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Do Variable Pay Practices Contribute to Gender Pay Discrimination?

Here are answers to some FAQs regarding the importance of pay equity and potential strategies to achieve it.
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Preventing Fraud from Impacting your Business

To help keep you safe, ADP is cautioning clients to be aware of email fraud campaigns affecting organizations of all sizes.
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Legislative Update: Bill 66, Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act, 2019

The government of Ontario recently passed Bill 66, Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act, 2019.
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Peer-to-Peer Learning Can Help Employees Find Value

Firms face enormous pressure to remain competitive. One way this can be addressed is by creating a program for peer-to-peer learning in the workplace.
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Pay Equity Problem Persists in Canadian Workplaces

Compensation for working Canadians still favours men, according to a new study by Leger Research commissioned by ADP Canada.
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HR Recruitment Software: Risk, Rewards and Returns

When recruiting technology investments are approached as an opportunity, rather than a requirement, the chances are higher of achieving measurable results, reducing risk and driving significant returns.
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Minimizing the Potential for Wage Discrimination in Your Organization

If pay discrepancies exist, firms need to find ways to eliminate them.
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The Four Myths of HR Data

As HR data becomes more prevalent in the workplace, the fear and mystery surrounding it threatens to prevent companies from making the most of it.
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Keepin’ It Real to Keep (Real Good) People

High turnover is a business liability, but new ADP research reveals how managers can build teams that make good people want to stay.
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How to Escape the Feedback Fallacy

Bombarding employees with feedback will never help them grow, says head of people and performance research at the ADP Research Institute.