Influential Singapore Media Outlet, Selects ADP Payroll Solution for Two of its Top HR Vendors of the Year Awards
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Company Takes Honors as ‘Best Payroll Outsourcing Partner’ and ‘Best Payroll Software’
ROSELAND, N.J. – November 11, 2015 – HumanResources, Asia’s leading regional media and events brand, has chosen ADP® payroll solutions as the “gold” winner in two categories of its 2015 HR Vendors of the Year Awards. The outlet announced that ADP was chosen ‘Best Payroll Outsourcing Partner’ and ‘Best Payroll Software’ during its awards ceremony in Singapore on November 4.
“The judging process was challenging this year, and the winners in every category demonstrated to our jury their determination to raise HR standards to greater heights across Asia,” said Justin Randles, group publisher of Human Resources magazine. “The number of companies submitting entries this year far exceeded that of previous years. ADP stood out in particular, having earned the gold award for both ‘Best Payroll Outsourcing Partner’ and ‘Best Payroll Software.'”
The HR Vendors of the Year Awards recognize top human resources (HR) providers in more than 15 key areas of HR services, including payroll, recruitment, HR technology, training, compensation and benefits, employee insurance, and relocation and mobility.
Category finalists were chosen in a two-tier selection process. First, the finalists were identified through an extensive online survey of HR managers in Asia on their preferences. Then, finalists submitted documentation to verify their credentials, which was validated by a panel of 19 HR leaders from some of the region’s largest employers. For every category, end users of the services selected the winners.
“ADP is delighted to receive these awards from such a prestigious source,” said Don McGuire, president of ADP Asia Pacific. “We always strive to deliver enhanced value to our payroll clients and are pleased that our more than 65 years of payroll expertise has been recognized as a valuable asset to businesses in the Asia-Pacific region.”