ADP Named to List of “World’s Most Admired Companies” by FORTUNE for Eleventh Year

Posted by: ADP on 17 February 2017 in ADP News, Developments, Human Capital Management, Human Resources, Innovation, Payroll, Recognition, Talent Management, Time & Labour

Today, FORTUNE® magazine published its “World’s Most Admired Companies” list for 2017, which recognizes companies who have a strong corporate reputation among their peer set. I’m proud that ADP made the list for the eleventh year in a row. We also ranked #1 in the Financial Data Services industry category for the fifth consecutive year,...

CFO and CEO: Business partners, or married couple?

Posted by: ADP on 16 February 2017 in Human Capital Management

Over the last decade, there has been a profound shift in the relationship between CFO and CEO. Partly, this is because the CEO role has changed so dramatically. In the era of shareholder capitalism, with a 24/7 media cycle, CEOs have become more public facing. This means many of their duties have, over time, been...

The human resource: From cost to asset

Posted by: ADP on 9 February 2017 in Human Capital Management, Human Resources, Multinational & Globalization

To less-enlightened CFOs, human capital is viewed as a cost to be managed. Even after many advances in productivity, average human capital costs are, admittedly, still a major operational expense. But in the modern global economy, where ideas and digital skills – rather than physical resources – are increasingly where economic value is realized, people...

Are you prepared for the HR VUCA world?

Posted by: ADP on 16 December 2016 in Human Capital Management, Innovation & Technology

More than 50 percent of Fortune 500 companies from 2000 don’t exist anymore. A major cause of the failure is that the companies have missed the necessity to transform and adapt to the digital world. The required transformation is not often still not completed, and successful companies adapt constantly to a world that knows no...

How to cope with a VUCA world in HR

Posted by: ADP on 24 November 2016 in Human Capital Management, Innovation & Technology

“I know that I know nothing” is a well-known sentence attributed to the Greek philosopher Socrates. Nobody actually knows anything, but he actually knows this thing, so he knows something. This is called the “Socratic paradox” – and it’s pretty confusing. Even back then people couldn’t predict the future, didn’t exactly know what the next...