Tiffany Haynes

Tiffany Haynes has been with Jack Henry & Associates since 2002 and has more than ten years of experience in the project management and Human Resource industry. As the General Manager of Human Resources and Payroll, she has the opportunity to help evolve the organization, provide organizational and team guidance, and share inspiring knowledge within the talent acquisition, learning and development, and talent management/leadership space. Tiffany holds a Bachelor of Science in Management and MBA from Missouri State University, is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Project Management Professional (PMP), and Professional Scrum Master. When she’s not working, Tiffany enjoys living life with her husband and three young boys.

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Company Culture – Where Philosophy Meets Action

Posted by Tiffany Haynes

Tue, Nov 20, 2018 @ 02:30 PM

Culture matters. At JHA we understand the critical role culture plays in our current and future success.

First, let’s define culture. I love Daniel Coyle’s definition because it’s simple: “Culture is not something you are, it’s something you do.”

We have been doing lots of things lately. Our culture is unique to us, but it is also evolving. JHA started many years ago and has grown tremendously – all while retaining our core philosophy, “Do the right thing, do whatever it takes, and have fun.”

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Topics: Fintech, FI Operations

4 Tactics to Unleash the Digital Survivalist in You

Posted by Tiffany Haynes

Wed, Mar 21, 2018 @ 09:03 AM


If you were to thumb-scroll through my inbox, you’d see close to a dozen vendor emails each day, desperately trying to disrupt technology as it relates to people. It runs the gamut from the sure-fire engagement fix, the cloud solution one can’t possibly live without, or a talent assessment that guarantees to screen out the ill-equipped. I’ve come to adore our one-click unsubscribe feature and toss them into the abyss.

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Topics: Digital, FI Operations

The Trust Equation

Posted by Tiffany Haynes

Wed, Aug 31, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

I was recently discussing our talent management strategy process with a consultant and he shared a memorable trust formula:


This resonated with me because I was able to flip through my personal and professional relationships like an old Rolodex and think about who I trusted and who I didn’t. I could think of a name and then pinpoint what portion of the equation was missing.

Think about what each of these variables mean to you.

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Topics: User Centricity

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