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Come work with great people and be challenged to reach your potential at Ceridian. We depend on highly skilled and enthusiastic achievers like you to provide innovative solutions for thousands of companies and twenty five million employees worldwide. By fostering values that promote freedom, flexibility and creativity we encourage professional growth and offer rewarding career opportunities. Ceridian provides comprehensive benefits, effective your first day of employment. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, 401K with match, paid time off as well as a host of other world class benefits. Innovate, lead, and grow by doing what you love to do at Ceridian.
Ceridian Corporation is a leading business services company that uses reality-based KnowHow to help companies maximize the power of their people, lower their costs and focus on what they do best. Providing a full portfolio of services from human resources, payroll and payment solutions to benefits and health and productivity services, Ceridian helps organizations maximize their human, financial and technology resources.
Comdata, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ceridian Corporation, is the driving force in payment innovation, creating value for customers through payment processing and data management. Comdata Corporation is a leading provider of truck stop and convenience store point-of-sale (POS) systems and a business-to-business provider of innovative electronic payment solutions. As an issuer and a processor, the company enables more than $23 billion in fleet card, credit card, paycard and virtual card transactions annually. Over 1.8 million Comdata cards are issued annually, and active cards at any given time total approximately 1.5 million. Comdata provides solutions to over 25,000 customers in four primary industries: fleet, aviation, construction and retail/hospitality.
Ceridian Stored Value Solutions
Stored Value Solutions, a private subsidiary of Ceridian, has been the innovative force behind gift cards since 1996 when we began creating, managing and growing gift card programs for some of the best-known names in retailing. Stored Value Solutions provides custom gift card solutions for prepaid cards, loyalty and B2B applications for a diverse set of clients including retailers, airlines, casinos and e-tailers. As a leading provider of magnetic stripe gift cards, Stored Value Solutions serves six of the top 10 U.S. retailers and annually processes over one billion transactions for 600 clients and their 580 million cardholders.
Ceridian LifeWorks to Hold Free Housing Market Web Chat
October 23, 2008
To Help People Manage the Financial Crisis, Ceridian Has Also Granted the Public Free Access to Financial Support and Emotional Well-being Resources MINNEAPOLIS - Oct. 23, 2008 - Ceridian LifeWorks, a leading provider of health and productivity solutions for businesses, invites the public to participate in the second Web chat in their four-week series of chats focused on financial crisis topics. The Housing Market is on Oct. 30, 1 - 2 p.m. CST on LifeWorks Online (Public UserID: Ceridian, Password: financial). The first Web chat Managing Your Money takes place today from 1 - 2 p.m. CST. "Whether you're seeing it on TV or reading the news, it's hard to avoid tough news about the economy and the housing market," says Ceridian LifeWorks senior vice president and general manager, Zachary Meyer. "Foreclosures are at an all-time high and mortgage companies are struggling to survive. Cerdian's goal is to help the public understand and navigate tumultuous times in the housing market and help with anything that may be affecting them personally." The live, moderated online chat is designed to help people share information and advice about the housing market with the guidance of an expert. The discussion will address the uncertainty of the housing market, foreclosure and how to avoid it and the impact of mortgage company buy-outs on the market. In addition to offering the Web chat series, Ceridian LifeWorks has also given the public free access to the financial support, emotional well-being and workplace change resources on LifeWorks Online (Public UserID: Ceridian, Password: financial) through December 31. LifeWorks Online provides employees with convenient access to award-winning tools, resources and support for everyday living. Employers and employees using the site can realize increased productivity, improved morale, greater retention, better recruiting and lower employment costs.
In 1992, Ceridian Corporation emerged as an information services company from the restructuring of its predecessor company, Control Data Corporation, a computer services and manufacturing company founded in 1957.
Beginning in 1990, Ceridian's predecessor company narrowed its focus to three principal businesses—information services, defense electronics and computer products. As part of the settlement of an antitrust lawsuit against IBM, Control Data had acquired the Service Bureau Company (established in 1932), which became the forerunner of Ceridian's present-day employer services business. Mini Data, which has evolved into Powerpay.com (now HR/Payroll for Small Business), an Internet-based HR/payroll services for companies with 200 or fewer employees, was acquired by Control Data in 1991.
Since its formation in 1992, Ceridian has made other significant investments in technology and customer service to further its leadership in information services. Highlights include:
1993: Purchased Systems Tax Service Inc. (STS), which helps companies pay taxes associated with their employee payrolls.
1995: Purchased Centrefile (now Ceridian in the UK), the largest outsourced payroll processing business in the United Kingdom. The transaction marked Ceridian's first acquisition of a human resources company outside the United States.
1995. Acquired Comdata Corporation, a provider of transaction processing and information services to the transportation and gaming industries.
1997: Sold the defense electronics business, Computing Devices International, to General Dynamics.
1998: Established Ceridian Canada by purchasing, the payroll outsourcing operations of Toronto Dominion Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
1998. Swapped Comdata's gaming services operations to First Data Corporation in exchange for their transportation services business, NTS, and cash.
1998. Purchased the LifeWorks portion of Boston-based Work/Family Directions, making Ceridian the leader in the Employee Advisory Program (EAP) market.
1999: Acquired a majority interest in Stored Value Systems (SVS), making Comdata the largest provider of stored value cards in the United States. Comdata acquired the remaining interest in SVS in March of 2000.
1999. Purchased ABR Information Services, Inc., now Ceridian's benefits services organization, the largest third-party benefits administration company in the United States.
2001: Spun off 100 percent of Ceridian's Arbitron business to shareholders in a reverse spin transaction.
2002: Acquired GLS Benefits Services, enhancing benefits administration domain expertise and gaining entrance into the Total Benefits Outsourcing market.
2002: Acquired HR Comply, a nationally pre-eminent compliance company.
2002: Acquired IBM Commercial Employee Service Center-becomes the operational center for Ceridian's third generation HRO solution.
2002: Comdata subsidiary SVS acquires minority interest in Salt Lake City-based Gift Card Solutions (GCS), an electronic cash card and check provider to restaurants and niche retailers.
2003: Comdata introduces BusinessLink, allowing businesses to integrate purchasing, fleet, fuel, T&E, payroll and authenticated identification on one employee card.
2004: Acquired Recruiting Solutions International, Inc. (RSI), a leading provider of Web-based recruiting and workforce management solutions.
2004: SVS acquires minority interest in ProfitPoint, a provider of integrated loyalty and gift card solutions to the small and mid-sized retailer and restaurant markets.
2004: Ceridian strengthened its international market presence in Human Resource services through the acquisition of ITS Information Technology Systems Ltd, a leading provider of HR software solutions in Ireland.
2004: Comdata acquires Princeton (N.J.)-based Datamark Technologies, Inc., a provider of integrated stored value and customer loyalty programs.
2005: First to offer Internet clocks for time and attendance tracking.
2005: Comdata acquires Tranvia, Inc., a merchant processor for credit, debit, pre-paid and e-commerce activities, significantly broadening Comdata's role as a leading issuer and process of business-to-business electronic payment services.
2005: First to offer employee assistance documents in audio format suitable for downloading.
2006: Comdata purchases the remaining interest in SASH Management, LLC d/b/a Gift Card Solutions (GCS).
2006: Comdata acquired Culver City, CA. based HQ Gift Cards, LLC. HQ provides management services mall, airport and casino gift card programs.
2006: Ceridian acquired Leade Health, a leading health coaching firm specializing in the areas of weight management, stress management, tobacco cessation, and cardiovascular health.
2007: Comdata acquired Inter-Tax, Inc., a leading provider of paperless fuel tax services
Over the last several years Ceridian's human resource solutions organization has concentrated on becoming a single-source provider of broad-based solutions covering the full range of human resource administration and management. Comdata has applied its expertise in moving money and information electronically to create new capabilities and profit opportunities for a growing number of non-transportation arenas, including payment distribution and retail financial transaction services.
News- Unum and Ceridian
Unum Expands Partnership with Ceridian to Launch an Enhanced Free EAP for its Group Disability Clients in U.K.
October 22, 2008
New research indicates personal and work related issues are impacting work performance of over half the U.K. workforce
MINNEAPOLIS - Oct. 22, 2008 - Unum (NYSE: UNM) , the leading disability insurer in the U.S. and U.K., has expanded its partnership with Ceridian, one of the world's largest providers of human resource services, to launch an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) in the United Kingdom. The new service will be offered under the name Unum LifeWorks and cover all employers and employees insured by Unum Group Income Protection (GIP) policies
Importantly for employers, the program raises the bar in the provision of EAPs in the U.K. by providing access for employers to online and telephone legal and employment help lines for managers and supervisors.
The program is based on a best practice EAP service design which has worked extremely well for Unum and Ceridian in the United States. Unum US and Ceridian have been partnering since 1992 and offer a similar integrated EAP and work-life service to over 39,000 customers. Unum's work-life balance EAP in the U.S. offers many modes of access to the service including online, face-to-face and telephonic to accommodate generational preferences and convenience. Employees can receive consultation and assistance with issues such as selecting a child care agency, parenting skills, elder concerns, financial worries, interpersonal problems at work, grief and relationship concerns just to name a few.
The U.K. program, which will begin in November 2008, has been specifically designed to provide a unique range of services that will benefit both employees and employers by aiding them with potentially stressful situations and issues. Stress-related illness is becoming increasingly prevalent amongst workers in the U.K. and offering an EAP will allow employees to seek advice at an early stage, before issues may start to impact on their health and work performance.
The launch comes on the heels of new research1 from Unum, which reveals that over half (51%) of all U.K. workers believe that their work has been impacted over the past two years due to stresses and worries.
The most common stresses cited by workers were worrying about personal health issues (38% of respondents) or other personal issues (37%), followed by stress due to the cost of living or not being able to pay off debts (32% and 25% respectively).
The research also revealed that work issues and personal issues are likely to have the greatest impact on an employee's work performance; 72% and 71%, respectively of respondents who admitted that their work had been greatly affected by stresses and worries in the past two years cited these problems. These are followed by stress due to personal health issues (66%) and the cost of living (57%).
"As our research shows, personal and work issues can have a significant impact on an employee's ability to perform their role at work," said Wojciech Dochan, Head of Commercial Marketing at Unum UK, "This can result in unnecessary levels of stress, which in turn can impact upon an employee's health.
"Unum LifeWorks will add value to our current GIP offering by not only helping both employees and employers to resolve potentially stressful and complicated personal and work-related situations at the earliest stage possible, but also supporting organizational management in the areas of legal and employment information. We are committed at Unum to supporting U.K. businesses as much as possible through the introduction of this new service."
Jeremy Campbell, director of Ceridian HRO sales, said: "We are delighted to be working with Unum to provide well-being services to their policy holders. It is unrealistic to expect employees to leave personal issues at home, but by the same standard, with today's PDA and Blackberry culture work rarely stops when you leave the office. Unum LifeWorks provides guidance to individuals on a range of life issues, whilst also advising businesses on how best to support their employees with balancing work and life.
"As well as providing emotional support from qualified counselors and support for everyday issues, users can benefit from access to a range of health, educational/career development and debt/financial specialists. In addition, the Unum LifeWorks Online website offers practical resources to enable users to be proactive and tackle their concerns before they impact on work and personal life."
Further services available for U.K. employees include access to telephone and face-to-face counseling, matched referrals for child and elder care and tips and advice online on a wide range of subjects. This is reinforced with printed materials and CDs which can be sent to employees' homes, at their request, on topics that are relevant to them.
(1) Independent research agency ICM interviewed a random sample of 2092 U.K. adults aged 18+ from its online panel between 22nd-25th August 2008. Surveys were conducted across the country and the results have been weighted to the profile of all U. K. adults. ICM is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules. Further information at www.icmresearch.co.uk.
Unum (www.unum.com) is one of the leading providers of employee benefits products and services, and the largest provider of group and individual disability income protection insurance in the United States and the United Kingdom. Through its subsidiaries, Unum paid more than $6 billion in total benefits to customers in 2007.
Ceridian is a business services company that helps its customers maximize the power of their people, lower their costs and focus on what they do best. Globally, the company serves more than 25 million employees with a range of HR, payroll, Employee Assistance Programs and funds transfer services, making it one of the few providers delivering services both locally and internationally.
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