Ongoing and Changing Security Needs in the New Normal

Posted by: The ADP Team on 15 October 2020 in Compliance, Innovation & Technology, Security

During the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses have been forced to rethink many aspects of their operations. With millions of employees forced to vacate their offices and work from home — many for the foreseeable future — organizations of all sizes must understand how technology is changing the workplace. Here we will discuss how security risks are...

How You Say Good-bye Matters: Tips for Effective Offboarding of Remote Employees

Posted by: The ADP Team on 17 September 2020 in Human Capital Management, Talent Management

It’s not easy when an employee leaves an organisation. Whether the separation is voluntary or otherwise, discussing offboarding details can be uncomfortable, especially when the employee works remotely. A phone call or video meeting can be awkward, leaving the employee feeling disconnected and wondering if their contributions are appreciated. Because of this, it’s essential to...

Payroll & Compliance – Important Legislative Updates in September!

Posted by: The ADP Team on 9 September 2020 in Compliance, Payroll

ADP monthly chronicle – September 2020 Relaxation of Unemployment Allowance Benefit under ESIC ESIC under “Atal Bimit Vyakti Kalyna Yojna” had been paying unemployment benefit of 25% of average wages to the workers covered under ESI Scheme until 30 June 2020. Under the current socio socio-economic situation, the Corporation has decided to extend the scheme...

Redesigning the way we work starts from understanding your people

Posted by: The ADP Team on 3 September 2020 in Evolution of Work, Human Capital Management

ADP study captures a timely snapshot of employee opinion before and after COVID-19 hits The global outbreak of COVID-19 has challenged our old ways of working and urged us to reconsider workplace issues such as job security, flexible working and wellness. How have employees’ feelings about work changed after the global pandemic? Between late 2019...

We Need to Rethink Normal, Not Return to It

Posted by: The ADP Team on 27 August 2020 in Evolution of Work, Human Capital Management, Remote Work

By Diane Mulcahy* Work was ripe for disruption long before 2020. The fundamental structure of work, and the ways we work, haven’t kept pace with technology, with corporate needs to access the right talent at the right time, or with workers’ preferences for greater flexibility and control. Now that it’s been disrupted – now that...