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Then and Now: Evolution Comes in Waves for HR Technology

Then and Now: Evolution Comes in Waves for HR Technology

Long before cloud computing and mobile apps, HR was consistently inundated with piles of paperwork. But with the evolution of HR technology influenced by the internet, recruitment, record keeping and payroll responsibilities have become drastically simplified, efficient and accurate. Jerome Gouvernel, Vice President for ADP’s Product Incubation Group located in Innovation Labs, explains how HR technology has grown from the dawn of the internet to today and gives us a look into the future. Q: How has the evolution of HR technology changed since before the internet? A: How has it not changed? The advancement of HR technology created a fundamental shift from the purpose of transactional recording. When the ADPs and PeopleSofts [of the world] started coming out and being successful, it was really about recording transactions in a standardized manner. Which at the time was revolutionary, because there was actually no way to standardize a new hire. There was no single place where you could transmit information about a new hire. There were multiple systems or a...

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ACA Best Practices: Avoiding IRS penalties – Why Acting Now Can Save You Penalty Dollars Later

ACA Best Practices: Avoiding IRS penalties – Why Acting Now Can Save You Penalty Dollars Later

Your Forms 1095-C are likely filed and will now be used by the IRS to assess penalties for failing to comply with the Employer Shared Responsibility mandate of the ACA. That’s one MAJOR penalty opportunity scratched off the list. But before you see that assessment, there is a trigger happening now that can alert you to a potential problem: a Marketplace Notice. Early intervention is key when it comes to Marketplace Notices. The sooner you respond, the better chance you have of minimizing their impact. When you receive a Marketplace Notice, it can be concerning – and rightly so knowing they can lead to paperwork and fines depending on the health coverage offered to your full-time employees. If you understand the implications of receiving a notice, you can be ready to handle the situation in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible. But first things first: do you know what this notice is? Will your locations know it if they receive one? And what should you do with it?...

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From Hire to Retire to Compliance? ADP’s CFO on Why Compliance Has Never Been More Important

From Hire to Retire to Compliance? ADP’s CFO on Why Compliance Has Never Been More Important

If it seems like there are a lot of new regulations lately, you’re right. Last year alone, the U.S. Federal Register logged 3,378 final rules and regulations, from the IRS, FLSA and DOL. And many of these regulations impact businesses – and specifically touch at least one aspect of the “hire-to-retire” spectrum. In other words, if your job description includes payroll tax, employment verification services, wage garnishments or benefits administration, your job description should also include compliance. Despite the increasing volume of regulations and potential impact on businesses, there is still a lack of action, and in some cases, understanding, on what needs to be done to comply. Consider these stats: According to ADP research, only 25 percent of small businesses and 50 percent of midsized business are aware of new federal overtime requirements, which are currently set to go into effect on December 1, 2016 via FLSA. For ACA, the ADP Employer Confidence Report found that more than half of midsized companies (52%) and nearly half of large...

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Payroll as Pain vs. Payroll as Pleasure: A Chat with Andrews and Company

Payroll as Pain vs. Payroll as Pleasure: A Chat with Andrews and Company

Ask any business owner and you may find that one of the first things they did when starting their business was retain the services of an accountant. Such a partner isn’t there just to help with taxes, but to serve as a trusted advisor who can provide solid advice on managing cash flow, planning for growth, assessing risk and, in many cases, helping with payroll and other HR activities. Because of the advisory nature of their relationship with clients, accountants today have a lot more on their plates than they ever did before. In fact, with the onset of the Affordable Care Act, recent changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act, and ever-changing payroll regulations, I’m seeing that many more small to midsized accounting firms (with five to 15 employees) are thinking about referring out their payroll business or stepping away from offering payroll services completely. The reasons they’re citing? Lack of time and the complexities of keeping up with payroll tax changes and other related compliance issues. Accountant...

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ADP Makes Selling Power’s 50 Best Companies to Sell For – 2016 List

ADP Makes Selling Power’s 50 Best Companies to Sell For – 2016 List

At ADP, we always talk about how we can help enable “a more human resource.” Of course, this statement is intended to be the guidepost for how we interact with our clients day in and day out. Every part of that interaction is important, but one could argue that a client’s first impression of working with ADP is one of the most meaningful indicators of their future relationship with us – and that relationship most often starts with the ADP salesforce. So naturally, ADP views our salesforce as an integral part of how we deliver value to every new prospect and client. Not only that, it makes being in sales at ADP a rewarding experience. Clients of all sizes want a company they can trust to take care of their people and deliver market-leading solutions, like the ones ADP is known for worldwide. That’s what our sales teams bring to the table. Today, I’m pleased to share that ADP was selected for inclusion in the ultimate “best place to...

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