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Great company
Technical Support Specialist. (TSS) - Call Center (Former Employee), Fort Washington, PAMay 20, 2015
Pros: Great benifits
Cons: Short breaks
I loved working for ADP. Never a dull moment working there. I worked at the company for 28 years and can say I learned something new every day. Co-workers and management were great though you didn't get to talk to anyone but clients between 8:30 and 5:00.
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ADP Sales Apprentice
Sales Apprentice (Former Employee), San DIegoMay 20, 2015
No real extensive training. On the first day you'll be assigned a District Manager to assist by prospecting through a list they will provide. High outbound calls to generate appointments and interest in ADP service.
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Love ADP
ADP (Current Employee), ADPMay 19, 2015
Great company, great leadership, great culture. Love working at ADP. Would recommend ADP to anyone looking for a place to either start their career or looking for a new opportunity.
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Great Place
Data entry (Former Employee), Floram Park NJMay 14, 2015
Pros: Our own laptops
Cons: sitting in a cubical all day
The place is great, management is amazing and are laid-back, and there are free lunches on Friday. There are picnic tables outside so you can relax and unwind during lunch or to get some fresh air
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Nice people but lacks innovation
Product (Current Employee), AlpharettaMay 14, 2015
Pros: Great People
Cons: Overall dull environment, silo teams, doesn't feel like team work, long hours - work through lunches and after or before hours.
ADP is full of great people but since the people have been there so long there's a lack of trying new ideas. They work hard but not smart. The environment is dull and lacks life. The office does not seem to have an open door policy (the doors are literally close most of the time).
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Good
Sr.Java Developer (Former Employee), NJMay 14, 2015
Well Established Company.

So many Innovation projects going on.

Nice project and team structure

nice pay.
Well Established Company.

So many Innovation projects going on.

Nice project and team structure

nice pay.
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Job is not in line with expectations
Process Improvement and Quality Assurance Manager (Current Employee), Roseland, NJMay 13, 2015
Although I feel the company is a good place to work, I feel that the job I am being asked to do is not in line with what I agreed to do when I signed on for the position.
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Great environment to work in when managed correctly
Senior Programmer Analyst (Former Employee), San Dimas, CAMay 13, 2015
Under good management, job could be a dream job. Job has definite advancement possibilities. Work is extremely fun to work on and people and colleagues are great.
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Fast pace environment
Tax Associate (Former Employee), San Dimas, CaliforniaMay 13, 2015
A place with many lateral opportunities throughout the organization. Flexible job schedules. Job security is a concern with the possibility of out sourcing being very imminent.
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Good place to work
Manager I, Client Services - West Region (Former Employee), El Paso, TXMay 13, 2015
Various roles and positions available
Learned how to network
Senior leadership inconsistent
Co workers are great
Interacting with many people was the most enjoyable part
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School at work
Client Technical Analyst (Former Employee), Augusta, GAMay 12, 2015
Adp has a great training environment to give employees a understanding in working in computer database if you don't have a IT background.
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Good place to work
Teledata Manager (Former Employee), New JerseyMay 8, 2015
Enjoyed the company and atmosphere, with an inclusive and diverse staff. Upper management is available and supportive to all team members.
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Loved this job!
Corporate Trainer (Former Employee), Alpharetta, GAMay 7, 2015
I worked there for 9 years before they downsized in 2009 like a lot of other companies. No hard feelings...it's just business. It was a great place to work and I loved my job.
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Flexible and opportunity for advancement
District Manager (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NVApril 29, 2015
Outside sales position managing current clients along with partnering with CPA's and Banks. I enjoy trhe flexibility and freedom with no micro managing. As a responsible adult I conduct myself to a higher standard and expect myself to succeed in any work environment. Not much interaction with co workers during the week, most my time is spent in the field.
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Associate District Manager
Associate District Manager (Former Employee), Chandler, AZApril 29, 2015
It is a very cut-throat environment. Great training that you get to put on your resume but the stress levels are through the roof.
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The benefits is the only good thing about ADP
Payroll and Tax Client Service Representative (Current Employee), Elk Grove Village, ILApril 28, 2015
They don't believe in a work/life balance at all and management sucks. As well as they take micro management to another level.
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Every aspect of the organization is world class.
Trainer and Client Services Analyst (Former Employee), Mount Laurel, NJ and Jersey City, NJApril 28, 2015
Great leadership and very employee friendly. Excellent culture. Highly developed organization with mature processes and a positive approach.
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Don't try too hard...might get you fired.
Senior Production Associate (Current Employee), Alpharetta, GAApril 28, 2015
Pros: Fantastic 401k and health benefits, HR is terrific and definitely wants to help you in anyway they can.
Cons: Management, hours, pay = no family time & barely any pay.
Don't bother working your tail off here, it'll go unnoticed. You could be given challenge after challenge and exceed at them, but you'll never be your boss's favorite. Just like any corporation, as long as you're willing to suck up to the management, you'll do just fine. If you try and step up, do more work and try to make productive changes, you will be told that you are "over zealous" and frowned upon because you're out doing your counter parts, and you will be asked to stop doing so much work. I work for the production end of things, you would think they would want someone who works hard, get a lot of work completed with minimal errors. Nope, they want you to suck up to them and in turn they allow you to slack off with no repercussions. It's not an equal workplace and it's blatantly shown. I also can't handle the hours they make us work, it doesn't allow for any life with your family at all. They aren't willing to help you change it either so you can see your family more often. I can't work for a company that is more concerned with their image about taking care of their associates then actually taking care of their associates.
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American Express is an outstanding company.
Customer Service HR/Payroll Specialist (Current Employee), Augusta, GAApril 26, 2015
Pros: Opportunity for advancement.
Cons: It was sometimes difficult to maintain a good work/home balance.
I managed the day-to-day operation of a travel office.

We provided customer service to our corporate travel clients.

I worked well with both internal and external clients at every level.

The hardest part of my job was to motivate some employees.

The most enjoyable part of my job was to know that both my employees and customers were pleased with how their expectations were met.
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Productive and Family Oriented place to work
Employee Service Call Center Representative (Current Employee), Miami, FLoridaApril 26, 2015
Pros: Able to be part of a great team and help callers needs.
Cons: Unfortunately, the company does not offer hiring temps even for best employees.
My typical work day begins with being on time and ready to receive incoming calls assisting employees from our client data base with a wide variety of questions and issues to assist them. Provided guidance to resetting their passwords and internet issues. Escalated calls to a supervisor when needed. Always ready and willing to assist co-workers and offered to stay late doing overtime if the company needed help.

This is a company you work hard but you fell worth the reward. All the bosses are awesome, and the hours a great and everyone very respectful. I feel sad that my job contract will end soon but I've learned to deal with the situation and hope someday they will change this rule.

My experience has been awesome and blessed.

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About ADP

Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP) is engaged in providing business outsourcing solutions. ADP offers a range of human resource – Read more

ADP Salaries

District Manager
$45,000 per year
Customer Service Representative
$34,000 per year
Client Services
$38,480 per year
Customer Service Representative
$10.70 per hour
Implementation Specialist
$50,000 per year