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Talent Management Made Easy at Reading Cooperative Bank with ADP Workforce Now®

Talent Management Made Easy at Reading Cooperative Bank with ADP Workforce Now®

Reading Cooperative Bank (RCB), founded in 1886, is a 21st century bank with traditional values, committed to putting people over profits. And the employees and customers of the bank actually own it! Maxine Hart, chief human resources officer (CHRO) faced the challenge of acquiring new talent in their diverse socio-economic communities. “The challenge, obviously, is that the talent we bring in and the types of processes we use in some of the communities that we serve are not the same as those we use for a more traditional branch. Recruitment was a cumbersome process, which really left the HR team bogged down with the volume of candidates, many of whom were really not qualified for the role.” Then RCB discovered ADP Workforce Now®, which has completely changed the way that the bank manages recruiting, talent acquisition, payroll and benefits for their workforce. Get the full story on how ADP Workforce Now® helped RCB streamline their recruiting and benefits administration practices. Share this:Click to email (Opens in new window)Click to...

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Benefits Brokers, Rejoice! Now You Can Help Ease Clients’ Open Enrollment Stress with ADP Workforce Now Partner Access

Benefits Brokers, Rejoice! Now You Can Help Ease Clients’ Open Enrollment Stress with ADP Workforce Now Partner Access

When open enrollment season’s in full swing, HR leaders are often stretched thin, juggling their daily tasks with additional benefits administration work. Now, brokers can help clients tackle open enrollment challenges with ADP Workforce Now Partner Access. This new ADP® portal helps brokers streamline open enrollment and benefits administration by providing quick and secure access to clients’ HR, payroll and benefits information in ADP Workforce Now, an integrated HCM platform for midsized employers. With their clients’ permission, brokers can easily set up and deploy benefits plans, look up employees’ eligibility and enrollment information, gather data to derive business insights, and run reports across different clients to study industry trends. “Before Partner Access, we had to set up benefits plans individually for each client, creating duplicate manual work and increasing the chance of errors,” said John Spooner, senior vice president of sales at Brown & Brown. “Now, with a single sign-on, we can easily pull census data, verify enrollments, manage benefit plans and run reports across multiple client accounts. It’s...

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