You don't have to see the decision making or be a part of that process. You only have to see the disastrous results that has been produced from that decision making. Getting rid of top performing employees has been the result of the decision making. Loss of quality service has been the result of the decision making. Enraged clients and lost clientele has been the result of the decision making. Disaffected low paid employees who want to learn and contribute but are leaving because of flawed and broken processes are the result because of the decision making. If this is success from these secret opaque decision makers, then show me what failure is. ADP is now a broken company lurching here and there trying ineptly to recover.
Again, you don't need to see the decision making, merely the results that it produces. What has been produced is hurting ADP, in a big way. The decision makers have been inept in providing stewardship for their company by making grevious mistakes in their decision making process. That shame cannot be hidden in that nebulous decision making process. Major mistakes have been made. Major mistakes yielding major disasters. Oh yes, again from the decision making process.
This was bumped from @YjTLbvq-2kaz