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ADP, ClearCompany Partner To Mesh Payroll, Talent Management

ClearCompany is partnering with Human Capital Management and payroll solutions company ADP to enhance its services.

The companies announced news on Friday (June 30) that they are partnering to integrate ADP’s payroll, benefits administration, and time and attendance services into ClearCompany’s talent management platform with a particular focus on small- and mid-sized businesses.

“By combining ClearCompany with ADP services, we are bringing a complete, modern and comprehensive HR solution to millions of employees currently leveraging both ADP and ClearCompany solutions,” said ClearCompany CEO Andre Lavoie in a statement. “Available today, ADP customers can experience a cutting-edge recruiting, onboarding and performance and goal management platform that is seamlessly integrated with their payroll, time and attendance and benefits.”

According to the companies, a “large percentage” of ClearCompany users are already using ADP solutions.

Earlier this year ADP released new data on small business job growth.

According to its report published in June, small businesses in the U.S. added 83,000 jobs in May, with companies of all sizes adding a combined 253,000 jobs. It was the second month in a row of rising hiring stats, but ADP revised small business hiring numbers for March and April to report lower job gains than previously estimated.

Still, ADP and Moody's agreed that the stats suggested small businesses remain confident about their economic positions in the market. On average, SMEs added 90,000 new employees a month since January – nearly double the additions seen in the last six months of 2016, researchers said.



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