ADP is offering updates and webcasts to keep customers informed during the COVID-19 response. There’s a significant impact anticipated for employers, including complex compliance, financial, and strategic issues surrounding workforce management.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted more than ever how important human resources management is within organizations. Complex systems including employee support, absence management, scheduling, payroll, employee privacy, anti-discrimination policies, and benefits administration need to be managed within ever-changing regulatory frameworks.
ADP is offering its clients support with this challenging topic. Resources can be found on the ADP SPARK site offering COVID-19 advice. ADP is offering a special webcast Protecting Your Workforce and Understanding Policies as Your Organization Responds to COVID-19.
This webcast covers critical HR and business challenges, including:
ADP, like most organizations, is facing internal pressures itself during this outbreak. In anticipation of this, it has in place a global integrated Business Resiliency Program designed to keep operations running. This plan addresses essential functions and services performed across the globe. ADP will monitor the situation and shift workloads as necessary to ensure essential services remain operable.
Source: ADP at SoftwareReviews, Report Published March 2020
Now that the World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a pandemic, organizations must deploy or develop a crisis response plan to deal with the complex issues surrounding this. Human capital management (HCM) solution providers such as ADP can make the task of managing these complex functions more effective, especially during a time of crisis. HCM practitioners are urged to utilize all of the resources available to stay informed of this fast-evolving situation.
Info-Tech has built a comprehensive one-stop resource to help guide you through this crisis. Info-Tech’s COVID-19 Resource Center consolidates all the resources you need to effectively navigate this crisis, including daily updates, regular webinars, and videos. Remember: Don’t panic – prepare.