Fidelma McGuirk

Fidelma McGuirk

Fidelma McGuirk is founder and CEO of Payslip, see Payslip is a Global Payroll platform that automates the management of international payroll. Payslip enables HR Directors to consolidate global payrolls, achieve centralised reporting compliance and data protection, and deliver useful insights and real control to the business. Payslip clients are multi-national employers, growing aggressively in more than five countries. Prior to Payslip, Fidelma has over 18 years’ experience in international business. Having worked in Irish telco Eir in HR, she later led as Director of International Operations and as CEO. Fidelma studied her Bachelors in Business & German and Masters in Business in Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland & University of Regensburg, Germany. Fidelma trained as a certified Data Protection Officer.

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