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CPA Practice Advisor Features ADP’s 5 Tips to Help Navigate Pay Equity

CPA Practice Advisor Features ADP’s 5 Tips to Help Navigate Pay Equity

CPA Practice Advisor published an article by Ellen Feeney, vice president and counsel in ADP’s Global Compliance Group,titled “5 Tips to Help Navigate Pay Equity,” which provides accounting firms with some best practices regarding equitable pay practices. “As yet another regulatory deadline looms, you’d think companies would be making EEO-1 compliance a priority. Interestingly, that’s frequently not the case. According to ADP Research Institute® data, when it comes to awareness of the new EEOC requirements, just over half of midsized and nearly three-quarters of large companies are aware of these requirements, but only 20 percent report having a plan in place to manage them. And just about half of companies feel extremely or very confident they will be able to comply with the law by 2018.” Read the entire article at CPA Practice Advisor. 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...

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ADP Blogs: Another More Human Resource

ADP Blogs: Another More Human Resource

by Andy Hilton, VP Communications, Content and Brand We spent the last year creating and building our ADP blogs, publishing new articles every day. With hundreds of posts, the blogs are becoming a great resource to learn about the problems organizations are trying to solve and the upcoming issues they want to understand. The point of our blogs is to become a reliable resource for anyone wanting to explore what is going on with business, people, technology, and work. We hope to start a bigger conversation and connect with people in ways that are more about you and less about us. Here is a little about each of ADP’s blogs. Thrive is for small to medium sized business owners. Thrive focuses on practical information and advice for managing people, maximizing profits, handling operations, marketing and sales, protecting your business, and overall business strategies. Recent articles discuss the right time to launch a business, whether to move to a new location, and how getting involved in your community can also...

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The Client Buzz From ADP Meeting of the Minds 2017

The Client Buzz From ADP Meeting of the Minds 2017

Every year as ADP® MOTM wraps up, I wonder how we’re going to top such a great event the following year. But somehow we usually do! Many of the HR leaders I spoke with at this year’s event have been attending anywhere from five to 10 years now. So what draws them back every year? According to Susan Young, Payroll Director at Southwestern Energy®, it’s the opportunity to learn more about ADP solutions she’s using and new products, as well to develop deeper relationships with ADP team members. Showcasing product innovations at the ADP Booth staffed by 32 ADP associates “My favorite part is meeting other people attending the conference and talking about our challenges,” said Young. “It’s nice to know that you are not alone. I enjoy talking to people and learning new ways to do things.” Tara Klatt, Director of HR Systems at Apogee Enterprises, agrees that building relationships with people who are using the same software and working with similar issues is a huge benefit of...

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The Growing Power of State and Local Workplace Regulations: Employer Compliance Trends, Part 1

The Growing Power of State and Local Workplace Regulations: Employer Compliance Trends, Part 1

During the past several years, state and local laws and ordinances affecting the workplace have grown. Recent legislative activity has continued to add to the growing patchwork of state and local employment laws, creating additional complexity and expense for employers. The multitude of and variances between the state and local laws to which employers are being subjected could result in significant administrative burdens and costs, including tracking legal obligations and confusion on part of employees with regard to their specific rights. What should employers be looking out for in this challenging environment? Join us on April 5th at 11am or 3pm EST for the first event in a 2-part webinar series on these state and local employment law trends and get critical insights and observations on what to expect over the coming years. During this webcast, you will learn about the challenges and the outlook of these top employment law trends: Wage and hour matters (FLSA) Paid sick leave movement Pay equity laws and EEO-1 reporting Health Care Reform...

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ACA Remains the Law of the Land: What Does This Mean for Employers?

ACA Remains the Law of the Land: What Does This Mean for Employers?

“Obamacare is the law of the land…. We’re going to be living with Obamacare for the foreseeable future.” – Representative Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House, March 24, 2017 Speaker of the House Paul Ryan pulled the American Health Care Act (AHCA) from consideration by the House of Representatives, which means the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was not amended and remains the law of the land for the foreseeable future. At this time, there does not appear to be a clear pathway to reviving ACA repeal and replace legislation. But what does this mean for employers? For employers, this means all ACA mandates, requirements, and potential penalties remain in effect at this time. For example, the employer “shared responsibility” mandate and related employer reporting requirements have not been amended and remain in place and enforceable by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). For more insight on the implications of this latest action and what could come next, read Vic Saliterman’s latest article on Spark, Health Care Reform: The Affordable Care...

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