Time and Labor Management

Time and Labor Management Case Studies

Manufacturing
Healthcare and Social Assistance
Wholesale and Distribution
Finance and Insurance
Leisure and Hospitality
Business Services
Public Administration
Retail
Construction
Real Estate
Utilities

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Manufacturing

 

Rug Doctor
"Moving from a manual time collection system to ADP's Enterprise eTIME, we're saving at least $125,000. I estimate that ADP's Enterprise eTIME saves me about 40 hours a month now that the paper time sheets are gone." Vesta Walton, Payroll Coordinator, Rug Doctor, Inc. <Learn More>

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Healthcare and Social Assistance

 

Columbus Hospice
"ADP's solution shows the marketplace that we are a leading-edge organization that knows how to benefit from technology. The same time and attendance data that helps to create accurate paychecks for our employees also helps us to operate more efficiently, creating more quality time to serve the people who need us most – our patients." Jan Beckman, Accounting and Benefits Manager, Columbus Hospice <Learn More>

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Wholesale and Distribution

 

Apac Paper and Packaging
"It used to be that payroll and payroll-related tasks were 70 percent of my job. Now they're 40 percent. June Ford Human Resources Manager, Apac Paper & Packaging Corporation <Learn More>

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Finance and Insurance

 

Farmers & Merchants Bank
"Here in payroll, it is taking us half the time to do payroll. Employees, managers, and the payroll department are all spending far less time on time and attendance issues. While we have not quantified the impact of all these savings, it has to be in the thousands of dollars annually. Because we are able to identify and address certain tardiness issues, we are now seeing that employees overall have become much more conscious of being on time." Lynnette Hibbard, Payroll Administrator, The Farmers & Merchants State Bank <Learn More>

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Leisure & Hospitality

 

East Bank Club
"We are saving time with online vacation time requests. We are saving dollars by being able to compare people's actual punches to the posted schedule – 15 minutes here, 30 minutes there adds up for a company with 600 employees, 365 days a year." Dale McCarrell, Chief Financial Officer, East Bank Club <Learn More>

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Business Services

 

ezStorage
"The ROI has already exceeded the annual cost, we have already saved $7,500 annually. In fact, the ADP system paid for itself in 14 months." "ADP's automated time and labor management system, which integrates with ADP payroll and our ERP system, empowers our district managers to manage and control labor costs at multiple facilities," Kevin Radcliffe, Controller, ezStorage <Learn More>

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Public Administration

 

NorthEast Brooklyn Housing Development Corporation
"As we expand into new communities, our ability to make the most of limited field staff resources will be crucial. GPS TimeTrackTM and ezLaborManager® help make this possible by eliminating unnecessary travel time for field staff, and improving the process by which we calculate payroll." Jeffrey Dunston, Chief Executive Director, NorthEast Brooklyn Housing Development Corporation <Learn More>

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Retail

 

Moore Cadillac Hummer
"When you use ADP products, the big thing you save is time. For example, before ADP it was taking our paymaster ten hours a week to input payroll information from paper time cards. With ADP’s solution, it’s only taking three hours." Douglas Bushey, Director of HR and Technology, Moore Cadillac Hummer <Learn More>

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Construction

 

R&J Construction
"What used to be time-intensive and inexact processes – mobile worker management and payroll administration – are improved, thanks to GPS TimeTrackTM and ezLaborManager. We now know where our workers are and what they are doing, enabling us to pay and invoice more accurately, route more efficiently, and to more successfully control costs." Paula Wiens, Controller, R&J Construction <Learn More>

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Real Estate

 

Arch Realty
"Xora® and ADP® have greatly streamlined our payroll processes and that's exactly why we implemented the solution. Simply automating the time collection and data entry is great, but the solution has provided us much more knowledge about our field operations than we bargained for. We now have concrete evidence which allows us to easily resolve many issues that are reported from the field." Laurie Tooles, Director of HR, Arch Realty <Learn More>

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Utilities

 

The C.I. Thornburg Company, Inc.
"Xora GPS TimeTrack brings legitimacy to payroll data, confirms mileage with GPS and serves as a backup for audit purposes." Alan Morrison, VP, The C.I. Thornburg Co. Learn More

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Time and Labor Management White Papers

 

Thinking about automating your time and labor management? Download these white papers to better understand how an automated time and labor management solution can help you control labor costs and optimize the workforce across your entire organization.

A Closer Look at the ROI from Scheduling

Scheduling solutions improve manager productivity and enable managers to make more informed scheduling decisions. Companies should look to these solutions as a way to reduce costs, deploy their workforces more effectively, and improve morale. Learn more

A Three-step Approach to FMLA Compliance: Automate, Educate, Integrate

Recent studies point to some of the significant challenges that employers face with respect to compliance with the Family andMedical Leave Act (FMLA) and its state law counterparts. This paper highlights three steps that employers can utilize to help ensure compliance with the FMLA. Learn more

Automating Time and Attendance: Low-hanging ROI

Automating time and labor management enables companies to improve productivity, increase payroll accuracy, and eliminate costs related to obsolete and paper-based time and attendance management systems. ROIs are particularly high for companies moving from a manual environment. Learn more

Biometrics: High-value Workforce Management

This proven technology has been used in time clocks for more than a decade by thousands of organizations and millions of employees worldwide and the results are in -- biometrics consistently deliver accurate, reliable, and auditable real-time labor data -- the foundation of effective labor management. Learn more

Improving Productivity and Reducing Labor Costs with Automated Absence Management

Absenteeism – and the resulting loss in productivity -- is a growing challenge for organizations today. According to Aberdeen Group, organizations estimate the loss in productivity due to unplanned absences at 11% annually. The negative impact on productivity and the high cost of absenteeism are the top two pressures driving organizations to automate absence management. Aberdeen finds organizations that have automated absence management achieve 8% greater workforce capacity utilization, 19% reduction in payroll due to overtime, and 7% reduction in unplanned overtime. Learn more

Leave Management: Cutting Labor Costs

A new research paper from Nucleus Research shows that companies that do not automate leave (Accruals/PTO) management grant their employees an average of 1.25 extra unearned days off. Eliminating this source of overcompensation can result in significant savings. Assuming an organization’s average employee costs $25 per hour, the savings would be $125,000 for every 500 employees. In fact, Nucleus finds that the $250 cost avoidance per employee is well in excess of the per-employee cost of leave automation. Learn more

Scheduling Applications Cut Healthcare Costs

This research note published by Nucleus Research shows how healthcare institutions can reduce labor costs and improve the productivity of schedulers, staffers, and caregivers by deploying advanced scheduling tools. By reducing a provider's reliance on agency help and ensuring proper staffing levels, these applications also enable improvements to quality of care. Learn more

Technology Value Matrix 1H11: Workforce Management

Nucleus Research has released its first 1H2011 Technology Value Matrix for Workforce Management, which evaluates workforce management applications for their ability to deliver value to customers based on functionality and usability -- two core factors Nucleus has found that drive both initial time to value and ongoing return on investment (ROI). The Technology Value Matrix evaluates on-premise and software-as-a-service workforce management vendors that provide functionality in three core areas: workforce scheduling, time and attendance and leave management. Learn more

The Top Three FLSA Violations and How to Avoid Them

For fiscal year 2007, Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor recouped more than $220 million in back wages -- the highest amount ever collected. Over $163 million was for overtime alone. This record-breaking performance demonstrates the department's commitment to bringing employers, especially large employers, into compliance. Learn more

Trends in Wage and Hour Litigation Over Unpaid Work Time and the Precautions Employers Should Take

In the wake of the DOL’s new smartphone timesheet application for employees, Littler Mendelson has published a timely and authoritative white paper on emerging trends confronting U.S. employers in the area of wage and hour law. Littler suggests precautions employers can take to minimize their potential impact, including use of timekeeping software. Learn more

Workforce Scheduling 2011: Automation Drives Accuracy, Efficiency and Business Outcomes

A new report published by Aberdeen Group shows time and attendance and scheduling automation can pay huge dividends in accuracy, manager productivity, cost savings, compliance and customer satisfaction. Taking advantage of automated schedule optimization tools reduces unplanned overtime by 21%, increases compliance two-fold (which also includes adherence to collective bargaining agreements), and improves operational manager productivity as a result of reducing the tactical burden of the scheduling process by 63%. Learn more