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Employee Benefit Adviser Shares ADP’s 6 Ways to Encourage Teamwork

Employee Benefit Adviser Shares ADP’s 6 Ways to Encourage Teamwork

Employee Benefit Adviser published an article by Aldor H. Delp, division vice president and general manager of ADPResource®, titled “6 Ways to Encourage Teamwork Among Employees,” which suggests six approaches leaders can use to help employees recognize and hone the power of collaboration in their everyday work lives. “As a business leader, there are natural moments in time to help employees practice their collaboration skills so that when the time comes to call on that ability, they can collaborate quickly and effectively to get the job done. Through the normal rhythm of the work day, employees have natural places of interaction that can serve as teaching moments and enable them to practice collaboration.” Read the entire article at Employee Benefit Adviser. Share this:Click to email (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new...

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Key Questions HR Leaders Need to Address Now!

Key Questions HR Leaders Need to Address Now!

By Susan Hanold, Vice President, Strategic Advisory Services – Talent Management at ADP, PhD More than 400 HR leaders recently descended on Denver to attend the Mile High SHRM Conference, where leading practitioners and speakers shared inspirational stories on human resources. As a speaker at the event, I led a discussion on “HR’s Changing Role” and shared insights into current and emerging issues in human capital management, employment trends, and the evolving role of HR. ADP’s Susan Hanold speaking at the Mile High SHRM Conference in January 2017 According to the ADP® Workforce Vitality report, employees who switch jobs after three to five years are poised for higher wage growth. With that work experience under their belt, those employees are highly marketable but not entirely committed to their current job. In this jobswitcher’s market, HR leaders need to ask themselves the following questions. What are you doing to develop and retain key employees? Many of the HR professionals I met with said they are increasing training opportunities and changing...

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ADP’s Accountant Connect Named 2017 Top New Product by Accounting Today

ADP’s Accountant Connect Named 2017 Top New Product by Accounting Today

AccountingToday has named ADP AccountantConnectSM one of its 2017 Top New Products under the AccountantResources category, and features a description of the new solution in asupplement to its February issue. “Asa portal for your payroll clients, you’d expect it to be pretty powerful — andit is, making it easy to view all your clients in one place and to run in-depthreports and generate forms,” the write-up says. “But it goes well beyondthat, bringing together a host of other tools from strong tax research … to a range of practicemanagement resources.” Read more. Share this:Click to email (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new...

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Looking Ahead: Talent Trends & Key Considerations for HR Leaders in 2017

Looking Ahead: Talent Trends & Key Considerations for HR Leaders in 2017

by Susan Hanold, Vice President, HCM Strategic Advisory Services and Talent Management at ADP, PhD With 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring every day, companies are facing a skills shortage as fewer Generation Xers will remain to succeed them. Wage wars brought on by job-hoppers is compounding the challenge. According to the ADP® Workforce Vitality report, employees with three to five years of tenure get the greatest compensation bump by leaving their current positions. This places tremendous pressure on talent management professionals and recruiters. A recent study from the McKinsey Global Institute found that the world could have a shortage of 40 million college-educated workers by 2020. Further, in advanced economies, nearly 96 million workers may lack the skills needed for employment. What can HR leaders do to recruit and retain skilled workers necessary for their businesses to thrive in 2017? Here are a few things to consider: Reach candidates through social media channels. The perception of your brand and corporate culture can make or break your ability to attract new...

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Taking Unconscious Bias Out of Hiring: ADP Search and Visualization Tool Helps Recruiters Focus on the Right Candidate

Taking Unconscious Bias Out of Hiring: ADP Search and Visualization Tool Helps Recruiters Focus on the Right Candidate

Rita Mitjans, Chief Diversity & Corporate Social Responsibility Officer

The business case for workplace diversity is clear – we live in a world made up of people with different backgrounds and world views, and the companies that reflect this can best meet the needs of their equally diverse stakeholders. Yet, less than half of organizations today say that their diversity and inclusion initiatives are successful.[i] What’s stopping them? One of the most common challenges is not equipping recruiters, or managers, with the ability to be impartial when making hiring decisions – 20 percent of large enterprises do not have the tools to help ensure fair and unbiased resume reviews.[ii] It’s human nature to make quick judgments about people and situations influenced by our cultural environment, preferences and experiences. This natural human tendency of “unconscious bias” can impact a company’s ability to match the best talent for a given role. At ADP, we’re helping organizations take action through Visual Search, a new search and visualization tool that helps to remove factors like gender, ethnicity and pay from the candidate...

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