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    Mar212019

    PODCAST: #HRHappyHour 364- The Root of the Productivity Gap

    HR Happy Hour 364- The Root of the Productivity Gap

    Host: Trish McFarlane

    Guest: George Michaels, Division Vice President at ADP

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    This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Trish was joined by George Michaels, Division Vice President at ADP, to talk about how HR leaders can identify the productivity gap, key contributors to that gap being high or low, and how knowing the contributing factors can lead to changes that drive business success in your organization.  They talked about how making changes to your strategic approach with your technology and improved partnerships with your vendor can make a substantial, sustainable difference.  

    George also shared his tips for making your organization's approach to technology use more actionable, and how it will enable greater consistency in the results you see from your employees and leaders.  As part of ADP's new service program, ADP Advantage, the tools you need to make these changes are now standard for ADP's customers.  This will drive greater success through the implementation process, "Go Live", and beyond.

    You can listen to the show on the show page HERE, on your favorite podcast app, or by using the widget player below:

    This was an interesting and engaging conversation on productivity from one of the world's largest and most well-known organizations. Thanks very much to George for joining Trish.  Learn more about ADP Advantage HERE.

    Remember to subscribe to the HR Happy Hour Show wherever you get your podcasts - just search for 'HR Happy Hour'.

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