National Accounts Client Support Specialist II (Current Employee), Georgia – May 16, 2013
Pros: good pay.
Cons: unhelpful peers
ADP has been a great place to work so far. Attempting to move to the recruiting side of the house has proven to be a challege considering no one is really willing to help. I have reached out to numerous individuals and everyone just seems to blow me off.
The overall culture at ADP is Fabulous. My only complaint is that I've had 3 report to VP's in 2 years,all which had completely differant styles.
HRB Implementation Manager - Major Accounts (Former Employee), Augusta, GA – May 13, 2013
Pros: nice work stations, great people, new building
Cons: changes in management very often
I manage 10 highly professional HR people which all have been either HR Managers or Directors prior to comingto ADP. I manage approximently 100 accounts with a total book of business of about 300K billable per month. The hardest part of my job has been keeping my team focused and happy during several differant program changes. The most enjoyable part – more... is the wonderful, talented team I manage. – less
An enjoyable place to work. I felt like part of a family.
SUPERVISOR - QC/PRINT, Employer Services Division (Former Employee), Waltham, MA – May 12, 2013
I was a long term associate at ADP. I worked with many different people in many departments. We all worked together to accomplish the same goals. My co-workers were all friendly towards each other, which made for a good environment. I was part of the management team and we all worked closely together and respected each other. The hardest part of the – more... job was making our constant deadlines every day. The deadline times were very tight, and occasionally changed. The enjoyable part of the job were my co-workers. We all got along so well and worked together so well. – less
Sales Executive (Current Employee), Orange County, CA – May 11, 2013
Pros: great sales training and experience
Cons: advancement opportunities
In my almost 8 years with ADP I have consistently been recognized as a top producer. While holding roles in different capacities within ADP's organization. As a sales associate as well as a member of ADP's leadership team.
ADP is a great company, but I am looking to further my career
Associate District Manager (Current Employee), Poughkeepsie, NY – May 9, 2013
Pros: benefits, make my own schedule, uncapped commission, freedom
Cons: quota, booking appointments, getting commitments from business owners
ADP is a phenomenal company to work for; benefits, training and opportunity.
My position required me to work the territory that was given to me by cold-calling and utilizing our clients, accountants and banking partnerships to gain business. This position taught me a lot about self-motivation and self-discipline. Also, the power of hard work and persistence.
The – more... hardest part about this job is not letting your high's be too high, or your low's be too low. Sales is sales, and the small business market is a hard nut to crack.
I very much enjoyed the people I worked with and the partnerships I was able to make. Interacting with business owners and being able to assist them in some way was extremely gratifying. – less
Senior Production Representative (Current Employee), Waltham, MA – May 7, 2013
Pros: flexible schedules
package payroll for syracuse and new england regions that are sent out to our couriers, drivers, fedex, ups or mail. Working long hours but i enjoy it i get to listen to my music while i work which makes the day go by faster. I get to learn different areas in payroll and how to handle complaints from a client. I work a diverse team so I get to learn – more... alot of people, different cultures and where people travel. – less
District Sales Manager (Former Employee), Houston, TX – May 7, 2013
Pros: large commissions on sales.
Cons: good luck selling it.
In the office by 9, hit the phones for a few hours, set a couple appointments, & cross your fingers. This is not the place for anyone who's afraid to cold-call. The compensation isn't bad at all, but the products are tough to sell with their concept-based, ROI driven presentation methods.
Implementation Consultant (Former Employee), Auroroa, CO – May 1, 2013
Pros: constant work, great clients, good salary.
Cons: management turnover
My typical day at ADP would be to support as we moved through implementation. The products we implemented ranged from H.R.,Payroll and Benefits. I also worked closely with employees from each company as the integrated with ADP.
Hi, I have been trying really hard to get a job at ADP, as i have seen so many virtual job openings at ADP. Have tried to talk to someone in the HR or Recruitment but no one responded.
Kindly help me out with that.
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Computer Operator (Former Employee), San Dimas, CA – April 30, 2013
Pros: gifts from many events that took place on job site
Cons: health care
Log on to to facilitate several regions and train backup sites to take over when primary systems are not available. During the my 18 years at ADP I learned about several Operation Systems as well as management skills. Co-workers were great to work with. Working the 3rd shift was the hardest part of my job. Meeting all deadlines on a daily basis was – more... the most enjoyable part of my job. – less