If you like working for an organization where your position is constantly being threatened, then this is the place for you. Workers are no longer valued for their unwavering loyalty, tenure, work ethic or knowledge. At ADP, you are just a number. No... read more
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Anyone who thinks they are not subject to being laid off with the company is living in dream land. Unless you are working at one of the new offices you are out of luck sooner or later.
There were layoffs at an SC location Tuesday. Anybody knows more about this? I haven't heard anything about layoffs for last week, but then again, I haven't been paying too much attention. Anybody knows if this is true? If it is which departments got... read more
ADP just informed all business consultants that they are to move to allentown Pennsylvania at their centralized location, or find a new job within 30 days. Best of luck to these people.
Per typical ADP form, mass layoffs are coming this week.
Are there any offices scheduled to close in 2018?
I worked for ADP for many years and was let go through a layoff which was aimed at reducing overhead and costs. I led a fairly large initiative and once it was just about complete, I received a push out of the door as a thank you. Note that the cuts... read more
I noticed that ADP is hiring an "Employee Relations Consultant" at the Norfolk, Virginia office. This consultant will be helping to investigate client and management complaints against employees. This sounds like ADP feels that there is significant... read more
I was an older worker when I accepted position with ADP-returning to fulltime after raising kids. I was impressed with benefits, site amenities( wonderful cafe, free food weekly,grounds, free doctor in building, massages offered at small fee)... read more
I was a 20 year employee and was let go June 2012. The new culture is to fire older loyal workers and hire workers in India. Severance is offered just because they do not want to be sued. I had to sign an agreement before I got it. Just heard... read more
Yes, I think that we are indeed going to sit back and watch ADP go down in flames and crash. A seemingly competent company with so many years of success has made a fatal decision of replacing its experienced workforce with cheap workers by early to... read more
ADP has and will continue to throw away tenured talented people with many years of experience and vast knowledge because they care more about tax allowances that lower wage states will allow them and paying lower wages now instead of delivering... read more
What a disgraceful company ADP is being led none other than the biggest bozo of 2017 Carlos Rodriguez . Let's chop and lay off all these American workers because the main reason is there making too much money while the CEO of the company makes... read more
ADP is indeed laying off or firing most of its workforce. That is not because there is not enough work to do, but because the company feels that their employees are earning too much. They are saving on labor costs by getting rid of their established... read more
To all the people who were offered a chance to work from home after their office closed you can be assured that your position is only temporary and you will eventually be laid off like the rest of the employees who already have lost their jobs. There... read more
With the continual layoffs going on at ADP, why should established and experienced ADP workers continue to work hard when they are going to be booted out no matter how hard they work? It would be better to concentrate on finding a job somewhere else... read more
Just focus on work, focus on work, work, workl, add value and make your best effort, knock it out of the park… I know that people are concerned but there is pretty much nothing major you can do about it - yes, I did hear about layoffs in Roseland.
Found this in another thread ( ) and thought it deserved to be read by more people, as it is 100% true. As a 'newer' employee -it is equally stressful, if not more. The complicated and overwhelming volume of information required by ADP... read more
ADP is trying to kill the remaining experienced employees they have. Management keeps adding more work and responsibility almost daily with no relief in sight and no considerable pay increase to go with it. Cases sit for weeks untouched and calls go... read more
All of templates69.rus are hurting the clients big time! I see layoffs happening in groups that can't even keep up with the workload they have. Meaning clients do not get the service they pay for. Any jobs that are re filled are done so with people... read more
Just looking for a bit of insight here if anyone has any thoughts on the matter. As a shareholder of ADP (and also a former employee) I received my proxy cards the other day. One to vote keeping the ADP board in tact as it is which the company is... read more
It is time for some fresh blood and new eyes. But at the top management level and NOT at the employee level. It takes YEARS for new employees to become productive. Getting new workers with no real experience is not creating a new perspective, but... read more
Employees can indeed try to succeed at their challenging jobs through sheer willpower and perseverance. They can work and learn after hours and on weekends to try to become productive. But the fact remains is that it is ADP management's... read more
I would like to add that strange as it seems, employees making mistakes helps ADP management to both save money and to make money. First, the mistakes can be kept track of and used against employees during review time, resulting in less (or no) merit... read more
the one who started 6 months ago. Again, I have worked for different companies and call center.... I am still filled with major anxiety and find it dreadful to come to work because the complicated nature and many systems I am not proficient on. I... read more
I was let go a few months back. Was told this was the result of office location analysis throughout the U.S. and impacts those locations deemed to be located in "non-strategic market locations." Personally I know the a new president in major accounts... read more
I was set go from ADP several months ago. It was a shock as I worked 15+ years with the company. I had been worried about all the rumors about offices closings. I never thought it would happen. Now, they are looking to save a buck by hiring college... read more
Perhaps after the new board members dump Carlos as CEO they can offer him a new position working at one of the new call centers. After all Carlos remember it no longer makes sense to have offices across the country with non productive associates and... read more
These are my observations over the course of several decades with ADP. My colleagues agreed with me. I saw new hired employees that were raring to go, full of energy, and optimistic about ADP get disillusioned within a year or two when seeing the... read more
As they say 'Be careful what you wish for... it just might bite you back at some time'. So now ADP leadership is worried about their own jobs due to the Bill Ackman stake in ADP wanting to change direction within the company AND new leadership!!... read more
Carlos made himself look bad in his tv interview the other day bashing on the other guy who wants him out as CEO. Six years is long enough let's all hope the new board members get rid of him.
It seems the pathetic coward, Carlos Rodriguez is now worried about his own a--. I have no doubt Bill Ackman is simply another greedy slob who is concerned about nothing other than the share price, and having him get a Seat on the board will in no... read more
I find it very tacky and disgraceful that ADP can announce a closing of a office and tell people they are losing thier jobs in 90 days then a few days later hand out awards to people working out of the same office that's closing. Save some jobs... read more
If you get laid off at ADP you may get a severance package. I did when I got laid off more than a year ago, but I noticed that many associates that are being laid off nowadays are being fired for "not being productive enough". It seems that the... read more
If they lay you off, you'll get a severance package and it's a pretty good one. I was laid off and got 20 weeks severance after 8 years. Another teammate was laid off, after 28 years at ADP, and got 26 weeks. Hang around for the severance and then... read more
Does ADP still have a rule in place for people who do work from home you can't have younger children in the house while working at home? This was a requirement at one time however I think they might have changed the rules.
Does anybody know if anybody actually tried to sue ADP for ageism, and is it even an option? A friend has been let go after decades with the company for no reason. He was always an exemplary employee, with clean record, and yet his spot has been... read more
Not only are the firing tenured employees, managers are being given mandates to give 1 person on their team - usually the highest paid one- a bad review so that they don't qualify for a raise. So, HR tells them to figure out any tiny little think to... read more
The reason for all the closings is that they want to consolidate all ADP's into five super centers. Cost containment and much lower annual income for their NEW employees. Long gone are the days of experienced employees. Yup, . New... read more
Besides retail stores I can't recall any business in the United States ever closing up this many office locations ever before across the country.