Poor, poor leadership. Don't lose your faith in good leadership. It does exist!... even though not recently at ADP. You might just be a good leader and see what the issues are that you can be better at working for other companies. ADP wants this and... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at ADP
I was just told today that I am switching from being an exempt employee to an hourly employee eligible for overtime. Been with the company 18 years and now I have to punch in/out each day like I’m 16 again. I was told there isn’t much of a... — read more
Does it happen often? At all?
What's your prediction as it relates to the possiblity of Automatic Data Processing Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
His total compensation from ADP in 2018 was over $12 million While his official salary is just over $1 million, Rodriguez has various other incentives in his contract that brings his current compensation package to a bit over $12 million. This... — read more
Do we expect C Rod and his new CFO to announce the bleeding has stemmed and the layoffs have ceased? Not a chance. Stay tuned for this call on 10/30. I’m guessing the recent slide in stock is indicative of what we are about to hear.
I had 2 recruiters reach out to me today asking me to contact them back for a great opportunity to implement for ADP during Year End. When I got laid off last year my coworkers and I were thrilled to never have to do another Year End for ADP. Has ADP... — read more
A more accurate description would be to say they are restructuring their compensation strategy. Anyone with experience can find PLENTY of work out their as contractors doing their old jobs, with no pension, benefits, or job security. Until management... — read more
It seems obvious to me, that Carlos needs to trim the VP and SVP ranks by at least a half. That would save on higher wage, pensioned employees, that really are offering no value. How about it Carlos? Fix the real fat.
Ever notice whenever ADP releases the "National Employment Report" it concocts, the stock tanks? Carlos is an id–t for producing the stupid thing! 1) ADP DOES NOT get paid for it! 2) No-one, I repeat no-one, says "hey ADP is great because... — read more
Employees go in and out of this company like through a revolving door and management is powerless to stop that. Employees are expected to "get with the program" but the company only offers low wages and little incentive for workers to try to... — read more
With all of the layoffs that continue to happen- is anyone concerned about the 1 year non compete agreements that might prevent you from staying in the HCM industry? Has ADP actually enforced the non-competes? I am sure no one wants to end up in a... — read more
COS department at ADP is down sizing in 2020 and will be laying off . The severance package will be one week for each year you working at ADP. ADP is losing BIG clients in 2020. ADP COS department s— will work long hours on payroll day and ADP will... — read more
I have to say this: ADP's management at almost all levels is just downright limp and ineffective. The only solution they have is to fire good employees to cover up their own tiny performance. ADP has turned into a one-ups-man-ship of trying to not... — read more
"Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future." -John F. Kennedy Keep your eyes on the PRIZE. The PRIZE is different for everyone. Assuring your prize is not the "booby prize"... — read more
Senior management house cleaning in Risk And Reliability
in just a mere few days, from $174 down to $159 with no signs of slowing? Seriously, crank up some more layoffs and lies to pump this dog up!
I just heard the SVP of Telesales, after 20 years with the firm, resigned today from ADP and is going to Ceridian. Sign of bigger things?
Is there a good severance package? Any retirement benefits? Or is it just a kick out the door?
I understand Minnesota work from home client support reps (AM's) are all being let go end of the month. Anywhere else laying off work from home reps?
Honest question: if you dislike working for ADP that much, what are you still doing here?
What is the target year for all US roles to be outsourced globally (India and other more economical countries)? Anyone in the loop on these conversations, to chime in? My finite guess would be end of 2020 with the recent expedited steps to... — read more
What do we know?
Just heard more rumblings of more layoffs coming end of September. Good gawd this management is piss poor here at ADP. They need to layoff every one of the VP's and higher!
ADP has sold DC1 and DC2 to Landmark Dividend, they will be taking ownership on November 1 and complete takeover of both facilities on February 1, 2019. Maintenance will be done by BSC-FM, they will not retain any of the maintenance staff currently... — read more
A move to the La Palma facility may be likely. Building lease expires 2020. Could be part of plan to further reduce workforce (at client expense). Drive is so bad enough people will quit and eliminate need for more layoffs! San Dimas security and... — read more
Just read this article from Forbes. It sure doesn’t sound like the business is hurting. https://www.forbes.com/sites/greatspeculations/2019/08/13/adps-payroll-processing-revenues-could-touch-10-billion-this-fiscal-year/
I’m a bit confused about those who are saying that employees who are getting the pension are being targeted for lay off. My understanding is that the pension was eliminated for new hires after 2015. That leaves a LOT of employees who are still... — read more
Finding more layoffs around me of higher executive positions in management and above in the department I work in. Quite a few new hires and transfers in lately and having sounded the alarm last year when all of this news broke that we'd be needing... — read more
its funny how ADP stock closed at a record high today with all the doom and gloom about losing experienced talent. ADP isn't going anywhere, and the CEO has increased shareholder value by over 350% in 8 years. Most employees own shares of ADP stock... — read more
I am curious to know what others have experienced in this arena. Since being laid off from ADP, I am up to 19 recruiters who have contacted me about a “great opportunity” to work for their client ADP. It would certainly appear that ADP’s reputation... — read more
I meet with clients regularly. They all have that same blank stare.....like..."wtf planet are you guys from?" "We don't want all this stuff! Just plug and play" I wonder how many management people ever worked in a client facing role at ADP? Maybe... — read more
I am a current associate living through all the changes. While I agree that the current culture is not the same as when I started 25 years ago, that’s not necessarily a bad thing from a 30,000 foot view. As a long-tenured associate I certainly... — read more
Straight from earnings report yesterday: https://s23.q4cdn.com/483669984/files/doc_financials/quarterly/2019/Q4/ADP-4Q19-Earnings-Release.pdf "As part of its ongoing transformation strategy, in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2019 ADP implemented... — read more
The new 14 story Allentown building opened last week, designed and built for Inside Sales. The news states that 900 ADP employees will be moving in. What’s more interesting is that according to articles, the building was designed to hold 1600... — read more
Workday just finished building a new campus in Pleasanton, CA. ADP has been in Pleasanton quite awhile but it has been rumored for years that it will be closed. Any thoughts on ADP keeping this office open to stay relevant in the Bay Area/Northern... — read more
Owings Mills building closing officially 9/27/2019. ADP only cares about the owners pockets getting fatter
They completely discriminate against people based on age, race, and ethnic background. They can call it diversity but the truth is they are acting exactly and purposefully in a highly discriminatory way. You certainly don't have to agree, but that... — read more
Everyone’s on edge, walking around, waiting on the next SHOE to drop. Did you ever stop to think, “We’re all walking around BARE FEET and vulnerable, at this point”? There are no shoes to drop. It IS what IT IS. It is crystal clear, unless you have... — read more
It seems like with the end of the fiscal year, there has been a pause in any layoff action. Has anyone seen or heard of any updates on pending moves?