Thread regarding ADP layoffs

ADP still a company to avoid working for

ADP has turned into a sweat shop. It has taken a great company with highly knowledgeable people and pushed them out to save money. They have hired instead inexperienced employees and are expecting them to work much longer hours than they pay for and saddle them with a situation where they do not understand their jobs. Not a good plan. Not a good employer. There are much much much better companies to work for. Don't kid yourself that ADP is still great. That is no longer the case.

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@jkpa+153xGWnr Great satire! You missed your calling as a Comedy writer.... Have no fear though, you too will have plenty of time for a new career when you get let go!

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Post ID: @kxgb+153xGWnr

Word from 2 VP's I know says many more layoffs are planned in the next few months. Very disturbing how ADP has treated dedicated hard working people who have been so loyal over the years. I guess it is a sign of the times. Everyone is at high risk at ADP, even those brand new employees who were recently hired. Just give it a little time and the management team here only knows how to cut salaries as opposed to truly innovate or produce real value any more.

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Post ID: @kvmm+153xGWnr

Will ADP layoffs continue? Will they be targeted based on age, race, gender? What I have read on this site seems to indicate that ADP has been discriminatory in the practices they have adopted in laying off employees. How is that allowed under the law?

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Post ID: @jini+153xGWnr

Of course yes! I've been working for ADP for years and it's definitively a fantastic company with great culture. No matter the economic context, ADP is always doing its best to take care of its associates. I'm very proud of my company and CEO Carlos Rodriguez. A wise and great leader.

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Post ID: @jkpa+153xGWnr

I couldn't agree more. And the inexperienced employees they have been hiring are out into leadership positions and they are so out of touch with the employees morale its comical.

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Post ID: @5cic+153xGWnr

After a few lawsuits, ADP is more concerned about diversity instead of employee competency, in my opinion.

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Post ID: @2qjg+153xGWnr

@qob+153xGWnr Where? A grocery store or factory? The only places hiring are healthcare and they are likely on a downturn since numbers are decreasing. I don’t know if many other RPO’s or companies in general will be hiring anytime soon. The unemployment numbers are forecasted to continue rising.

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Post ID: @1mmf+153xGWnr

While the current layoffs are due to Corona pandemic and can't be blamed on ADP, there are significant structural issues in the company which make it a place to avoid.
The pretense at being a "tech firm" instead of a service company has cost them a lot of clients and they lost best employees.
The focus on off-shoring roles and constant replacement of tenured workforce with cheaper labor, has decimated client retention. Especially since products are absolute c-ap and require a lot of knowledge and subject matter expertise.
The so called NextGen products that all analysts are fawning about - nothing but a lipstick on a pig. Speaking with service and implementation people in Lifion - it's a house of cards.
And most importantly- leadership is non-existent. It went from being a service-leader culture, to complete nepotism. NAS leader is clueless and is essentially an affirmative action hire. Other BU and business-line heads are a mixed bag - many completely over their heads. GMs of products like RPO mislead the excomm and are completely clueless. they build a financial house of cards with BS #s - sales overstated, revenue projections unrealistic, cost saving based on imaginary digital transformation improvements. A real in-depth audit would set off so many red flags, that even Bill Ackman would not touch ADP with a ten foot pole now.
So yeah - avoid if can find other employment.

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Post ID: @poi+153xGWnr

um where are all these new jobs??? have you watched the news lately?

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Post ID: @lce+153xGWnr

ADP is indeed an awful company to work for and is spiraling down fast. Definitely a company to stay away from.

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Post ID: @vpg+153xGWnr

Use your working from home time to look for new jobs withuot the prying eyes of your boss looking over your shoulder.

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Post ID: @rnl+153xGWnr

Use your working from home time to look for new jobs withuot the prying eyes of your boss looking over your shoulder.

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Post ID: @qob+153xGWnr

I agree with you 100% Anyone working there and feeling it is a great company for is jaded. I worked there for over 30 years and for the last 10 years they were on the trend to get employees to take on more work than could possibly be done in a 40 hour work week and tell these employees overtime was not an option which translates into work long hours, don't clock them and your numbers will still look great but ADP will still work you to death. DO Not go to work at ADP.

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