Time & Labor Management Solutions

Tracking who's working, when and how much isn't just a hassle - it can be a nightmare. But it doesn't have to be.

When done right, tracking time and attendance isn't just good management - it's the foundation for unlocking your potential and making smarter decisions. ADP's Time and Labor Management solutions can help you simplify compliance, control labor costs, and improve productivity.

Simplify overtime compliance, and protect your bottom line.

The United States Department of Labor (DOL) published the final rule on the changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime rules. While the job duties component of exempt eligibility will remain the same, the thresholds for the salary tests have changed significantly. The changes will make an estimated 4.2 million workers eligible for overtime pay effective on December 1, 2016.*

With ADP, you'll get:

  • Visibility into overtime causes and trends with analytics dashboards
  • The ability to automatically apply your time and pay rules as time is collected
  • Alerts as individual employees approach overtime
  • Robust scheduling capabilities to help minimize overtime
  • Reporting that helps minimize the risk of costly legal actions

Time and Labor Management solutions suited for the shop around the corner and corporations around the world

ADP's automated tracking can save 40 minutes per week per manager

You're a small shop on Main Street? A multinational in 50 countries? Or maybe somewhere in between? Great. We can help with tools for:

  • Tracking time and attendance via clocks, web, phones and mobile apps
  • Managing shifts, vacations, attendance policies and leave cases
  • Scheduling so you have the right people in the right place at the right time
  • Monitoring hours worked for the purpose of ACA compliance and cost control
  • Analyzing key labor force metrics like overtime and absences
  • Mobile time tracking, time off request and staff management

* A U.S. District Court has temporarily blocked the new overtime rules from
going into effect on December 1, 2016. Read the Eye on Washington to learn more.