Implementation Specialist III (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – August 29, 2013
ADP is a strong fiscally fit organization. The company culture is demanding and requires associates to juggle many projects and tasks at one time. It is not unusual for year end to involve long hours and high stress.
Client Service data entry Administrator (Former Employee), Augusta, GA – August 23, 2013
Pros: cafe and cleaners was in the building
Cons: temporary assignment
Log into system to start assisting my clients with their payroll and benefits in formation. I learned how to process payroll time and hours as well as 401k investments, bankruptcy's, physician care information, how to do garnishments etc... My co-workers was very team oriented out going and business minded, the hardest part of the job was to learn about – more... 5 new clients a month that you would have to take on for your cases and client work, the most enjoyable part was the friendly atmosphere and great supervisors on top of the work schedules mon-fri. from 7-4 pm – less
This was a good work experience for me here, I gained alot of customer service skills working with advising on how beneifts were distributed.
Benefits Account Representative (Former Employee), Alpharetta, Ga – August 14, 2013
Pros: i love this kind of work. i guess that is the investigator in me.
Cons: burnt out, wanted more of a challenge
I found myself working arounf college graduates which was odd at first. A typical day at work always had to do with troubleshoooting a benefit resolution as to why someone did not get compensated after turning in all the necessary paper work,alot of research involved. Listening to a person who is very upset early in the morning, then letting them calm – more... down. I love this kind of work. I guess that is the investigator in me. – less
o Senior Programmer Analyst (Former Employee), ADP/SIS Wheatridge Colorado (Denver) – August 11, 2013
Pros: enjoyed the job/work very much, some great collegues
Cons: small company that didn't like outsiders, yet had to hire programmers to keep things going
A typical day of work consisted of resolving daily production problems, writing technical documents, attending design and development meetings, consulting with management and clients. The rest of the time would be spent working on projects. One of my major responsibilities included the measuring the performance of production systems, producing daily – more... performance statistics and then offering suggestions on how to resolve the issues. And then resolving the issues.
A typical market trade, in the beginning could take up to 3 seconds to execute and post. After researching and reviewing the system - the time for nearly ALL market trades was reduced to subsecond. I really enjoyed this part of the job as I got satisfaction in real numbers about how things were positively impacted. – less
Major Accounts District Manager (Current Employee), Columbus, Ohio – August 11, 2013
• Engage C-Suite executives in strategic conversations to align human capital management solutions with core business objectives • Implement ADP’s unified technology platform to provide organizations with increased visibility into workforce analytics • Research industry trends to lead conversations with insight and discuss financial impacts of end-to-end – more... employee life cycle management • Conduct business process analyses of administrative practices to uncover streamline opportunities that reduce operational costs and mitigate compliance risk – less
Associate District Manager (Former Employee), New York, NY – August 6, 2013
A typical day at work is answering clients concerns, scheduling initial meetings with prospect and cold calling small businesses. I've learned how to sell products to small businesses. Hardest part of the job is closing a deal. Most enjoyable part of the job is meeting different types of people.
Account Services Representative (Former Employee), San Ramon, CA – August 4, 2013
Pros: open to training employees
Cons: none to think of a present
Had multiple jobs, with include purchasing computer hardware, call center responsiblities, coordinating training. Good managers that allowed self starter to take the lead. Enjoyed coordinating employee events with outside vendors