ROSELAND, N.J., May 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ADP®, a leading provider of global human capital management (HCM) services, today announced the launch of a new Health Care Reform section on ADP.com designed to help the company's approximately 600,000 clients and other employers more effectively plan for, and comply with, the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
How employers choose to comply with the ACA's mandates can have a significant impact on multiple aspects of their business – from payroll processing, to summary of benefits disclosures, to time and attendance tracking. As a result, human resources and benefits professionals are seeking insight and expertise to help them meet the current and future needs of their organization. The new, comprehensive ADP website provides critical, actionable information related to Health Care Reform via a user-friendly interface intended to help CFOs, financial managers and human resources executives better navigate the complexities of Health Care Reform and develop a more effective strategy for compliance.
The new Health Care Reform section of the site features an interactive ACA compliance timeline to help employers track guidance, deadlines, changes and updates as they happen, understand the impact of specific requirements on their business and gain insight and perspective from ADP experts on the front lines of Health Care Reform and its implementation.
Other key features of this section of the site include downloadable materials including infographics, webinars and white paper studies – and an overview of ADP's solutions, including Payroll Services, Talent Management, Human Resource Management, Employee Benefits Administration, Time and Attendance and Insurance and Retirement Services, to help employers maintain compliance and control costs.As ACA guidance continues to be released, ADP's Health Care Reform section of their site will be updated with new, dynamic content to meet evolving market needs and demand for new insights and information, so that companies can make more informed business decisions.