“We recognize that business leaders and HR professionals alike need more than technology. They need a partner with expertise that can be leveraged to design a solution for the unique complexities of their business. More than ever, organizations of all sizes are looking for ways to manage wage and hour compliance. There may be fundamental matters such as absorbing a change like the new overtime rule, where worker classification and overtime pay are the focus, or more complex multi-state and jurisdictional pay and work rule compliance. In an ever-changing regulatory landscape at the federal, state and local levels, maintaining a culture of compliance can be very challenging. ADP Compliance on Demand will save business leaders and HR professionals time and allow them to more easily respond to these changes.”
David Palmieri, DVP, General Manager, ADP
The new service allows businesses to stay informed on every aspect of wage and hour compliance. It includes a comprehensive library of federal, state and local materials, a compliance help desk, and a community forum for crowd-sourcing opinions and best practices. ADP has teamed up with employment law expert Littler Mendelson to enhance the service by incorporating the Littler GPS knowledge repository into Compliance on Demand, and by offering access to Littler compliance experts through the helpdesk. These resources allow businesses to educate themselves and to make important decisions by tapping into the collective expertise of ADP, Littler and the larger business community.
“The strategic nature of our collaboration offers an incredibly valuable service from two industry leaders,” said Scott Forman, Shareholder at Littler and founder of several of the firm’s groundbreaking technology solutions. “As the world’s largest employment and labor law firm, we are thrilled to partner with ADP, one of the leading workforce management providers. Our combined services will expedite access to compliance information and allow clients to proactively collaborate with their legal and HR teams to create a culture of compliance that will not only lead to business growth, but to employee satisfaction and well-being.”
“The convenience of having one source that covers federal, state and local jurisdictions is a huge timesaver,” said Sharad Gera, Vice President Financial Operations at Penske Truck Leasing, an ADP Workforce Management client. “We operate in very complex timekeeping and payroll environment, working across 48 states with the union and non-union employees. Compliance on Demand provides timely and well-rounded perspectives from ADP and our peers in the ADP client community. That guidance and reassurance is extremely valuable.”
Compliance on Demand includes:
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