3 Lessons Learned at ADP Meeting of the Minds

payroll examiner people readingDailyPay was excited to attend ADP’s Meeting of the Minds (MOTM) in Las Vegas earlier this month. It was our first time there and the energy and enthusiasm all around us was amazing!

Of course, handing out cupcakes from Sprinkles (a DailyPay partner) at our booth made us a popular stop and, when attendees came by, we discussed the real news around the Future of Pay and the fake news in our payroll-themed April Fools Day newspaper, The Payroll Examiner!

Several key themes emerged during the conference including: Continue reading “3 Lessons Learned at ADP Meeting of the Minds”

The Future of HR: Technology That Transforms Employee Experience

Currently, there are 6.6 million job openings and 6.6 million unemployed people in the United States. In other words, there is one open job per unemployed person in today’s tight labor market. During the 2007-2009 recession, there were more than six unemployed workers per one open job. As the employment tables have turned, it’s now employers, not employees that must compete to be noticed.

 

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SHRM 2018 Recap: Workplace Trends That Are Changing HR

AI, millennials, and mental health – modern workplace trends continue to challenge HR executives

The life of a Human Resources (HR) executive is never dull!

 

In addition to finding the best ways to recruit and retain employees, and reducing absenteeism in the workplace, they also have to stay current on new technology and issues that are top of mind for their employees.

 

That’s why I find the 2018 SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition super valuable.

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What Is Employee Retention and What Factors Contribute to It?

Employee turnover and employee attrition cost your business money. Employee retention is how you combat turnover.

Employee retention is an organization’s ability to keep its employees. Employee retention is usually represented as a percentage. For example, an annual retention rate of 80% indicates an organization kept 80% of its employees that year and lost 20%.

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Case Study: UCode Uses DailyPay To Improve Employee Retention

A leading provider of coding education for children improved employee retention using a instant payment strategy

 

UCode is the leading provider of coding education for children in California. Tens of thousands of kids have graduated from UCode’s programs and camps, which teach kids 5 years and older to code within a project-based curriculum.

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