"While working at ADP has been a wonderful experience, I feel the income is not in line with the grind in my particular role. I have also enjoyed a great level of flexibility in schedule but only because I have excelled. The flexibility is the first thing to be revoked if performance dips over one month. For that reason, it is not a great long-term fit for driven working moms."
"ADP is an excellent place to work. They provide opportunities for employees to excel."
"good environment, hectic pace and fewer rewords. cannot growth after 3 levels."
"I have worked for ADP for the last 7 years. Great company, benefits, work from home a major plus."
"Good people in the team. No work-life balance. Lack of innovation. Limited personal growth. People are really nice."
"Supportive leadership with strong ethics and focus on the customer."
"I have worked here as Lead consultant of MYSQL DBA, it is a good IT company."
"Good work-life balance."
"Excellent company with lots of technology and knowledge."
"As an employee of ADP for 29 years, they treat their employees with respect and look for ways to not only develop as a company but keep the focus on self development. Encourage to put the client first to not only meet their expectations, to really exceed their expectations."
"I've worked at ADP for 10 plus years. The tasks and assignments given to me would vary day by day and presented new problems for troubleshooting. There was always something new to learn each and every day. The co-workers were also very accommodating and great to work with."
"They paint a pretty picture, middle management is over worked and processes are unclear with no accountability. Document everything you do. Augusta managers will throw you under the bus and not blink. Assigned too much work, impossible to deliver quality service. Don't drink the red kool aide!"
"I've been with ADP for almost 7 years. Great company to work, friendly people and relaxed atmosphere. Every associate is well taken care off and the company always promote health activities for the well being of everyone."
"I've been working for ADP for nearly 10 years now... It's a very nice place to work."
"When I started in ADP back in 2008, the company was based on the concept of happy employees make happy clients. Right around that same year the economy went bad. Since, then it's gone to a bottom line company. How much work they can squeeze out of their salaried employees for how little pay. As soon as I was hired the bonuses were suspended. When they came back the percentage was cut in half. Salaried employees typically work around 50 hours per week. We often work on the weekend and with very little notice, I had to work this past Thanksgiving. They talk so much about employee retention, because they know it's a big problem. Once you have been there for 5 years, it's time to move on and most people do. You have nowhere to go from there. This causes all of the talent to walk out the door and they do nothing about it. In the grand scheme of things, I would rate it as a 'fair' company, but only because recently they seem to be slowly going back to the right direction."
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