Thread regarding ADP layoffs

ADP has perfected the ineffective VP role

With all the layoffs happening, how many are VP's? In which divisions?

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Post ID: @OP+15RZQ8fe

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Who is that big fat pig VP in IT? What a perv.

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Post ID: @Dotk+15RZQ8fe

Anyone? No one knows of any value for that leader? Thought so.

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Post ID: @myae+15RZQ8fe

Can anyone explain the value of Debbie Dyson? I am interested in what she does.

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Post ID: @lfjp+15RZQ8fe

I would think most people in their right mind and with any morals and ethics would be highly ashamed to work for and admit they work for ADP at this point. Just a sweatshop and a discriminatory place with bad management.

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Post ID: @aocl+15RZQ8fe

Why is Debbie Dyson still at ADP? Completely unqualified and expensive employee for getting nothing in return except a symbolic diversity position. She is still there yet some of the very best ADP employees have been pushed out due to salaries? Seriously, this place is a complete joke in the industry now.

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Post ID: @adgi+15RZQ8fe

You logic is quite confusing. What are you even saying? 5 Sr leaders are there and people know them so no one lost a job? What?

I can name easily 5 (and even more) Sr Leaders who definitely should be removed, but they are part of the group orchestrating the takeover of ADP for their own pockets.

More layoffs are planned and I can assure you those top 5 are almost certainly not being touched while lots of families, children, men and women while get hurt immensely during this terrible time in history.

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Post ID: @6nyp+15RZQ8fe

There are large swaths of sr leaders that have been purged along with everyone else. It seems the 5 sr leaders people know are still there so that must mean no sr leaders lost their jobs...id–ts

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Post ID: @6grw+15RZQ8fe

IF Carlos was smart, and the answer to that is now pretty evident, he would have targeted the SVP, VP, and Sr. Director levels first and foremost as those are higher paid, less productive, and mostly pensioned employees. And there seems to be a lot of them, certainly way more than is needed. And with the effects of the downturn in the economy, the economic outlook for ADP and it's clients, it seems it would be even more imperative to reduce the fat at the top and mid levels. Again, that is IF Carlos was smart.

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Post ID: @1etq+15RZQ8fe

It’s always a top down process at ADP. VPs and Directors get to decide the fate of those further down the food chain, hitting the “numbers” while protecting their own skins. Its rare when the leaders get shown the door.

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