Dialogue with Peter Hadley, President at ADP Asia Pacific on how leaders in Asia can prepare ahead of change

Posted by: wenwenl on 9 April 2019 in ADP News, Evolution of Work, Human Capital Management, Innovation & Technology, Talent Management, Trend views

Are leaders in Asia doing enough to prepare their organisations for the future of work? HRD spoke to Peter Hadley, President at ADP Asia Pacific, to get his insights. HRD: The definition of work has changed drastically. How can leaders ensure employees remain engaged?PH: Many people say the definition of work has changed drastically in the...

How to Achieve Stress-Free Productivity: A Guide for HR Leaders

Posted by: on 10 January 2019 in HR, Talent Management

Stress-free productivity is the goal for every worker. Here’s a quick guide from “Getting Things Done” for busy HR leaders. Stress-free productivity is the goal for every worker — to feel on top of their workloads without being weighed down mentally and emotionally by to-dos. In the productivity classic “Getting Things Done: The Art of...

Nobody’s Perfect: Why Hiring An Imperfect HR Candidate Can Address the Talent Shortage

Posted by: on 13 December 2018 in HR, Human Capital Management, Talent Management

Hiring the right HR candidate often means finding someone with imperfect qualifications. Filling vacancies can be challenging if you’re searching for a HR candidate who exactly matches a long list of skills. But talent acquisition doesn’t need to be an all-or-nothing proposition. Instead of lamenting the talent shortage and skills gap, focus on training employees....

FAQ: Your Questions for Dr. Fermin Diez on Embracing Your HR Data

Posted by: on 6 December 2018 in Business Strategies, Thought Leadership

Dr. Fermin Diez, HR expert, professor and author recently joined ADP in our webinar HR Analytics: Embracing your HR Data with Confidence, discussing how you can achieve greater insights and data-driven decisions with your HR data. We ran out of time for audience questions, so here are Fermin’s answers to the ones that were submitted:...

Goal Management: How Employees Can Evaluate Their Progress

Posted by: on 22 November 2018 in Business Strategies, HR, Thought Leadership

If you want goal setting to be meaningful in your organisation, employees should create goals that are meaningful, relevant and regularly monitored. As you can see, this isn’t a once a year activity. In fact, it’s probably best to think of them in terms of process. Employees create a goal, watch their progress and then,...