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Michael Pires

Michael Pires is president of the HR and Payroll Services division at JetPay Corporation (NASDAQ: JTPY). With more than 20 years of experience in human resources management, technology and outsourcing, Pires has a track record of defining new markets and business models, acquiring companies, developing talent, and launching highly scalable SaaS products and services.

Recent Posts

Payment Services

Posted by Michael Pires on Jan 11, 2018 2:05:00 PM

The Talent for Finding Great Talent

Savvy business owners and leaders realize that the most critical element of their success is their people. The question becomes how to attract (and retain) the best employees to your organization. So...
Posted by Michael Pires on Feb 7, 2018 9:50:00 AM

HR Policies Save You Time, Money and Heartache

After an exhaustive search, you hire a seemingly perfect candidate only to find a proverbial skeleton hiding in the closet. At best, that means heading back to square one. At worst, something happens...

Human Capital Management

Posted by Michael Pires on Jan 11, 2018 2:05:00 PM

The Talent for Finding Great Talent

Savvy business owners and leaders realize that the most critical element of their success is their people. The question becomes how to attract (and retain) the best employees to your organization. So...
Posted by Michael Pires on Feb 7, 2018 9:50:00 AM

HR Policies Save You Time, Money and Heartache

After an exhaustive search, you hire a seemingly perfect candidate only to find a proverbial skeleton hiding in the closet. At best, that means heading back to square one. At worst, something happens...

Leadership

Posted by Michael Pires on Jan 11, 2018 2:05:00 PM

The Talent for Finding Great Talent

Savvy business owners and leaders realize that the most critical element of their success is their people. The question becomes how to attract (and retain) the best employees to your organization. So...
Posted by Michael Pires on Feb 7, 2018 9:50:00 AM

HR Policies Save You Time, Money and Heartache

After an exhaustive search, you hire a seemingly perfect candidate only to find a proverbial skeleton hiding in the closet. At best, that means heading back to square one. At worst, something happens...