Changing The Way Government & Education Delivers HR Services
HR Service Delivery for the New Economy
Recent studies conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Sourcing Analytics have highlighted that a partnership with ADP to deliver payroll, HR, time and attendance, and benefits administration can deliver significant savings to government and education organizations . (Estimate the savings your organization can achieve by clicking here). Through partnership with ADP, estimated savings like these can help your organization to re-allocate dollars to other mission critical areas that will positively impact the overall performance of your organization, allowing you to deliver mission critical services to your constituents and communities.
A New Model for Human Resources:
Realizing the Potential of the Government & Education Workforce
The most strategic asset for government and education organizations isn’t land, buildings, equipment, or infrastructure. In fact, none of those physical assets amount to much without the skilled and talented people who make use of them. Skilled technicians, case workers, teachers, and administrators deliver the services that positively affect your citizens and students. They conduct our investigations, they teach our children, and they build our roads. At all levels, government and education organizations depend on the productive power of their workforce to achieve their mission objectives. Without a doubt, our people are our greatest asset.
But how well are we managing our most important asset?
Budgets are tighter than ever, and governments and educational organizations at all levels are being forced to reduce staffing levels, cut services and reduce support. But what if we could improve government and education HR in a way that would make our organizations more productive? Could we capture cost savings in Human Resource operations and simultaneously promote people into more productive roles?
Government and education organizations must continually balance demands on two levels: on a macro-economic large scale (i.e., rising pension costs, Medicaid regulations, unionized workforces, and high unemployment) and on a micro-economic smaller scale (i.e., internal budgets, doing more with less, maintaining costly legacy systems, staying compliant, etc.,).
ADP recognizes these pressures and their impact on government and education organizations throughout the country. Government and education organizations of all sizes are tasked with increasing operational efficiencies to help manage their complex processes, headcount fluctuations and reporting requirements, all while enabling them to do more with less year after year. With one look at these challenges, it’s clear that organizations have a need to make the very most of their valuable employee resources to administer essential HR functions and still make consistent progress towards achieving their long-term organizational goals and strategic initiatives.
In the past decade, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Sourcing Analytics have conducted a number of separate in-depth studies that help to tell the story of the true costs of administering payroll and HR services within an organization. The latest studies by PwC and Sourcing Analytics (both published in 2011) reveal a number of key measurements specific to the total cost of ownership (TCO) of four core business functions (payroll, workforce administration, time and attendance, and health and welfare) and introduce strategic ways government and education organizations can reduce the TCO of these essential functions.
A complimentary copy of the PwC study can be found here.
A complimentary copy of the Sourcing Analytics study can be found here.
To learn more about ADP’s work and solutions in the government and education markets, please click here.
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