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ADP Workforce Now Offers Global Payroll Function

ADP | January 21, 2022

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On January 20, premier HRM software provider ADP announced the launch of its newest functionality on the ADP Workforce Now Platform. The platform now integrates cross-country payroll functionality that enables U.S. and Canadian businesses to manage payroll across multiple international locations.

ADP Worforce Now’s new feature seamlessly integrates to simplify the management of end-to-end cross-country payroll. It eliminates the hassles that come with using multiple systems and provides cutting-edge data security with compliance to multi-country payroll obligations. Workforce Now provides information management for employees in 50 countries.

"As organizations evolve and expand globally, businesses will need technology to drive efficiency and expand their capabilities, Using our robust technology and proven processes, ADP delivers real-time integration that automatically syncs Workforce Now data with global payroll so that workers can be paid accurately and on time around the world. ADP Workforce Now with Global Payroll is another tool in our expansive line-up to meet our clients' needs as the world of work changes."

- Laura Brown, the president of Major Account Services and ADP Canada.

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