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38 minutes | 9 days ago
How to Navigate Payroll’s Legal Pitfalls
The legal ramifications of improper payroll practices are no joke, but we still found a few laughs during our conversation with Dan Messeloff, Esq., a lawyer and Partner at the law firm of Tucker Ellis. In this month’s episode we discuss how 70% of companies in the US are not in compliance with federal payroll laws. Is your business one of them? Learn how payrollers like yourself can work to safeguard your career, your employer, and prevent yourself from falling into payroll’s most common legal pitfalls.
41 minutes | a month ago
An American Take on Global Payroll
How can someone living and working in the United States branch out into global payroll? We’re joined by Jon Schausten, CPP, Director of Payroll and HRIS at OneAmerica, and APA's 2020 Payroll Man of the Year, who walks us through his journey into global payroll operations. Tune in for tips on navigating language barriers, cultural differences, and where and how to find the tools needed to empower your global payroll career!
40 minutes | 2 months ago
The Evolution of Payroll’s Technological Revolution
It may seem impossible to anticipate how evolving technologies will impact day-to-day payroll operations, but Ian Sparrow, the Vice President for ADP Global Payroll in their Employer Services International division, is here to provide a path through the conjecture. In this month’s episode we discuss how to partner strategy with technology to spotlight payroll professionals, what global leaders like ADP are doing to adapt AI and robotics into their existing practices, and how payrollers can use this unstoppable technology revolution to make their lives easier.
38 minutes | 3 months ago
Data-Driven Storytelling in Payroll
How can data help you tell a compelling story? Dive in with our guest Erin “Iggy” Svoboda, CPP, the Payroll Manager at Clif Bar & Company. We discuss the best tools to get started, the metrics you need to be monitoring, surprising payroll data points, and of course, mullets. Iggy also explores how data helps build a stronger payroll network, and where she expects payroll technologies will expand to in the future. Want to get involved in PayTalk? Follow the American Payroll Association on Facebook for your chance to submit an upcoming Payroll Nightmare!
44 minutes | 4 months ago
Stoking a Passion for Payroll
We’re kicking the new year off with a passion! Our guest Max van der Klis-Busink, RPP, the Global Payroll Solutions Manager at Shell discusses how he keeps his passion for payroll burning bright. Tune in for tips on developing your global payroll career, finding joy in the operational highs, and a heaping spoonful of passionate optimism to jump-start your 2021.
45 minutes | 5 months ago
2020’s Impact on Unemployment Insurance
It’s our final episode of 2020 and we’re talking about the shifting landscape of unemployment insurance with Doug Holmes, the President of UWC – Strategic Services on Unemployment & Workers’ Compensation, and the President of the National Foundation for Unemployment Compensation and Workers' Compensation. We discuss how legislation at the federal and state level has evolved due to COVID-19, how it is affecting employers and payroll professionals, and what you can do to prepare for the next round of changes.
43 minutes | 6 months ago
Farewell 2020: Year-End Prep
It's almost the end of the year — are you prepared? We're joined by Jim Medlock, CPP, Former Director of Education and Training at the American Payroll Association, and Tricia Richardson, CPP, a Human Resources Consultant for Human Capital Management Services Group at RKL, LLP who share their tips, tricks, and advice on how payroll professionals can tackle electronic form distribution, year-end projects, and surviving the final quarter of 2020.
33 minutes | 7 months ago
How Trends Today Help Define the Payroll of Tomorrow
For this month’s episode, we discuss the results of Deloitte’s Global Payroll Benchmarking Survey with Brian Proctor, Principal for Deloitte Consulting LLP and the lead of Deloitte’s Global Payroll and Workforce Management Practice, as well as Susan Leal, Managing Director for Deloitte Consulting LLP and the lead of Deloitte’s advisory services within the Global Payroll and Workforce Management Practice. This episode explores how payroll professionals can leverage these survey results to expand their careers and carve out a seat at the decision-making table. Want to learn more about Deloitte’s Global Payroll Benchmarking Survey? Follow this link.
38 minutes | 8 months ago
Unlocking the Power of Payroll Certifications
For our fifth episode, Unlocking the Power of Payroll Certifications, we are joined by Michael O’Toole, In-House Counsel and Government Relations/Editorial Advisor at the American Payroll Association. Mike is best known as the author of “The Payroll Source,” also unofficially known as “The Payroll Bible” — something Mike is just a touch bashful about. What is he not bashful about? Payroll certifications! This episode features tips on how to prepare for the CPP or FPC, as well as how to use those certifications to maximize your professional impact, from one of the most prolific certification experts in our industry!
30 minutes | 9 months ago
The Era of Payments as Policy: Part Two
For this month’s episode, The Era of Payments as Policy: Part Two, our host Nina Talley is once again joined by our guests William Sullivan, Nacha’s Senior Director & Group Manager of Government & Industry Relations, and William Dunn, CPP, former Director of Government Relations at the APA. They dive into predictions for future Economic Impact Payments, provide insight into the pros and cons of prepaid cards for payments, explore the very real nightmare of physical check distribution during a pandemic, and much more. If you haven’t already heard The Era of Payments as Policy: Part One, make sure to give it a listen as it provides context for this episode.
37 minutes | 10 months ago
The Era of Payments as Policy: Part One
For our third episode, The Era of Payments as Policy: Part One, our host Nina Talley is joined by our guests William Sullivan, Nacha’s Senior Director & Group Manager of Government & Industry Relations, and William Dunn, CPP, the APA’s Director of Government Relations. Our guests have truly unique insights into the development, distribution, and impact of the CARES Act, as well as future Economic Impact Payments. Join us for Part One of this Two Part series that takes a peek behind the curtain at the work that made these payments possible, and explores the intricate intersection where Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments and government regulations meet.
38 minutes | a year ago
Conversations With a Virtual President
For our second episode, “Conversations With a Virtual President,” our host Nina Talley is joined by Lois Fried, CPP, Principal of LKF Consulting and the president of the American Payroll Association. This episode covers how the APA’s newest president began her term virtually (and what it was like being sworn in), the role volunteering and mentorship plays in paving your path to success, and Lois’s insights into how the pandemic will continue to impact the payroll profession in the future. Join us for our second episode to discover the people behind the payroll policies — and to hear their thoughts on how you can prepare yourself and your company for the next global disruption in payroll.
51 minutes | a year ago
The Strategic Payroll Professional
"PayTalk" sets itself apart from other payroll podcasts by uncovering the human side of payroll with global industry leaders, digging deep into personal anecdotes and sharing their unique wisdom. For our first episode, "The Strategic Payroll Professional", our host Nina Talley is joined by two guests: Linda Obertin, CPP: Senior Vice President of Human Resources and a Global Payroll Leader at Wells Fargo, and former President of the American Payroll Association Dimitris Papageorgiou: Managing Director in strategy and consulting at Accenture, focusing on HR and payroll transformation This episode features insights on how to apply strategies from previous service line disruptions to the COVD-19 pandemic, predictions for how data automation and AI will shape the payroll profession for years to come, as well as advice on how to create a seat at the decision-maker’s table to showcase the value that advanced payroll strategy brings to an organization.
1 minutes | a year ago
PayTalk is a new monthly podcast created by the American Payroll Association with the goal of sharing earned knowledge from high-level payroll professionals to the greater industry at large. Join our host Nina Talley as she takes a look at the leaders behind the payroll processes. Whether you’re just starting out in payroll or are a seasoned professional, PayTalk will help uncover the insights needed to unlock the next stage of your career.
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