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Creating an Employer Brand that’s a Talent Magnet

Creating an Employer Brand that’s a Talent Magnet

By Liz Gelb-O’Connor, VP, Global Employer Brand & Marketing at ADP® When you consider the ever increasing competition for talent, a strong employer brand to attract and retain talent is more critical than ever. According the ADP Research Institute® study, The Evolution of Work 2.0, 66 percent of employees globally are actively looking or open to a job move. That’s a lot. What makes a strong employer brand? It’s not only showing that your organization “walks the talk,” it’s about building advocacy from the inside out and having your employees reflect your employer brand through their experiences. Although employer brand has a marketing element, it has to be based on what is true and distinct about your company. Candidates should see and experience your brand in every interaction. What’s on your career site and incorporated into your social and digital presence should inspire a connection to your brand and your employment promise. At ADP, we started our employer branding journey almost two years ago. A key milestone was the...

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ADP Benefits: Striving Ahead for Industry and User Benefit

ADP Benefits: Striving Ahead for Industry and User Benefit

By Will Giaconia, VP Benefits Administration As members of the Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association (or LIMRA) electronic data exchange (EDI) working group, alongside Prudential, we are at the forefront of data exchange methodologies and standards. However, it is our latest collaboration with Prudential that we hope will help LIMRA and the EDI working group develop industry standards that benefit everyone. Especially employers and their employees. For much of the insurance industry, evidence of insurability (or EOI) is a critical element, helping employers and carriers ensure that only eligible employees and dependents participate, and helping to keep cost and choice optimized for employees. However, the data exchange processes around this are often outdated, inefficient and can get in the way of these objectives. Together with Prudential, we are changing this. By working together to create real time integration, we hope to eliminate the delays and headaches associated with EOI processing. We believe this is the future of EOI data exchange and are truly excited to be partnering with...

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HR Dive: ADP Uncovers Trends and Insights in Wage Growth

HR Dive: ADP Uncovers Trends and Insights in Wage Growth

HR Dive highlighted results from the ADP Workforce Vitality Report, which found that job switchers experienced less wage growth in Q4 2017 than those who stayed onboard. Some of the key findings in this article: The ADP Workforce Vitality Report shows that job switchers experienced less wage growth in Q4 2017 (3.3%) than those who stayed onboard (4.3%). Job holders earned $10/hr more than job switchers during the quarter. However, ADP analysis of the same group of workers over the past year found that wages for full-time workers who switched jobs grew by 4.9% on average year-over-year, while wage growth for job holders was 4.3% over that same period. Read the article here to get the full story on wage...

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7 Policies & Documents to Review Now

7 Policies & Documents to Review Now

It’s a best practice to review policies, posters, and forms periodically to ensure that they adhere to applicable laws and evolving company practices. Since the New Year typically brings a host of new laws, now is a good time to conduct this review. To help you get 2018 started on the right foot, here are some tips for conducting a successful review. #1: Sexual Harassment Policies Some states, such as Massachusetts and Maine, require employers to have a policy against sexual harassment and to distribute the policy to employees annually. Other states have specific policy requirements as well. In the absence of a state requirement, it is a best practice to have a comprehensive policy that aims to effectively prevent and respond to sexual harassment, especially in light of the wave of complaints that received national attention in 2017. In general, policies should: Clearly state that sexual (and other forms of) harassment and retaliation are prohibited. Define sexual (and other forms of) harassment and include examples of prohibited conduct....

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Hunter Family of Companies Drives Success with an Assist from ADP

Hunter Family of Companies Drives Success with an Assist from ADP

A leader in heavy commercial truck sales and services since 1938, Hunter Family of Companies is proud of its unparalleled customer service and long-standing relationships with premium-quality truck producers, Peterbilt and International. Vice President of Human Resources, Carrie Ginocchi, leads a five-person HR team that’s responsible for 1,000 employees working in 19 locations in four states. When Ginocchi first started to work with ADP seven years ago, her department was challenged to keep up with many manual, time-consuming tasks. She recently sat down with us to explain how ADP Workforce Now® has helped automate those tasks, relieving her team of many paper-based processes and keeping her headcount stable. Read the full story...

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