Whether you want to improve time and attendance tracking, automate scheduling or simplify leave case management, ADP has a single solution to help with it all.
Everything you need, all working together seamlessly
More than just time and attendance - ADP workforce management software integrates everything from scheduling and absence management to compliance, payroll, and analytics. All delivered with the exceptional service you expect from ADP.
ADP's workforce management software is accessible anytime, anywhere, with our 4+ star-reviewed mobile app — it’s used by millions of managers and employees.
A report by Aberdeen Group found that organizations that automate scheduling saw five percent greater workforce capacity utilization and 24 percent higher engagement levels due to scheduling transparency over organizations without automated scheduling.
With automated scheduling, attendance and leave management software, you could spend less on labor, with up to 33 percent less unplanned overtime.3
ADP’s workforce management customizable software is designed with the flexibility to help support a broad range of compliance requirements — from city and local ordinances to more than 100 country-specific requirements, including fair scheduling ordinances, work and rest laws, company policies and union agreements.
ADP® Compliance on Demand offers workforce management customers comprehensive compliance support:
Imagine if you could more easily arrange adequate staffing levels, avoid costly overtime and supplemental staffing, and use historical trends and predictive algorithms for more accurate planning. ADP’s workforce management software can help you:
Achieve even greater efficiency by integrating our automated time and attendance system with payroll processing — and potentially save you or your HR department an average of 350 hours per year.4
A unified system allows you to minimize redundant data entry and manual information gathering from different systems. With one system:
ADP specializes in integration. Learn more about how we integrate with other software and platforms.
With over 100,000 workforce management clients, ADP has proven it can help companies large and small, all over the world achieve their goals.
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A mobile, multi-generational workforce is converging with AI to accelerate the pace of business and rapid, ongoing changes to regulations make it more challenging to remain compliant. But with ADP’s workforce management, you may be able to adapt to these changes and rethink how work gets done. Our software can help you:
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ADP has really made it so easy ... basically all [employees] really have to do is push a button and all of a sudden those hours apply. There's really not a lot of training to get that employee up to speed.
Pia Saks Payroll Manager, Vanderbilt Global Services
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Workforce Manager gives us significant granularity into the amount of time that our professors are spending in the classroom or tutoring, and that helps us determine best practices within the company for the delivery of a product.
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We’ve seen a tremendous amount of value added since implementing Optimized Scheduling. The overall visibility it provides to our management team and our employees is wonderful. To have one uniform application with the scheduling tool helps us to properly forecast based on historical data and make real-time decisions that positively impact our labor.
Jon Freedman Manager Payroll, Viejas Casino and Resort
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Workforce management means balancing an organization’s available labor resources with its workload needs. To do this successfully, many employers integrate and automate essential tasks. As a result, they’re often better equipped to handle changing economic pressures, shortages in worker skills and competencies, and fatigued or disengaged employees.
The methods that an organization may use to manage its employees largely depends on its industry, workforce attributes, work locations and strategic goals. However, businesses looking to improve their efficiency and productivity commonly use these workforce management tools:
Workforce management is important because organizations that lack the proper tools to track time and attendance and support compliance leave themselves vulnerable to missed opportunities and significant risk. But with workforce management software, business can operate more effectively by having the right employees in the right place, at the right time and for the right cost.
A successful workforce management strategy is one that remains open to new ideas and ways of doing business. Employers who take this approach may be better able to address evolving human capital needs and create a sustainable advantage for their organization to flourish.
HR workforce management seeks to simplify compliance, improve employee productivity and engagement, forecast labor requirements and budgets, and reduce operational costs. That’s why workforce management is a critical part of today’s comprehensive human capital management solutions.
Workforce management scheduling is the process of planning staffing needs based on forecasted consumer demand and employee availability, skills and preferences. When aided by software, employers can access real-time analytics, such as earned hours and overtime, to improve their decision making and adjust shifts as necessary.