Does anyone have any idea if the bleeding from the job cuts will slow down at all ? Nothing but bad news week after week with people losing their jobs.
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What has been the process of announcing layoffs in other cities? Locally, we are seeing a lot of unaddressed changes and vague answers in Dallas. Meeting scheduled "in office" for all MAS Core implementation in our office next week. Leadership... read more
The plan to close all but a few offices was announced a few years ago. The part that was not clear at that time was the homeshored positions would also be discontinued.
More buildings and cuts just happened again this week. Several locations closed as of May. Can we get some more info on this, please? Which locations? Who was cut?
Excellent post by S3ByjVp-2tlj, I thought it deserved to be read by more people. ADP continues to layoff experiences Associates and hire new. The current bean-counter trend is the mega-center approach. Just a couple years ago it was "off-shore". What... read more
Are we looking at any more layoffs this month? There was some talk at the office for the past few days, but nothing concrete was mentioned? I was hoping somebody here might know what's really going on and what we are looking at in the way of incoming... read more
The Clackamas Oregon office Service and implementation areas were given 60 days notice this week. Last day worked is 5/4/18.
Saber Metrics and Decision Makers who have no clue about the Business is going to haunt the company and it's position. The Sales Business Model over Service of the Customers that keep the lights on will fail when they mathematically run out of people... read more
I spent 25 years there until the kicked me out for being old and making too much money - The new generation of management is clueless. It used to be about the client, you know they people that bay the bills. Now it's about the process even if it... read more
ADP told workers today they are closing 3 offices on May 7 2018. Individual meetings are planned with supervisor and HR
It seems that some people here are not happy with others who dare to say anything bad about ADP. So let's be good little boys and girls and only post good things about ADP. Think good thoughts, take a deep breath, and only then post here. Remember... read more
I've noticed quite a theme here. It's that mostly the people who are commenting are bashing ADP and want to see the company fail because they have an ax to grind. I suspect a lot of former disgruntled employees are flocking here to stoke fears and... read more
Many comments on this site bash on the CEO. How do the current employees rank him as a leader?
Human Resources software company Automatic Data Processing Inc. (ADP) said Thursday that it has offered roughly 6% of its workforce the opportunity to retire early to reduce payroll expenses. The company made the offer to about 3,500 employees age 55... read more
March 14, 2018 (Queue Exit Music) 2018-02-01 - SEC 10-Q Filing Note 5. Service Alignment Initiative On July 28, 2016, the Company announced a Service Alignment Initiative that is intended to simplify the Company's service organization by aligning the... read more
I firmly believe since ADP is looking to cut cost they should drug test all current homeshored workers. Everyone is trying to fight and keep thier jobs and the company has some homeshored employees who are openly talking about smoking weed and doing... read more
If you like working for an organization where your position is constantly being threatened, then this is the place for you. Workers are no longer valued for their unwavering loyalty, tenure, work ethic or knowledge. At ADP, you are just a number. No... read more
Anyone who thinks they are not subject to being laid off with the company is living in dream land. Unless you are working at one of the new offices you are out of luck sooner or later.
There were layoffs at an SC location Tuesday. Anybody knows more about this? I haven't heard anything about layoffs for last week, but then again, I haven't been paying too much attention. Anybody knows if this is true? If it is which departments got... read more
ADP just informed all business consultants that they are to move to allentown Pennsylvania at their centralized location, or find a new job within 30 days. Best of luck to these people.
Per typical ADP form, mass layoffs are coming this week.
Are there any offices scheduled to close in 2018?
I worked for ADP for many years and was let go through a layoff which was aimed at reducing overhead and costs. I led a fairly large initiative and once it was just about complete, I received a push out of the door as a thank you. Note that the cuts... read more
I noticed that ADP is hiring an "Employee Relations Consultant" at the Norfolk, Virginia office. This consultant will be helping to investigate client and management complaints against employees. This sounds like ADP feels that there is significant... read more
I was an older worker when I accepted position with ADP-returning to fulltime after raising kids. I was impressed with benefits, site amenities( wonderful cafe, free food weekly,grounds, free doctor in building, massages offered at small fee)... read more
I was a 20 year employee and was let go June 2012. The new culture is to fire older loyal workers and hire workers in India. Severance is offered just because they do not want to be sued. I had to sign an agreement before I got it. Just heard... read more
Yes, I think that we are indeed going to sit back and watch ADP go down in flames and crash. A seemingly competent company with so many years of success has made a fatal decision of replacing its experienced workforce with cheap workers by early to... read more
ADP has and will continue to throw away tenured talented people with many years of experience and vast knowledge because they care more about tax allowances that lower wage states will allow them and paying lower wages now instead of delivering... read more
What a disgraceful company ADP is being led none other than the biggest bozo of 2017 Carlos Rodriguez . Let's chop and lay off all these American workers because the main reason is there making too much money while the CEO of the company makes... read more
ADP is indeed laying off or firing most of its workforce. That is not because there is not enough work to do, but because the company feels that their employees are earning too much. They are saving on labor costs by getting rid of their established... read more
To all the people who were offered a chance to work from home after their office closed you can be assured that your position is only temporary and you will eventually be laid off like the rest of the employees who already have lost their jobs. There... read more
With the continual layoffs going on at ADP, why should established and experienced ADP workers continue to work hard when they are going to be booted out no matter how hard they work? It would be better to concentrate on finding a job somewhere else... read more
Just focus on work, focus on work, work, workl, add value and make your best effort, knock it out of the park… I know that people are concerned but there is pretty much nothing major you can do about it - yes, I did hear about layoffs in Roseland.
ADP is trying to kill the remaining experienced employees they have. Management keeps adding more work and responsibility almost daily with no relief in sight and no considerable pay increase to go with it. Cases sit for weeks untouched and calls go... read more
All of the layoffs are hurting the clients big time! I see layoffs happening in groups that can't even keep up with the workload they have. Meaning clients do not get the service they pay for. Any jobs that are re filled are done so with people... read more
Just looking for a bit of insight here if anyone has any thoughts on the matter. As a shareholder of ADP (and also a former employee) I received my proxy cards the other day. One to vote keeping the ADP board in tact as it is which the company is... read more
It is time for some fresh blood and new eyes. But at the top management level and NOT at the employee level. It takes YEARS for new employees to become productive. Getting new workers with no real experience is not creating a new perspective, but... read more
Employees can indeed try to succeed at their challenging jobs through sheer willpower and perseverance. They can work and learn after hours and on weekends to try to become productive. But the fact remains is that it is ADP management's... read more
I would like to add that strange as it seems, employees making mistakes helps ADP management to both save money and to make money. First, the mistakes can be kept track of and used against employees during review time, resulting in less (or no) merit... read more