Thread regarding ADP layoffs

1 percent merit raise again?

Hearing some rumblings on it

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Post ID: @OP+1aSs5EMc

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Anyone know anything or is this just hypothetical once again

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Post ID: @Dvlg+1aSs5EMc

Post ID: @hpua+1aSs5EMc - also, your comment about government handouts shows the real you. There are many people that needed assistance because they did not have, or did not know how to write, the HR reports that you complain about.

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Post ID: @oqen+1aSs5EMc

Post ID: @hpua+1aSs5EMc - you might be writing more reports, but the economic slow down would have put some companies out of business, with others dropping # of pays. Those 2 items would lower ADP's revenues. Also, since ADP is usually not lowest in price, many companies might look to lower the cost for their payroll services and might go elsewhere. Likewise, it is more difficult for Sales to sell new services in this economic climate, so I stand by what I said. ADP's revenue is likely below what they had planned on. Less business means less money for bonuses. So, even if you are writing more reports, that is your job and already accounted for. Be thankful you still have a job. I don't.

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Post ID: @olaj+1aSs5EMc

Yep the stock price of which most don’t see a dime. It only applies to the bloodsuckers.

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Post ID: @mvtl+1aSs5EMc

Oh, how about that stock price? Heading back down. Nothing to see here, folks, just move right along.

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Post ID: @mmwe+1aSs5EMc

How about that stock price?

Cha-Ching!

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Post ID: @koyp+1aSs5EMc

Oh goodie! Now you can show you are doing something like the most productive task of checking if people are in their seats and to prove that it justifies paying you as a babysitter.

No one wants to come work here, and more than half are planning to leave.

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Post ID: @jprq+1aSs5EMc

Countdown to welcoming my associates back into the office!

I’m SO excited.

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Post ID: @jsvh+1aSs5EMc

Oh, wow, a DJ! Really? Expect the job applicants to start surging to ADP. And the workers already at ADP should reconsider their plans for leaving this extravagantly generous company. Good times are here!

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Post ID: @ijmu+1aSs5EMc

Oh good! I was worried they would be cheap and forgo the DJ.

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Post ID: @hrui+1aSs5EMc

A DJ welcomed us back into the office along with red and white balloons!

ADP gets it! They ARE the Employer of Choice!

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Post ID: @hwzv+1aSs5EMc

In response to this "Because of the pandemic ADP likely lost more business than it gained." No, ADP gained more work! There were a whole lot of extra HR data reports that had to be created for all the govt handouts. We were very busy all year, there was absolutely NO decrease in work.

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Post ID: @hpua+1aSs5EMc

To be honest, 1% is not fair at all. People working 50 and 60 hours a week without over time? Maria Black got a 51 % increase. Kathleen Winters got 156% increase. While Carlos didn't get an increase, he got 18 million. 🤤 So yeah, 1 % is an insult.

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Post ID: @ebus+1aSs5EMc

I am amazed seeing all the bi-----g about a 1% raise. At least you have a job. Because of the pandemic ADP likely lost more business than it gained. Be glad that there have not been layoffs or terminations, so far. The past several years May was definitely not a month to enjoy. Hard work does not hurt any of us. Take this from someone who survived for more than 30 years.

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Post ID: @bdhw+1aSs5EMc

That sounds like a load of Corp bs. My team easily had to/produced double due to the nature of COVID. With no OT. While WFH. 1% is a slap in the face. Our work is measurable. Get out of here with WFH prejudice until you can back it up with #s.

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Post ID: @agoy+1aSs5EMc

If we could be honest for a moment a 1% raise is fair. Considering WFH overreaction due to Covid it’s safe to say the workforce was in relax mode.

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Post ID: @9yws+1aSs5EMc

They certainly ramped up their hiring, which has a lot of costs tied to it. Hopefully they aren't intending to subsidize those costs with flattened increases.

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Post ID: @4ffi+1aSs5EMc

the job market is BOOMING. why stay for a 1% (or nothing raise) when you can get out and get a new gig and enjoy your NEW job!

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Post ID: @2inz+1aSs5EMc

What would be the reasoning? And would they make an announcement on it like last time?

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Post ID: @1mmd+1aSs5EMc

My guess is if they do the 1% increase, they will try and disguise it with a high Win as One bonus to save face. It would save them A TON of money to suppress everyone‘s salary increases (which has devastating impacts over the years) and would reduce all of our overall earning potential tremendously.

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