ADP WINTER, 2014 | Vol. 23 No. 3                 
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» Automating Time and Attendance
» Mobile Management
» ADP Recognition
» Equal Employment Opportunity Laws
» Understanding E-Verify
» Increase Employee Engagement
» Starting Social Media
» Globally Mobile Workforce
» Cost-effective Hiring Process
» Globally Mobile Workforce
» Cost-effective Hiring Process
Midsized Business Challenges
» Connect With Users of ADP Solutions
» Reduce Your Compliance Workload

Exclusive webinar series offers advanced guidance on business challenges to midsized ADP® clients

How do ADP® reports reveal trends than can help your company plan for workforce changes? How does ADP support benefits for domestic partners? Practical information on these and other high-level topics is available through the recently launched ADP Pro Insights webinar series to ADP clients with 50 to 1,000 employees.

ADP Pro Insights is a professional educational program that lets midsized companies engage with ADP subject matter experts on a range of human capital management issues. Each special-invitation, client-only webinar addresses critical business challenges and helps you make the most of your relationship with ADP.

"It's very difficult to get away from a payroll desk," says Amanda Carney, Payroll Administrator of the Delaware law firm, Young Conaway Stargatt and Taylor. "These webinars are a nice way to help keep me in the loop with the constant changes in the industry."

For a list of recently archived webinars available to view on demand, go to the ADP Online Support Center and click on ADP Pro Insights.

Or watch your inbox for email notices of upcoming webinars.

Participation also qualifies you for RCH continuing education credits.

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