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CDI and ADP® Solidify a Strategic Partnership with a Talent Sourcing Solution to Simplify Hiring and Onboarding

CDI and ADP® Solidify a Strategic Partnership with a Talent Sourcing Solution to Simplify Hiring and Onboarding

Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI), one of the nation’s largest provider networks for diagnostic imaging, interventional radiology, and mobile imaging services, serves more than one million patients a year, in 45 states. As an organization, CDI needs to manage the employees and HR functions that care for this patient population, a monumental task that requires a strong business partner who can handle the complexity of multi-state payroll administration and compliance. When CDI merged with another company in 2012, their current partner ADP® found itself vying with a competitive payroll provider, which the other company had been using. Impressed with what ADP was willing to offer in terms of product, pricing, service, and support, CDI chose to remain with ADP. Jessica Larson, senior vice president of HR at CDI says, “ADP has kept our business because they work as a strategic partner with me and are concerned about where we’re going as a company and making sure that we have what we need as we grow.” Read the full story...

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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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Rio Grande Fence Co. of Nashville Recruits and Retains Talent Using ADP TotalSource

Rio Grande Fence Co. of Nashville Recruits and Retains Talent Using ADP TotalSource

Rio Grande Fence Co. of Nashville, Tennessee, had humble beginnings. In 1958, armed with $1,500 and pure tenacity, Derek Smith’s grandfather and grandmother invested everything they had and started the company from scratch. Over the years, the company made the decision to move away from the residential market and concentrate on providing fencing to general contractors, business owners and government agencies. This decision has enabled the company to give “white-glove treatment” to a more focused clientele and to work on establishing itself as The Commercial Fence Professionals™. That tradition of service excellence doesn’t stop with Rio Grande’s customers. It extends to the company’s more than 40 employees who, through their access to ADP TotalSource®, are empowered to more easily personalize their benefits selections, plan for retirement, and monitor their payroll. And the ADP® onboarding solution helps company management find and introduce new employees to this nurturing company culture. “A company of any merit that wants its employees to give great service has to give its employees great service,” said...

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Your Secret Weapon: Five Tips for Better Branding in the War for Talent

Your Secret Weapon: Five Tips for Better Branding in the War for Talent

By Richard Allaway, Division Vice President and General Manager of National Account Services, ADP “Employer brand” goes by many names: Talent brand, employer value proposition, brand voice. Whatever you call it, it can be a tricky thing to get right. In today’s communications landscape, brand is not just how you market yourself to the outside world, it’s who you are. It’s what people say about your company when you’re not in the room. Achieving an authentic employer brand requires consistent and creative external messaging that rings true to your company’s internal culture. And it’s vital for attracting and retaining the best talent. A recent Gallup® Business poll shows that high-quality candidates seek companies that align with who they are. If potential leaders and top-performing candidates put serious weight on an employer brand, then companies need to recognize its vital role in the war for talent. Here are five tips to build a better branding strategy to ensure your organization attracts, rather than deters, top talent: Make a Good Online...

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“Me” vs. “We”: Employers are Unaware that More Than Half of Their Employees Are Open to Leaving

“Me” vs. “We”: Employers are Unaware that More Than Half of Their Employees Are Open to Leaving

Ahu Yildirmaz, Ph.D. Vice President, ADP Research Institute

The labor market is tightening, wages are on the rise, and while employers may have had the upper-hand in the past, a distinct shift is underway. Employees are now calling the shots. What does this mean for employers and how they attract, retain and engage talent? The ADP Research Institute® (ADPRI) commissioned a new survey to find out. From the results, ADP® developed two papers, “Evolution of Work 2.0; The Me vs. We Mindset,” and “Fixing the Talent Management Disconnect: Employer Perception vs. Employee Reality in the U.S. Midsized Market,” which found employees tend to concentrate on their work environment, look for meaning in their job, and want immediate advancement opportunities (the “me” mindset). Whereas, employers tend to focus on bigger picture areas like financial performance, reputation, and long-term career pathing (the “we” mindset). A strengthening economy opens doors According to the ADP® Workforce Vitality Report, job switching is at an all-time high with about 27 percent of U.S. workers changing jobs on an annual basis. The ADP National...

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