Last round of VERP associates leave on Friday March 1st. Want to wish them all the best in their next chapter of their lives. Good Luck to everyone. Change is good.
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Ok, to the tool that said this:
"What makes me sick is so many who accepted the offer blame ADP. It was the EEs choice to accept yet they are sour and resentful? Sickening."
That is so ignorant you should not be allowed to speak, ever. It is like someone robs you at gunpoint for their own selfish needs, puts a gun to your head, and says "give me you wallet or else". Ok, sure, you have the choice to take a bullet to the brain, but really, you are that stupid to say such a thing?
@XOlDWDE-4tst - continue to ASSume. An employee can leave an employer. They do not have to retire or be a lay-off or terminated employee. “WE” was inference to “no longer an ADP employee”. You did not consider this as an option. It is a valid one. You should have an attitude working as cheap labor.
You're the one that wanted to attack by calling those still with Adp as PRIVILEGED puppets. Maybe you didn't qualify for VERP, but if you are an associate, wth that attitude I'd recommend you leave. Those that have tenure are FULLY aware of the impact for those that are remaining . The REALITY set90 in when the numbers became known last year.
Again good luck to those that decided to take VERP. Your friendship and knowledge will be missed.
Signed NON PRIVILEGED PUPPET.
Maybe your post did not say you were over 55 or that you took the VERP.. but it did say "agree we are the lucky ones" .. the comment that spoke to "the lucky ones" was referring to the folks that had gone, so an assumption was made. I'm guessing from your post, since not VERP, maybe you were let go because of your attitude.
@XOlDWDE-4ykj-read to comprehend, not reply. Post did not say I took VERP. Neither did it state I was over 55. Please don’t ASSume. I also did not say Precious Puppets. It was Privileged Puppets.
Again, lacking basic skills—comprehension.
Sickening? It was the employees who were being maneuvered out of the company. They had no choice but to accept. Either they accepted or they would have been let go anyway. Might as well leave with something.
What makes me sick is so many who accepted the offer blame ADP. It was the EEs choice to accept yet they are sour and resentful? Sickening.
Happy that you qualified for the VERP, some of us were too young, with over 10, 15, 20 years at ADP. Yes we do know the reality of this change, please don't call us "precious puppets". We just weren't as lucky as you to be 55 or over.
@XOlDWDE-2tzf Agree we are the lucky ones. Reality hasn’t set in for those left behind yet. Many still do not get that they are the cheap, soon-to-be overworked and underpaid labor, which is ADP’s goal. I call them Privileged puppets. ADP will always hold their strings while they perform tricks.
@XOlDWDE-2icp - you give me LIFE with the “learn to spell” comment. Hahahaha!
There are a lot of the basic skills missing in the NEW workforce. Sad and cheap.
Many that left in June, Aug, and Oct already have found new employment. Those I know are finding comparable positions and wages. Best of luck. There is life after ADP and it's good!!!
I agree with the last post. Best wishes to those leaving in this wave. There is life after ADP, whether it is your choice or not.
As for the person that posted "Good riddens", that was uncalled for. You can only hope for compassion when you face the same situation, and you will, in the future, if you last that long.
Wishing them all the best. Worked many years with a few that are leaving. Their knowledge and friendship will be missed. They are the lucky ones. Good luck guys.
You won’t be thinking good “riddance” when they’re gone and you need help. With them goes a great deal of knowledge and experience; something you obviously don’t have. Learn how to spell!
Good riddens to some of them. Am glad to see them go. Buh bye
Change away from ADP to just about anything is definitely good.