Communicating HR Tech Changes to Your Organisation

Posted by: The ADP Team on 29 July 2020 in Human Capital Management, Innovation & Technology, Payroll

So, you’ve decided to implement a new HR technology system, such as a pay or benefits portal. Or perhaps you’ve decided to add an enhancement, such as increased mobile functionality. Whatever the case may be, you’ll want to initiate workplace change with minimal disruption while maximizing employee understanding and productivity. So, how do you do...

The Secure Payroll Priority: Problems, Processes and Potential Partners

Posted by: The ADP Team on 23 July 2020 in Payroll, Security

Payroll is a tempting target for malicious actors, as the combination of high-value data sets and historically slow IT implementation can make their attacks both lucrative and largely risk-free. With a new decade underway and new threats emerging, implementing secure payroll policies is priority No. 1. But for organizations looking to balance cost, control and...

Leveling Up Your Contingent Workforce

Posted by: The ADP Team on 15 July 2020 in Human Capital Management

By Diane Mulcahy* Shifts in corporate supply and demand as a result of the global health event, and the halt of business travel have led to an increase in contingent workers for many companies. Independent workers give businesses more flexibility to staff up and down as the market environment changes, and to access the precise...

Positive Impact: 5 Potential Return-to-Workplace Changes in the New World of Work

Posted by: The ADP Team on 2 July 2020 in Human Capital Management, Trend views

In the new world of work nothing is as it was before the global health event. From staff interactions to project completion, managerial evaluation to customer expectation, everything is changing. For many organizations, some of this change will be permanent; several high-profile firms have already announced permanent work-from-home programs for staff who prefer home offices to corporate...

Remote working post coronavirus: impact on employee life cycle

Posted by: The ADP Team on 23 June 2020 in Human Capital Management

At the end of March 2020, a Gartner survey of 317 CFOs and Finance leaders revealed that 74% will move at least 5% of their previously on-site workforce to permanently remote positions post-COVID 19.  Twitter recently announced that it will allow its employees to work from home “forever” and Faceboook’s Mark Zuckerberg told staff that the company was “aggressively opening up...