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ADP Wins 'Awesome New Technologies' Award for Record Third Year in a Row

Human Resource Executive recognizes ADP Pay Equity Explorer for helping HR leaders uncover insights to help address equal pay for equal work.

ADP (No. 17 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) has scored a three-peat, taking home the title of one of Human Resource Executive's "Awesome New Technologies," for a third straight year with its Pay Equity Explorer solution. Pay Equity Explorer is an innovative tool that combines data science and benchmarking and is built on the biggest dataset in human capital management, the award-winning ADP DataCloud. The solution was developed to help organizations uncover insights and identify potential areas of risk when it comes to gender or race pay gaps so they can stay competitive in the war for talent.


In addition to the legal requirements for equitable compensation at the state and federal levels, pay equity can impact an organization's ability to attract and retain talent. In fact, a study by Aptitude Research Partners found that organizations that make pay equity a priority see on average 13 percent higher engagement levels, have lower than industry average turnover, and are 19 percent more likely to exceed industry average levels of productivity. What's more, significant pay gaps increase a company's risk profile, as state and federal governments and agencies continue to explore additional requirements and legislation.

"We selected ADP's Pay Equity Explorer as an 'Awesome New Technology' because the solution demonstrates innovation, usability, and value for HR leaders and their organizations," said Steve Boese, Human Resource Executive columnist and HR Technology conference co-chairman. "More importantly, the solution highlights how modern HR technologies can be leveraged to help organizations address increasingly important and pressing issues surrounding equity and fairness in the workplace."

"We're honored to receive this prestigious recognition and continue ADP's leadership in innovation by being the only company to win this award three times in a row," said Don Weinstein, chief strategy officer at ADP. "Pay equity is one of largest talent and societal business challenges of our time. Our goal is to help companies address this issue and uncover where improvements can be made."

ADP designed the Pay Equity Explorer to help organizations gain a better understanding of potential pay gaps and identify specific groups of employees for further analysis. Specifically, the solution:

  • Automatically identifies potential pay gaps, the size of the gaps and historical trends for groups of employees in specific EEOC Protected Classes to give employers a sense of how many potential pay gaps may exist in their organization, and where to prioritize further analysis.
  • Provides a tool to evaluate each employee to determine the impact of other factors (for example, performance, tenure, education, etc.), with input that automatically updates the size of the potential pay gaps.
  • Supplies market-based benchmarking data for identified jobs to help ensure that pay adjustments are not only equitable, but also market competitive. In addition, benchmarking data can be used to set competitive starting salaries based on real market data.

ADP and Intuit Expand Relationship to Improve Integration Across Platforms

Cloud-based dashboard enhancements help reduce re-work, save time and provide access to award-winning compensation benchmarks for client consultation.

Originally Published by ADP.
ADP announced expanded integration with Intuit QuickBooks adding enhanced General Ledger Interface (GLI) mapping directly through Accountant Connects . This new interface, combined with enhanced Compensation Benchmarking, powered by ADP DataCloud, will enable accountants to provide a better service and add value to their clients. Through shared values and a commitment to creating industry-leading innovation, ADP and Intuit are better positioning accountants for the future; allowing them to provide a more comprehensive experience to their clients.
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ADP: 5 Energy Tax Credits and Incentives You May Not Have Considered

Creating a more energy efficient organization isn't just helpful for the environment — it can also make a big difference for your bottom line.

Originally Published by ADP's Newsletter.

Want to lower your electricity bills and taxes? Energy tax credits could be the answer.

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ADP National Employment Report: Private Sector Employment Increased by 219,000 Jobs in July

"The labor market is on a roll with no signs of a slowdown in sight," said Ahu Yildirmaz, vice president and co-head of the ADP Research Institute. "Nearly every industry posted strong gains and small business hiring picked up."

Originally Published by ADP.

Private sector employment increased by 219,000 jobs from June to July according to the July ADP National Employment Report®. Broadly distributed to the public each month, free of charge, the ADP National Employment Report is produced by the ADP Research Institute® in collaboration with Moody's Analytics. The report, which is derived from ADP's actual payroll data, measures the change in total nonfarm private employment each month on a seasonally-adjusted basis.

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ADP National Employment Report: Private Sector Employment Increased by 177,000 Jobs in June

"The labor market continues to march towards full employment," said Ahu Yildirmaz, vice president and co-head of the ADP Research Institute. "Healthcare led job growth once again and trade rebounded nicely."

Originally Published by ADP.

Private sector employment increased by 177,000 jobs from May to June according to the June ADP National Employment Report®. Broadly distributed to the public each month, free of charge, the ADP National Employment Report is produced by the ADP Research Institute® in collaboration with Moody's Analytics. The report, which is derived from ADP's actual payroll data, measures the change in total nonfarm private employment each month on a seasonally-adjusted basis.

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ADP Uses Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to Drive a Data-Fueled Future of Work

ADP uses real, empirical, anonymized data from more than 30 million employees to anticipate how human work behaviors will evolve, and the impact that macro trends will have on the way people want and need to work.

Originally Published by ADP.

The world of work is rapidly changing, and data is increasingly fueling the human capital management function's ability to innovate to meet the needs of an evolving workforce. The second annual Datathon at ADP® gathered more than 40 partners and innovators from across the ADP business for two weeks of collaboration and ideation around leveraging the company's world-leading dataset.

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ADP Marketplace Continues Tremendous Growth Thanks to Leading Solutions Providers

Inaugural ADP Marketplace Partner Connections Summit Recognizes Partners who Demonstrate Excellence in Sales and Service.

Originally Published by ADP.

As the world of work changes, companies are increasingly seeking innovative solutions to meet the evolving needs of their employee base and their businesses. For more than four years, ADP® Marketplace, the largest human capital management (HCM) app store, and its world-class partners have helped create a unique ecosystem, where clients can tailor their HR solutions through apps that leverage ADP platforms and data.

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Celebrate Pride Month!  ADP Promotes Diversity and Inclusion with LGBTQ Employee Self-Identification

Self-identification can help companies to better develop programs and benefits that meet the needs of LGBTQ associates and to better attract and retain a diverse talent pool to stay competitive in today's tight labor market.

Originally Published by ADP.

Numerous studies have shown that having a diverse workforce brings a wider range of opinions to the table which leads to better problem solving and drives innovation. But to benefit from diverse perspectives, companies first need to understand the makeup of their employee population beyond gender, ethnicity and race.

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