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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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Follow the Leader! ADP Ranked by NelsonHall as a “Leader” in Benefits Administration Services

NelsonHall,a global business process outsourcing (BPO) and IT services analyst firm, hasrecognized ADP® as a “Leader” in benefitsadministration for the third consecutive year. NelsonHall’sEvaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) evaluates vendors on two keydimensions: ability to deliver immediate benefits and ability to meet clients’future requirements. Those companies identified in the Leaders’ quadrant,the highest category, scored well on a combination of analyst assessments andfeedback from vendor clients. Whencompared to 11 other benefits administration vendors in the health and welfare(H&W) market, ADP was ranked among the top two providers. NelsonHallhighlighted ADP’s ability to leverage its Strategic Advisory Services group tohelp clients with their benefits strategy, as well as the “tight integrationand alignment” of ADP’s global payroll capabilities with its global benefitsoffering. Theanalyst firm also recognized ADP’s user experience, which leverages consumershopping concepts with content organized to facilitate engagement and deliveron the moments that matter to employees. “ADPhas a proven track record year over year in delivering comprehensive H&Wservices to clients as part of a cohesive human capital management (HCM)experience,” said Amy Gurchensky,...

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ADP Takes Top Honors for Best Payroll Outsourcing Partner and Best Payroll Software in India

The World HRD Congress, a leading HR event for businesses in Asia, has honored ADP’s payroll solutions with two of its annual Human Resources Vendors awards: ‘Best Payroll Outsourcing Partner’ and ‘Best Payroll Software’. The vendors nominated were evaluated by the World HRD Congress’ academic council and executive council, which includes senior leaders from the HR industry. Nominees were then graded on an overall scale to eliminate extreme scores and “normalize” results. “We evaluated 208 HR technology vendors for various award categories this year and ADP stood out as the clear industry leader in providing payroll services to businesses in India both in an outsourcing model and with its cloud-based solutions,” said Dr. R.L. Bhatia, founder of the World HRD Congress and World CSR Day. “We are honored that our global payroll expertise has been recognized with these two awards from such a prestigious organization,” said Charles Ferguson, president of ADP’s Asia Pacific business. “ADP strives to deliver superior value to our clients, and we’re pleased that our innovative...

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USA Today Highlights Workforce Vitality Report Data

In an article titled “Tight labor market giving more Americans career clout,” USA Today leverages recent ADP Research Institute data from our Workforce Vitality Report highlighting that the tightening labor market is creating an opportunity for job switchers to increase their wages. “About half a million U.S. workers left one job for another in the fourth quarter, up from 406,000 in the same period in 2015 and 365,000 two years ago, according to estimates by private payroll processor ADP. That trend largely has been reported by the Labor Department and reflects a more vibrant job market. But ADP, which, unlike Labor, can track employees as they move among jobs, also finds that more of them are shifting into new sectors, such as a marketing manager who leaves retail for finance. In eight of the 10 major industries tracked by ADP, the share of job-switchers who came from a different industry increased from late 2014 to late 2016 while the share swapping jobs within the same industry fell. That’s up...

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Employment & Benefits Trends and the New Administration

Employment and benefits trends are constantly evolving and this past year was no exception. Additionally, many employers are still grappling with new compliance challenges enacted in recent years, and unresolved legislative priorities from past years have been brought to the forefront as the first year of the new administration begins. What should employers expect in this new environment? What benefits trends should employers watch out for that can help them turn their benefits into a business asset? Watch our latest webinar and get critical insights into these questions and observations on what to expect over the coming year. During this webcast, you will learn about: Top employment law trends: o Wage and hour matters (FLSA) o Paid sick leave movement o EEO-1 reporting Top benefits trends: o Changes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and other regulatory updates from the new administration o Needs of the multi-generational workforce o Benefits as a strategic differentiator for top talent o How technology ties in Share this:Click to email (Opens in new...

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Retailers: Are you Optimizing your Workforce?

In today’s hyper-competitive and complex retail business environment, employers need an edge. Having the right people, in the right place, at the right time can make or break the success of your retail location. But that’s easier said than done when you’re busy dealing with growing competition, shrinking margins and providing customers with a stellar brand experience. From inaccurate planning and missed sales opportunities to reputational damage, when your scheduling doesn’t match demand, the customer experience suffers — and so does your bottom line. Without the right data-driven management practices in place, it’s hard to sustain a loyal employee team focused relentlessly on customers. Consider what happens when you don’t align employee schedules to customer demand: Understaffing leads to long lines and unhappy customers. Ultimately, sales can suffer. On the other hand, with too many employees, you can exceed your payroll budget and miss the mark on productivity goals. Join us for a webinar on March 1 to learn how to better optimize your workforce. The webinar will be...

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Closing the Gap: Using Data to Achieve Internal and External Pay Equity

Achieving pay equity is top-of-mind for organizations, especially in light of increased scrutiny and enforcement from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). Pay equity is also necessary to support various business goals for leaders as an essential part of effective human capital management. The complexities in the regulations and the sheer amount of pay data that exists – internally in every company and externally in the market – can make it difficult for leaders to develop policies to promote and realize pay equity. On February 28th, join our panel of experts who will delve deeper into Bloomberg BNA and ADP’s conversation surrounding the role of human capital management in enterprise value. Our speakers will discuss how to manage and utilize the data you have available to you in order to meet your goal of pay equity, answering questions including: What does pay equity mean, and how does it benefit your business beyond just regulatory compliance? How do you measure internal versus...

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More than 10 Million Employees Use ADP® Mobile Solutions App to Stay Engaged with Work

With estimates indicating that in 2020, 1.75 billion, or 42 percent, of the talent around the world will be a mobile and global workforce, it is safe to say we are experiencing a major shift in the way people work.[1] As a result, organizations are faced with competing dynamics in managing their people. On one hand, companies have a larger talent pool from which to hire. Yet on the other,they must work harder than ever before to keep employees engaged. What we do know is that engaged employees matter – the data shows that businesses with high employee engagement have 21 percent higher productivity.[2] As HR leaders look for ways to increase engagement, it is important to consider this growing mobile and global workforce. With more than 10 million individual employees using it across 175 countries, ADP Mobile Solutions is a prime example of how mobile apps can help HR leaders engage their associates. For example, by deploying the app, one of our clients, which operates in more than 30 states,...

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Things Your Company Should Consider as New Overtime Rules are Put on Hold

In May last year, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) released final regulations that modified certain provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Specifically, the final regulations increased the minimum salary required to be earned by an employee in order for that employee to be exempt from the FLSA overtime requirements. While these regulations are in flux, the FLSA is here to stay! No changes have made, or even proposed, that affect the need to properly classify employees into exempt and non-exempt categories, pay overtime wages to non-exempt employees working more than 40 hours in a workweek, and a host of other FLSA requirements. And that’s just at the federal level. States and municipalities increasingly are entering the field and creating their own wage and hour requirements. It’s natural to ask: What should my business be doing? Listen to our event and get critical insights on things your company should consider as the new overtime rules are put on hold. During this webcast, you will learn about:...

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The Golden State Leads Regional Hiring in January While Goods-Producing Sector Experiences Strong Growth

According to the ADP Regional Employment Report, California lead hiring with 24,000 jobs in the month of January; the bulk of which were in the service-providing sector. Up from last month, the goods-producing industries were strong in January with positive gains across all 6 regions on average. The ADP Regional Employment Report is produced by ADP®, a leading global provider of Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions, in collaboration with Moody’s Analytics, Inc. Here is a closer look at the regional numbers: California added 24,000 jobs Florida added 18,600 jobs Illinois added 11,300 jobs New Jersey added 4,300 jobs New York added 11,600 jobs Texas added 22,900 jobs Broadly distributed to the public each month, free of charge, the ADP Regional Employment Report measures the change in regional and state nonfarm private employment each month on a seasonally adjusted basis. For more detailed information, please visit: http://www.adpemploymentreport.com/ 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...

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