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ADP Takes 16th Spot on Training Magazine’s Training Top 125 List for 2018

ADP Takes 16th Spot on Training Magazine’s Training Top 125 List for 2018

Training® magazine, the leading business publication for learning and development professionals, has ranked ADP® number 16 on its Training Top 125® list for 2018. The annual list ranks companies’ excellence in employer-sponsored training and development programs. This marks the tenth year that ADP has made the list. “Our new talent activation solution, Compass™, has been invaluable in providing leaders with insight on their approach and ongoing coaching,” said Jill Altana, chief talent officer at ADP. “This honor supports our focus on driving innovation to effectively deliver a fresh, modern learning experience for our leaders, associates and clients.” As part of ADP’s commitment to learning and development, the company invests in developing talent using industry-leading, emerging technologies, together with next-generation practices in adult learning. The goal is to impact business outcomes measurably, directly, and positively. ADP Associates attending the Training 2018 Conference & Expo gala in Atlanta, GA. Pictured from left to right: Whitney Wrona, Tally Butler, Susan Johnson, Jay Punk, Erika Broome, Tracy Larmer, Ellen Vines, Hollis Burnett Now...

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HR Technologist Features ADP’s Linda Mougalian on Creating Inspired Employee Experiences

HR Technologist Features ADP’s Linda Mougalian on Creating Inspired Employee Experiences

Linda Mougalian, ADP® division vice president of product marketing and strategy, recently took part in “HRTalk,” an interview series published in HR Technologist that features leadership at HR technology companies discussing how they are redefining the way HR functions. In the interview, Linda discussed how technology can improve the employee experience and be a competitive advantage for companies. She said, “An employee’s work-life balance is one of the biggest components of their overall life experience and by making the value of work more transparent to them, you can improve engagement and job satisfaction.” According to the ADP Research Institute® study, “Evolution of Work 2.0“, only about one-third of U.S. employees give their companies high marks on career performance, compensation, learning management, onboarding, succession planning and recruitment strategies. ADP is helping clients provide a more compelling employee experience with tools that enhance all of these processes. Recently, we’re taking even greater strides to improve the pay experience with our acquisition of Global Cash Card™. Read more of the interview in...

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8 Ways Social Media Can Land You in Hot Water

8 Ways Social Media Can Land You in Hot Water

The growing popularity of social media brings potential landmines for employers trying to navigate the hiring process and address and manage employee conduct. Here are eight social media practices that may be cause for concern: Learning about protected characteristics on social media and allowing it to influence hiring decisions. Federal, state, and local laws prohibit employers from making employment decisions based on protected characteristics, such as age, race, color, sex, religion, and disability. One of the risks of using social media during the hiring process is the potential for the search to inadvertently reveal this type of protected information. If you intend to use social media during the hiring process, make sure you are taking steps to prevent protected information from influencing decisions (intentionally or unintentionally) and base all decisions on lawful, job-related criteria. Consider choosing someone outside the decision-making process to conduct the searches, give them a list of job-related criteria for which to search, and instruct them to provide you a list of all candidates who meet...

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Marc Rind on Benchmarking: An Important Tool in the War for Talent

Marc Rind on Benchmarking: An Important Tool in the War for Talent

HR Daily Advisor recently published a bylined article by Marc Rind, VP of Product Development and Chief Data Scientist titled, “Benchmarking: An Important Tool in the War for Talent.” It discusses how the insights generated from benchmarking can help employers attract and retain skilled talent in today’s tightening labor market. In the article Rind says, “It’s no secret we are living in a job seeker’s market. With unemployment at a 16-year low, the risk of employees considering other job opportunities is high. In fact, the ADP Workforce Vitality Report found that job switching in the U.S. during the 3rd quarter of 2017 was 27% – an all-time high. Additionally, nearly two-thirds of the global workforce is actively or passively seeking new job opportunities, according to the ADP Research Institute’s study, The Evolution of Work 2.0.” Rind also discusses that as the world of work evolves, so are benchmarking tools. He says that benchmarking was done very broadly in the past but today’s tools include a vast array of job...

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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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