvard MBA, Stephen co-founded and currently leads FranklinCovey’s Global Speed of Trust Practice.

    He serves on numerous boards, including the Government Leadership Advisory Council, and he has been recognized with the lifetime Achievement Award for “Top Thought Leaders in Trust” from the advocacy group, Trust Across America/Trust Around the World.

    Stephen is a highly sought-after international speaker, who has taught trust and leadership in 55 countries to business, government, military, education, healthcare, and NGO entities.

    In this “Payroll Requires Trust. Examining the Speed of Trust” episode with Stephen M. R. Covey on The Payroll Podcast, questions asked include:



    * Developing trust is going to be the key subject for today’s podcast and I think it is especially relevant for those working in senior leadership  related positions right now as organisations strive to maintain engagement, relevancy and stay ahead of the digital curve. So with this in mind, Stephen, I would love to know this – is trust a learnable skill?

    * You say in your book that “Trust is a hard-edged, economic driver” – what do you mean by this?

    * What initiatives do you see trust impacting Trust the most?

    * So, in your view, Is trust earned or is trust given?

    * You say in your book that “Trust is the new currency of our interdependent, collaborative world” – with this in mind, is it possible then to restore trust when it has been lost?

    * You have a chapter in the book which talks about how “Families are organisations too” – I love this concept. Can you bring this concept to life for our listeners?

    * Right now as many businesses evolve to working from home models of management, which requires trust for them to work optimally, what are the four questions you like to ask organisations that you state in your book, often result in “A-Ha” moments as a result!

    * Where is leadership going?

    * What’s the next “big thing?” in the world of Trust and Leadership?



    Links highlighted in this “Payroll Requires Trust. Examining the Speed of Trust” episode are included below:



    * Website: https://www.franklincovey.com/

    * Speed of Trust Audio Book

    * a href="https://www.amazon.com/SPEED-TRUST-Thing-Changes-Everything/dp/1416549005/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the%20speed%20of%20trust%20softcover&qid...

    • 53 min
    Improving Financial Health through Payroll with James Herbert #55

    Improving Financial Health through Payroll with James Herbert #55

    Improving Financial Health through Payroll with James Herbert #55

    Nick Day is joined on The Payroll Podcast sofa by James Herbert, Founder and CEO of Hastee, a revolutionary fintech business that drives financial health and productivity by enabling employees to choose when they receive their earned pay.

    Hastee’s Earnings on Demand platform also provides financial education and management tools as well as rewards and benefits via the Hastee Card; the worlds’ first debit card that gives people dynamic access to their salary as they earn.

    With two-thirds of UK workers affected by personal finance-related stress in 2020, but with less than one in five businesses offering a financial wellbeing programme to combat these challenges and with pay on demand services being a hot topic for payroll professionals right now, Nick thought this would be a great time to welcome James to the show!

    In this “Improving Financial Health through Payroll” episode with James Herbert, on The Payroll Podcast, we also explore:



    * Could you provide us with your outlook on the impact of Coronavirus on workers and ultimately payroll?

    * Pay on Demand services seems to be a hot topic for payroll professionals right now. Despite it being talked about, in a recent CIPP members survey only 12% of 413 payroll professionals surveyed believed pay-on-demand services were an attractive benefit for the workforce. With this in mind, I wondered if you could help explain the benefits of Hastee and how you are set up to help businesses?

    * How does Hastee drive productivity and improve retention?

    * What impact does liquidity have on mental wellbeing?

    * Are there any Hastee success stories you can tell us about that really demonstrates the benefits of on-demand-pay for those still not convinced?

    * Where do you think the responsibility for employee wellness really sits? Do you think wellness should fall under the responsibility of payroll?

    * How simple is Hastee to integrate and use for payroll?

    * How do you view the future of payroll?



    Links highlighted in this “Improving Financial Health through Payroll” episode are included below:



    * James Herbert's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/herbertjames/

    * Hastee: https://www.hastee.com

    * Nick Day, Host of The Payroll Podcast LinkedIn Profile

    * JGA Payroll Recruitment: Leading Payroll Recruiters

    * The Payroll Podcast on Apple Podcasts: iTunes

    * Payroll Podcast Previous Episodes

    * Listen on Podbean



    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!

    • 33 min
    “Is it wrong to say Payroll is exciting?” with Simon Parsons #54

    “Is it wrong to say Payroll is exciting?” with Simon Parsons #54

    "Is it wrong to say Payroll is exciting?" with Simon Parsons #54

    Nick Day is joined on The Payroll Podcast sofa by joined by Simon Parsons, Director UK Compliance Strategies at SD Worx who serve over 70,000 companies with payroll and HR services worldwide!



    Simon has been a major contributor to SD Worx’s payroll expertise since 1984. Besides being influential in the development of SD Worx’s payroll services, he is a major presence on a number of HMRC consultative groups and committees. A fellow of the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals and one of the original Masters of Science in Payroll Management, Simon is a regular author and speaker on subjects related to reward and payroll.



    Simon is also Chair of IReeN, the electronic exchange with government user network, and Honorary Chair of the BCS (the chartered institute of IT) Payroll Specialist Group. He also launched https://payadvice.uk/ in April 2019 to offer a means of fast distributions of breaking news, expertise and guidance – articles which you may be familiar with as we share them regularly in our very own JGA weekly payroll newsletter too!



    Simon has been named in the Reward 300 Hall of Fame lists since their inception in 2009 and has won a number of awards for his services to payroll – which we will find out more about during the course of this podcast!

    In this “Is it wrong to say Payroll is exciting?” episode with Simon Parsons, on The Payroll Podcast, we also explore:



    * As part of the original cohort of the Master of Science in Payroll Management, what is your background and how did you become involved in the payroll developer industry?

    * What have you learned during your payroll career and what is it you love so much about payroll?

    * You are Chair of the BCS Payroll Specialist Group and chair of IReeN. Who do they represent and what do they do?

    * What are the acronyms BIB and PIP?

    * Where do you think the big risk challenges for UK PLC?

    * Is it wrong to say Payroll is exciting - we find out!

    * What are the major challenges and opportunities for the industry going forward?

    * Working for a leading payroll services provider such as SDWorx means you are at the coalface of payroll innovation, so what are the technological innovations you are most excited about?

    * What are the legislative changes do you think will have the biggest impact on payroll operations in 2021/22?



    Links highlighted in this “Is it wrong to say Payroll is exciting?"” episode are included below:



    * Simon Parsons LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/p-simon-parsons-m-sc-fcippdip-mbcs-bb95b713/

    * SD Worx: https://www.sdworx.co.uk/en

    * PayAdvice: https://payadvice.uk/

    * IReeN: https://ireen.net/

    * Nick Day, Host of The Payroll Podcast LinkedIn Profile

    * JGA Payroll Recruitment: Leading Payroll Recruiters

    * The Payroll Podcast on Apple Podcasts: iTunes

    * Payroll Podcast Previous Episodes

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    • 52 min

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