Thread regarding ADP layoffs

Juneteenth as a holiday

Reading many companies will offer Juneteenth as a paid holiday. Will ADP follow? Did they ever have MLK or Presidets day as paid holidays?

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Post ID: @OP+1bos8XPi

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This is great news that’s it’s a new holiday. Now just need Martin Luther King day, and Presidents Day.

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Post ID: @19feg+1bos8XPi

Hope they keep moving in the right direction and don’t backslide.

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Post ID: @jxvy+1bos8XPi

It is a new ADP company holiday so there

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Post ID: @dsqk+1bos8XPi

Just another effort to be a "woke" company. Too bad you now have to stand on the merit of the color of your skin or religion instead of the quality of your work. How the tables have turned.

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Post ID: @7pqb+1bos8XPi

Agree. They always send those type of emails on MLK. We support diversity, etc. but god forbid we observe it as a company holiday. I have found that many people do take the day off.

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Post ID: @rvy+1bos8XPi

We don't even get the day after Thanksgiving off, like every other corporation in America.....

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Post ID: @zhu+1bos8XPi

I retired last July because I couldn't take any more of ADP's nonsense so I'm not a cheerleader for the company. But in the interest of fairness, ADP also gives 5 days floating holiday pay which brings it's paid holidays to just about the average 11 and MLK and Presidents Day fall during ADP's busiest time with taxes. It would be impossible to completely shut down the whole company even for a day during this time of year.

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Post ID: @jjf+1bos8XPi

I doubt it. Its always been only the 6 Federal Holidays.
That didn’t stop Debbie Dyson from sending an email about Juneteenth: ADP just jumped on the bandwagon like all other soulless corporations. They only care about social issues as long as it doesn’t impact them lining their pockets. So getting another paid day off would be a HUGE surprise. So would getting a decent merit increase ha ha ha ha ha

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