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ADP and ZipRecruiter Team to Bring Top-Tier Recruiting Strategies to Small Businesses

Finding great talent can be one of the toughest parts of running a small or midsized business. When you consider that unemployment is at a 17-year low and that job switching is at an all-time high, the task of recruiting top talent can look daunting. Unlike large organizations that have many resources dedicated to hiring, small business owners are often handling it on their own, in addition to many other HR tasks. Recruiting can end up taking valuable time from business owners and hiring managers that could instead be used to boost sales, engage employees and help customers. According to small business owners surveyed by ZipRecruiter® in 2017, 90 percent of respondents reported that candidate quality and availability are their biggest roadblocks when it comes to hiring.1  This is why I am excited to announce that we are teaming with ZipRecruiter to help our small business clients connect with the right candidates quickly. Through this partnership, we are bringing ZipRecruiter’s sophisticated matching technology to the more than 500,000 small...

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Data-Driven Insights Can Help Reduce Costly and Disruptive Employee Turnover

In today’s tightening labor market, recruiting and hiring skilled talent isn’t the only challenge employer’s face. The other, equally important, consideration is employee retention. This is especially important amid a 17-year-low for unemployment and increasing market incentives for job-switchers. The ADP Research Institute® (ADPRI) recently published a report, “Revelations from Workforce Turnover,” which found that more than 60 percent of employee turnover is voluntary. Using aggregated and anonymized payroll data from more than 41,000 companies and 12.5 million employees, ADPRI identified that, on average, five percent of U.S. employees leave their jobs every month and more than 40 different factors can contribute to their decision to leave. Day-to-day, business and HR leaders witness firsthand the challenges and costs associated with voluntary employee turnover. This includes hiring and training new workers, managing employees through temporary capacity gaps during vacancies, and surviving the loss of valuable institutional knowledge. These are difficulties employers have simply come to accept as the byproduct of turnover. But what if there was a solution? The ADPRI...

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Synchronizing your Employee Data Just Got Easier for Oracle HCM Users

By Yan Courtois, Modulus Data – an ADP Marketplace partner In today’s dynamic economy, company culture and employee engagement have never been so important. Providing your employees with easy access to their pay, retirement accounts and more, requires data integrity. HR professionals are often challenged with maintaining accurate employee data across multiple systems, often manually re-entering the same employee data from one system to the other. It can result in the loss of several days of HR productivity each month as well as manual mistakes. If you are an Oracle HCM user and want to ensure that employee data, demographics, departments and legal entities are in synchronization with your payroll solution, you must leverage data integration to make this happen. There’s good news for organizations using Oracle HCM. Pre-built “connectors” can allow you to automatically integrate with ADP Workforce Now®. Organizations can leverage the solutions that are best for their organization and benefit from data integration technologies that transform the way HR generalists make decisions about the systems they...

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Complimentary Webinar – A New Compliance Challenge: The General Data Protection Regulation

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) represents a huge shake-up – it is the biggest change to data protection law in three decades.  The GDPR is intended to synchronize data privacy laws across Europe, improve data security for EU residents, require notification of personal data breaches, and penalize companies for insufficient compliance. The regulation is expected to come into effect on May 25, 2018. Please join us on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 12:00 PM ET to take a deep dive into this new regulation, understand the risk of non-compliance, and learn a practical approach to administer the requirements throughout your organization. Cécile Georges, ADP Chief Privacy Officer, Global Compliance will take you through these key learning objectives: The basics of the new regulation affecting any company doing business in the European Union (EU) or processing EU resident’s data What companies can expect from their vendors How to start with a gap assessment, engage the right stakeholders and implement technical and organizational measures in order to be compliant with...

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Accounting Professionals Can Make Themselves Invaluable to Clients with New Tax Reform Resources

You can’t read the news today without seeing an update on how the new tax reform legislation will impact employers and their employees. It’s become a burning business issue. And not just for business owners. Accounting professionals also are trying to bone up on all the nuances of the new law so they can use that new knowledge to enhance their value as strategic advisors to their clients. ADP® is trying to help them do that by beefing up its CCH® Resource Library with a wider array of tax resources, tax news, guidebooks, and Continuing Professional Education (CPE) webcasts. The need for information is even more piqued considering that tax season is here. Working closely through its association with Wolters Kluwer® / CCH, ADP has added a variety of tax reform materials to Accountant ConnectSM that includes on-demand, self-study CPE courses and live CPE webcasts on Tax Reform; a Tax Reform Key Facts and Figures summary card, and other useful tax briefings. An online guidebook on the Tax Cuts...

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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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ADP has “Turned the Innovation Corner” as a Next-Gen HCM Vendor according to Holger Mueller, Vice President and Principal Analyst at Constellation Research

According to a new vendor profile from Constellation Research, a Silicon Valley-based research and advisory firm, ADP’s complete suite of human capital management (HCM) solutions is a leader in helping enterprises navigate the barriers to doing business in today’s global economy. Holger Mueller, vice president and principal analyst at Constellation Research, is one of the leading industry analysts in the HCM space. He provides guidance to decision makers and produces vendor profiles available to Constellation Research clients. In this report, he positioned ADP as an innovative, next-gen HCM vendor. He said that ADP has “turned the innovation corner” and highlighted ADP’s drive for innovation and competitive positioning beyond payroll, “largely thanks to a decisive innovation drive that has jolted ADP’s push into competitive, 21st century HCM products.” The report also includes Holger’s perspective on the major differentiators for ADP compared to the market, based on conversations with enterprise decision-makers and software selection exercises. He calls out Big Data, User Experience, Scale and Global Presence, Humanity Behind Technology and others...

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From Payroll Novice to Pro with the Help of ADP’s Dedicated Account Manager

Ellen Jefferson Kearney is the benefits, compliance, payroll and HRIS manager for PowerTeam Services, a company based in North Carolina that provides natural gas and electric transmission and distribution services through its six operating companies across 30 states in the country. Ellen joined PowerTeam Services in January 2017 with ample experience in benefits, but none in payroll. And while she received assistance from the vice president of HR – the only other corporate HR employee at the time – they agreed they needed a more dedicated support system to help Ellen navigate the complex world of payroll. The solution? ADP Workforce Now® and an ADP® dedicated account manager. Because PowerTeam Services has over 150 employees, they were eligible to have an ADP dedicated account manager to help them with their human capital management (HCM) needs. Click here to hear from Ellen about her experience working with her dedicated account manager Amadou and their successful journey together. Share this:Click to email (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens...

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Ahu Yildirmaz on TradeTalks: What’s Happening with Jobs and Wages?

Ahu Yildirmaz participated in the first interview of a new monthly series on jobs and wages that will feature the ADP Research Institute® on NASDAQ’s digital show, TradeTalks.  Global Markets reporter Jill Malandrino sat down with Ahu to discuss the current state of the labor market. Watch the video now:   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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Regional Hiring Stays Strong as We Enter 2018

We saw continued strength in regional hiring for the start of 2018.  The bulk of jobs were added in the service-providing sector, with trade posting significant gains, according to the ADP Regional Employment Report. While the goods-producing sector was strong in many areas, it declined in Illinois and New York. 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 33,300 jobs Florida added 18,100 jobs Illinois added 8,100 jobs New Jersey added 6,400 jobs New York added 12,400 jobs Texas added 28,800 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: Share this:Click to email (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn...

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