ADP was the first real job I've had out of College, and it was a great company to work for!
Pros: sometimes free food and drinks for work well completed, and clients being satisfied with our services.
Cons: sometimes being on call was hard, my work schedule was all over the place, but i was flexible!
A typical day at work, would be fast paced, receiving payrolls from client services, mail, and other instructions regarding the companies payroll, sending those payrolls to data entry, and getting back any payrolls, that needed to be edited, and then processed to run again by computers, and making sure the payrolls were ready for production to gather paperwork, cut checks, and package the payrolls for delivery to the traffic dept. A lot of times, we would receive late payrolls, from different depts., they would be given to data entry, and processed like the others. I've learned to multitask, and to be flexible with problems that may arise, during the production process. Management, always checking on the production, and seeing that everything was going on smoothly. The co-workers were personable, and fun to work with. The hardest part of the job, was maybe a couple of major companies, that had special payroll processing needs, and took extra time to go thru the computer programs, and making sure the data was run correctly, and no major errors were found, sometimes it took 2 or 3 days to process all the information. The most enjoyable part of the job, was working with very awesome co-workers!