What do we know?
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@10GEwGKB-ivln-This is not how my severance was handled (by phone or conference call). I was contacted directly, and everything concerning my layoff was direct.
I cannot speak to the experience of others. For me, it was professional and with much dignity.
Geez Louise, not sure I can buy your comment that "ADP has a reputation of handling layoffs and terminations professionally." I would not consider an unexpected conference call meeting advising of a change in job status or being told by your ADP HR contact to call "the team" regarding life after ADP questions as being handled professionally.
@10GEwGKB-erno-Allow HR to do their job. They handle the severance agreements/contracts according to the laws which govern each individual's situation. If it is an announced layoff, HR will provide specifics to those affected. If it is a termination, not the same as a layoff-offering severance, HR will also handle appropriately.
ADP has a reputation of handling layoffs and terminations professionally, even if many disagree with the affects they may have on their individual lives.
As has been stated in many prior threads, companies don't have to offer any severance for any reason. They can ask you to leave owing you nothing but your time worked and earned, untaken vacation time. Some people have been offered severance while others have simply been walked out the door. Your job is in jeopardy if you work remotely, have pension with ADP, and/or are unable or unwilling to work in one of the offices which are not scheduled to be closed. Best advice: Don't stay for a 'package' that you might not get. Take steps to transition out of ADP on your own terms and you will be much happier for that decision.
Anti-ADPer being anti? A strange assumption to make since you don't know who posted this. Well, you can hope that is the case for your sake. I, however, will wait for clarification before assuming anything.
You know, when you assume...
Does this mean that ADP is outsourcing their severance plan? Like to an insurance company? So odd to just make a ‘ Headline’ so vague.... oh wait, maybe it’s just an anti ADP’er being anti? Can we please keep this clear and semi factual?
Hmm, not sure how that ties to severance and years of service etc.
Seems sketchy claim, I’m certainly not the brightest on this sight, but I do appreciate your further attempt, still not sure about the claim.
It’s me not you, again thanks for trying to square me away but I’m confused.
Just a guess but I think that means reorganizing the workers and departments based as a result of the changes that have occurred over the past couple of years.
We saw something similar many years back and it was called Organizational Efficiency Initiative.
Not familiar with that term. Can you elaborate what that potentially means? Thanks.