Has anyone else contemplated reporting a manager who accepted the VERP package? The terms of this contract were to work in an ethical manner and for the good of the company until the last day. If one we to be a whistle blower does anyone have any experience with how ADP's HR would protect someone from the possible backlash?
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HR Protects Management, go ahead I dare you to go to HR with your issue, then kiss your career and advancement good bye.
So happy that the last of the VERPs are leaving soon. It has been a long drawn out process for those leaving, and those staying.
They have less respect and tolerance for snitches. They prove they cannot be trusted themselves.
Let leadership do their job. If they don't know, their problem. They should be aware of those they manage.
Who wants to snitch? Your ADP managers are waiting...
More laughs. Endless Entertainment.
No need to report anyone and help ADP out. That's their problem. As long as the manager is not mistreating you. Besides, they will be gone soon. Let the little guys retire in peace. I'm sure that the bigwigs will when their time comes.
ADP "helped" many people out of the company. I'm sure that they don't need anyone to help them ease other people out. They have done enough damage. Besides, this is a layoff site, not a help site for ADP.
So 3 weeks til the last group is gone. You may be better served dealing with yourself and not being so concerned with what others are doing. Sounds like you have to much time on your hands.
Reminds me of the Three Stooges episode, "Who's On First?" It is quite the comedy hour. Free Entertainment.
I would think it depends on the seriousness of the allegation. HR is as busy as most other areas, hard to believe I know. We’re also at the eleventh hour, it goes back to the seriousness I’d say.
HR won’t protect a whistleblower. hR is there to protect the company.
Let’s face it; leadership at all levels is not in touch with the workforce - they are only yes men and women who can’t or won’t enforce ADP policies and just spew the BS down the chain. Can’t say I blame them for mentally checking out. They were handed a mess and told to still make numbers from it. Really wondering how client retention and “net promoter scores” are high- must be new math.
If your manager has already checked out in mind, if not body from ADP, I would say go to HR. I know of an associate who was very close to being terminated after they accepted the VERP and essentially clocked in and out and not much else.. (tool sick days, late, etc).. she was given a verbal warning
All VERP's, like Severance, are not drafted the same or identical. They are customized person-to-person. Perhaps the manager's agreement included a disclaimer of protection? You would have to review the agreement to make sure there is unethical, or questionable, practice. Have you read it?
Just an opinion.