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News and Events » Wilmington to outsource payroll to ADP.

Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki announced that,payroll functions will be outsourced beginning July 1. Three jobs will be cut.
Wilmington has entered into a contract for the administration of payroll services with ADP, one of the nation’s leading human resource companies, which currently serves more than 5,000 public sector clients around the United States.
“Payroll processing within our HR Department is not functioning optimally and improvement efforts have been unsuccessful,” said Purzycki. “We will instead adopt a best practices approach to payroll management which is used by governments and private businesses around the world to produce a cost-effective, integrated payroll processing system that will improve city government efficiency.”
Wilmington’s Department of Human Resources Director Charlotte B. Barnes said contracting with ADP payroll services provides the opportunity to modernize payroll processing, 24-hour vendor support and access to expertise to address complex payroll issues. Additional benefits include:
More timely and accurate compliance with regulatory payroll requirements for the Internal Revenue Service and Delaware Department of Labor
More timely processing of year-end tax reports
Real-time access for employees so they can manage tax and/or direct deposit changes
Real-time access for employees to their pay stubs, W-2 and 1095 tax forms
Improved inter-departmental sharing of payroll information and inter-governmental reporting of information to the State of Delaware and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Real-time processing of employment and/or income verification
The decision to relocate payroll services to a private company will result in a workforce reduction on July 1 of three non-union city employees in the HR payroll unit.
Barnes said her Department will work closely with the employees so they understand their options moving forward as allowed by City Code.
Options include retirement if they are eligible, a request to be moved into a vacant non-union position if they have the proper qualifications for that position, or a request to be moved into a currently filled non-union position if they have the proper qualifications.
If the employee is successful in moving into a filled position, then the employee who had held that filled position could be laid-off.

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