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Celebrating Women in STEM

by Heather Bussing We are celebrating Women in STEM with the stories of some of the extraordinary women who work at ADP. As the headlines come out of Silicon Valley highlighting the adversity faced by many women working in tech, something different is happening at ADP. For the past six years, ADP has made DiversityInc’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity. ADP is also one of the Working Mother 100 Best Companies for Multicultural Women, and one of the Anita Borg Institute’s Top Companies for Women Technologists. Here are some of the numbers based on ADP’s US workforce in 2016: 85% of employees use some form of flexible work arrangement 58% of employees are women 56% of new hires are women 52% of promotions go to women 47% of managers and executives are women 21% of employees are multicultural women 18% of promotions went to multicultural women 7% of senior managers are multicultural women Over several weeks in August and early September, I had the privilege of talking to some...

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ADP Takes Home ‘Top HR Products’ Award For Record-Breaking Third Straight Year with Compass

It’s no secret that great leadership is key to business success. But oftentimes, leadership development tools only provide employees with feedback which is not enough to drive change: They need action plans. With this in mind, ADP® created CompassSM, a next-generation 360 growth tool designed to boost employees’ leadership and collaboration behaviors. Compass was designed for leaders and teams to quickly identify unproductive and derailing behaviors and treat them via feedback and personalized, automated coaching. This talent activation solution is extremely easy to implement and use with no disruption to business. It requires no software to install, no integration, no training, no sign up, and no sign in. It puts tools into the employees’ hands and is built for how humans want to use technology. As a result, the solution has demonstrated quantifiable improvement in leadership behaviors that were identified and coached by Compass in a three month period. Further, the assessment requires only minutes of time investment from each leader or collaborator. The solution recently earned the attention...

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Is Your Company Considering Robotics? Find Out How To Get Started!

While robots aren’t likely to take over your job any time soon, it’s becoming more likely they’ll be taking over a lot of mundane individual tasks. The McKinsey® 2017 report Harnessing Automation for A Future that Works reveals that a small percentage of jobs—less than five percent globally—have the potential to become fully automated. However, 60 percent of all occupations have at least 30 percent of constituent tasks that could be automated. Robotics processing automation (RPA) is the use of software to carry out business processes that would normally be done by humans, with the goal of driving efficiencies and savings. RPA has been a significant game changer for organizations and can yield substantial operational benefits. By standardizing and simplifying processes, RPA can free employees from routine and repetitive administrative tasks so they can focus on more strategic pursuits. While many organizations are considering this technology and others are piloting it, it’s sometimes tough to figure out how to get started. Learn more by attending our ReImagine Series webinar...

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Success Stories: Comerica Bank’s HR Transformation

For the past 165 years, Comerica Bank® has followed one guiding business principle: Putting its customers first. The financial services company, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, credits its longevity to its strong focus on building relationships, its conservative principles, and a dedicated workforce of more than 8,000 employees. To better serve its associates and enable them to focus on helping people and their businesses succeed, Comerica Bank realized it needed to streamline HR processes and solve some issues with payroll inaccuracies it was experiencing. After years of having to deal with receiving Corrected Wage and Tax statements due to vendor errors and employees receiving incorrect payroll and policy information from the call center representatives, Comerica turned to ADP for help and became a client in 2012. By implementing ADP® Enterprise HR® and using ADP Comprehensive Outsourcing Services (COS), the company was able to solve its payroll problems, standardize processes and make its HR team a more efficient and cost-effective group. “Prior to ADP, our HRIS system was customized to the...

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Workplace Compliance Spotlight: What Employers Need to Know About The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Wherever you are in the world, if you do business in the European Union and handle EU residents’ data, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to introduce a whole new era of data governance and enhanced requirements on security and personal data processing activities. GDPR represents the biggest change to data protection law in 30 years. Due to come into effect on May 25, 2018, it includes high penalties for non-compliance – up to 4% of a company’s worldwide revenue (or €20m; whichever is higher). So it’s little wonder that 33% of leaders like you are concerned about how data privacy and GDPR will affect their day-to-day business processes*. Watch our third installment in our Workplace Compliance Spotlight webcast series and get critical insights on the upcoming GDPR legislation and its potential impact on your role and global organization, such as: Your new obligations as an employer doing business within the EU, What actions you can start to take now to minimize the turbulence ahead, And why...

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The Next Stone in the Path: My Decades-Long Journey as a Woman in Technology

By Isabel Espina, VP of Enterprise Architecture, ADP and 2016 recipient of Anita Borg Institute “Woman of Vision” award “What’s it like being a woman in tech?” is a question I’m often asked. Throughout my career, the lack of women in STEM-oriented roles has always been very apparent. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, women still account for only 25 percent of full-time workers in computer and mathematical occupations and 14 percent in architecture and engineering.1 When I started my career 30 years ago, this disparity was even more pronounced. I was working in operations for a bank after graduating with my degree in electrical engineering and computer science. Now, as I look back on my career and am celebrating my 20-year anniversary with ADP, I’m happy to say that there has been significant progress. Throughout the past two decades, ADP and I have evolved alongside each other as innovators. Since I was young, I gravitated towards science and math. I loved that these fields provided a problem...

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Updated Wage Garnishment Study from the ADP Research Institute® Examines New Facets of This Workforce Issue

By Julie Farraj, division vice president and general manager, Wage Garnishments and Unemployment/Employment Verification Services for ADP Added Value Services A new 2017 study by the ADP Research Institute® (ADPRI) continues to flesh out the facets of wage garnishment and its impact on employers and their workers.   Based on the anonymous 2016 pay data of about 12 million U.S. workers, this new study reveals that one in 14 of those workers are carrying a wage garnishment and an estimated 12 percent of those with a garnishment have more than one type of wage garnishment. This research also introduced a new metric – the number of wage garnishments per employee, which according to the study averages 1.4 per employee.   The study showed that in 2016, approximately 7 percent of the U.S. workforce had their wages garnished. Of the four types of wage garnishment studied, the highest rate was for child support, followed by “other” general garnishments, such as student debt and consumer loans, tax levy, and bankruptcy.  ...

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SiliconAngle: ADP discovers development benefits of combining virtualization with cloud ‘bursts’

A recent article on siliconAngle.com discusses that agility means more than just speed. It also comes down to flexibility. The cloud provides that flexibility to companies by offering services on demand, and when a company needs more storage or compute, it’s there. When they don’t, those things go away. Combining virtualized infrastructure with the cloud creates an entirely new way of developing information technology products. Juan Gaviria, senior director of technical systems engineering at ADP spoke with host Stu Miniman and guest host Justin Warren of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE’s mobile livestreaming studio, during the VMworld conference in Las Vegas. They discussed how ADP uses the cloud and the company’s development environment. Gaviria explains that customers are turning to smartphones and other mobile devices, and because of this, ADP has refocused on mobile-first technologies. This kind of demand calls for new technologies. Watch the complete video interview here. 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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Duininck Companies: Unifying HR Administration on a Single Platform with ADP Workforce Now®

Duininck Companies is a 90-year-old, family-owned business comprised of a number of industries, from paving and construction to golf courses, resorts, pipe manufacturing and food manufacturing. Connie Stahnke, vice president of HR at Duininck Companies, joined Duininck in 2015 in a newly created role with a mandate to bring all of the companies together on a single platform, which she was able to do using all of the capabilities of ADP Workforce Now. “Having a common platform is a fantastic benefit because it saves me a tremendous amount of time,” Stahnke said. “In my role, I need the common platform to roll up data when I need to present information to the ownership group and to help me with developing strategies for where Duininck Companies is headed. A common platform provides the ability to access data quickly and easily, so we can rapidly respond to changes in the market, and not get left behind.” Read Duininck’s full story here and see how the ADP Workforce Now single-platform solution saves...

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6 Ways an LMS Can Boost Your Sales Team’s Performance

By: Samantha Lang from Litmos by CallidusCloud Across industries, well-trained and professional salespeople are key to inspiring consumers to buy. They’re essential to guiding customers smoothly through the sales cycle and capturing the coveted close. But, given the pace of change in business today, they sometimes lack the latest know-how to get the job done. All too often, onboarding for new hires simply isn’t a thorough enough education to set people up for success. Salespeople are thrown into the job and go one of two routes; they either don’t succeed or they learn to survive on their own via a combination of resourcefulness, formal and informal training, and experiential learning. Shouldn’t there be a more consistent way of ensuring success? The short answer is: yes. A learning management solution (LMS) is the key to keeping sales (and all other job functions) up to speed on the latest products, services, compliance regulations, and company policies and updates. Especially for salespeople, who tend to be driven and ambitious – even a...

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