The employee sync integration will pull employee data from your ADP WFN account and sync it into your Deputy account.

Getting Starting

Ensure your ADP account is connected to Deputy. For more information about connecting Deputy and ADP Workforce Now through the connector, check out our help guide here:

How to setup the Deputy + ADP RUN Integration in your Deputy account

Enable ADP to Deputy Employee Sync

  • Select a location you would like to sync your employees to and click "edit settings."

Navigate to the Integrations tab, select 'ADP RUN,' then click continue.

Now search for the 'New Worker > Sync to Deputy' under ADP RUN and select 'Activate'.

Here you can customize the details of the sync. 

This includes:

Remuneration Types:

  • All Employees
  • Only Hourly Employees
  • Only Salary Employees

Turn it on for all locations:

  • Yes/No toggle

When you are satisfied with your preferences, click Save.

Data Fields

The following fields will be pulled into your Deputy account from ADP:

     1. First Name
     2. Last Name
     3. Work Email
     4. Mobile
     5. Primary Address
     6. Birth Date
     7. Hire Date
     8. AOID
     9. Pay Rate Type (Hour or Salary)
     10. Pay Rate Amount ($/hour or annual salary)

Data Sync Frequency

The Employee Sync will check every 15 minutes for any employee data updates coming from your ADP account. If any updates are found, the data will be synced into your Deputy account.

Please Note: While all other employee details dynamically update, Pay Type is unique, in that it is a one-time sync from ADP RUN to Deputy. Upon sync, an Employment Term is generated in Deputy based on the information found in ADP for the employee. After the Employment Term is generated, and the employee is using Deputy, ADP stops communicating employee pay details to Deputy. 

This means that, for example, if an employee who is already using Deputy gets a pay raise, and their pay is changed in ADP, this change will not be reflected in Deputy. Pay rates must be adjusted in both ADP, and the Employment Term in Deputy.

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