Private Sector Hiring Slows in November
U.S. companies hired 307,000 employees last month, missing the 475,000 employees that economists expected.
U.S. Companies Add 219,000 Jobs in July: ADP
“The job market is booming, impacted by the deficit-financed tax cuts and increases in government spending.”
ADP Needs a New CFO, Says Research Firm
In rebutting Bill Ackman's call for a new CEO of ADP, Management CV suggests the problem is in the finance chief's office.
Ackman Presses for Strategy Changes at ADP
The activist investor says ADP could more than double its stock price if it cut staff and made better investments in technology.
Bill Ackman, ADP Heading for Proxy Fight?
The activist investor is planning to name a minority slate to the ADP board as he seeks "transformational change" at the company.
Is Court Ruling on Overtime Regs the Last Word?
While companies are cheering a judge's decision to quash the new DoL overtime regulations, thorny issues are in play, including the prospect of an appeal.
Private-Sector Hiring Ends 2015 on Strong Note
Employers added 257,000 jobs in December, the biggest gain for all of 2015 and another sign that strong job growth is continuing.
Job Growth Shows Biggest Jump in 5 Months
ADP reports a gain of 217,000 jobs last month, providing further evidence that the labor market is moving toward full employment.
U.S. Private Sector Shows Solid Job Growth
ADP reports that firms added 200,000 jobs in September, with the largest businesses accounting for more than half of the increase.
Private Sector Adds 190,000 Jobs in August
The job growth fell short of economists' expectations but remains strong except in the energy industry.
ADP Launches Private Exchange
ADP's private exchange for health insurance will service employers who have workers typically ineligible for company health benefits.