If you don't think ADP aggressively lays off employees that have health issues you have your head in the sand. I worked for ADP for over 5 years with a steady progression in responsibilities including multiple promotions but when I began suffering... read more
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Congratulations to ADP CEO Carlos Rodriguez! He has been honored as among the 7 most likable SaaS CEO'S with a likability score of 83.6 out of 100. See / I wonder how many ADP associates voted in his favor? Perhaps it was the... read more
Can't blame a company for leaving CA. All the taxes and over regulation, you get what you vote for. Other than that yeah... ADP is heading downhill fast.
I worked a total of 5 hellish years at ADP. Very management centric produce no matter what environment. Work life balance was a joke - more than half of EEs have accrued so much unused vacation time they'll never use it. Also a very white, male... read more
This may be a coincidence but I am wondering if anyone else has had similar things happen in their service centers. It seems some of the employees that are being let go prior to offices closing are employees who have medical conditions. I know of 3... read more
There may be an explanation about this insanity, although if true it is irresponsibly scary. I worked for ADP for many years. Most companies are client-centric in that the client is King and everything has to be done to keep them satisfied. It is a... read more
ADPs best days are over. This company will fall and cease to exist. The latest Sr Mgmt jabber is a "2020 vision". I wonder if thats when they think the fruits of their glorious RIFs, cutbacks, restructure, and hiring millenials will come to pass. We... read more
I have looked around for news sites that might be interested in reporting on this ADP mess and have found buzzflash.com This news site does cover stories about employer abuses. I just wrote them an email inviting them to look into this. I suggest... read more
I am not sure why people would consider ADP a career I currently work there, and there is no possible way I would stay here. Too much high-school like drama I am a grown man I don't have time for that.
Some people cannot handle the truth. This information is too scary to process for many. Most prefer to stick their head in the sand and hope that this problem will go away. The paycheck is still coming in on time. Everything will work out. Everything... read more
For the life of me I don't know why reps are not spreading he word. Some won't listen, there are always the Polly Anna types but people need to know so they can make life changing decisions with knowing they may be unemployed any day. I have been... read more
ADP was a great company to work for until 2000, then after Josh Weston left it was no longer an associate's company, but a shareholders only company. They stop giving new employers pension just to help the stock go up and make VP and above rich... read more
I worked for ADP for many years, and it was always about how much money we could make and NOT the quality of the product or the customer support. But don't take my word for it. Google product and service complaint sites and check out the multitudes... read more
In the end Quality of ADP Products has fallen shifting over to Agile Process, Patches and Fixes are going out with greater frequency. Unable to retain Implementation and Support Staff, so this has impacted the poor client retention rate, and the Math... read more
Well now that the Northwest offices have been given notice of closure; California is prime target for building closures - high business taxes, associate friendly labor laws, higher wages due to cost of living, many employee's with high tenure, etc... read more
Employees should forward comments to CNN and Fox business news regarding layoffs.
ADP management has a two-fold purpose behind the office closings. First, management has decided that their employees earn too much money, and are replacing experienced workers with cheap, inexperienced lower paid employees. Second, management does... read more
Just received word that all the Pacific Northwest got told there last day will be August 1st.
Will ADP be offering lower rates to clients now to pass along the savings the company is making with the lower paid workforce ?
What is the time frame for the next announcement of closings?
Virtually ALL locations will be closed and the employees at those locations eliminated. Only the new offices will remain such as Norfolk, Maitland, El Paso, etc. and will be staffed by new employees being paid far less than the eliminated. This will... read more
Some of my friends and colleagues located at ADP's Ann Arbor office are being let go on April 21. This was a "timed release" layoff where they were informed a couple of months ago that they would be leaving on April 21. This may have been done in the... read more
They haven't stated laying off the West coast folks yet because I heard they can't find qualified candidates this is a BAD move for ADP and some BS they started off by giving our jobs away to the PHP now they are back to the plan of getting low cost... read more
I read a company review from Glassdoor by a new employee working from the Norfolk, VA office. It seems the management style there is dictatorial, with preset hours 8 to 5 with no deviation. Filthy restrooms mentioned.
The slogan used to be ADP the employer of choice. What used to be a nice place to work has turned into a total joke. Closing offices and getting rid of experienced payroll professionals with cheap college kids who worked at the pizza shack as their... read more
Every single employee who works from home will be out of a job. ADP no longer wants employees working from home.
To all current ADP employees, do yourself a favor and start looking for a new job now instead of later. Company is only keeping five locations open and if you wait till the end it will be harder to find a new job with everyone flooding the job market... read more
I wonder what golf course or vacation spot Mr. CEO is hanging out on while his hard working employees are being sent to the unemployment lines.
Everyone should be prepared for April 15 because ADP has been sending people packing on the 15th.
ADP has been showing no concern to laying off people with no notice at all. I hope the company hands out jars of lubricant to the new hires because after a few years on the job they will need it.
Plenty of company have layoffs, however ADP is treating many long time employees like sh-- and giving no notice at all by letting them go. Everyone knows the company has a goal of downsizing but give some f---ing notice to people when you tell them... read more
A protest rally is being planned early next week in front of the corporate headquarters of ADP in New Jersey. A lot of people from other companies will be joining in to demonstrate.
ADP seems to be picking the 15th of each month to layoff people. Over the last two months several people have been let go with no warning on the 15th.
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Time for the Human resources reps and managers who are on the conference calls to " part ways" with people to find a new line to use. Telling every single employee you lay off they aren't being productive enough is getting old. Be honest and quit... read more
Can you imagine how difficult it must be right now to be working in the sales department. With all the people being let go and locations closing up I'm sure the clients are wondering what's going on.
Company should start firing managers to reduce cost. To many layers of managers and most of them are useless and overpaid. Team managers are the biggest joke.
Especially since the jobs are being replaced at entry level wages?
India management team is fooling US ADP for long time! Now they are exposed. So, US ADP asked them to change their name also from offshore side. Mostly it will act as 3rd party and there is no concept of One ADP now.
Based on all the postings on the different websites there were layoffs everyday this past week. Most people are not receiving any notice at all. ADP should step up and be a better employer to everyone who is being laid off. Most decent companies will... read more