Thread regarding ADP layoffs

This has to stop!

Yesterday I made a mistake I would never have made before. Of course that mistakes will happen.
How can a person not make a mistake while being so overwhelmed with work?
I'm surprised there are no more mistakes. How much longer do they think the employees will be able to do a triple workload?

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The department I worked in mistakes happened all the time by other associates. Management didn’t seem to care. Sure we could send feedback but that doesn’t help when I’m being yelled at by the client. You reach out to the associate that messed up and they take no accountability. So now I’m forced to handle it myself while my actual work gets delayed and now management fires me because I’m not “productive” enough! So happy to be in a less stressful environment.

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Post ID: @jlbf+1d0nHJoC

Do all OneADP locations have this problem? I thought it was just the one I work at. I think half my team is out on FMLA right now.

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Post ID: @4uwo+1d0nHJoC

Yes, mistakes happen. You are under a lot of stress, sojJust do like the employees in ONE ADP locations do... take FMLA/LOA whatever and stay home with pay for months on end.

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Post ID: @3vff+1d0nHJoC

When I worked at ADP, mistakes were not tolerated no matter the workload. Making a mistake was a serious offense. Toward the end of my career with ADP, I was on a team where if you made a mistake, no matter how small, you were invited into your manager's office where several managers would pretend to be confused and angered at your mistake and discuss if you should even be working here. I thought that it was only me that made mistakes, but upon inquiring with other co-workers on my team, they said they also made mistakes and were also dragged into a manager's office where they were similarly belittled. It apparently was a standard managerial tactic. Glad to have retired out of there.

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