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This new report surveyed employees and employers in 13 countries and highlights a disconnect between workers and their employers around important factors such as talent management, recruitment, retention, and corporate performance.
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Read about STEM workers in the U.S., whose approach to work and relationship with employers, among other things, are likely to influence the look and mindset of talent in the global workplace, going forward.
The workplace is evolving faster than ever before. Employers will need to be aware of the overarching trends in order to lead and grow in the future.
Millennials – and their work habits – have received a fair degree of scrutiny in recent years. These 18-to-35-year-old workers have at times been dubbed job-hoppers or characterized as having unrealistic expectations about what companies should be offering them.
Businesses are vying for talent in a labor market that’s tighter than ever before – and expected to become even more competitive. Knowing this, employers are recognizing the increasing importance of employee engagement to limit costly turnover.
Expectations for greater transparency and fairness concerning compensation are growing. For employers, pay equity can also help determine a company’s reputation.
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From IT businesses to manufacturers, U.S. companies share a growing dilemma: not enough skilled workers to fill job vacancies and a struggle to retain the ones they already employ. Many executives believe this reality stands to worsen. That’s why they are looking to strategic workforce planning (SWP) to help address and resolve skills shortages and rapid staff turnover.
Companies across the U.S. are struggling to fill talent shortages of individuals with specific skills at a time when technological developments, quickly evolving workplace norms, and the continuing fallout from the 2008-09 global financial crisis have caused dramatic changes to the workforce of today.
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As employers have expanded health insurance eligibility over the last few years to comply with Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements, they’ve also had to keep an eye on costs.
Since its inception in 2006, the NER has become a key indicator of private sector labor market activity and emerged as a reliable predictor of the government’s jobs report.
To inform employers of the latest health benefits trends, the ADP Research Institute® has published the 2016 ADP® Health Benefits Report for the fourth straight year.
As more workers have become eligible for health benefits than in the past and face the possibility of penalties for lack of coverage, employees must also remain informed and strategic about the benefits they elect.
Over the past several years, the nature of the workforce has been rapidly changing. Technology continues to transform the way people work, and fluctuating economic demands shift workforce needs more frequently than in the past.
As technological developments propel the workplace forward more quickly than ever, the way people work is dramatically changing.
Companies and employees all over the world are noticing a shift in the workplace—and are realizing they must adapt.
This new report provides knowledge and insight into the level of influence the Affordable Care Act is having on U.S. part- and full-time employee hours and workforce management.
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For the second year, the ADP Research Institute® examined the types of companies — by size and type of industry — that offer retirement benefits, as well as the retirement savings behaviors of approximately 10 million U.S. employees in 2014.
The 2015 edition of the ADP® Annual Health Benefits Report addresses questions related to health benefits trends, including the ACA impact which was signed into law more than five years ago.
Technology tools like social media, talent communities and mobile recruiting can help optimize an employer’s brand. Read about the role technology will play in presenting a strong employer brand, engaging candidates and making the hiring process more efficient and effective moving forward.
While employers that are affected by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have had several years to prepare to meet the law’s complex requirements, an important question is: how prepared is your organization to demonstrate compliance?
A new study reveals that many employers are not prepared to fully administer all of the ACA’s compliance requirements, but also indicated a core reason for the lack of preparedness – insufficient integration of key data.
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In early 2013, the ADP Research Institute surveyed human resource and employee benefits decision makers in a national sample of small U.S. companies (1-49 employees). Read this report to learn more about ACA and the effect it has on small employers.
Wage garnishment – the legal recovery of debt through the seizure of employee pay – is increasing in the United States. Learn more about the garnishment profile that is revealed across multiple categories, ranging from industries to size of business.
This new study delves deeply into aggregated, anonymous payroll data, highlighting retirement savings insights and opportunities for employers, benefits administrators, retirement advisors, and others to help increase the retirement savings rate of U.S. employees.
The ubiquity of mobile devices has led to a growing adoption of mobile applications for internal HR functions as a way to improve worker productivity, real-time decision-making and workforce satisfaction.
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3.4% Change from 1Q 2016
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Wage Growth: A Regional Comparison of the West vs. the South Published April 2017
Education and Health Care Employment Opportunities Could Continue to Thrive in 2017 and Beyond Published March 2017
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