Today was the last straw. I can't take this dreadful environment any longer. Telling my f-t f'n manager to stick it up his f-t f'n @$$. This place is such a horrible experience. Terrible management, ridiculous ideas and planning, and horrible... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at ADP
ADP stock falling again. Guess that 2020 strategy didn't pan out!
Internal memos circulating between execs to accelerate more layoffs. The document suggested things are working to pump up the stock price and to wring even more money out of the employee base.
Not sure how but Carlos keeps pushing ADP stock to new heights! 🎊🚀 Lets Go!
Clearly, ADP is definitely NOT an employer of (good) choice. It is not a place anyone desires to want to work for due to how badly they treat employees, both current and past. Applicants are reporting of poor treatment even during any interviews... — read more
I was recently fired after they used me to get through year end. They claim I had low performance but I guess it was good enough to keep me thru the busy season... The surveys and my positive client feedback meant nothing. The department is... — read more
It's just not a good outlook for ADP with all the layoffs and knowledge drain. Clients are upset and all the excuses in the world won't keep them for long.
I know for a fact that the decision is based on cost reduction. They target people based on compensation first and foremost regardless of how much they have contributed or their skills and abilities. You could be Jesus and walk on water, but if you... — read more
SEC filings show layoffs (excess headcount capacity reduction) are not only still underway, but planned ongoing for the future outlook. This place is a miserable place to work. I have got to get out of here. This is no way to live. ADP... — read more
Hey Carlos ..... Check out the link. Tell me which one you are in this video..... https://fb.watch/4wHu2vI96v/ You worthless scumbag
I’m curious as to how layoffs work at ADP. Any insights from those actually involved in the process? At what level does the decision come from? Who makes the decision on specific individuals? Are they given a dollar savings to achieve, or a number of... — read more
This was once a good company that I was proud to say I work for. Then a group of "leaders" who are only thinking about filling their own pockets systematically started destroying everything that was good about this place - until they turned into only... — read more
Not long ago many here we complaining about the stock price because you were holding bags. With the prices what they are now hopefully you've sold so we no longer have to see you complain about it.
But, as usual, ADP will lie and not be transparent about it's own actions!
That sounds a little harsh, but what I am asking is, are there any of the really good employees that were there from the past say 4 years ago that are still there or have they all been pushed out for making too much or for showing that the new folks... — read more
Think ADP isn't paying for "press"? The management has done everything in their power to cover up their mass layoffs and failures to try and control the narrative. They continue to pay off site to give them favorable press, or so called "awards"... — read more
I sure hope ADP continues to lay folks off. It might be the only way to escape this madness. Too many folks are paralyzed in fear.
I am very sorry that one entire team was eliminated even though they thought they were safe, but the moral of the story is that you should never think you are safe. At one time layoff was also given to one of my colleagues who thought he was an... — read more
By this I do not mean to ask if the people in later years get laid off easier, or whether it's harder for them to get a new job, but I am interested in how limited they are in this company while working? What problems do they face at work because of... — read more
I often comment and come back a few days later to follow up on posts that interest me. While doing so I see that my comments are usually deleted. I never use profanity or name anyone specific. Does anyone else have this issue? Trying to see how... — read more
My worst fears were confirmed as my entire team was eliminated on an all call. Don't think it won't happen to you, we were told for months we were "safe," layoffs were in other parts of the company. Save yourself and look elsewhere sooner than... — read more
I was impacted in the last round of layoffs and still haven’t found employment. I’m starting to get anxious. I’ve got a good bit of savings that will carry me for a little over 9 months but I am kind of desperate to find something quick. I’m single... — read more
In outsourcing https://ksusentinel.com/2021/03/09/business-process-outsourcing-market-size-trends-bpo-industry-report-2021-2027-2/
We need one big time. Some fancy lawyer to subpoena all the c-suite emails, HR records, and connect the dots. It's completely obvious to everyone that it's happened all over the company. Unfortunately, it's not illegal to fire Americans and hire... — read more
But never fear. Sreeni K says "it's okay" (what a stupidly-timed email!). In my local area (primarily Vantage Development). eight associates are impacted, five of which are 50+ white males.
Pandemics is a great excuse for poor management of this company. When nothing goes wrong - blame the pandemic. Nothing easier. I just wonder if our products wouldn’t be so awful had the pandemic not happened. We were really on our way to doing... — read more
What a sham. ADP "reports" other companies #'s but won't report their own layoffs. Typical scumbag CEO maneuver. Funny thing is, ADP is too stupid to realize every time they put out their c-appy National Employee Report that their own ADP stock... — read more
It seems Carlos's grand plan of eliminating the talent is starting to catch the ears of some of the market analysts. Hope that isn't gonna be a problem. My prediction is that the stock hits new lows before year end.
NOT! I promise that no one here bashing the hard-working employees of ADP, management, or the CEO would say this to their faces if given the change or had to sign their name to these comments if they had to. Nope, not one of you. You're all cowards... — read more
Don’t try to guess Carlos. I realize you have no clue. So let me help you out here....... this Friday is: “Friday, March 5 Employee Appreciation Day 2021 in United States” I have no doubt you have something wonderful planned for your... — read more
The important questions everyone should be reflecting on and ask themselves are: “Why am I even still working for this company? Am I really that desperate? Can I not go anywhere else? Am I really too lazy to find another, less stressful, better... — read more
ADP needs to eliminate every single SVP position. That would save a lot of money. No one would even notice. In fact, productivity would go up, less layers in the system, and that would go a ways toward trying to stave off the slow decline towards... — read more
I worked for ADP for more than 20 years. Fear based management was always used. They didn't seem to care that this tactic would drive many people away, and not only the best. The attitude was "if you can't stand the heat, then get the he**... — read more
ADP has managed to get rid of them either through layoffs or by making their lives so miserable that they decided to leave on their own. We have zero people left capable of making the needed changes that would get ADP back on the right track... — read more
There is more and more talk about layoffs of sales positions. I’m interested in what could be the scale of these layoffs? Does anyone have more detailed info when they could get started?
If a CFO can be shown as manipulating the books, should they be jailed or should their behavior be ignored as long as the authorities are unaware? How should other "executives" deal with that scenario?
It was only after I left here that I realized how bad the atmosphere was in ADP. ADP is definitely best seen and endured from a distance. I guess people gradually get used to that management of fear and then they don’t even realize how much they... — read more
Anyone hear anything? Forecasts are nightmarish and leadership (SEs) are getting really stressed out. Work from home lowering productivity is becoming increasingly blamed but the fact is the opportunity is not out there. I haven't heard of... — read more
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And the executives can't quite figure out why the moral is so low? People are so unproductive. And the grand plan is to make it worse by shoving people into "supercenters"? Seriously, ADP has turned highly unethical in the past 5 years, and... — read more