Thread regarding ADP layoffs

Do they really offer a pay raise?

Is it true that ADP offers a pay raise to more recent employees when they announce they are leaving the company?

This was mentioned by several folks in another thread and it would be nice to know if it's really true.

Not that I'd want to test it out, mind you, it's just that it sounds so not-ADP like.

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Post ID: @XpoInVy

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The rule of thumb from an HR perspective is that if a company offers an employee more money to stay when they turn in their notice to leave, the offer should be rejected. If the company does not value an employee enough to pay them a fair wage or a wage that would be offered by another company, there is no reason to stay.

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Post ID: @XpoInVy-Ypqg

I know of people in Maitland who resigned and were offered more money and better positions to stay. Not all stayed because of it. They do pay low wages, in some departments more than others, and many people leave because of it. The workload is heavy. Probably for more departments than others too.

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Post ID: @XpoInVy-Eezs

It was a major blunder for ADP to try to replace its tried and true workforce with cheap and inexperienced labor. Now they are paying the price with having to increase wages to try to get the inexperienced, unreliable, and disaffected talent to stay. They will have to rebuild what they destroyed and it won't be easy. Meanwhile, they have lost more credibility with their clients and other stakeholders. What ineptitude!

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Post ID: @XpoInVy-Ewwv

Raises were given at the Maitland FL office to get people to stay. The client support employees there are hired at a low wage and still expected to provide high end service. Most of them dont even have relevant work experience and many quit in the first 2 years. Many went to Deloitte and Touche and rumor is that they doubled their pay. So, ADP reviewed the remaining associates in that office and presented significant pay raises to those that they wanted to keep.

Nearly all ADP associates outside of Maitland are happy to see most of those people go. They dont understand HR or payroll and dont try to gain knowledge, they never answer their phone, they try to push off their work to others, and they are generally condescending and arrogant.

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Post ID: @XpoInVy-Ettf

Hearing that ADP is having a high rate of empliyeees on FMLA leave at the new locations that receive tax breaks is suspicious as the other poster mentioned. That would be committing fraud if that is going on.

Knowing how ADP is slashing jobs on a monthly basis those local government officials in those States should investigate to make sure the company is really creating and keeping the number of jobs they are suppose to create to keep receiving the tax breaks.

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Post ID: @XpoInVy-3hml

YES.

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Post ID: @XpoInVy-uxo

I know of 2 associates in comp services getting a raise when they said they were leaving.

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Post ID: @XpoInVy-itg

I haven’t heard that aside from that thread but I wouldn’t doubt it. I’m sure ADP has to guarantee a number of occupied desks in order to get the tax breaks in their chosen locations. Absenteeism is rampant in Maitland FL but there are no consequences. And the number of people with FMLA and less than a year of service is highly suspicious.

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