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7 Things Great Leaders Do to Keep Employees Happy: Inc.com Highlights ADP Evolution of Work Study

7 Things Great Leaders Do to Keep Employees Happy: Inc.com Highlights ADP Evolution of Work Study

Inc.com published an article today titled, “7 Things Great Leaders Do to Keep Employees Happy, Study Says.” The story looks at the importance of building a company culture that better engages employees and highlights key findings from a study by the ADP Research Institute® (ADP RI): Evolution of Work 2.0: The Me vs. We Mindset. In an effort to better understand what workers consider when deciding to stay at their current job or accept a new position, ADP RI surveyed employees and employers in 13 countries. The responses highlight a disconnect between workers and their employers around important factors such as talent management, recruitment, retention, and corporate performance. Read the full article to learn the 7 key facts to keeping your employees happy and committed for the long haul. 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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Which Hat is it Today? ADP Study Finds 1.5 Million U.S. Small Businesses Spend Billions to Manage HR as an ‘Ad Hoc’ Function, Increasing Business Risk

Which Hat is it Today? ADP Study Finds 1.5 Million U.S. Small Businesses Spend Billions to Manage HR as an ‘Ad Hoc’ Function, Increasing Business Risk

By Brian Michaud, Senior Vice President, ADP TotalSource® Small business owners and their employees wear a lot of hats. One day it’s sales maven, the next it’s marketing guru or back-office ace. It seems to be the nature of the beast. But that approach – especially for small business owners who already push the boundaries of a 24-hour day with limited resources – has a startling downside and tangible hidden cost, according to a recent ADP® study. The study indicates that as many as 70 percent of small businesses in the United States – which equates to potentially 1.5 million of them – handle the human resources (HR) function with staff members who manage it on an “ad-hoc” basis in addition to their primary job. The study also shows that these ad-hoc HR managers spend more than 13 hours a week on average on human resources tasks, taking significant time away from their core responsibilities. Based on this time spent and the average wage of a small business employee,...

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ADP Regional Employment Report: May Job Growth in the South and Northeast Higher than April

ADP Regional Employment Report: May Job Growth in the South and Northeast Higher than April

Jobs Added Numbers Decrease in West and Midwest Private sector employment increased in all four major regions and all nine U.S. Census Bureau Divisions during the month of May 2016, according to the monthly ADP Regional Employment Report®, which is produced by ADP®, a leading global provider of Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions, in collaboration with Moody’s Analytics, Inc.  Broadly distributed to the public each month, free of charge, the ADP Regional Employment Report measures monthly changes in regional nonfarm private employment on a seasonally adjusted basis. “The South rebounded somewhat from a weak April as the loss of good-producing jobs slowed,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, VP and head of the ADP Research Institute®. “The South Atlantic states, North and South Carolina, Florida and Georgia continue to drive growth, picking up the slack from the still struggling Oil Patch states.” On June 2, 2016, the ADP National Employment Report® reported that total U.S. private sector employment increased by 173,000 jobs from April to May. May 2016 Report Highlights Click here...

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