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Let's Chill With the Quarantine 15 Jokes

Therapy for Black Girls

04:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Let's Chill With the Quarantine 15 Jokes

"By now you've likely heard the jokes about gaining the quarantine fifteen. But which you might not have heard is why jokes and messages like this can be harmful. So today we're gonNA chat about it. For this conversation. I was joined by Dr Gail Brooks. Doctor Brooks is vice president and chief clinical officer for the Renfrew Center. She leaves the room through Clinical Excellence Board and the clinical training department, and has clinical and administrative oversight responsibility for Renfrew Residential Facility in Florida and for the nonresidential sites in California. Florida Georgia, Illinois North Carolina and Tennessee. For the past thirty years. She's treated patients from diverse backgrounds who suffer from eating disorders. Dr Brooks served as the eating disorder specialist in the HBO Film Thin has appeared on good. Morning America and has been featured in a variety of notable publications. A frequent presenter at conferences and workshops Dr Brookes, speaks on topics such as the treatment of the complex patient, eating disorders and cultural diversity. The interplay between eating disorders and trauma and eating disorders in Midlife women. Dr Brooks is a member of the I. ADP Board of Directors and former CO chair of the Academy of Eating Disorders Diversity special interest group. Dr Brooks and I discussed the link between trauma in eating disorders why there's been a spike in disordered eating during the pandemic. How to recognize if your relationship with food has become unhealthy. And the role that social media plays in eating disorders. If you notice something that resonates with you while enjoying our conversation, please share with us on social media using the HASHTAG TB in session. Here's our conversation. You so much for joining us today. Dr Brookes. Thank you for having me. It's great to be here. Yes, I'm very pleased to have you join us today because I know, we have been hearing lots and lots of you know jokes that aren't actually funny about like the quarantine fifteen and you know people thinking about their bodies a lot and we know a lot of our like self care strategies in terms of going to the gym in all of those things have been up in it, and so it feels like there's just a lot more attention than usual around like eating and body image, and so I'm glad that you were able to join us today for this conversation. While you're so right. I think all of those things that are impacting all of us, but in particular people with eating disorders I. Think are really struggling right now. Absolutely so I know dad. The National Eating Disorder Association's Instant Messaging Service has seen a seventy five percent increase in volume traffic since the pandemic begin, and I know that there is a lord connection between eating disorder, behaviors and trauma, so I wanted to hear if you could talk a little bit about you know what you think is really being triggered for people right now. Yeah, well I think in so many ways we're probably all being triggered by the crisis that we're in you, know I think the fact that we are in the middle of this whole the crisis, and also what's happening in sort of with racial inequity in all of that I think it's causing a lot of. Heightened emotion among us all. In particular depression, anxiety as well as other types of mental health conditions like eating disorders, disordered eating, and in even body image dissatisfaction are really on the rise over the last several months. Several factors that impact that the fact that we were sort of very quickly thrown into isolation, being asked to stay at home, really separate from our connections and also spend a lot of time around family members, which I think can be sometimes mixed blessing. But you know we're really social beings and I think when we don't have connection that that really does make it much more difficult for us to deal with the stressors in life, and to also to steal with with any sort of trauma that may have along with that I. Think the fears that we have around our own health fear of contagion anxiety about death I. Don't know about you, but I don't know that I ever really thought about death as much as I have in the last several months thinking you know, it could happen to me just as much as could happen to someone else, and so I think that can certainly be very. Of, scary?

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"adp" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

50:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"adp" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Tim Welcome the show. Thank you, you work at ADP, which does a lot of different things. Let's start off with just the overview of what the company does. What are the most important services the ADP provides? Eighty P is a human capital management company, so big words, but stands for basically doing a lot around the employees and their actions throughout the day it includes the time management it includes benefit, and it includes probably the most important thing. The payroll we run payroll for one in six Americans, we are in one hundred and forty different countries, so we run payroll in many countries and so we. The employee is going to get a lot of value out of the services that ADP can provide around managing their time their benefits, so they can add beneficiaries remove beneficiaries understand what plans we have a 401k option. It goes on and on so a wad of benefits and efforts around the employee and the actions that they would take. Describe the canonical technical challenges of building ADP. I think the number one issue is scale <hes> back to what I said one in six Americans hundred and forty countries. Nine thousand developers anytime. You're talking this kind of scale then. You're talking having to deal with complex. Calculations regulations across countries but Brown. The privacy rules are different where in one country you can expose what religion somebody is in another country. You absolutely can't various things that really make it difficult to work in A. Make it difficult to work for ADP, but make it difficult to understand how we can create applications for a wide variety of of users. We have companies that are as small as one employee themselves. They run payroll for themselves. We have companies largest three hundred thousand. We! Have companies crossed as I, said, one hundred and forty countries, so all the rules and everything associated with that the scale of that is incredibly challenging. Another area where we are. Large and and and deals with complexities is around the breath whereas I mentioned we have nine thousand technologists, but beyond technologists we also have. We started hiring people with unique skill sets. We hire anthropologists now. We hire behavioral psychologists. We hire people that have skill sets in areas that. One normally might not think of around a technology company, but we've found that by hiring. These type of people than the skill sets that they provide. We can understand what our users are looking to do better, and we can actually help our users in our financial tools for example knowing what the right nudges are to move a person from. Poor saving behavior to good saving behavior is a value to them and its value to ADP. So dealing with anything, that large is probably the number one issue that we deal with. You've been with the company for fifteen years. How has your perspective on? Engineering changed over that period of time. It's interesting. Where ideas that were valid fifteen years ago. Kind of fade away for awhile and then seem to come back, so it's it's interesting. When I started as a service oriented architecture was the Buzzword and that was the focus that people were trying to do in a kind of fell out of favor for a while, and now it's back again. It's just called different now. It's called micro services, so I think that the thing that I take away over the number of years is the dealing with. Parts and pieces of applications. Is You deal with them on a much smaller and simpler basis, people building large monolithic centralised applications. We just don't see that anymore, and there's a good reason for that because when you have a lot of different. Bits and pieces that you can plug together. You can find the best one of them and you know. The cream rises to the top, and and you can take the right parts and pieces plugged them together, and so again back when I started, and we all started in fifteen years ago and thirty years ago whatever? It was all about one big monolithic system. Now I don't see that as much anymore I don't think I don't know that we'll ever get back to that simply because we have the knowledge of how to get the best out of individual parts and pieces. How do you keep the full software architecture of such a large company in your head because it's? A lot of legacy components, there's a lot of different divisions of the organization. There's probably a lot of applications throughout the company where. Very few people even know what is going on in that black box legacy piece of code over there. How do you keep it all in your head? I honestly don't know if you can I mean I know I know I can't I try, and I cover again, but when you talk about those business units I was the chief architect for one of those business units for a period of time, and so yeah for that. Particular Business Unit I knew a lot, but we have five to seven different major business. Business units, and so trying to keep that all straight is is basically I think almost impossible, but what you can do, you can have layers of people, and that's what the way we work at is that we have and just from the architecture point of view. We have technical architects. We have principal architects. We have enterprise architects, and we have chief architects. And I think you need that layer of people and again we have developers as well and product owners, and and such, but from an architecture point of view I. Think you need the layers of those people so that you can go find a an architect or developer who's working on a line of code, but you can also go find an architect or developer that's working on an application or a or a chief architect that's working to try to make sure that they modernize or simplify award or application so. I. Think it really requires the you depend upon the team that you're working with, and you run the gambit, so as as I worked with teams, I would ensure that I talked to the one to the architects, not just the ones right below me and whatnot, but the ones below them. The ones blow down so you work that whole chain to try to keep it all straight. You can talk about documenting systems, and you can talk about automated <hes> applications that will map out your API is in your firewalls, and and all and and we run them just like everybody else does. But at the end of the day we've got applications out there. With two thousand tables in one application <hes>, there's no way for one person to keep that all straight and along when there's another twenty five applications at they're also working with, so it has to be the dependency on your people that you work with. Very simple question. How does money make it from one place to another so for example? You've got lots of payroll applications. I use ADP payroll. How does money make it from a bank account to? The bank accounts of the people that are being paid in the company. So ADP works off of Thebenz which approach you take, but most common one. Her company will contract with ADP, and they will have a bank account where they will deposit the money into an ADP account. Based on the payroll that we run, so we run payroll for them on say Tuesday they would deposit the money on. Say Wednesday based on what that payroll will be running, and then on Thursday or Friday depending upon the the bank and the company in the schedule we would then work with the nationalist Nacho System North American and a C.. H. A. I'm not sure exactly what the acronym is. We would work with that system to actually move the money. From ADP account into the five thousand different employees accounts. Now the reason that we do it. This way is that the company then would be the money to eighty P so that they did not have to deal with the actual moving of that money. We will take the responsibility of moving it from a centralized location to the five thousand distributed locations. and. What are some challenges of dealing with all the integration points around the ADP infrastructure? You have to integrate with banks I soon. As other kinds of companies you need to integrate with what is your strategy for managing lots of Third Party integrations. So ADP was one of the first companies Kamal with what's called the AP marketplace, so we have <hes> the ADP marketplace where companies can, both companies and partners can register to integrate with ADP so an individual mom and pop. Accounting firm could register with ADP and something as large as chase bank could integrate with ADP with the idea of being is back. With the definition of the API's and unfortunately filed movement as well, that's still prevalent in the financial industry. You can register to both move money to register to get account information to get employee information, etc, and if the company okays it from, so if the shoes the shoe repair company down the street okays it. They would say that mom and pop accounting firm can access my out locations and my data so that they can provide a service to me. And or maybe they say you can access the employee data, but not the employees financial data for example so there's different levels of authorization. But that's how we using the ADP, marketplace. We allow developers, partners and companies to access our data with the right authorizations to allow them to pull and and push data in and out of eighty systems. What about tax reporting infrastructure? There's lots of minutia needs to be handled in. Calculating taxes that would be paid on employee salaries. What's the? One thing you need to do is basically codify taxation, structure or accounting rules. What's the process for? That and checking it. So that's actually the one of the primary reasons, a large number of companies sign up with ADP. Because ADP will stand behind you when we do those calculations, many payroll companies will do payroll for you, and they will give you the numbers, and you will then start paying your people when you pay the government, and all will work out, but what will end up happening is that if the IRS comes calling? You may be standing on your own eighty doesn't do. Do that ADP stands behind the calculations they do. We actually have an entire group called the stat group statutory. Regulations Group, whose job it is is to manage and to find out all the tax implications and changes that happen if a city council pass and this happens all the time. The city council passes a new regulation that says one percent of everybody who lives in this city and works for companies greater size of ten thousand needs to pay extra money in. Then our statutory group will manage the. We'll be a responsible for finding out about those changes documenting those changes and getting those into the programmers, so that they can make the appropriate changes to the application systems, so it is an entire group, an entire statutory group that is responsible for managing those regulations. Along with that group, we also have a group that is responsible for dealing with the federal government. We have a group that spends their time talking to the. Senators and representatives. About irs policy so recently there was a change to the W to form. The ADP was one of the companies that was selected to pilot this change to to work with the IRS to design the change to pilot. What the change and to then role change out so now there's a barcode that will be on W. twos that type of information, because of the size of ADP because of the scope of our government and statutory sis, <hes> groups were actually able to understand, recognize and make those changes. Tell me more about the legacy application stack so the older applications. How do you ensure that they get managed properly? You have proper coverage as the different people new organization. Who might have. Had Their Dominion over the over the applications might age out. They might rotate to different parts of the company. Do you make sure you have the right areas of the application covered? So, we've been doing just like everybody else. We have next generation platforms I should say everybody else, but most everybody else were developing next generation platforms in tax in payroll and benefits. Cetera so we have our, legacy applications. That said we're spending a fair amount of time. Working with those Dec- applications to modernize those applications, so we certainly have the next generation of our applications, but we're actually spending a significant amount of time working with those within those applications to develop. New, and improved ways of applications working for example moving to containers, you can take a legacy application. Rapid in a container, and now you're getting a lot of the benefit of. CONTAINERIZATION can provide a modern application stack can provide and yet still some of the legacy application. Along with that while we're doing that, going back to the micro services were actually evaluating our applications for what parts of our applications are. Should be. Protected into micro services organization an application. So we've take applications that are monoliths that were based on as you said legacy programmers like to see skill sets, and we both modernized the application, and we both and we looked to convert the application into the services that it's made up of so that we can take those bit piece parts and combine them together along with other applications. One of the things for example, our payroll engines payroll for many people think they think of it as hours worked times your rate and you take out a little bit for the government and it's all good. But the reality is that it's not anywhere near that simple as much as we'd like it to be. And so there's a lot of bits and pieces of the. Payroll applications. We believe very strongly as is the secret sauce that ADP. And the benefit that ADP can provide companies, so we want to make sure that we don't lose that, so we are not just abandoning. 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Once you rapid him to within a container, now have the opportunity to apply automation to deployment of that container. Whereas in the past you might have a cobol application or a Java application deployed into CIC S. or onto the mainframe into DB two. Now we're able to actually do is take those applications. Again break them into smaller parts and pieces wrapped them into current. Technologies and news automation to do deployments of them, so it's really we've found that when we. We started trying to work towards. Consistent services for deployments that we were able to actually wrap are likely applications into those some of those same processes. In fact, one of our legacy applications is probably one of our furthest along with doing that because they saw the benefit. Going back to that aging workforce, they saw the benefit of having this available to them, so they didn't have those concerns. And they grabbed it and ran with it, and so we now have one of our lives applications, probably the furthest along in our automated deployment processes, simply because of that reason. I think technical debt is just unavoidable as an application, it's older and the older and application stack gets the the more that technical debt and. Just legacy applications become an issue and I want to talk about the you know. The brighter sides of having a barge PLATFORMA large well-developed application, but I would like to to focus a little bit more on technical debt in how to relieve or have a constantly constantly in place relief process for assessing technical debt. Do you have any additional strategies for how to reflector these problematic blackbox? Remember the. I've worked a few different companies and. Just there's a lot of different strategies for dealing with these legacy applications. Sometimes you just put a sham over it and you kind of like an entirely new API, because it's you have some part of a legacy application that is just it can't be really understood. It's you have to re factor and reframe what this thing does. Do you have any stories or or lessons for dealing with that kind of technical debt? So we do and we started the started because of aws and movement to the cloud, but it really came about we were to take that movement in that effort and apply it as he said to legacy applications as well that may or may not be moving to the cloud. And that is around. The Weller protected framework, so aws publishes a weller protected framework. That allows you to evaluate. Location and determine. Some of its bit pieces and parts, and determine which where there are some weaknesses in some areas of concern, etc.. We were able to take that. Weller connected framework documents and process, and we actually applied to our internal applicant, our to our applications as well even if they may or may not be a move into the cloud. It's not. We had to modify it because it's not it's. Focused for applications and their movement to the cloud, and we weren't necessarily looking to move all our applications there, but it did give us a consistent platform on which to evaluate applications determine. where? What application we should do. What with so for example should we just re architect this application? Should we retain it, but we should containerize it. Should we rewrite it? Should we just re platform it? Should we take an? Should we break out different parts and pieces so taking the well architecture framework approach that aws provided modifying at four eighty piece Pacific benefits Roy allowed us to evaluate our way to see applications and determine how to handle some of that technical debt and eliminated. So, there's a lot of different surfaces and a lot of different application points within ADP and. You might want to prioritize which of these to modernize over time, so maybe you have one application over here that you would like to see in the cloud. You have another application over here that you would like to move to continuous delivery. What's the process of prioritizing? What areas of an application should be modernized? We Have A. Center of Excellence, and that's one of the things that I think a lot of people benefit from is to have centers of excellence and Architecture Review Board, type groups to Benetton different companies, call it different things and do different things with it, but to have a group of folks that are able to evaluate some of these platforms and services. We're going back to. We take all of our applications and we have them. Go through our doctor. Framework Review. We then come away with some findings. As far as what direction this application should take on various parts and pieces, but as you mentioned, there's always a prioritization because <hes> with unlimited money we could do unlimited things, but we don't have that, and so then the center of excellence would get together and review that and help the product owners and the strategy make a decision as far as which ones of these we should focus on. For example ADP on talking about things like cloud, which is very good around the scaling up and scaling down we run a lot of activities that take place at a specific time of the day of the week of the month, so for example at nine o'clock eastern time or pretty much all of the nine ten and eleven o'clock eastern time on the hour. We have a lot of people that looked to clock in at the five, o'clock eastern and. And so on, we have a lot of people. Look to clock out, so we need extra bandwidth an extra processing power those periods of time, but we don't need at the rush of the periods of time, so somebody would take a look at this and say. Is this a good application based on the needs that it has based on the review of of of its scope to understand which ones of these applications might benefit for moving to the cloud. Twenty years ago, we were running cloud. We were running. Our own data center. It was a private college, but it was fully funded by ADP, so you're paying for all the hardware. So you needed the full braff, no matter the burst capability, so by modernizing by evaluating which applications could take advantage of things like scale ability of the cloud. Were able to decide is which application we should focus on first, second and third of that modernization effort. Tell me more about how you choose. Which public cloud services to you, so I've heard. Different companies will have strategies like they'll say okay. We're only going to use this. Particular cloud database will only going to use this particular relational database or key value store. How do you prioritize? Areas of public cloud to to use or how sorry narrow your focus to which aries public cloud to choose. So. ADP started with a pretty broad brush. We started taking advantage of. A lot of those different services across a lot of our organization, and there wasn't a cohesive picture necessarily. But we took a step back and evaluate about and said we're gaining great experience and knowledge of how these services work and the benefits of the various services, and so it was okay, but we did start to then after a period of time, start to take a second. Look at this and say okay. Now that we've had time had a number of different applications. Try a different in a number of different services. Let's take a step back and evaluate which one of those services is actually adding us the most value. If you take a very simple one like container management, and we're primarily an aws shop. If you take a look at it, they have you can run Kunis on EC two instances. You can run their UCS service. You can run their e KS service, or you could run their far gate service, and so they have a number of different approaches just to solving the one problem, and we had a number of teams evaluate and look at and actually tried to roll applications out on a number of those different options. Then we took a step back and said okay. Now that we've done that when we've gained the experiences to which ones are helpful, and which ones are hurting us, and which ones are are more beneficial than others were able to take a look at that evaluate, which is the best of the three four two options, and then start to focus our efforts on that particular option, and so we've done that crossed. API's across networking across storage. Across containers, etc, so it was a process by which we. Generated approaches at a number of services sort of a the shotgun approach, and then evaluated it, and then came away with just focusing on the individual ones, the made the most sense. What has the data platform? Evolution looked like from your point of view so many shows <unk> data, platforms and the. Relationships between transactional data, stores and analytical data, storage and processing. Often have these transactional data stores where it's like you know storing the user data or storing the different records of transactions, you might have analytical jobs. You might want to run to aggregate large sums of data and use different databases different processing systems for this. What does your data platform look like today? So. Data as stated, is our middle name, automatic data processing, and and we feel very. About data we feel that the value that the data can provide is something that can benefit obviously ADP, but can benefit our clients as well. Eh can benefit the industry as a whole and. Put too fine point on. It can help the the consumer in general, so we take a look at this and and one of the things for example that ADP does is publisher jobs report. And we do that and we provide that make that data available to anyone including our competitors, and and including the government's and whatnot else for the purpose of trying to make data. More. And valuable to everyone. So we've gone, and we created out of our labs environment, we created a product called data cloud that we have rolled out. For it's probably been three years now we have rolled out and made available to our clients, and at times made available to the general public for the purpose of wedding. Companies understand their employee base. Helping them to make decisions on where to build new locations where to hire more staff where to focus some of their attentions. Based on their employees, their locations, their behaviors, their attitudes excetera. Because ADP does have this wide breath of data. We take our transactional information as you mention and rolled up into an analytical format into data lakes, and make it available, so that people can and companies can make decisions that will help them. So it's incredibly valuable to ADP and incredibly useful to the industry as a whole. What is the term digital transformation meant from your perspective? Eighty P and many people myself included believe that digital transformation. is around taking. The? Manual effort out of human tasks automating them, and therefore giving the people actually more responsibility. One of the things people often look at is. Hey if you automate a task, can you then eliminate a position? And that's not the way ADP looks at it. ADP looks at it. Can you automate a task so you can give that person more responsibility? Taking our developers as an example. Taking away. PROVIDING AUTOMATION TO THE DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE ALLOWS a developer now to not just focus on development, but they can also focus on building the shipping and the sporting of that same application. So now we've taken people that were focused in a specific area, doing a specific manual effort and were actually able to turn them into. Individuals with a wider breadth of responsibility across both larger number of applications or deeper within their application, and actually and make the job actually more interesting than it was before. So a lot of people worry about digital transformation. They feel that it's a a risk to jobs. ADP is approaching it actually as a benefit, it obviously is there to remove manual effort. There's no question about that, but is there to do it for the right reasons, which is actually adding value rather than people what people worry about with the elimination of jobs. Does that actually play a role? Do you actually talk to people in the company who are afraid that their job is going to be eliminated by for example the addition of infrastructure as code? Yes there are people I mean and this is common throughout. We have people whose job it is is to evaluate light software license, compliance and one approach to doing that is to. Manually review, software license compliance, but a better way to do that is to have tooling. Go through and evaluate the software licensing and highlight the issues. Now we can have a person instead of manually scanning applications and manually compiling results we can have people work towards identifying what are the software licenses? We should be working towards and getting those applied to all applications, instead of one or two applications, so are actually taking these people and increasing the breath of their scope. By doing in this way, so certainly when people I hear about digital transformation, and we hear about customer service reps and wanted to use chat bots, instead of having people answer phones having a chat. Bot handle this. People worry that in what that means is, we want to get rid of customer service representatives, and what that really means is we customer service representatives focused on the task. The chat bots can't do because going back to what I mentioned. Payroll is complex benefits is incredibly complex and in order to understand and help our customers with that we want our. People to be focused on the right set of problems, and by taking away some of these lower level problems, having the automation with the Chat Bot with they automatic scan with infrastructure is coats of deployments. Go smoother. Having those pieces in place allows us to actually have the people focus on the higher order issues. So we do have people that are concerned about that. But I honestly feel that. We are giving them a better solution rather than focusing on elimination of jobs. Errors and bugs and crashes have an all the time across my software. Most often these crashes have to do with obscure exceptions that come from react components failing to render on the client device. Source maps and stack traces would be useful, but in many cases I'm not able to identify the root causes because the error is occurring on a client device. It's not on my infrastructure. And what can I do about that? I can use century century dot io can quickly triage and resolve issues in real time visit century, Don I o slash sign up and use code se daily to sign up for two free months. You can simply choose the platform that you're integrating with century works for every major language and framework from rails to C. Sharp to Java or react native. And you install the as you integrate it with your application, and after that errors will be caught by century, and you'll be alerted the moment that they occur so that you can triage and resolve and keep your users happy with functional applications. If you're building an application, you want to monitor your errors in your performance. Try Century by visiting century DOT IO slash, sign up and new users can use code S. E. Daily for two free months. Thank you for being a sponsor of Software Engineering daily century, and you can go to century dot io slash, sign up and use Code Se daily if you're curious about. And what about higher hiring it scale? What is the hiring process for bringing on more engineers at ADP? So ADP has started. First off. Just let me preface this by I am not. The responsible for significant amount of hiring so I contribute, but I do not hire. I'm sole contributor in in in my role. WHAT ADP has been doing more of is focusing on some of our internship and college higher opportunities, trying to look for people that are interested in innovation interested in new approaches. Because we WANNA. Make sure that we continue to get a talent base that has brought of skills that is not looking at doing it the way it's been done just because it's the way it's been done looking at doing it. What is the right way to do that? One of the things that we did over the last five years. Who is we started opening up innovation centers in different parts of the country. We have one in Pasadena one in New York. City one down in Brazil. ETC where we actually put these innovation centres. Right amidst some of the top names in our New York office, it is surrounded by Google. Microsoft, by other, well established innovative companies as well as some of the new companies on the marketplace. spotify, etc, it's in what's called. What many people call instead of calling? It's Silicon Valley. The call it so Allie. And we do that, so we could start to attract. A different type of talent it isn't that it's better or worse, but at that it's different and get some of the skill sets associated with some of those locations into the ADP. Environment having people like that and skill sets as I mentioned behavioral psychologist, a anthropologist, having those types of roles in eighty P has allowed us to Rowley broaden the scope of. Talent. Throughout the entire company. And when you have acute engineering issues. Do you ever hire contractors? Have you utilized contractors at ADP. ADP does hire a fair amount of contractors. In fact I have one of the projects on working with his our ventures group are ventures. Group is just as it sounds. ADP SPUN UP A group to evaluate new ideas within ADP and we didn't want to necessarily commit large number of people to those efforts. Until we find out how successful they're going to be, so there is a case where we absolutely use contractors to come in and help us. Design build and execute system that will then be available and sold as an eighty product and determine whether or not there is a market for this type of application it could be. It's usually within the scope of what the rest of the human capital management portfolio is, but it doesn't have to be, and that's where we found that using things like contractors to come in and help us augment staff in particular locations like that allows us to quickly and rapidly produce an application. Evaluate the success and and value of that application without having a high cost of employee staff. How do you orchestrate communications between different teams? So one of the things Kobe was a interesting. Obviously it's it's a large phenomenom that's happening to us and it's directly affecting everyone, but one of the things that ADP has always done as have a work at home and collaborative approach so. We've always offered allowed people to work from home. So you've always had a mix of some people working at home, some people working in the office, some people working part time both places alternating between the two, so we've always had to deal with collaboration and communication, so we use a variety of tool sets. We use webex teams. There's a fair amount of cloud software cloud infrastructure applications that we use to communicate and collaborate between our application between our application DEV teams to ensure that everybody stays. On the right path and stays together in alignment, so ADP adopted Agile, a number of years back so all nine thousand of our technologists are in of set of agile teams. Some of those are scrums. Some those are Kanban <hes>, etc, but they each have many of them have stand up meetings every day. ETC, so we do have. Because of covert, it has pushed us to do more of it, but we were always doing a fair amount of a collaboration and communication, because with distributed teams you, it's required. You mentioned the ventures efforts a little bit earlier, and when you have an application that's on the critical path of. Something like payroll than. Doing experimentation is always kind of tricky. How do you provide experimentation and freshness in a company that is on such a critical path? So ADP has always been. Working towards innovation, we were some of the first to deal with, if not the first to have a mobile age CNN application. We were one of the first, if not the first to have A. Marketplace application human capital management marketplace application. We recently won an award from New York City. Dealing with startups we were voted one of the top startups in New York City and you would think about that. And you think about a company. The size of ADP that has been around for seventy years, and Scott calls to sixty thousand employees and yet we still were considered. And voted on to be a startup and that's because. We realize that the. Core technologies in core values that require ADP to focus on our payroll, our human capital management etc.. Those are critical and we never lose sight of them. Dot said. We understand that it does as you mentioned have to stay fresh, so for example we recently started looking at payroll on demand. I mentioned a while back ago. You we many companies run payroll on a weekly basis. They might or bi weekly or monthly basis. They might kick it off on a Tuesday. They might finalize it on a Wednesday they actually. <hes> run the reports on Thursday, and now what we've changed to is to have a model where you can run payroll at two o'clock on a Monday and you could run it for one person you can run for the entire company or you could not. You could run it Monday Tuesday and Wednesday you could run it all three days and pay people <hes> each day, so it really feel that. While payroll while benefits while retirement services, except for time, management are critical functions. We also always recognize that we've got to be looking for innovation and new approaches, even within that and looked to evaluate things like payroll on demand. Or the use of pay cards specially with code going on, people are less interested to get actual paper checks. They're not as able to get to their banks. And so what we found is is we're able to deliver money. We've always had the ability to money to pay cards. Instead more people are starting to take advantage of it, so we're looking for ways to how to enhance their value to the employees so that they can get more out of those pay cards. Just to wrap up. There are multiple companies that you've spent more than fifteen years at which is amazing. That is a lot of dedication to spend fifteen years at a company much more so to do it at two different companies. How do you stick around for so long? Darn, good question I. Enjoy my job and so. So back to my history, yes, I worked fifteen years for one large firm Prudential and then I worked now I did start up in the middle. I did a couple of their jobs in the middle, and I worked fifteen years for eighty P and I think the key to everything that I've done is. Having. Having flexibility to work and do a wide variety of jobs. I know many people give large companies a bad rap. They think while you know once you get in there. You're just a small dog and a big machine and you know nobody's going to listen to you and again. I did a start up as well <hes>, and so when you do a startup, everybody thinks Oh, you know you're you've got complete control over everything and <hes> every it. It's so exciting, new and fresh. And what I actually found was I enjoyed working for a large company, not because of the security of the large company or being able to to get lost in amongst so many other people, but instead of the opportunities that have gave me so I've worked in development. I worked in support I'VE WORKED IN STRATEGY I've worked in multiple different business units. I've done architecture as well as development and I did that. In my previous fifteen years as well I've moved across different business units I've moved across different application teams and having that ability to move around within a large company. I've actually made. It felt. I've turned my job into multiple different jobs. My current job as is chief architect strategy I'm focused now on strategy. It's not something that I thought I would be doing three years ago, but I'm starting to do it I enjoy it tremendously where I go from here will only time will tell but I think that the key is is looking beyond the boundaries of just what's in front of you? And what's The job? Right in front of you, but what's? What's out there throughout the company? What's out there throughout the industry? So one of the things that I do is I. Try to make sure that I stay curious about what else is going on in the industry. What else is going on without both with our competitors and outside our competitors, and then try to look to apply some of those new ideas into my current job, so my job always stays fresh. Temp so much on the show from

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"And what about higher hiring it scale? What is the hiring process for bringing on more engineers at ADP? So ADP has started. First off. Just let me preface this by I am not. The responsible for significant amount of hiring so I contribute, but I do not hire. I'm sole contributor in in in my role. WHAT ADP has been doing more of is focusing on some of our internship and college higher opportunities, trying to look for people that are interested in innovation interested in new approaches. Because we WANNA. Make sure that we continue to get a talent base that has brought of skills that is not looking at doing it the way it's been done just because it's the way it's been done looking at doing it. What is the right way to do that? One of the things that we did over the last five years. Who is we started opening up innovation centers in different parts of the country. We have one in Pasadena one in New York. City one down in Brazil. ETC where we actually put these innovation centres. Right amidst some of the top names in our New York office, it is surrounded by Google. Microsoft, by other, well established innovative companies as well as some of the new companies on the marketplace. spotify, etc, it's in what's called. What many people call instead of calling? It's Silicon Valley. The call it so Allie. And we do that, so we could start to attract. A different type of talent it isn't that it's better or worse, but at that it's different and get some of the skill sets associated with some of those locations into the ADP. Environment having people like that and skill sets as I mentioned behavioral psychologist, a anthropologist, having those types of roles in eighty P has allowed us to Rowley broaden the scope of. Talent. Throughout the entire company. And when you have acute engineering issues. Do you ever hire contractors? Have you utilized contractors at ADP. ADP does hire a fair amount of contractors. In fact I have one of the projects on working with his our ventures group are ventures. Group is just as it sounds. ADP SPUN UP A group to evaluate new ideas within ADP and we didn't want to necessarily commit large number of people to those efforts. Until we find out how successful they're going to be, so there is a case where we absolutely use contractors to come in and help us. Design build and execute system that will then be available and sold as an eighty product and determine whether or not there is a market for this type of application it could be. It's usually within the scope of what the rest of the human capital management portfolio is, but it doesn't have to be, and that's where we found that using things like contractors to come in and help us augment staff in particular locations like that allows us to quickly and rapidly produce an application. Evaluate the success and and value of that application without having a high cost of employee staff. How do you orchestrate communications between different teams? So one of the things Kobe was a interesting. Obviously it's it's a large phenomenom that's happening to us and it's directly affecting everyone, but one of the things that ADP has always done as have a work at home and collaborative approach so. We've always offered allowed people to work from home. So you've always had a mix of some people working at home, some people working in the office, some people working part time both places alternating between the two, so we've always had to deal with collaboration and communication, so we use a variety of tool sets. We use webex teams. There's a fair amount of cloud software cloud infrastructure applications that we use to communicate and collaborate between our application between our application DEV teams to ensure that everybody stays. On the right path and stays together in alignment, so ADP adopted Agile, a number of years back so all nine thousand of our technologists are in of set of agile teams. Some of those are scrums. Some those are Kanban etc, but they each have many of them have stand up meetings every day. ETC, so we do have. Because of covert, it has pushed us to do more of it, but we were always doing a fair amount of a collaboration and communication, because with distributed teams you, it's required. You mentioned the ventures efforts a little bit earlier, and when you have an application that's on the critical path of. Something like payroll than. Doing experimentation is always kind of tricky. How do you provide experimentation and freshness in a company that is on such a critical path? So ADP has always been. Working towards innovation, we were some of the first to deal with, if not the first to have a mobile age CNN application. We were one of the first, if not the first to have A. Marketplace application human capital management marketplace application. We recently won an award from New York City. Dealing with startups we were voted one of the top startups in New York City and you would think about that. And you think about a company. The size of ADP that has been around for seventy years, and Scott calls to sixty thousand employees and yet we still were considered. And voted on to be a startup and that's because. We realize that the. Core technologies in core values that require ADP to focus on our payroll, our human capital management etc.. Those are critical and we never lose sight of them. Dot said. We understand that it does as you mentioned have to stay fresh, so for example we recently started looking at payroll on demand. I mentioned a while back ago. You we many companies run payroll on a weekly basis. They might or bi weekly or monthly basis. They might kick it off on a Tuesday. They might finalize it on a Wednesday they actually. run the reports on Thursday, and now what we've changed to is to have a model where you can run payroll at two o'clock on a Monday and you could run it for one person you can run for the entire company or you could not. You could run it Monday Tuesday and Wednesday you could run it all three days and pay people each day, so it really feel that. While payroll while benefits while retirement services, except for time, management are critical functions. We also always recognize that we've got to be looking for innovation and new approaches, even within that and looked to evaluate things like payroll on demand. Or the use of pay cards specially with code going on, people are less interested to get actual paper checks. They're not as able to get to their banks. And so what we found is is we're able to deliver money. We've always had the ability to money to pay cards. Instead more people are starting to take advantage of it, so we're looking for ways to how to enhance their value to the employees so that they can get more out of those pay cards. Just to wrap up. There are multiple companies that you've spent more than fifteen years at which is amazing. That is a lot of dedication to spend fifteen years at a company much more so to do it at two different companies. How do you stick around for so long? Darn, good question I. Enjoy my job and so. So back to my history, yes, I worked fifteen years for one large firm Prudential and then I worked now I did start up in the middle. I did a couple of their jobs in the middle, and I worked fifteen years for eighty P and I think the key to everything that I've done is..

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09:29 min | 2 weeks ago

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"And what about higher hiring it scale? What is the hiring process for bringing on more engineers at ADP? So ADP has started. First off, just let me preface this by I am not. The responsible for significant amount of hiring so I contribute, but I do not hire I'm sole contributor in in in my role. WHAT ADP has been doing more of is focusing on some of our internship and college higher opportunities, trying to look for people that are interested in innovation interested in new approaches. Because WE WANNA? Make sure that we continue to get a talent base that has brought of skills that is not looking at doing it the way it's been done just because it's the way it's been done looking at doing it. What is the right way to do that? One of the things that we did over the last five years. Who is we started opening up innovation centers in different parts of the country. We have one in Pasadena. One in New York City one down in Brazil. ETC where we actually put these innovation centres. Right amidst some of the top names in our New York office, it is surrounded by Google Microsoft by other well established innovative companies as well as some of the new companies on the marketplace. spotify, etc, it's in what's called. What many people call instead of calling? It's Silicon Valley. The call it so Allie. And we do that, so we could start to attract. A different type of talent it isn't that it's better or worse, but at that it's different and get some of the skill sets associated with some of those locations into the ADP. Environment having people like that and skill sets as I mentioned behavioral psychologist, a anthropologist, having those types of roles in eighty P has allowed us to Rowley. Broaden the scope of. Talent? Throughout the entire company. And when you have acute engineering issues, do you ever hire contractors? Have you utilized contractors at ADP? ADP does hire a fair amount of contractors. In fact, I have one of the projects on working with his our ventures group are ventures. Group is just as it sounds. ADP SPUN UP A group to evaluate new ideas within ADP and we didn't want to necessarily commit large number of people to those efforts. Until we find out how successful they're going to be, so there is a case where we absolutely use contractors to come in and help us. Design build and execute system that will then be available and sold as an eighty product and determine whether or not there is a market for this type of application it could be. It's usually within the scope of what the rest of the human capital management portfolio is, but it doesn't have to be, and that's where we found that using things like contractors to come in and help us augment staff in particular locations like that allows us to quickly and rapidly produce an application. Evaluate the success and and value of that application without having a high cost of employee staff. How do you orchestrate communications between different teams? So one of the things Kobe was a interesting. Obviously it's it's a large phenomenom that's happening to us and it's directly affecting everyone but one of the things that ADP. Done as have a work at home and collaborative approach so. We've always offered allowed people to work from home. So you've always had a mix of some people working at home, some people working in the office, some people working part time both places alternating between the two, so we've always had to deal with collaboration and communication, so we use a variety of tool sets. We use webex teams. There's a fair amount of cloud software cloud infrastructure applications that we use to communicate and collaborate between our application between our application. DEV teams to ensure that everybody stays. On the right path and stays together in alignment, so ADP adopted Agile, a number of years back so all nine thousand of our technologists are in of set of agile teams. Some of those are scrums. Some those are Kanban etc, but they each have many of them have stand up meetings every day. ETC, so we do have. Because of covert, it has pushed us to do more of it, but we were always doing a fair amount of a collaboration and communication, because with distributed teams you, it's required. You mentioned the ventures. It's a little bit earlier and when you have an application that's on the critical path of. Something like payroll than. Doing experimentation is always kind of tricky. How do you provide experimentation and freshness in a company that is on such a critical path? So ADP has always been. Working towards innovation, we were some of the first to deal with, if not the first to have a mobile age CNN application. We were one of the first, if not the first to have A. Marketplace application, human capital management marketplace application. We recently won an award from New York City dealing with startups. We were voted one of the top startups in New York. City, and you would think about that, and you'd think about a company. The size of ADP that has been around for seventy years, and Scott calls to sixty thousand employees and yet we still were considered. And voted on to be a startup and that's because. We realize that the. Core technologies in core values that require ADP to focus on our payroll, our human capital management etc.. Those are critical and we never lose sight of them. That said we do understand that it does as you mentioned, have to stay fresh, so for example. We recently started looking at payroll on demand. I mentioned a while back ago. You we many companies run payroll on a weekly basis. They might or bi weekly or monthly basis. They might kick it off on a Tuesday. They might finalize it on a Wednesday. They actually. run the reports on Thursday, and now what we've changed to is to have a model where you can run payroll at two o'clock on a Monday and you could run it for one person you can run for the entire company or you could not. You could run it Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. You could run it all three days and pay people each day so it. It really feel that. While payroll while benefits while retirement services, except for time management are critical functions. We also always recognize that we've got to be looking for innovation and new approaches, even within that and looked to evaluate things like payroll on demand. Or the use of pay cards specially with code going on, people are less interested to get actual paper checks. They're not as able to get to their banks. And so what we found is is we're able to deliver money. We've always had the ability to money to pay cards. Instead more people are starting to take advantage of it, so we're looking for ways to how to enhance their value to the employees so that they can get more out of those pay cards. Just to wrap up, there are multiple companies that you've spent more than fifteen years at which is amazing. That is a lot of dedication to spend fifteen years at a company much more so to do it at two different companies. How do you stick around for so long? Darn good question I enjoy my job and so. So back to my history. Yes I worked fifteen years for one large firm Prudential, and then I worked now I did start up in the middle. I did a couple of their jobs in the middle and I worked fifteen years for eighty..

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09:05 min | 2 weeks ago

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"The deployment process for legacy applications. There's always gonNA be pain. Points around see applications, but there's also opportunities for improvement, and that's the way we're kind approaching it so as I mentioned one with things we're talking about is wrapping applications within containers. Once you rapid him to within a container, now have the opportunity to apply automation to deployment of that container. Whereas in the past you might have a cobol application or a Java application deployed into CIC S. or onto the mainframe into DB two. Now we're able to actually do is take those applications. Again break them into smaller parts and pieces wrapped them into current. Technologies and news automation to do deployments of them, so it's really we've found that when we. We started trying to work towards. Consistent services for deployments that we were able to actually wrap are likely applications into those some of those same processes. In fact, one of our legacy applications is probably one of our furthest along with doing that because they saw the benefit. Going back to that aging workforce, they saw the benefit of having this available to them, so they didn't have those concerns. And they grabbed it and ran with it, and so we now have one of our lives applications, probably the furthest along in our automated deployment processes, simply because of that reason. I think technical debt is just unavoidable as an application, it's older and the older and application stack gets the the more that technical debt and. Just legacy applications become an issue and I want to talk about the you know. The brighter sides of having a barge PLATFORMA large well-developed application, but I would like to to focus a little bit more on technical debt in how to relieve or have a constantly constantly in place relief process for assessing technical debt. Do you have any additional strategies for how to reflector these problematic blackbox? Remember the. I've worked a few different companies and. Just there's a lot of different strategies for dealing with these legacy applications. Sometimes you just put a sham over it and you kind of like an entirely new API, because it's you have some part of a legacy application that is just it can't be really understood. It's you have to re factor and reframe what this thing does. Do you have any stories or or lessons for dealing with that kind of technical debt? So we do and we started the started because of aws and movement to the cloud, but it really came about we were to take that movement in that effort and apply it as he said to legacy applications as well that may or may not be moving to the cloud. And that is around. The Weller protected framework, so aws publishes a weller protected framework. That allows you to evaluate. Location and determine. Some of its bit pieces and parts, and determine which where there are some weaknesses in some areas of concern, etc.. We were able to take that. Weller connected framework documents and process, and we actually applied to our internal applicant, our to our applications as well even if they may or may not be a move into the cloud. It's not. We had to modify it because it's not it's. Focused for applications and their movement to the cloud, and we weren't necessarily looking to move all our applications there, but it did give us a consistent platform on which to evaluate applications determine. where? What application we should do. What with so for example should we just re architect this application? Should we retain it, but we should containerize it. Should we rewrite it? Should we just re platform it? Should we take an? Should we break out different parts and pieces so taking the well architecture framework approach that aws provided modifying at four eighty piece Pacific benefits Roy allowed us to evaluate our way to see applications and determine how to handle some of that technical debt and eliminated. So, there's a lot of different surfaces and a lot of different application points within ADP and. You might want to prioritize which of these to modernize over time, so maybe you have one application over here that you would like to see in the cloud. You have another application over here that you would like to move to continuous delivery. What's the process of prioritizing? What areas of an application should be modernized? We Have A. Center of Excellence, and that's one of the things that I think a lot of people benefit from is to have centers of excellence and Architecture Review Board, type groups to Benetton different companies, call it different things and do different things with it, but to have a group of folks that are able to evaluate some of these platforms and services. We're going back to. We take all of our applications and we have them. Go through our doctor. Framework Review. We then come away with some findings. As far as what direction this application should take on various parts and pieces, but as you mentioned, there's always a prioritization because with unlimited money we could do unlimited things, but we don't have that, and so then the center of excellence would get together and review that and help the product owners and the strategy make a decision as far as which ones of these we should focus on. For example ADP on talking about things like cloud, which is very good around the scaling up and scaling down we run a lot of activities that take place at a specific time of the day of the week of the month, so for example at nine o'clock eastern time or pretty much all of the nine ten and eleven o'clock eastern time on the hour. We have a lot of people that looked to clock in at the five, o'clock eastern and. And so on, we have a lot of people. Look to clock out, so we need extra bandwidth an extra processing power those periods of time, but we don't need at the rush of the periods of time, so somebody would take a look at this and say. Is this a good application based on the needs that it has based on the review of of of its scope to understand which ones of these applications might benefit for moving to the cloud. Twenty years ago, we were running cloud. We were running. Our own data center. It was a private college, but it was fully funded by ADP, so you're paying for all the hardware. So you needed the full braff, no matter the burst capability, so by modernizing by evaluating which applications could take advantage of things like scale ability of the cloud. Were able to decide is which application we should focus on first, second and third of that modernization effort. Tell me more about how you choose. Which public cloud services to you, so I've heard. Different companies will have strategies like they'll say okay. We're only going to use this. Particular cloud database will only going to use this particular relational database or key value store. How do you prioritize? Areas of public cloud to to use or how sorry narrow your focus to which aries public cloud to choose. So. ADP started with a pretty broad brush. We started taking advantage of. A lot of those different services across a lot of our organization, and there wasn't a cohesive picture necessarily. But we took a step back and evaluate about and said we're gaining great experience and knowledge of how these services work and the benefits of the various services, and so it was okay, but we did start to then after a period of time, start to take a second. Look at this and say okay. Now that we've had time had a number of different applications. Try a different in a number of different services. Let's take a step back and evaluate which one of those services is actually adding us the most value. If you take a very simple one like container management, and we're primarily an aws shop. If you take a look at it,.

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08:51 min | 2 weeks ago

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"The deployment process for legacy applications. There's always gonNA be pain. Points around see applications, but there's also opportunities for improvement, and that's the way we're kind approaching it so as I mentioned one with things we're talking about is wrapping applications within containers. Once you rapid him to within a container, now have the opportunity to apply automation to deployment of that container. Whereas in the past you might have a cobol application or a Java application deployed into CIC S. or onto the mainframe into DB two. Now we're able to actually do is take those applications. Again, break them into smaller parts and pieces wrapped them into current. Technologies and news autonation to do deployments of them, so it's really we've found that when we. We started trying to work towards. Consistent services for deployments that we were able to actually wrap are likely applications into those some of those same processes. In fact, one of our legacy applications is probably one of our furthest along with doing that because they saw the benefit. Going back to that aging workforce, they saw the benefit of having this available to them, so they didn't have those concerns. And they grabbed it and ran with it, and so we now have one of our lives applications, probably the furthest along in our automated deployment processes, simply because of that reason. I think technical debt is just unavoidable as an application, it's older and the older and application stack gets the the more that technical debt and. Just legacy applications become an issue and I want to talk about the you know. The brighter sides of having a barge platform, a large well-developed application, but I would like to to focus a little bit more on technical debt in how to relieve or have a constantly constantly in place relief process for assessing technical debt. Do you have any additional strategies for how to reflector these problematic blackbox? Remember the. I've worked a few different companies and. Just. There's a lot of different strategies for dealing with these legacy applications. Sometimes you just put a sham over it and you kind of like an entirely new API. Because it's you have some part of a legacy application that is just it can't be really understood. It's you have to re factor and reframe what this thing does. Do you have any stories or or lessons for dealing with that kind of technical debt? So, we do and we started the started because of aws and movement to the cloud, but it really came about we were to take that movement in that effort and apply it as he said to legacy applications as well that may or may not be moving to the cloud. And that is around. The Weller protected framework, so aws publishes a weller. Protected framework. That allows you to evaluate an application and determine. Some of its bit pieces and parts and determine which where there are some weaknesses in some areas of concern, etc.. We were able to take that. Weller connected framework documents and process, and we actually applied to our internal applicant, our to our applications as well even if they may or may not be a move into the cloud, it's not we had to modify it because it's not. It's obviously focused for applications and their movement to the cloud, and we weren't necessarily looking to move all our applications there, but it did give us a consistent platform on which to evaluate applications determine. where? What application we should do. What with so for example should we just re architect this application? Should we retain it, but we should containerize it. Should we rewrite it? Should we just re platform it? Should we take an? Should we break out different parts and pieces so taking the well architecture framework approach that aws provided modifying at four eighty piece Pacific benefits Roy allowed us to evaluate our way to see applications and determine how to handle some of that technical debt and eliminated. So there's a lot of different surfaces and a lot of different application points within ADP and. You might want to prioritize which of these to modernize over time, so maybe you have one application over here that you would like to see in the cloud. You have another application over here that you would like to move to continuous delivery. What's the process of prioritizing what areas of an application should be modernized? We Have A. Center of Excellence, and that's one of the things that I think a lot of people benefit from is to have centers of excellence and Architecture Review Board type groups to Benetton. Different companies call it different things and do different things with it, but to have a group of folks that are able to evaluate some of these platforms and services. Going back to we take all of our applications and we have them go through our Doctor Framework Review. We then come away with some findings as far as what direction this application should take on various parts and pieces, but as you mentioned, there's always a prioritization because with unlimited money we could do unlimited things, but we don't have that, and so then the center of excellence would get together and review that and help the product owners and the strategy make a decision as far as which ones of these we should focus on. For example ADP on talking about things like cloud, which is very good around the scaling up and scaling down, we run a lot of activities that take place at a specific time of the day of the week of the month, so for example at nine o'clock eastern time or pretty much all of the nine ten and eleven o'clock eastern time on the hour. We have a lot of people that looked to clock in at the five, o'clock eastern and. And so on, we have a lot of people to clock out, so we need extra bandwidth an extra processing power those periods of time, but we don't need at the rush of the periods of time, so somebody would take a look at this and say. Is this a good application based on the needs that it has based on the review of of of its scope to understand which ones of these applications might benefit for moving to the cloud. Twenty years ago we were running cloud. We were running. Our own data center. It was a private college, but it was fully funded by ADP. So you're paying for all the hardware. So you needed the full braff, no matter the burst capability, so by modernizing by evaluating which applications could take advantage of things like scale ability of the cloud. Were able to decide is which application we should focus on first, second and third of that modernization effort. Tell me more about how you choose. Which public cloud services to you so I've heard. Different companies will have strategies like they'll say okay. We're only going to use this. Particular cloud database will only going to use this particular relational database or key value store. How do you prioritize? Areas of public cloud to to use or how sorry, narrow your focus to which aries public cloud to choose. So. ADP started with a pretty broad brush. We started taking advantage of. A lot of those different services across a lot of our organization, and there wasn't a cohesive picture necessarily. But we took a step back and evaluate about and said we're gaining great experience and knowledge of how these services work and the benefits of the various services, and so it was okay, but we did start to then after a period of time, start to take a second. Look at this and say okay. Now that we've had time had a number of different applications. Try a different in a number of different services..

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"adp" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:34 min | 2 weeks ago

"adp" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Twos. That type of information, because of the size of ADP, because of the scope of our government and statutory SIS. groups were actually able to understand. Recognize and make those changes. Tell me more about the legacy application stack so the older applications. How do you ensure that they get managed properly that you have proper coverage as the different people the organization. WHO MIGHT HAVE! Had Their Dominion over the over. The applications might age out. They might rotate to different parts of the company. Do you make sure you have the right areas of the application covered? So, we've been doing just like everybody else. We have next generation platforms I should say everybody else, but most everybody else were developing next generation platforms in tax in payroll and benefits. Cetera so we have our legacy applications. That said we're spending a fair amount of time. Working with those Dec- applications to modernize those applications, so we certainly have the next generation of our applications, but we're actually spending a significant amount of time working with those within those applications to develop. New and improved ways of applications working for example moving to containers, you can take a legacy application. Rapid in a container, and now you're getting a lot of the benefit of what containerization can provide a modern application stack can provide and yet still some of the WAIKIKI application. Along with that while we're doing that, going back to the micro services were actually evaluating our applications for what parts of our applications are. Should be. Protected into micro services organization an application. So, we've take applications that are monoliths that were based on as you said legacy programmers like to see skill sets, and we both modernized the application, and we both and we looked to convert the application into the services that it's made up of so that we can take those bit piece parts and combine them together along with other applications. One of the things for example, our payroll engines payroll for many people think they think of it as hours worked times your rate and you take out a little bit for the government and it's all good. But, the reality is that it's not anywhere near that simple as much as we'd like it to be. And, so there's a lot of bits and pieces of the. Payroll applications. We believe very strongly as is the secret sauce that ADP. And the benefit that ADP can provide companies, so we want to make sure that we don't lose that, so we are not just abandoning. Those legacy platforms were actually evaluating them and repositioning them. I've recently started working with ex team. Ex Team is a company that can help you scale your team with new engineers. Ex Team has been helping me out with software daily Dot Com.

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"adp" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

05:29 min | 2 weeks ago

"adp" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Being sponsor. Tim Welcome the show. Thank you. You work at a P which does a lot of different things. Let's start off with just the overview of what the company does. What are the most important services the ADP provides? Eighty P is a human capital management company, so big words, but stands for basically doing a lot around the employees and their actions. Throughout the day it includes the time management it includes benefit, and it includes probably the most important thing. The payroll we run payroll for one in six Americans. We are in one hundred and forty different countries, so we run payroll in many countries and so we. The employee is going to get a lot of value out of the services that ADP can provide around managing their time their benefits, so they can add beneficiaries remove beneficiaries understand what plans we have a 401k option. It goes on and on so a lot of benefits and efforts around the employee and the actions that they would take. Describe the canonical technical challenges of building ADP. I think the number. One issue is scale back to what I said one in six Americans hundred and forty countries. Nine thousand developers anytime. You're talking this kind of scale then. You're talking having to deal with complex. Calculations regulations across countries but Brown the privacy rules are different where in one country you can expose what religion somebody is in another country. You absolutely can't various things that really make it difficult to work in A. Make it difficult to work for ADP, but make it difficult to understand how we can create applications for a wide variety of of users. We have companies that are as small as one employee themselves. They run payroll for themselves. We have companies largest three hundred thousand. We have companies crossed as I, said one hundred and forty countries, so all the rules and everything associated with that the scale of that is incredibly challenging. Another area where we are. Large and and deals with complexities is around the breath whereas I mentioned. We have nine thousand technologists, but beyond technologists we also have. We started hiring people with unique skill sets. We hire anthropologists now. We hire behavioral psychologists. We hire people that have skill sets in areas that. One normally might not think of around a technology company, but we've found that by hiring. These type of people than the skill sets that they provide. We can understand what our users are looking to do better, and we can actually help our users in our financial tools for example knowing what the right nudges are to move a person from. Poor saving behavior to good saving behavior is a value to them and its value to ADP. So dealing with anything. That large is probably the number one issue that we deal with. You've been with the company for fifteen years. How has your perspective on? Engineering changed over that period of time. It's interesting. Where ideas that were valid fifteen years ago. Kind of fade away for awhile and then seem to come back, so it's. It's interesting when I started as a service oriented architecture was the Buzzword, and that was the focus that people were trying to do in a kind of fell out of favor for a while, and now it's back again. It's just called different now. It's called micro services so I think that the thing that I take away over the number of years is the dealing with? Parts and pieces of applications is you deal with them on a much smaller and simpler basis, people building large monolithic centralised applications. We. Just don't see that anymore, and there's a good reason for that because when you have a lot of different. Bits and pieces that you can plug together. You can find the best one of them and you know. The cream rises to the top, and and you can take the right parts and pieces plugged them together, and so again back when I started, and we all started in fifteen years ago and thirty years ago. Whatever? It was all about one big monolithic system. Now I don't see that as much anymore I don't think I don't know that we'll ever get back to that. Simply because we have the knowledge of how to get the best out of individual parts and pieces. How do you keep.

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Survey: Companies added 2.4 million jobs in June

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Survey: Companies added 2.4 million jobs in June

"U. S. companies added nearly two point four million jobs in June according to a private survey a large gain that still leaves total employment far below its pre pandemic levels the payroll company ADP says that small businesses reported the biggest increase adding nine hundred and thirty seven thousand jobs among industries construction restaurants hotels retailers posted large gains in hiring yet according to ADP's data the economy still has fourteen point three million fewer jobs than it did in February before the corona virus intensified still the economy remains under pressure from the pandemic as new spikes in some states forced a pause and re openings and impose new closures that can slow hiring in the coming months I'm Julie Walker

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U.S. private sector recovered 2.3 million jobs in May: ADP

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:19 sec | Last month

U.S. private sector recovered 2.3 million jobs in May: ADP

"That are coming back to the economy, or at least did come back during the month of May. And a DP reports that private sector employment increased by 2.3 million jobs in the month from May to June as people got hired back and you have to wonder what's gonna happen now that so many states of putting things on pause. WCBS news time. 8 36

Karyopharm Moves to Expand Selinexor's Label

Breaking Biotech

03:22 min | 2 months ago

Karyopharm Moves to Expand Selinexor's Label

"This week we're gonNA talk about some updates from Lasko. Twenty twenty and then I'm going to focus on either as well as another company called, carry farm, so we're doing a little bit of a cancer focus on the show with this episode last episode. And yet should be should be a pretty good show, so I hope you're keeping safe and everything's going well for everyone. I know that the US in particular has been dealing with a lot right now. Not GonNa get too much into that, but I'm GONNA touch on it for the sake of the market, but. With Dell, let's get right into it. So the first thing I want to talk about is some news from Moscow. And one company in particular that I hadn't mentioned, but they seem to be. One of the bigger winners is adapt therapeutics ticker symbol ad, and they showed phase one trial data of ADP A to m four where fifty percents of patients with Sino you'll. Sarcoma exhibited partial responses. Now they also showed some data in believe lung, cancer, neck, and head cancer, and then also with melanoma, and a lot of these patients had responses so I think it's not only due to the soil sarcoma data, but for a lot of solid tumors they show that they're molecules able to lead to some kind of response, and the shares traded wildly high on this news up one hundred twenty eight percent, and then they didn't offering and as I brought this kind of stuff up before in the past. Seeing positive solid tumor data is huge because the market is gigantic I'm GonNa talk about this later, but in lung cancer non small cell lung cancer, the patient population is like two hundred and eighty thousand patients per year. So when you're thinking about companies that are likely to see big increases in stock you know. Are they looking at solid tumors? That's a big thing that you can ask yourself and if they're going to see some positive data in that than maybe you should think about how you WanNa. Play it. So good to see that from them might might do deeper dive in the future, but another company touch on is allergy therapeutics, and specifically they are a company that is doing an off the shelf cell therapy. And the data they showed isn't in it off the shelf car. T. Therapy so aloe five zero one and they were looking in relapsed, refractory, non Hodgkin Lymphoma, and the to specific subsets of that was deal. As well, as F. L.. And for all of you who've been watching my show, you'll know that as of last week. You understand clearly that deal is aggressive form of non Hodgkin Lymphoma whereas NFL or Informa- is more of a slow growing. Or an indolent non Hodgkin Lymphoma, so in both of these forms, which is better than just seeing it in say the version they saw an overall response rate of sixty three percent and thirty seven percent were complete responders and I believe this is in line with traditional car. T. Therapy in all explain in a second with off the shelf part means, and just before going to that. They also saw that around thirty two percent of patients saw site time release. Syndrome, which is also I. Think in line with some previous. Cardi therapies so. The benefit here really, and he's been approved for a few years now, and it's seen a lot of success, but those therapies aren't autologous cell therapy, so they need to get the patient. Take the blood from the patient isolate the cells, edit the cells, and then infuse them back into the patient,

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Iran assails US for Floyd death, rights stance

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Iran assails US for Floyd death, rights stance

"A president Iran's new report supreme trump shows leader has there were has talked far blasted about fewer using the US layoffs the active government last duty in the month wake military related of George strait's to to the quell corona killing virus violent for its allegedly protests payroll hypocritical processor nationwide ADP policies but when says it his comes defense two to upholding point secretary eight human million says rights jobs now medical were is lost records not in the and may right they time kill people experts didn't Pentagon were open predicting crime chief more mark and than they esper nine do not says million offer using an layoffs apology active while duty claiming since troops March to support to when perform human the pandemic law rights enforcement intensified you know duties these should are the the be words number a last of of job Ayatollah losses resort is twenty Khamenei's and only two point in reaching the most six urgent in million a televised and dire speech the bulk of on situations of the that anniversary was in April of he the says death America of his this predecessor is report not raises even optimism one of how those situations many job who losses has now final won't say be and as on bad he all is state as against feared matters invoking when commented the labor the on department insurrection through its report final act was is released which would like Friday allow concrete the president moody's to use analytics saying those troops chief quote economist as law mark enforcement this Zandi is nothing new says esper barring this has a is second the authorized American wave nature of sending cases several this is the active what coronavirus Americans duty army have recession been units doing to two bases the appears whole world to just only lasted outside of three Washington months Iranian if state he they're TV adds needed has it repeatedly could be but the they shortest have at not images recession yet of been U. S. on call unrest record to action and among in November the most Sager of last severe year made the Iranian on I the met Washington state Donahue put down nationwide demonstrations by killing hundreds arresting thousands and disrupting internet access I'm Karen Thomas

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Esper opposes using Insurrection Act for law enforcement

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Esper opposes using Insurrection Act for law enforcement

"A president new report trump shows has there were talked far about fewer using layoffs the active last duty month military related to to the quell corona virus violent protests payroll processor nationwide ADP but says his defense two point secretary eight million says jobs now were is lost not in the may right time experts Pentagon were predicting chief more mark than esper nine says million using layoffs active duty since troops March to when perform the pandemic law enforcement intensified duties should the be number a last of job losses resort is twenty and only two point in the most six urgent million and dire the bulk of situations of that was in April he says America this is report not raises even optimism one of those situations job losses now won't be and as bad he is as against feared invoking when the labor the department insurrection report act is released which would Friday allow the president moody's to use analytics those troops chief economist as law mark enforcement Zandi says esper barring has a second authorized wave of sending cases several the active coronavirus duty army recession units two bases appears to just only lasted outside of three Washington months if he they're adds needed it could be but the they shortest have not recession yet been on call record to action and among the most Sager severe made on I the met Washington Donahue

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Survey: 2.76 million layoffs in May, far fewer than expected

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Survey: 2.76 million layoffs in May, far fewer than expected

"A new report shows there were far fewer layoffs last month related to the corona virus payroll processor ADP says two point eight million jobs were lost in may experts were predicting more than nine million layoffs since March when the pandemic intensified the number of job losses is twenty two point six million the bulk of that was in April this report raises optimism job losses won't be as bad as feared when the labor department report is released Friday moody's analytics chief economist mark Zandi says barring a second wave of cases the coronavirus recession appears to only lasted three months he adds it could be the shortest recession on record and among the most severe I met Donahue

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Survey: 2.76 million layoffs in May, far fewer than expected

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Survey: 2.76 million layoffs in May, far fewer than expected

"A new report shows there were far fewer layoffs last month related to the corona virus payroll processor ADP says two point eight million jobs were lost in may experts were predicting more than nine million layoffs since March when the pandemic intensified the number of job losses is twenty two point six million the bulk of that was in April this report raises optimism job losses won't be as bad as feared when the labor department report is released Friday moody's analytics chief economist mark Zandi says barring a second wave of cases the coronavirus recession appears to only lasted three months he adds it could be the shortest recession on record and among the most severe I met Donahue

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U.S. labor market appears to stabilize as private payrolls fall less than expected

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. labor market appears to stabilize as private payrolls fall less than expected

"Stocks open higher today after a better than expected report on private payrolls and B. R. Scott Horsley reports the Dow Jones industrial average jumped more than two hundred points in early trading the report from payroll processor ADP shows private employers cut two point eight million jobs last month by ordinary standards that would be disastrous but it's not nearly as bad as the nine million jobs that forecasters have been expecting the ADP report is seen as possibly foreshadowing the official job market snapshot from the labor department later this week more than twelve million people filed initial claims for unemployment between April and may but the eighty P. reports suggest a substantial share of laid off workers are being re hired as businesses begin to reopen the unemployment rate for may is still expected to climb to levels not seen since the nineteen

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"adp" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

12:41 min | 2 months ago

"adp" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Talk some news. News and notes from around the League just to clarify people thought. Maybe I meant Tustin. I meant literally your your Amazon box. We'll show up on the off season. He needs to implement the income that he's receiving. Yes this Seattle seahawks have signed running back Carlos Hyde alright to a one year contract. He's recovering from surgery. We found out a torn labrum. An so high joins the running back room. They had Chris Carson Rod Penny and now Carlos Hyde after a successful season of of getting the ball handed to them over and over and over again in Houston Haydn's up in Seattle. Which means he will not end up in Philadelphia correct. I made an interesting dynasty trade and I know you know. I don't always bring these up but I know people enjoy hearing happens in our leagues and there were different differing opinions so I'd trade a Mile Sanders. This is pre signing pre-signing of Carlos site. Yeah I traded Mile Sanders in dynasty. Which I've noticed that people have kind of a wide view. Some people assume he's going to be the next Christian. Exact after exempts going to be the best so I traded him for remote deontay Johnson a first and a second round draft pick. Here's my goodness and I put the poll up on twitter and I said great. Abcd it's like eighty five percent air. Be Right with the hall like Your Reaction. Your reaction Jason a lot but then at least fifteen percent of people thought it was the worst rate that I've ever made him those the Sandra Miles Sanders. Proving that in life at least fifteen percent of people hate you no matter what you do. Yeah and but part of the thought with Mile Centers is look. I have an opportunity. This person really wanted Carlos Hyde could end up in Philadelphia. He didn't Now he was one of the bigger threats because he fits the mold of the Jordan. Howard could get a lot of volume now. Devante Freeman is still. One of the rumored names with Freeman is another bit of news today. He's he says he's willing to uh willing to sit out. The Season Aka retire. Yeah but yeah. I know his yards per attempt went from like at four point. Five down to three point six last year and that he hasn't been healthy since two thousand sixteen this man of better agent because it look when you are An elder running back and he's twenty eight. Yeah I mean at this point right now. Twenty seven is where you're not you're not hitting the wall from a production point in fantasy football but from a real life getting a big contract. What teams are like? Why why would I I in a three year contract to a guy who's twenty seven when I could just draft a cheap replacement option? Who is going to be able to do the same thing? And and it's worth noting that the seahawks wanted Freeman. They preferred Freeman but Freeman would not take that contract. That's when they went and signed their third hope to be ready week. One running back I. He'll be ready. Yes ready. And it's interesting for Seattle. I mean this is a real solid insurance policy. The the notes out of Seattle were still Chris. Carson is we fully intend that Chris Carson will be the starter of the seahawks. Which is I mean. That's great news at that. That's already out there. So if your if there's somehow a dip in Chris Carson's ADP like right now. You're playing basketball. I would be probably buying the dip even the Chris. Carson is a scary draft. Pick right now because you're not sure he's GonNa be fully healthy but the team is saying he's still the Guy Carlos side is just going to be there in case both Rashad Penny who is expected to go onto the populist and Chris Carson if if if he's not ready to begin the season then it'll be Carlos high more than likely in that deal. I know it was kind of brought up as a four million dollar deal. That Freeman passed on from what I understand. Now it is not a four million dollar deal. That's the mapping value of the deal. It's more like one and a half with incentives. You talked to Mike. About Carlos Hyde being somebody that if he landed in Philadelphia greatly concerned you about Mile Sanders. Yes doesn't concern you as much because of the context that you understand in Seattle right now right in regards to the Chris Carson Valley. Yes that is correct okay The Eagles are reportedly still trying to sign a veteran. Running back hides off the board could be. The Shawn. Mccoy could be devante Freeman. I think famous healers should be much. More scared of Freeman than McCoy. Mccoy is toast. I mean you saw last year. He had every opportunity to be the starter and he was inactive. Oftentimes he he. He doesn't have anything left whereas Freeman while I think he's on the downtrend of his career. That would be more concerning honestly I would. I would personally be more concerned about Freeman than I would. Carlos because he's a good quality pass catcher and that's where sanders fantasy vote. If he starts encroaching on that where Carlos I would not have. I would be a little bit more concerned. Yeah in that situation. You would actually have three backs. Catch the ball there in Philly. Yes I mean you'd be smart by Philadelphia Boston. Scott Devante Freeman and you'd have Mile Sanders. Which means you would have disappearing weeks for Mile Sanders most likely which would be unfortunate. Okay and then I guess the jets signed Joe Flacco Brooks felt like that should be super bowl. Mvp thing flat. Thank you Jason Big Flacco fan there. judge I mean. Who isn't strong strongpoint? Play do it all right. We're GONNA play this or that we're gonNA choose between two players same position. Same average draft position as of right now and debate discuss who we would take in that situation. So it's kind of fun we're GONNA kick it off with what it lasts from the blast from the past call veteran running backs on new teams and that is talking about David Johnson and Todd Gurley and the judge dug up an old audio clip because we had a great debate on which of these guys as the RB one back in two thousand sixteen o Simpler Times. I mean we even talked about these guys on show about you. Know the competition between news the best running back in football so I. I haven't even listen to this. Let's let's listen to bow. There's a question out there that says who should I draft this year fantasy football between Todd Gurley and David Johnson and I would say David Johnson. I hope that's not a homer in me. But why would you say David Johnson? I think you definitely should take me to a very player but I feel like with me. I'm able to do On multiple phases of the game Obviously running the ball catching the ball and being utilized so many different factors facet of the game In that way getting is points So in so many different ways well we gotta tell you. We had David Johnson on our show a few weeks ago and he said he should be the first pick and down a little blast off so good good days. The debate used to be. Who's going to be the running back one right? The debates changed the debate. Now who's going to be the one draft in round late three four? Yeah so right now. David Johnson sits at fifteen in our consensus rankings. Girly sits at nineteen for me. It's David Johnson. The variables in play are lower for DJ in Houston. I know the volume will be there. I know the pass catching will be there what he does with it. It won't be what he did with it. When those interviews took place in two thousand sixteen but you know we saw last year very wash Carlos Hyde do enough damage to be relevant for fantasy purposes. David Johnson's better than last year's Carlos Hyde. All the Hopkins targets are gone and girly just has too many question marks for me. I don't know how often how much they'll use them. As carries of gone down three straight years knee his own offense coordinator doesn't know what's going on with it. That's my vote. I would go David Johnson. I am on the Todd. Gurley side and and here's why I think that when I watch film last year the Office of line was obviously terrible for the rams but todd. Gurley did not look washed to me. He looked like the same guy that we saw years prior with Jeff Fisher and the rams were terrible offensive line. They couldn't do anything because he was getting tackled for loss so often that you know that was part of it but when I watch David. Johnson has a runner. Last year. I was He looked so much slower than he used to He's still great as a pass catcher but I. I don't worry as much about this knee issue. That has not taken todd. Gurley field that much. They paid him a one year contract. They're going to run them into the ground. You've got a head coach here in Dan Quinn. Who's on the hot seat? He's got to win and Ito. Smith is not going to be winning it for you. The other backups. There are the most uninspiring backups. The I am. I am not afraid of in Atlanta. And you have the most vacant at targets in the League for Atlanta. Though Todd Gurley will be involved in the passing if you look at just the carries right Devante Freeman. Who's not the thought of as a workhorse? Had a higher per game rushing? Total talk girly did last year. Tom girlies total opportunities. This year are going up not down way up. I think and I think the passing work will matter because there are three offensive weapons in Atlanta. I I don't I don't look at Hayden hearst as some great option to me. It's Julio Jones Todd Gurley and Calvin Ridley I think I think girly will be super involved passes the physical hundred percent. Yes that is one hundred percent based on him playing football early. It's a bit of a debate. It's it is and and Atlanta. I mean like gauge kind of showed up. I think that he's a quality player. I think you're downplaying. Hayden hurts a little bit too much as well. That's fine but Hayden hearst isn't gonNA come in and take over Austin Hooper's role to the entire. He's not going to come in and come in my every single. One of those teams have a vast amount of vacated targets. Yes so it will be interesting. It's funny four years removed from this discussion when we had them both on the show and they talked about you know that this time they were you know one or two in the league. It's interesting that they find themselves in pretty identical situations right coming into teams with lots of vacated targets kind of wore out their welcome on both of their respective franchises. Both had salary cap numbers that neither of those teams wanted to carry anymore based on the production levels. We did talk about girlie. The girly situation may be being one. That just worked for both teams worked for the rams. Getting rid of the contract worked for girly finding himself in a high volume situation. I just have more confidence in David. Johnson's health than I do girlies early still only twenty five. You know he's your. He's not old as neat twenty five and that's what I will say it's funny you bring up the contract because what are these players much larger contracts than the other. Yeah no I I David. Johnson's still a double digit millionaire right. Now here's what I will definitely been on the David Johnson site is that Bill O'Brien we'll have a need to prove that he was right in taking on that contract and trading deandre Hopkins. I think both guys are going to get work. That's why I'm siding with the one that I think looked better on the field last year. Who's also three years younger. I just WANNA be clear. How old do you believe Sony? Machel's Niyaz seventy dollars because he has his twenty-five as well all I'm GonNa Take Dj of those tar you okay. Let's go cooper versus Cooper.

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Nearly 3.2 million workers seek jobless aid, raising total layoffs since virus struck to 33 million

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Nearly 3.2 million workers seek jobless aid, raising total layoffs since virus struck to 33 million

"The number of jobless claims continues to rise the labor department reports a gain of three point one million first time unemployment claims bringing the seven week total to more than thirty three million about twenty percent of the U. S. workforce California led the way with three hundred eighteen thousand claims followed by Texas Georgia and New York more than four point eight million initial jobless claims have been filed in California during the pandemic will get labour's April jobs report on Friday and it's expected to look similar to the ADP report this week that said over twenty million jobs were lost last month and that only cover the first half of

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ADP: More than 20 million jobs vanished in April

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

ADP: More than 20 million jobs vanished in April

"Another glimpse of the pandemic's impact on the American work force expected this morning as payroll company eighty pieces the private sector slash to record twenty million jobs between March and April report out this morning is expected to show another three million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week bringing the total to thirty three million since March and the labor department's monthly jobs report tomorrow is expected to show an unemployment rate of fifteen to twenty percent

Labor Department
Eerie Emptiness Of ERs Worries Doctors: Where Are The Heart Attacks And Strokes?

Erin Burnett OutFront

05:10 min | 3 months ago

Eerie Emptiness Of ERs Worries Doctors: Where Are The Heart Attacks And Strokes?

"Across the United States doctors are seeing a drop off in cardiovascular emergencies during the corona virus pandemic and they're calling the drop staggering unlike anything they've seen before Dr. Jonathan Reiner joins me now. He advised the White House medical team under president. George W Bush and he is the currently the director of the Cardiac Cath Lab at George Washington University Hospital. So honor your cardiologists. You're you've been you know in with patients doing surgeries as I know daily. What are you saying? Yeah this is really fascinating soon. After they stay at home measures were begun. Almost two months ago cardiologists around the country and around the world started to notice something really unexpected. Which was there almost daily cases of acute myocardial infarction heart attacks stopped coming and all over the world. Physicians noted a decrease about forty percent in patients presenting with heart. Attacks was really very hard to explain. Some people suggest that maybe there was something about you. Know Our our new daily routine. The lack of commute maybe the cleaner air more sleep that was reducing heart attacks. But I think what we've really come to understand is something much worse. Which is we think. Many people just aren't coming to the hospital and people are staying home. Places like New York have seen up to five six or seven fold increase in out of hospital deaths and we think many of these patients are simply not coming to the hospital for fear of contracting copay nineteen so they're dying just dying outside the hospital and maybe they wouldn't have died if they were able to if they came to the hospital where you could help them. That's right and the New York. Times recently published an analysis of all cause mortality data from the CDC and if you compare basically mortality in places like New York since mid-march. There's been this huge success. Death Twenty three thousand more people have died during that period than last year. But only some of that can be accounted for by cove in one thousand nine hundred so either undercounted covert nineteen which is which is possible. But also just as likely other things are happening cigna published utilization data from their members and they've noted similar decreases in hospitalization for things like appendicitis and Ti mini strokes and guess for tests no bleed to neutral fibrillation. So we think what's happened and this is going to be. Collateral damage to the actual viral infections. Is that people haven't sought medical help for for serious illnesses over the last two months. Which is which is pretty an an incredible statement because I mean I suppose you could be both under counting. Covert nineteen and having the the. The access is is so enormous that both things could be true. I I realize that But but you do believe it. The bottom line is that is it possible that you have more people and I would presume the answer to this is yes because people are going to the hospital you would save. Some of these lives is possible. You have more people dying of heart attacks now than you had then you had before just we just aren't just aren't categorizing them that way. We're seeing this New York where it used to be in New York City. There would be thirty five out of hospital deaths now. They're seeing two hundred out of hospital deaths per day now. Some of that may be Cova deaths but a lot of that is also probably other illness. Not Treated in the hospital's so earlier this week. A Doctor Reiner you and I were talking about Brazil. You trying to understand what's happening in the warmer countries and what that means for the United States in the summer in Brazil Where obviously The YEARBOOK SCENARIO. The president has called this a little flu. He's been going to massive rallies against social distancing. Right he has he has done this at a level that that perhaps We had a huge spike in the past twenty four hours. I don't know if you just saw these numbers. They just came out ten thousand five hundred and three known new infections. No I should emphasize in just twenty four hours in Brazil. I mean it's huge surge. What is the significance? Here I in terms of it's clearly not control there and there's very little effort to control. It was obviously cautionary tale. A very ominous cautionary tale. Both scenarios been a president who has a denied the significance of the undoubted the significance of the corona virus. He's gone to a rally and has shake the hand hands of protesters. He's called the virus a little flu and that resonates through the population. Look what we know. Works is mitigation strategies. Such a stay at home and social distancing and when people start to move away from that the virus spread and you see you seeing that happen in Brazil now. We need to think about that as we start to open up the United States economy. We need to. We need to use it. As an example of what happens if we lessen our guard and we open too quickly or imprudently dot Reiner thank you

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ADP: More Than 20 Million People Lost Their Jobs in April

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:08 min | 3 months ago

ADP: More Than 20 Million People Lost Their Jobs in April

"Are days when the economic calendar is your friend when the news is good and promising and good times lie ahead and then there is today and tomorrow and Friday a TRIFECTA. Will we learn this morning as you have surely heard the private payroll processing company? Adp reported twenty million. People lost their jobs in April. Tomorrow is going to bring us another report on first time unemployment claims in the millions maybe three million and then on Friday the official and much more detailed government report on April Unemployment. And those three data points are gonNA come to define this economy and the people in it for some time to come. And don't just take my word for it Melanie long and assistant professor of economics at the College of Wooster. The first thing that comes to my mind is the significant Variety of situations that these workers are now jobless are going to find themselves in there are some households that have set aside rainy-day funds that they can draw on and then there are other household. You don't have those savings to fall back on. And we know that that's a pretty significant portion of of American households

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U.S. private payrolls dive by a record 20.2 million

Dennis Prager

01:11 min | 3 months ago

U.S. private payrolls dive by a record 20.2 million

"US private payrolls dive by a record twenty point two million US provident ploys laid off a record twenty point two three six million workers unite pro as manager business closures in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak savage the economy setting up the overall labor market the historic job losses last month the plunging private payroll shine in the ADP national employment report on Wednesday suggested that national lockdowns to slow the spread of because of the nineteen the respiratory illness caused by the virus could leave a lasting scars on the economy even as large parts of the country re open non essential businesses here's what rand poll had the site on Miller got two quick questions you're back to work obviously on Capitol Hill the Senate back in session I wanna get the flies in a moment first let's talk about a fourth stimulus plan your colleague from Kentucky the leader Mitch McConnell is saying he has sort of a wait and see approach one and you've been very critical of a lot of government spending are we going to see a for stimulus or do you think you're going to wait and see how the first three or working two people last may I remind them that we have no money we have no rainy day account

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U.S. private payrolls tumble by a record 20.2 million in April

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. private payrolls tumble by a record 20.2 million in April

"ADP reported private payrolls fell by twenty point two million from a month earlier that was a little better than what analysts were expecting the government's labor department issues its report on Friday expected to show a record twenty one million decline in total non farm payrolls with the jobless rate a surging to sixteen

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More than 20 million jobs vanished last month

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

More than 20 million jobs vanished last month

"As the American he pushes jobs the nation market to continues re open president an epic trump collapse ventured outside payroll Washington company ADP yesterday on says a trip more of more than twenty about the journey million jobs than the simply destination vanished last White month House with the aides virus called pandemic it a symbolic keeping offices show factories the president and spent nearly much of America eight hours closed aboard Air Force the One private industry to spend report about comes three before hours the government in Phoenix releases its there was official a different April kind of unemployment symbolism as figures well Friday visiting a facemask economists say factory it'll show where a a jobless video monitor rate that listed jumped safety from four guidelines point four including percent in please March wear your to mask sixteen at all percent times in April the president did moody's not analytics he mark stressed Zandi the nation predicts needs job to losses get back will to normal likely continue the people through of our this country month our before warriors some hiring but he also resumes acknowledged easing but he restrictions warns recovering will have a all human the jobs toll lost some in April people be affected will be S. yes log will some people over be several affected years badly yes Sager it APN made Alice's Donnie finds Washington infection rates are going up at St start lifting lockdowns Sager mag ani Washington

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More than 20 million jobs vanished last month

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

More than 20 million jobs vanished last month

"Payroll company ADP says more than twenty million jobs simply vanished last month with the virus pandemic keeping offices factories and much of America closed the private industry report comes before the government releases its official April unemployment figures Friday economists say it'll show a jobless rate that jumped from four point four percent in March to sixteen percent in April moody's analytics mark Zandi predicts job losses will likely continue through this month before some hiring resumes but he warns recovery all the jobs lost in April will be S. log over several years Sager made Donnie Washington

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Trump says Coronavirus Task Force will continue "indefinitely" but shift focus

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Trump says Coronavirus Task Force will continue "indefinitely" but shift focus

"The trump administration winding down the coronavirus task force and as the country begins opening back up again president trump tells ABC's David Muir in an exclusive interview you know the consequences you believe that's the reality we're facing that that lives will be lost to reopen the country it's possible there will be some because you won't be locked into an apartment or a house or whatever it is but at the same time we're going to practice social distancing we're going to be washing hands we're gonna be doing a lot of the things that we've learned to do over the last period of time and we have to get our country back the payroll company ADP says private businesses cut an unprecedented twenty million jobs in April an epic collapses the corona virus outbreak closed offices factories schools stores and construction

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"adp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:27 min | 5 months ago

"adp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Making flights feel elegant ADP is focused on helping people achieve what they're working for HR talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and designed for people the corona virus continues to wreak havoc on the global economy disrupting manufacturing and supply chains all over the world that's hurt a lot of business but not all Stacey Vanek Smith in Cardiff Garcia from our daily economics podcast the indicator from planet money how this report on what it's like to have a business in the middle of a strange boom a situation where everyone suddenly wants to panic buy your product and you have certain Robby Patrick make the scoff is it scoff like I scoff at you scoff as to smash word of scarf and cough basically this golf is a scarf with a powerful air filter tucked into the fabric essentially a chic facemask this was a little side project for robin Andrew not part of their main business which is a marketing and consulting firm still the staff quickly found this small very devoted audience there's our immuno suppressed community of people that were getting chemotherapy or people who ride motorcycles and bicycles some allergy sufferers and it's just a steady state of orders at least it was and then last month the CDC official got on TV and said this current global circumstances suggest it's likely that this virus will cause a pandemic no it's not so much a question of if this will happen anymore but rather more a question of exactly when this will happen suddenly thousands of panicked googlers were desperately roving around online for face masks and they found the staff and they said a gas mask filter in acute scarf I'll take one or two or twenty normal volume then turned into a double and quadruple and soon it was like fifty times the number injured Robbie unwittingly found themselves in the middle of a strange panic buying boom this little product that would get a dozen or so orders a week was suddenly in massive demand customers from all over the world are flooding scoffs inbox with questions are you getting more products in my doctor wants me to wear a mask why advertise if nothing is available I just need it for my husband and myself we are elderly when we have more stock any idea when you'll have more stock you look a little stressed looking over these isn't stressing you out yes it's it's a lot then of course the question they probably got a thousand times the last few weeks is does the stop crying of ours and now doesn't know it is not not that that's doing anything to slow demand the corona virus continues to spread there have been more than a hundred and twenty five thousand cases reported globally thousands of deaths businesses stadiums factories and even entire cities have essentially been shut down to try to contain the virus we're out of everything we're out of all of our raw materials we're trying to work with our suppliers to get them back as quickly as possible are any of this place order from China like right in the crossfire supply chain shutdowns affecting you so we get one ingredient for our filters from China and that is a problem enter and Robbie are now trying to figure out if they want to make their business more about the scoff worse this is just a temporary bump that they should ignore and of course the small team at scoff is doing what it can to get more stops in production A. S..

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"adp" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

05:59 min | 10 months ago

"adp" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Podcasts as well as at Bloomberg Dot Com we're sitting here in our Bloomberg actor Burgers studios trying to peg what my co Co host and colleague very correctly politics be smoking gun or the red flag with the smoking the smoking gun smoking flag for why markets are feeling being so low today a lot of people pointing their fingers at the ADP report Cadena. Who is the chief economist for Bloomberg Economics sitting here here. Maybe agreeing right. I mean this. Is this a surprise the disappointing ADP reproach showing the payrolls US employers cooled in September. I don't think it is a surprise price. I mean it's a little bit weaker than what the consensus was looking for but not materially just five thousand or so but we are slowing down relative to what we saw earlier in the year that that being said this kind of negative sentiment in the market was evident during Asia our intensify during Europe trading hours and then now l. what spreads into the US although not quite to the same degree as what we saw in Europe so I don't know that there's a a single smoking gun it's more of a confluence of events so ADP DP tells us the labor market's a little weaker Boris Johnson continuing to try to wrangle heartbreak for today's pessimism mm-hmm as every few bars song right you have WTO talking about trade sanctions with Europe over you you know squabbling over Airbus and Boeing and whatnot so there's just a lot of little things adding up which kind of build on what we saw yesterday which was a big surprise in the manufacturing IFM alright policy blame Boris Johnson. Yes I always like to blame breath among other among others among others Carl. Is this the good folks down and Bloomberg Economics Komo crunching the numbers. You've seen the you know. The manufacturing are they. I assume for the latest month was weaker than expected so we know that manufacturing is is weak and probably weakening certainly in the US and we know what's happening internationally. Sorry taken down your outlook or preparing to take down. Your outlook is maybe the the consumer isn't quite as strong as we thought well. We took our outlook down on August first when the next round of tariffs were announced back after the July. I Fed meeting the very next day. president trump announced that tariffs would go into effect at the start of August star Tober. Excuse me and also again in in December. They moved that DOC Tober first deadline back to October fifteenth but it does look like the twenty five percent tariffs will go up to thirty percent in the middle of this month it. Doesn't you know they've been very little indication indication that we're actually moving away from that at this point in time and you see the impact of those trade friction showing up and things like the IFM survey yesterday additionally had another roughly one hundred fifty billion of product subject to tariff in middle of December so the price tag on tariffs is about two and a half times larger in twenty nineteen at compared to two thousand eighteen so that does move the needle on growth and we're in a slower moving economy already so when you have slower growth the economy is more susceptible title to those types of shocks that being said I know there's been talk this morning about one handle on. GDP and whatnot all speed we have been looking for about one point eight one point seven percent of GDP growth in the back half of the year and we moved to that callback on August first when the tariffs went into effect so we've all speed the tone we were seeing in the market cricket was not consistent with sub two percent. GDP growth now. We're starting to see that reality set in as job creation manufacturing activity all looks more consistent sent with a sub two percent number but to answer your question stole speed for the US economy. It's about one point four one point five percent growth so we are closer to stall speed but we're not there yet and that's why my team thinks that we can actually muddle through the soft patch. Thanks very much to consumers remaining resilient so that was my question right. At what point do you reach a tipping point. How much pessimism should be baked in right now. Is it a recession that we're facing or is it simply lower inflation lower or growth and just lower asset increases well it's not recession and it's not even growth recession and there's a distinction between recession and growth recession and everyone knows what recession is growth recession is a period where growth slows down so much not that we fall into contraction but actually that things start to unravel the unemployment unemployment rates starts to drift higher. I don't think we'll even get to a growth recession in the back half of this year so labor market continues to produce job gains in in excess of eighty five to one hundred thousand per month that will keep the unemployment rate out relatively steady at current levels so I think we're just accepting a reality ability of a of a much more sluggish profile to the economy here in the US and then much weaker conditions abroad Germany probably slipping into technical recession UK on the cusp of recession once Brexit is executed twenty twenty just Bloomberg economics GDP forecast GDP growth for twenty twenty will be about two to two and a quarter percent so we're kind of refining things as we look at that that being said one thing. We should keep in mind here right. Everyone's talking about the R. Word. What would the ground is very fertile for a significant rebound in activity if these trade headwinds are removed so the Fed has policy rates set in a very very accommodative stance right. They're giving the economy steroids so to speak so rates are accommodative corporate. Profit growth is positive corporate. Balance Sheets are in good condition condition in the unemployment rate is the lowest since Vietnam draft was in effect so things are well positioned that if we don't just squander the saul with increase in tariff increase in tariff the economy could rebound a quite nicely in two thousand twenty and beyond Carl Riccadonna chief economist for a Bloomberg economics so much for joining us here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio.

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"adp" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"adp" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"ADP. Blaming iran. I'm rich Denison, Fox News. British officials today agreeing with the Trump administration conclusion that Iran is behind this week's attacks onto oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. President Trump telling Fox News earlier today, he doesn't believe the energy shipping route near the strait of Hormuz will be closed pleasant that could be close too long, and they know it and they've been told in very strong terms and we want to get them back to the table. If they want to go back. I'm ready when they are Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo ABI condemning the suspected attack on a Japanese operated tanker, as threat to safe maritime, navigation President Trump today walking back comments from earlier this week that he might not contact law enforcement. If a foreign power offered him dirt about a political opponents say, we don't like your opponent. Am I supposed to put, you know, the president of France? And my supposed to report him to the FBI. You know, I'm in a little bit of a different, the president telling Fox News, he would give information to the F. Or attorney general a federal jury is still considering the fate of a Libyan man accused in the deadly twenty twelve Benghazi terror attacks. Mom was found guilty of to terrorism related charges, but the jury is still deliberating fifteen others, including assisting in a follow up attack on a CIA facility. I'll Iman is a second man in trial in the attacks, which killed four Americans, including a US ambassador two years ago, med Qatada was convicted on terror charge, and sentenced to twenty two years in prison. No matter what the jury decides on all imams other charges is suspected, he'll receive a lengthy prison sentence was Rachel Sutherland in Washington and infant boy, who was cut from his mother's womb with a butcher knife in Chicago died today. He had been in grave condition since the April attack that killed his mom police say to women charged with killing his mother are expected to face murder charges in his death..

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"adp" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"adp" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Sauce. My family's made Tabasco sauce for one hundred fifty years. What am I working for? I'm working to stay true to our family recipe at ADP. We're designing a better way to work. So you can achieve what you're working for HR talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and designed for people. Learn more at designed that ADP dot com. ADP always designing for people. Traffic and weather together just minutes from now at the bottom of the hour. News Radio eleven ninety. I forgot to post a graphic. Today. We're gonna collect thousand suits with your help. If your company church.

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"adp" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"adp" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With ADP, you probably get your paycheck from ADP. They provide payroll services to more businesses around the world than anyone else including five hundred thousand small businesses right here in the United States when I say small businesses. I mean employers who have anywhere from one to forty nine employee's. We've now struck a deal with ADP to deliver our full suite of advisor. Services to ADP's retirement plan clients for the very first time. So in addition to being able to serve big huge companies like Ford, we're very proud to serve were. Now also able to serve you regardless of who you work with via ADP, so you'll now be able to receive online advice, professional management, income planning and social security guidance and a personal adviser you'll be able to receive personalized online savings and investment advice. Retirement income services for employees who want to manage their retirement themselves, if you want professional management, we'll be able to provide you with a discretionary personalized management service for participants who want to partner with financial professional. We'll be able to provide advice through our nationally recognized social security planner. You'll also be able to receive a personal financial adviser who are able to provide you help with your. IRA your 4._0._1._K all of your taxable accounts, comprehensive financial planning all with a dedicated experienced financial planner. So we're really excited to be able to do this not just for the employees of the biggest companies in America. But also employee's of some of the.

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"adp" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"adp" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Stock has been mind boggling since that time so they are the issuers of the adp employment report and they are estimating one hundred ninety five thousand the consensus of economists that is estimating one hundred ninety five thousand new jobs in this report and uh there's a certainly a lot of depth to this report because it's computed from a subset of adp records representing about four hundred thousand us business clients and about two point three million us employees so it has a tremendous amount of scope i should say 23 million 23 million u s employees tremendous scope across the country those 23 million are spread over all private industrial sectors so it's a it's a report the pay attention to an investors do pay attention to that report thursday will get an update on jobless claims jobless claims for several years now had been incredibly favorable at very low levels and that's expected to continue with this report nothing is changing right now on that front will get the labor department employment report on friday and their estimate is one hundred seventy six thousand new jobs for the month of janu worry.

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"adp" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"adp" Discussed on WTMA

"Stock has been mind boggling since that time so they are the issuers of the adp employment report and they are estimating one hundred ninety five thousand the consensus of economists that is estimating one hundred ninety five thousand new jobs in this report and uh there's a certainly a lot of depth to this report because it's computed from a subset of adp records representing about four hundred thousand us business clients and about two point three million us employees so it has a tremendous amount of scope i should say 23 million 23 million u s employees tremendous scope across the country those 23 million are spread over all private industrial sectors so it's a it's a report the pay attention to an investors do pay attention to that report thursday we'll get an update on jobless claims jobless claims for several years now have been incredibly favorable at very low levels and that's expected to continue with this report nothing is changing right now on that front will get the labor department employment report on friday and their estimate is one hundred seventy six thousand new jobs for the month of janu you're worry.

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"adp" Discussed on Talk Radio 101

Talk Radio 101

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"adp" Discussed on Talk Radio 101

"Growth in that stock has been mind boggling since that time so they are the issuers of the adp employment report and they are estimating one hundred ninety five thousand the consensus of economists that is estimating one hundred ninety five thousand new jobs in this report and uh there's certainly a lot of depth to this report because it's computed from a subset of adp records representing about four hundred thousand us business clients and about two point three million us employees so it has a tremendous amount of scope i should say 23 million 23 million us employees tremendous scope across the country those 23 million are spread over all private industrial sectors so it's a it's a report the pay attention to an investors do pay attention to that report thursday we'll get an update on jobless claims jobless claims for several years now have been incredibly favorable at very low levels and that's expected to continue with this report nothing is changing right now on that front will get the labor department employment report on friday and their estimate is one hundred seventy six thousand new jobs for the month of january worried and that'll be.

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"adp" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"adp" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"So do you think that he's largely right in his criticisms of adp no i think that you know some of his information is outdated i think as he's done is research is probably spoken to some folks that have a perspective of edp that's probably outdated he as you mentioned the with the first time we've heard from bill was an august so he hasn't had the benefit of really having a dialogue with the company to understand the things we've been working on so let's go over what his main criticisms are he's been saying that adp has a quote by not build model whereas i you would like to see a more innovative spirit um he has some other complaints to among them that board members don't have a big stake in the company like himself i he saying i have a better sense of the interest of shareholders what's your sense what's your what's your counter to those points we'll starting with the the ownership question all of our directors have been deferring the cash compulsion of their fees for many years some of them have millions of dollars worth of edp stocks was just not only is an accurate depiction of our board and there's the stake that they have anna in adp in terms of the innovation point you know we we really been all about invasion will last six years and i think that's one of those items where and we had an opportunity to have dialogue and communicate with bill he probably would have a different perspective because we've been investing in cloud technology over the last six years we've moved 83 percent of our clients the new cloud solutions so i think it's really i think again outdated information it's it's just not it's not accurate.

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