ADP Canada is partnering with Toronto-based software startup Blue J Legal to bring its artificial intelligence technology to ADP's HR Assist product for small and medium businesses (SMBs). Blue J Legal's technology, combined
It's no secret that small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) don't the budgets of their enterprise counterparts to spend on human resources expertise, so software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider ADP Canada wants to help them out.
Though we're guessing that "having a job" and "being paid a living wage" remain the topmost professional concerns for working-age Canadians, a new study indicates professional development is up there too. According to
Human resources leaders are feeling overburdened by new expectations that they build a workplace brand and are increasingly looking to outsource their tasks as a result, according to a new study from ADP
Over the past two decades, electronic payroll systems have become pervasive across North America. Yet for many smaller firms the technology remains inflexible and costly. PayMentEvolution Corp. has sought to change that. Recently
ADP onTuesday said it had signed up a number of government agencies and institutionalpartners for which it will electronically garnish wages and handle supportpayments on an employer's behalf.Toronto-based ADP, which claims to handle