The construction industry has unique demands for payroll and HR: calculating accurate job costing for your labor, compliance with union contracts and government regulations and staffing your jobs in a tight labor market. Simplify how you manage it all with intuitive solutions built for the construction industry.
From certified payroll and HR management to labor tracking and compliance reporting, ADP has the solutions to help you stay productive, manage risk, and control costs – wherever you are.
Finally, an HCM software built for construction
Unify your payroll and HR in one integrated solution. ADP Workforce Now for Construction is a leading all-in-one HCM solution built for construction to address the complexities of your industry.
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We saved about $750,000 just as a result of the reduction in turnover that first year. It allows us to invest into other things to help us grow, and as we continue to reduce turnover, the cost savings year over year will be over $1 million.
JR Richards Executive Vice President of Talent Resources, Ewing Irrigation
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As the owner of a small business, I wear pretty much all the hats. So, I’m looking at everything I can do to make my job as stress-free as I can, to focus on my business. With ADP, I’m saving money because I don’t have to pay an extra salary for someone to do all this.
Joel Hardy Founder and CEO, Hardy Tile & Stone
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ADP Workforce Now’s workflow process allows us to see the modules in action so we can review and approve items across different departments without having to re-enter data. These modules save me time by putting hours back in my day so I can focus on strategy instead of repetitive data entry.
Marilyn Milby HR & Safety Generalist, Associated Asphalt Partners LLC
If you’re a contractor or in the construction industry, you can keep track of your employees’ hours using either paper timesheets and punch clocks or mobile time tracking apps that have GPS and geofencing capabilities. Digital solutions make it easier to track employees on multiple job sites, thereby minimizing the risk of mistakes.
Construction accounting requires an understanding of basic accounting practices – debits, credits, financial statements, etc. – as well as job costing, which helps manage the many variables of running a project-based business. A construction payroll service that is capable of paying employees across multiple states and unions may also be helpful, especially if you want to save time.
A construction cost report is a detailed summary of all of the costs associated with a specific project, including labor. Tracking this data allows project managers to monitor actual labor costs against budgeted amounts and make informed decisions to ensure the project stays on budget.
Tracking the physical completion of a job across milestones can help control construction project costs. When the first milestone is achieved, look at your material, labor and overhead expenses. If these costs went above what was originally forecast, you can correct the issues that caused the overage in successive milestones and bring the project back within budget. Another way to control costs is to spread overhead expenses among multiple jobs that might use the same equipment.
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* Available features will depend on the ADP solution(s) purchased