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3 Factors for Improving Employee Engagement

3 Factors for Improving Employee Engagement

The problem in talent today is that we don’t focus on engagement where engagement lives: on teams and with team leaders. We’ve been so focused on managing talent that we have overlooked how to activate talent – which starts with where work is actually happening. The ADP Research Institute study Fixing the Talent Management Disconnect reveals that the number one reason people choose to leave a midsized company is due to a poor relationship with their direct manager. Further, the Gallup report, State of the American Manager estimates that 70% of variation in team performance is due to the team leader. Let’s face it, people don’t always become managers because they want to lead others. Managing a team is frequently added to one’s responsibilities as they excel at their role and progress through their career. But people who are good at their job, aren’t always good at managing others so they need to be given the tools and education on how to better lead and engage their workforce. In...

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Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Strategies for Wage Garnishment Compliance

Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Strategies for Wage Garnishment Compliance

Wage garnishments – the legal seizure of employee pay to settle debts like child support payments, tax levies, and student debt – are impacting many U.S. employees. In fact, one in 14 such workers is carrying a wage garnishment and an estimated 12 percent of those with a garnishment have more than one type.* But many organizations still overlook wage garnishments and view them as an obscure and complex aspect of business. Even as employees are confronted by the stress of having their wages garnished, you as their employer are saddled with the compliance burden and stress of managing those wage garnishment transactions. Employers that fail to comply with garnishment orders can face costly penalties. Watch the next installment in our Workplace Compliance Spotlight webcast series and receive critical insights on the business impact of wage garnishments and strategies for achieving wage garnishment compliance. During this webcast, you will learn about: Latest wage garnishments data and trends available in protecting employee wages and garnishments reporting Different types of wage...

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Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Strategies for Wage Garnishment Compliance

Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Strategies for Wage Garnishment Compliance

Wage garnishments – the legal seizure of employee pay to settle debts like child support payments, tax levies, and student debt – are impacting many U.S. employees. In fact, one in 14 such workers is carrying a wage garnishment and an estimated 12 percent of those with a garnishment have more than one type.* But many organizations still overlook wage garnishments and view them as an obscure and complex aspect of business. Even as employees are confronted by the stress of having their wages garnished, you as their employer are saddled with the compliance burden and stress of managing those wage garnishment transactions. Employers that fail to comply with garnishment orders can face costly penalties. Join us on November 29th for the next installment in our Workplace Compliance Spotlight webcast series and receive critical insights on the business impact of wage garnishments and strategies for achieving wage garnishment compliance. During this webcast, you will learn about: Latest wage garnishments data and trends available in protecting employee wages and garnishments...

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Recruiting Trends: Passive vs. Active Jobseekers: Report Uncovers a Big Disconnect

Recruiting Trends: Passive vs. Active Jobseekers: Report Uncovers a Big Disconnect

Recruiting Trends highlighted findings from the ADP Research Institute’s® Evolution of Work study, which found that while only 24 percent of employees are actively seeking a new job, 42 percent said they’re not actively looking, yet are open to considering a new position. Ahu Yildirmaz, Co-Founder of the ADP Research Institute says “Employers are definitely overestimating the number of active jobseekers and underestimating the number of passive seekers.” Why are so many organizations underestimating the number of passive jobseekers within their ranks? Yildirmaz says it’s because they’re more focused on attracting new talent than on retaining and engaging the talent they already have. “If you think about the talent cycle, it’s not just about attracting new candidates, but keeping your existing employees, too,” she says. Read the full article 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 window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new...

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ADP® Workforce Vitality Report Q3 2017 Shows Deceleration in Wage Growth

ADP® Workforce Vitality Report Q3 2017 Shows Deceleration in Wage Growth

According to the ADP Workforce Vitality Report, overall wage growth increased by 1.7 percent year over year across all industries in the third quarter of 2017 and is slower than the 2.6 percent growth in wages reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The ADP Workforce Vitality Report tracks the same set of workers over time, which provides a more insightful picture of wage growth than overall wage growth. This set of workers includes job holders, who stayed in their same job for at least one year, and those who changed jobs, referred to as job switchers. Key indicators from the report include: Job holders’ wages grew by 4.4 percent and job switchers’ wages grew slightly less by 3.3 percent year over year in the third quarter On average, job holders’ hourly wage levels were $10 more than that of job switchers. Tracking full-time workers alone, job switchers increased their wages by an average of 4.9 percent when compared to job holders, who saw their wages rise...

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