Amazing how some people are so nieve to think HR is there for the employees. Take it from someone who worked at adp for over 30 years and was in a mgmt position, HR is there to support mgmt PERIOD! If you don’t believe this try going to HR and see... read more
Topics regarding layoffs at ADP
Apparently if you get hired in a choice location/super center you can pile up unscheduled unpaid absences and not be disciplined or prevented from moving to another job. Another STELLAR “management” approach ADP. Giving you my best Nancy Pelosi golf... read more
For layed off employees like myself, if/when adp sinks and goes under from all of these terrible decisions what happens to the pensions that tenured played off employees were due from adp? I've never gone through this before so have no idea. Am... read more
I have been told that to be hired as even a contractor after the 6 month dead time, a person who took the early retirement (I cannot call it voluntary, given the context) has to be approved by top management. Anyone else hearing this? I am also not... read more
ADP senior leadership believes it can be more successful (considering only stock price) with less experienced, less skilled EEs that make less money. Cutting costs like that is known to raise stock prices in the short term. It remains to be seen if... read more
“Automatic Data Processing, Inc (“ADP”)ADP is a high-quality, defensive business which is in the early stages of a long-term transformation that should drive significant value creation as it closes the performance gap and achieves its structural... read more
You don't have to see the decision making or be a part of that process. You only have to see the disastrous results that has been produced from that decision making. Getting rid of top performing employees has been the result of the decision making... read more
Does anyone know how layoffs are determined? There’s more coming & the “poor performers” have already been let go.
The condition of retirement for many employees at ADP was that ADP would provide medical coverage at the same group rate for 2 years. I recently learned that Aetna will not cover a former employee after employment during those 2 years if the employee... read more
All of this started in 2017 when William Ackman from Pershing Square attempted a hostile takeover. ADP is paying 50% of what they paid employees 5 years ago, and are not only destroying the culture of the company and its standing with clients, but... read more
I’m still at ADP for now. I like my boss and my job. But this company is getting weirder all the time. Does anyone else hate the new branding? I can’t believe they paid someone money for that. It’s so ugly.
I see several people posted they had layoffs at their locations yesterday - but it all seems to be in single digits, which is somewhat unusual. Was this just one of the smaller rounds or can we expect more today or sometime before the end of the... read more
one layoff today in Pasadena.
It was a major blunder for ADP to try to replace its tried and true workforce with cheap and inexperienced labor. Now they are paying the price with having to increase wages to try to get the inexperienced, unreliable, and disaffected talent to stay... read more
With ADP apparently laying off, I wonder if you could voluntarily separate and still get severance? I have heard of other companies doing that when they are downsizing their workforce. I am currently homeshored and it seems like we are on the... read more
Sometimes, it’s all you can say. At some point, it is no longer just business. There are unforeseen consequences and repurcussions which they never consider. That’s unfortunate, until KARMA hits, and they have no other choice but to remember names... read more
Does anyone have first hand knowledge of an employee who turned down the retirement offer, only to lose their job due to office closure or any other headcount reduction strategy?
Do we know how many people received their notifications yesterday? Judging by posts here, it was not a small round. Also, have there been any more notifications today? Friday is usually not a day for layoffs, but I wouldn't be surprised if ADP... read more
St Louis Office Closing in April. Employees there being laid off.
Last round of VERP associates leave on Friday March 1st. Want to wish them all the best in their next chapter of their lives. Good Luck to everyone. Change is good.
Curious if others have found that their ADP experience has been a road block to finding jobs in non payroll companies. Seems like the outdated systems and methodologies don’t transfer well to other business models. ADP talks about moving away from... read more
I read a lot about being laid off or let go with nothing, but no one has ever confirmed, that I have read. If that was you or your situation, please share the reason—fired, disciplinary, performance issues, absenteeism, homeshored or just ADP’s WILL... read more
I was thinking the last two years it seemed like March and August were months we saw lay offs but unsure. Anyone have any insight?
Has anyone else contemplated reporting a manager who accepted the VERP package? The terms of this contract were to work in an ethical manner and for the good of the company until the last day. If one we to be a whistle blower does anyone have any... read more
If they're keeping cheap labor and piling on more work for less pay, who wouldn't be ready to go when they have a chance? It's a compliment to be paid to leave nowadays. Don't fight it. Welcome it. I did.
Is it true that ADP offers a pay raise to more recent employees when they announce they are leaving the company? This was mentioned by several folks in another thread and it would be nice to know if it's really true. Not that I'd want to test it out... read more
I know there isn't a "standard" severance package at ADP, but what are some experiences of those who have been laid off? How long were you at ADP and what did you ultimately get for severance? How many weeks, etc?
I'm thinking about leaving on my own, but I'm having trouble deciding to make that final step and give in my resignation. I was curious, people who worked at ADP and left on your own - do you have any regrets? I know there are at least a few who... read more
Carlos is a lousy CEO. He laid off thousands of his employees to replace them with cheap labor killing the American dream of trying to earn a decent wage in this country.
Maybe they have been handled secretly but I thought a poster said layoff notices would be given in January for March layoffs. Where they at? Oh wait. Still a few more Jan days. Never mind.
The amount of overtime associates are having to put in is shameful. They never call it mandatory but if you don't do the overtime you fall behind and get asked a lot of questions as to why something didn't get done. Do more with less is only forcing... read more
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/adp-recognized-fortune-magazines-2019-133000492.html?.tsrc=applewf Ha ha ha ha ha ha.....woo hoo....woo Hoi.....please, I can’t take it anymore.....ha ha ha ha ha........
Has anybody who was laid off in June last year got your W-2 in mail yet?
ADP has branded itself as a "benevolent company" to other companies/competitors. They grow talent-train, certify and promote associated-just to offer them (talent they have invested in), to other companies, with open arms through layoffs and forcing... read more
I was one of the employees who took the the pension package. However, I did not decide when to leave. I applied for employment benefits and was not bale to receive it because they stated it was voluntary. I have heard that same of the employees did... read more
Should I take this as a good thing? Or start to worry about an incoming storm?
So many of those Sr. VP's and VP's that thought they were "in the club" and told would be safe if they followed the plan and they pushed the higher paid, high skilled, proven employees out to save on costs (without taking into real account the damage... read more
Poor Leadership Toxic Environment Threatening Management No real training New employees are not qualified Highly Unethical Corrupt Human Resources Low Wages Cattle Mentality Management Poor Products