About Author: timhenderson

Tim Henderson
Tim Henderson is the Senior Director of Product Strategy for ADP’s Wage Payments product lines which includes the ALINE Card by ADP pay card solution. He has served in leadership positions in Fortune 500 companies including Citrix Systems and Intuit and has extensive experience in product management, strategy and corporate development. His professional experience has focused on cloud and mobile technology solutions for enterprise businesses and financial services. Tim holds an MBA from Pepperdine University as well as a BA degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Articles by Author: timhenderson:

12.02.14 |

Managing the Increasing Complexity Surrounding Paycard Laws

Last year, a McDonald’s employee in Pennsylvania filed a lawsuit against the franchise restaurant where she worked, citing that her paycard was deducting more than her net pay by imposing fees on a range of transactions from ATM withdrawals to being charged for checking her account balance2. When she asked if she could receive her…Read More »

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11.24.14 |

[Infographic] Save Money, Go Paperless

Has your company’s wage payments system caught up with the digital age? Payroll cards are one option that can help employers and employees keep up with an increasingly technological world in a way that traditional paper checks likely can’t. Payroll cards may offer monetary savings, provide increased security and help employees save time by reducing…Read More »

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10.20.14 |

Making the Switch to an Electronic Pay Solution

More than 96 percent of American workers prefer to receive their pay by direct deposit, a payroll card or a prepaid reloadable card, according to the National Payroll Association’s “Getting Paid in America” survey. Only 3 percent opt for paper checks, indicating employees generally prefer to go electronic. So, where does your business stand? If…Read More »

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10.09.14 |

Navigating State and Federal Guidelines for Payroll Card Compliance

Regulation E, which implements the Electronic Fund Transfer Act, is a federal regulation addressing payroll cards, and its stipulations can often be confusing for both employers and employees. While much of Regulation E applies to financial institutions offering payroll card accounts, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has clarified its applicability to third parties, including…Read More »


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