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Payroll Giant ADP Cuts Off Small Business Clients’ Access To Zenefits

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HR startup Zenefits and 50-year-old corporate payroll incumbent ADP are pulling no punches in a battle over the use of third-party data.

The dispute seems to have started around June 4th when ADP cut off Zenefits small business clients using the ADP RUN payroll system from sharing data with Zenefits.

ADP said in a statement that it did this because Zenefits was, “pulling sensitive information, including unmasked Social Security numbers and employee banking information, in a manner that did not comply with ADP’s standards for data security.”

Zenefits called out ADP for being unfair and said that this action came without warning to its clients. “They’ve gone and shut down accounts without telling customers,” Zenefits founder Parker Conrad told TechCrunch.

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Written by Larry Chiang

June 9, 2015 at 6:08 pm

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