The implications of employment shifts have different effects on certain subsets of the population. Understanding these implications in real time helps businesses, governments, and individuals make better decisions about what to do next. ADP serves its customers in more ways than just payroll, taxes, and employment benefits. CDO Jack Berkowitz shares more about these benefits, and the parts of ADP’s business dedicated to reporting and sharing data.
Tune in to learn:
- Managing high data volumes and maintaining data reliability at ADP (03:05)
- Real-time employment data about equity in the workforce (05:33)
- Monetizing data and how that has changed (09:35)
- The end of FTP? (12:06)
- The role of payroll data plays to tell the truth about diversity and inclusion in the workforce. (19:45)
- Jack’s personal career shift from the vendor to end-user (27:08)
- Lightning Round (28:00)
- ADP National Employment Report
- Edward Tufte https://www.edwardtufte.com/tufte/
- Randy Pausch https://www.cmu.edu/randyslecture/story/index.html
- Beau Miles – Backyard Adventurer https://beaumiles.com/the-backyard-adventurer/
- the video that I watch over and over: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvT5XS7j-Dc
Jack Berkowitz joined ADP in August 2018 as the Senior Vice President of Product Development for DataCloud, ADP’s People Analytics and Compensation benchmarking solution. In addition, as the leader for the DataCloud team, Jack is responsible for ADP’s vision and approach to Artificial Intelligence, and the development of Cloud-native machine learning solutions that span across ADP’s HCM product suites. Jack came to ADP from Oracle, where he was Vice President, Products and Data Science for Oracle’s Adaptive Intelligence program. Prior to Oracle, Jack spent 20 years in both product development and implementation of intelligent information systems, most recently involved in Web-scale search and recommendation systems, data driven applications, and the Semantic Web. Jack has a master’s degree in industrial engineering and operations research from Virginia Tech, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the College of William and Mary.
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