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
Topics regarding layoffs at ADP
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
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/
How did they inform you? Can you decline?
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
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 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’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
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 SEQ Filing: http://secfilings.nasdaq.com/filingFrameset.asp?FilingID=13402712&RcvdDate=5/3/2019&CoName=AUTOMATIC%20DATA%20PROCESSING%20INC&FormType=10-Q&View=html Kathleen Winters [Address] Dear Kathleen: I have outlined below the terms... — read more
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
Is this true at all?
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
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
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
Owings Mills building closing officially 9/27/2019. ADP only cares about the owners pockets getting fatter
What are your thoughts about potential Automatic Data Processing Layoffs in 2019?
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
It seems obvious that the only people who are gaining anything from the changes in ADP during the last 18 months are the executives. ADP will continue to lose market share to their competitors who have cloud-based products that actually work and can... — read more
I am so excited to see ADP stock rising! Such a great place to work with Great benefits! The whole team I work with is very excited to be here! You too can have a great career at ADP! Come work for an industry leader! Carlos truly cares about the... — 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?
Any ideas? It's really sad that layoffs have become a regular thing at ADP, something that's always hanging over our heads. It used to be that I worried about layoffs once a year at most, now it's pretty much once a week. When did the things go so... — read more
The tides will soon shift on ADP and catch up and drown the b--tards that have been riding the wave of lies, age discrimination, and unjust layoffs. Here is only one case in the hopper: http://whistlebl0wer.com/adp-fraud/ More to be shown soon... — read more
Anyone know a good lawyer that would like to take up the fight of an Age Discrimination Law Suit against ADP??
Does anybody know if anybody actually tried to sue ADP for ageism, and is it even an option? A friend has been let go after decades with the company for no reason. He was always an exemplary employee, with clean record, and yet his spot has been... — read more
It seems the stock is going down as the market is going up! ADP set to announce earnings July 31st and I bet the news is going to be bad! They have cooked the books far too long. Jan buttplug Siegmund is out as CFO and new CFO has to juggle the lies... — read more
So far I know that there has been a heavy push towards eliminating the number of roles that carry the "LGE" marker, (Letter Graded Exec). This includes Service, Implementation, Sales and Sales Operations. As others have mentioned, even more glaring... — read more
Anyone have any details on the three top NextGen products? Are they on track? Are there issues? Are they using the SMEs from the legacy systems too help?
I have not heard anything about recent layoffs in the past few weeks- should we assume they have ended for now? Are there assumptions that more will be laid off at the end of the FY? Has sales been impacted at all?
ADP has made some serious mistakes in the last few years by replacing its talented employees with cheap workers. Its knowledge base has been eroded and its workers are now overwhelmed, disinterested, and transient. This is no longer a good company to... — read more
Plain and simple ADP is not a company you can have a long term career with anymore. Once you start making decent wages they let you go. I find it absurd that thousands of people lost their jobs with the company mainly because of cutting wages and yet... — read more
The Irish will need extra pints to drown their sorrows once ADP starts messing with softcoms clients. Good luck!
ADP's "push" for diversity sounds like racism to me. I mean after all tell me the ethical difference between: 1) We want to include certain people because they are different. vs 2) We want to include certain people because they are the same. Bottom... — read more
Want to get a sense of how ADP is treating employees and clients? It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see the huge amount of current legal cases filed against ADP (~397)... take a look and page through the list, these are only ones posted... — 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
Looks like we have a new condition at ADP - employee apathy. I've noticed that most people don't seem to care anymore about doing their best. They are just going through the motions every day. Very few people talk and joke around. People can't wait... — read more