ADP’s Global Payroll Solution Earns Highest Recognition from Everest Group

Posted by: samantha on 12 December 2016 in Payroll

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In its inaugural assessment of Multi-country Payroll Platforms, Everest Group® has positioned ADP as the leading “Achiever” noting the scalability of ADP’s global payroll product – part of its GlobalView® HCM solution – for companies of various sizes.Rajesh Ranjan, Everest Group partner said, “ADP has gone one step further than other service providers with its analytics dashboard for employees that not only helps in understanding the key elements of payroll, but in pay slip comparison as well.”In preparing this report, the Everest Group assessed 11 global payroll platform providers, rating each platform’s usage and execution effectiveness, employee support, reporting and analytics, core payroll country coverage and additional HR capabilities.Get your complimentary copy of the report and learn how your business can benefit from ADP’s expertise. Written by: The ADP Team 

Social Media Platforms for Businesses: Your Guide to Driving Value

Posted by: samantha on 7 December 2016 in Innovation & Technology

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With 69% of Australians on social media(1), it’s an integral part of personal day-to-day life and communication. But how do businesses adopt this platform to facilitate opportunities for employee engagement, learning and community-building?The Value of Social MediaWhile many HR leadership teams have historically discouraged the use of social media in the workplace, many are beginning to realise the remarkable potential of social platforms for communication and collaboration. ADP Research Institute's® study The Evolution of Work: The Changing Nature of the Global Workforce (2) reveals that 50% of employees look toward a future where social media acts as a platform for collaboration in the workplace, while 38% believe that trend is occurring today. The Society for Human Resource Management (3) writes that "worthy" reasons to adopt social media platforms for businesses are to "improve employees' learning ... encourage more sociability among participants and ... create engagement."…

Have your say & get industry insights: 2016 Australian Payroll Association Survey

Posted by: samantha on 1 December 2016 in Payroll

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Do you know what challenges other payroll professionals in Australia face – or which key new trends they’re benefitting from?Click here to take part in the Australian Payroll Association (APA) Payroll Benchmarking Survey and you’ll receive a complimentary copy of the 2017 Payroll Benchmarking Report with valuable information and fresh insights about our industry.The survey takes just ten minutes to complete – and is open until Friday, 23 December 2016.ADP is a member of the APA and a keen supporter of this annual benchmarking study. It’s the only one in Australia that investigates both the costs and efficiencies of payroll operations, as well as, salary costs across locations, employer size and industries.This is a quick and easy way to add your payroll experiences to the learning we’re all keen to gain. Written by: The ADP Team 

Technology for Employee Learning: 3 Ways To Improve Continuing Education

Posted by: samantha on 24 November 2016 in Human Capital Management

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Adopting technology for employee learning may have moved to the back burner at many organisations as HR leadership focus on employee recruitment and retention strategies. But losing focus on employee education can be very detrimental to talent attraction and retention.According to a study by the ADP Research Institute® The Evolution of Work: The Changing Nature of the Global Workforce (1), 82% of employees have "positive" feelings about a future where "people will use tech to learn anything, anytime, anywhere." Today's employees are clearly eager to learn and acquire new skills, and the adoption of technology to enable employee learning allows organisations to elevate employee happiness while improving their ability to retain talent.For example, according to London-based CityAm (2), out of 2,000 people considering switching companies in the next year, a primary motivator is a desire for professional growth, with 41% of employees…

How to Improve Retention: 3 Strategies in an Increasingly Global Talent Market

Posted by: samantha on 9 November 2016 in Human Capital Management

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Technological advancements have made it easy for HR departments to take advantage of globalisation and expand their recruitment strategies to include the worldwide market however this can introduce new risk – as it makes your existing employees more aware of the wealth of new opportunities available to them abroad.Why Are They Looking Abroad?In addition to the obvious possibility of higher earnings, employees who accept a position overseas may increase access to niche roles, providing career growth within specific verticals. They also often gain better work-life balance and more opportunities to visit new places and develop diverse communication skills.3 Retention Strategies for a Global Talent MarketFor HR Leaders who prioritise talent, there should be minimal difference between business and talent strategies, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers (1). An effective talent retention strategy should take into account both risk management and employee reward. Here are…