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Roseland, NJ, United States, 2011/06/20 - ADP ®, announced that Jane Bradley, Senior Director, HR Technology and Analytics, has been selected to join with other distinguished HR experts in serving on the Society for Human Resource Management’s new international standards committee. NASDAQ: ADP
ADP ®, a leading provider of human resource outsourcing, payroll services, tax and compliance services, benefits administration and integrated computing solutions for vehicle dealers, today announced that Jane Bradley, Senior Director, HR Technology and Analytics, has been selected to join with other distinguished HR experts in serving on the Society for Human Resource Management’s new international standards committee.
The appointment of Ms. Bradley underscores the significant role that ADP’s industry thought leadership is playing in helping to advance and shape the field of global human capital management, and its ongoing commitment to contributing to the development of global HR industry standards and best practices.
Ms. Bradley will contribute her decades of HR experience and human capital management expertise to the U.S. Technical Advisory Group for the International Organization of Standardization Technical Committee 260 for Human Resource Management (U.S. TAG for ISO/TC260 HRM). Bradley joins an esteemed group of experts in human resource management that will offer broad, coordinated guidance to human resource practitioners, and will harmonize disparate practices for the benefit of organizations and their employees.
Originally proposed to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the committee aims to offer broad, coordinated guidance to human resource practitioners, as well as harmonize disparate practices for the benefit of organizations and their employees. SHRM is an ANSI member and accredited standards developer currently working to develop a body of national standards for the HR profession.
“It’s an honor to represent ADP in working with a global group of HR thought leaders to achieve the overarching goals of the U.S. TAG committee,” said Bradley. “I am extremely pleased to have the opportunity to work with so many other talented and accomplished individuals within the field human capital management, and look forward to collaborating with them to help develop global standards that will enhance organizational performance while promoting humane, people-centered workplaces.”
Ms. Bradley, an ADP employee for more than 22 years, first joined the company in 1989 as a Product Manager of the Employer Services Group Marketing team. In 1995 joined the HR organization and held progressive roles supporting various ADP business units until 2005. She is now responsible for the management of ADP’s internal human resources technology as well as creating an analytics capability for the enterprise. Her responsibilities include developing and communicating process for managing priorities for global technology projects, developing strategy for a global data model, implementing a stewardship model and ensuring compliance through communication and education, and developing and communicating service level standards for reporting/data sharing.
“We are very fortunate to have someone of Jane’s caliber join the U.S. TAG committee,” said Lee Webster, SHRM director of HR standards and chair of the TAG committee. “Jane brings over 25 years of human resources experience to the committee, and we are confident her expertise, inputs and insights will enable her to make a significant contribution to the U.S. TAG committee’s collective efforts.”
ADP has also been an active participant in other SHRM-sponsored standards committees and task forces. For the past seven months, two other ADP employees, Jennifer Cozier, Director of Product Management and Fran Cardaci, Vice President of Relationship Management, have served on the Global Measures and Metrics Task Force, which was spun off from the U.S. TAG.
The SHRM-sponsored Measures and Metrics Taskforce is focused on three standards projects: the type of HR indicators that will demonstrate human capital value in investor instruments and types of metrics that an effective HR organization should capture. Establishing standards in this area is expected to help facilitate “apple to apple” performance comparisons and improve HR organizational performance, while also enhancing the use of HR resources and reducing the cost of HR operations.
The U.S. TAG for ISO/TC260 HRM will hold its first meeting at the SHRM 2011 Annual Conference & Exposition, taking place in Las Vegas, June 26-29, 2011. As in years past, ADP plans to have a significant presence at this year’s event and will occupy booth #2246. For more information about the event, please visit annual.shrm.org/.
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