Thread regarding ADP layoffs

I became too expensive for this company

I don’t think it’s anxiety. There are many clear signs that this company wants me to quit. I guess I became too expensive for ADP. They want cheap workers, it doesn’t matter if they don’t have the skills. Ironically, it happened because I was loyal to this company, because I tried my best and worked hard. I'm just wondering what will a strategy like this one day result in?

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Post ID: @OP+1e5l6m9M

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Stock price cannot keep going up in a company with a substandard and demotivated workforce that cannot adequately service their clients. The poor ADP workforce is a harbinger of things to come. And those things won't be good. You can only get away with this for awhile before the decline and fall starts.

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Post ID: @1omw+1e5l6m9M

Contrarian view --- stock price is the ultimate determining factor ....as long as the stock price keeps up ....nothing else matters

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Post ID: @1oll+1e5l6m9M

Sears. ADP will go the way of Sears. Lack of leadership and investment in keeping clients coming back will hasten the demis.

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Post ID: @ori+1e5l6m9M

This strategy won't result in anything good. Not for ADP.

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