Money matters: the future of payroll
This webinar, in partnership with ADP, explores how financial wellness programs and flexible payment options can be mutually beneficial for both employers and employees. The session highlights how by offering modern payment options, employers can help to differentiate themselves in a competitive labour market.
Gabrielle has worked at ADP for almost four years, in her current role she is responsible for tailoring and activating the EMEA marketing plan to fulfil the business objectives in the UK and Northern Europe. In her spare time Gabrielle love’s to travel, meet new people and explore new places.
Claire is a Sales Executive at ADP in the Multinational Corporations Sales division and leads a team of 12 Global Sales Managers in France and the UK. The team are responsible for selling ADP's Human Capital Management, Payroll and Time & Attendance Solutions to Global SME’s to Large Enterprises. Claire’s role as a sales leader is to grow sales revenue, sales forecasting, ensuring best practice in end to end sales processes, recruitment and employee development. Claire reports direct to the Vice President of Sales for EMEA, APAC and LATAM.
James is a District Manager based in Reading. He works with organisations of different sizes and industries to help improve their Payroll & HR processes to become more efficient and mitigate risk. James enjoys meeting a diverse range of HR and Payroll professionals and working collaboratively with them to help solve their business challenges.
James is in his first year at ADP but has been working in the HCM Industry for more than three years. Before entering the world of HCM James studied Architecture at the University of Liverpool. In his spare time James likes to travel, and experience the different architecture, culture and history the world has to offer. James also likes to spend time with family and friends and going exploring on dog walks!
With 15+ years’ experience in HR and reward, Tim has been at the forefront of innovation in the industry. Prior to nudge, Tim started his career as one of the founding team of Thomsons Online Benefits, the global benefits platform that brought benefits online.
In the space of just three months in 2012, the UK saw not one, but two, once-in-a-generation legislative changes hit the world of personal finance. The first, Auto Enrolment changed the pay and savings of over 10m people and the second, RDR, removed access to financial advice for 20m at exactly the time the most needed it.
Tim recognised that people now had an unprecedented level of responsibility for their money but didn’t have the confidence or knowledge they needed. They were crying out for help and that’s where the idea for nudge was born – a service filling the void between doing nothing and expensive financial advice.
Since then, nudge has grown rapidly, supporting almost half a million people to improve their financial wellbeing and create brighter financial futures for themselves and those they love.
Lauren Brown is a staff writer on People Management magazine and co-host of That HR Podcast.