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ADP and TempWorks Software Offer the ALINE Card to Clients with Temporary Employees and Help Solve Their Payroll Dilemma

Imagine you’re a business that frequently uses temporary employees. Think about the processes you go through to onboard a permanent employee and then – magnify it exponentially. Well, ADP® and TempWorks SoftwareTM have helped solve that problem thanks to the integration of the ALINE Card by ADP® with TempWorks’ back-office software. This integration gives employers a speedy, efficient, automated way to pay temporary staff who want to receive their wages on a paycard. In addition, once employees activate the ALINE Card, they can shop and pay bills in stores, by phone, online and in-apps, and also get cash at banks and ATMs. They also can use the ALINE Card to pay securely with a single touch using Apple Pay®.* “We are excited to offer this new integration for our clients to help facilitate payment for employees,” says David Dourgarian, CEO at TempWorks Software. “At TempWorks, we constantly seek new opportunities to automate back office processes to help our clients increase efficiency. The ALINE Card integration will allow clients to...

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ADP Ranked #1 Among Business Service Peers by Security Magazine

Beating out top consulting firms, defense contractors, and even armored car companies, ADP topped Security Magazine’s “2017 Security 500 Rankings” among business service firms. Since 2009, Security Magazine has sought to identify the best security programs and leaders each year in its global Security 500. ADP has ranked first on the list three out of the past 4 years. Led by Roland Cloutier, ADP Chief Security Officer since 2010, the ADP Global Security Organization has worked closely with clients across the globe for more than 65 years. Expertise from the company’s security professionals is fully integrated into ADP products, business processes, and infrastructure in order to continue earning and strengthening the trust of the more 700,000 clients that ADP helps each year. Security at ADP isn’t just about data—it’s about everything. Working to prevent the next hack, phishing email, or other threat means using digital methods, but also keeping software up to date, educating one’s workforce, helping to physically secure key assets, and having action plans ready to go...

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Meet Addi P!

We are excited to introduce Addison Peoples. Her friends call her Addi P. Addi P will be joining ADP’s team of writers on our blogs SPARK, BOOST, and THRIVE to answer questions, provide insight, and keep you informed about what matters to business, HR, and humans at work. We sat down with Addi to learn more about her and what she’s up to. Here’s a transcript of our conversation. Connect@ADP: Hi Addi! We are so happy you’re here. Tell us a little about yourself. Addi: Hi. I’m a digital character, so I started out as an idea in a Content team brainstorming session, became a cartoon, and now I’m a writer. I’m really happy and kind of relieved to be here. Being an idea felt a little uncertain and I wasn’t sure how I would turn out. I was kind of hoping for more than one outfit, but otherwise, I’m delighted. Connect@ADP: We are too. At ADP, we love seeing great ideas come to life. How do you write...

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Global Payroll Magazine Institute features Theo Curey, President of ADP Global HCM

Global Payroll Magazine Institute featured Theo Curey, President, ADP Global Human Capital Management in the Executive Spotlight of its November issue. The piece discusses how Theo sees the role of the payroll professional evolving and what considerations a company should weigh when evaluating a multinational payroll vendor. “Coming to ADP, for me, wasn’t about payroll—it was about purpose. What I learned, even before I joined, was that the people of ADP are passionate about doing the right thing for their clients. It was their love for what they do that made me want to be part of the team,” says Curey. Read the full story about how Curey serves ADP’s multinational clients with an integrated suite of human capital management solutions including payroll, time and labor management, HR, and benefits. 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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Service-producing Sector Continues to Show Gains in October

In October, the service-providing sector continued its forward momentum while, on a state level, Texas and New York lead in job gains according to the ADP Regional Employment Report. 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 16,980 jobs Florida added 6,960 jobs Illinois added 9,570 jobs New Jersey added 6,510 jobs New York added 19,530 jobs Texas added 25,050 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 (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new...

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ADP Earns Highest Possible Rating on Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 16th Annual Scorecard on LGBTQ Workplace Equality

For the ninth year in a row, ADP® has received a perfect score of 100 percent on the 2018 Corporate Equality Index® (CEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) workplace equality. The CEI, administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, rates thousands of businesses every year. The report evaluates corporate LGBTQ-related policies and practices including non-discrimination workplace protections, domestic partner benefits, transgender-inclusive health care benefits, competency programs and public engagement with the LGBTQ community. ADP’s efforts in satisfying all of the CEI’s criteria resulted in a 100 percent ranking and the designation as a “Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality.” “We’re honored to receive this distinction for the ninth straight year and look forward to continuing to partner with leaders within the LGBTQ community to promote workforce equality and inclusiveness,” said Dermot O’Brien, ADP chief human resources officer. “Providing equality in the workplace for all our employees, including members of the LGBTQ community, is...

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Avoid These Traps When Disciplining Employees

When an employee’s conduct or performance becomes an issue, employers need to take steps to correct the problem and prevent it from reoccurring. This isn’t always easy, and additional problems can arise if you don’t handle the situation carefully. Here are some discipline related pitfalls to avoid: Inconsistency. Disciplinary practices that reflect favoritism, or otherwise treat similarly situated employees differently, can lead to discrimination complaints and decreased morale. Train supervisors on how to enforce your policies and procedures on a consistent basis. Before disciplining an employee, look at how you handled similar situations in the past and make sure decisions are reviewed by more than one individual (such as, HR and an impartial member of the management team). Lack of flexibility. While policies should be enforced consistently, reserve the flexibility to take disciplinary action based on the facts and circumstances of each case. For example, don’t state that a verbal warning will be given for all first offenses no matter how severe. In your employee handbook, make clear that...

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ADP Women in STEM Profile: Soumaia Mawad

By Heather Bussing – Part 2 in the ADP Women in STEM series How does an engineer successfully manage a sales division and a family? Figure out what works and what doesn’t, then do more of the first. When Soumaia Mawad was starting her mechanical and electrical engineering program in college, she could not have imagined running a regional sales division for an HR technology company. But part of being a great engineer is being willing to test and try things until you find out what works best. Soumaia’s approach is simply this: See past your expectations; be open to possibilities you haven’t thought of; then test, evaluate, and be willing to do things differently. Her comprehension of the differences between how you understand things going in and what they really are was crystalized when her family immigrated to the United States from Egypt when she was almost 7. Soumaia and her older sister share the same birthday two years apart. Therefore, that same year, their parents introduced them...

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Tax Reform and the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC): What’s Happening Now?

On November 2, 2017, House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan introduced tax reform legislation, H.R. Bill 1, the Tax Cut and Jobs Act. Within this draft bill, numerous programs are listed for repeal, including the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program (in section 3404). While no one knows the future, one thing is certain: the story is far from over. Here is an overview of the WOTC program and what you can expect next. What is WOTC? WOTC is available to eligible employers who hire and retain certain veterans and people from other target groups who have historically been viewed as facing significant barriers to employment. Businesses can claim tax credits, up to a maximum of $9,600 per eligible employee, depending on the target group eligibility of the person hired and the number of hours worked at the new employer. The WOTC program began on October 1, 1996 and has endured the test of time through several expirations and renewals by...

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Heritage Bank: Managing Growth with a Single, Integrated Platform

Founded in 1927, Heritage Bank, a leading community bank in the Pacific Northwest, is focused on helping its customers build their dreams in their local communities. Shannon Carson, assistant vice president and human resource information system (HRIS) officer for Heritage Bank, joined the company 12 years ago when the bank had about 150 employees. By 2014, as a result of mergers, acquisitions and organic growth, the employee base grew to about 800. Carson discusses the growing pains that accompanied that rapid growth, particularly around trying to scale employee processes and engagement, and how ADP Workforce Now® helped address those challenges. “When we do hire great employees, we don’t want to lose them. With ADP Workforce Now, we’re able to identify patterns or trends as to why people are leaving the company. We can also use that information to monitor levels of engagement.” To learn more about how Heritage Bank managed their rapid growth with a single, integrated platform from ADP, click here. Share this:Click to email (Opens in new...

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