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jnw706 in Roseland, New Jersey

38 months ago

I am currently employed with ADP but haven't reached my 18 months yet. I would like to move to a different department or relocate altogether before my 18 months are up. I need to know the best way to do this as I would love to stay with ADP during this process. Should I resign and reapply with a different department? How long does the transfer process take if I wait out the 18 months? Can someone please help by providing some insight? Thanks.

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Caroline Molteni in Roseland, New Jersey

38 months ago

Hello!
Have you discussed this desire with your current manager? Are the reasons job/location related or for personal reasons?

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jnw706 in Roseland, New Jersey

38 months ago

Caroline Molteni in Roseland, New Jersey said: Hello!
Have you discussed this desire with your current manager? Are the reasons job/location related or for personal reasons?

I have discussed desires with current manager but was told I have to remain for 18 months. I'm wanting to relocate for both job and personal reasons.

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Saleguru in Parsippany, New Jersey

38 months ago

jnw706 in Roseland, New Jersey said: I have discussed desires with current manager but was told I have to remain for 18 months. I'm wanting to relocate for both job and personal reasons.

Your current manager is going to try to push you out now that he knows you have a desire to leave your current position. Sorry, but it's the truth. Keep and eye out for the warning signs.

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Caroline Molteni in Roseland, New Jersey

38 months ago

I would actually come from a different viewpoint. I think this will have as much to do with the associate's choice in approach and attitude with the current hiring manager. If the approach is based on perhaps a position misfit and is handled professionally, a very positive outcome can result.

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Saleguru in Parsippany, New Jersey

38 months ago

Caroline Molteni in Roseland, New Jersey said: I would actually come from a different viewpoint. I think this will have as much to do with the associate's choice in approach and attitude with the current hiring manager. If the approach is based on perhaps a position misfit and is handled professionally, a very positive outcome can result.

Well Caroline, we know that doesn't happen at ADP. A manager has a number/metric to reach in order to make their own goals. If one employee doesn't care for his current position and wants to advance, they have every right to but the manager may miss their goals. That being the case, the manager will find a quick replacement and push the employee out the door because they are not working hard enough (in their eyes). Trust me, I know ADP management very well. They are very shifty folks, you have to read between the lines.

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Caroline Molteni in Roseland, New Jersey

38 months ago

There is a saying which goes, "What you see depends mostly on what you look for". You are coming from a negative perspective which means you are going to seek that negativity on to any situation you see and read into that. After many years at ADP I have seen tremendous collaboration between associates and management to find mutually beneficial situations (jobs)for all invloved. The key is a good attitide. Good attitudes open all kinds of doors.

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Saleguru in Parsippany, New Jersey

38 months ago

Nice saying. I'm fond of "Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, you'll find one at the end of your arm ... As you grow older you will discover that you have two hands. One for helping yourself, the other for helping others."

I'm actually trying to help by making present employees and potential candidates think. What I'm stating is the truth. I apologize if it comes across negative, but too many times people are misled by smoke and mirrors within today's corporate environment, especially ADP. I was at ADP for over 10 years, took away a lot of great experience. I achieved Presidents Club 6 times, made a lot of life long friends and have tremendous references.

My point is, finger pointing and stating that someone is negative is a clever way of masking the fact that people who typically want to move within companies, specifically ADP, hit a wall. What I stated is true, regardless how good your attitude is.

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Caroline Molteni in Roseland, New Jersey

38 months ago

Ok, how about this? Can we both agree that each person brings something unique to the table and that no two people will ever have the exact same experience within the same company?

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