The Pay Off Podcast

Introducing The Pay Off Podcast

I’m Kate Brown - KeyPay’s Marketing Manager and one of the hosts of The Pay Off Podcast. I moved to Sydney from the UK last year, and when I interviewed for my role at KeyPay, I was told about a workplace culture that I didn’t quite believe could be real.


When I began working for KeyPay, I quickly realised that the stories were true, and that I was beginning to contribute towards a culture that encourages you to try new things, challenges the norm and always asks ‘why?’.


KeyPay was built to challenge traditional processes and change the way people work. So naturally, we’re curious about different approaches to business and what makes people tick.


And that’s exactly how the idea for The Pay Off Podcast was born. I’ve always been an avid podcast listener (mostly true crime, admittedly) and I personally find it easier to absorb information in an audio format (I like to listen to non-fiction books rather than read them - I suppose I really am a millennial). The thought of starting my own podcast has always been at the back of my head but I was never sure of what to talk about or where to start.


Niamh Moloney (pronounced Neeve), my Irish co-host, joined the team soon after me and we instantly bonded over our concerning overlap of podcast show interests and similar dry sense of humour. Niamh is our Partner Success Manager and loves finding out about the way businesses work; she’s awesome at building relationships and thinking of ways to improve partnerships. From chatting to her about our different partners, it became clear that they all have one thing in common - they want to improve and grow their business. 


So - as a payroll software company - we decided to start a podcast that is absolutely nothing about payroll…

We’ve been chatting to inspirational people from lots of different industries about unique approaches to work, different business cultures and how they remain relevant in today’s ever evolving world. In each episode we’ve learned something new about business done differently - and how it pays off (oh - we said it!) - and we want to share our insights with you.


If you’re curious about innovation, trying new things and different approaches to business culture and growth - this podcast is for you. Once you’ve taken a listen to our introduction episode for a bit more context around the series - please explore the other episodes available and have a listen. Episode 1 can be found and summarised here.


We hope you like it - and if you do, please share and subscribe!


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