Thread regarding ADP layoffs

It is normal for companies to try to reduce costs to increase profitability. That's just business.

It is normal for companies to try to reduce costs to increase profitability. That's just business.

It isn't normal for companies to have little to no regard for their EEs, or to dismantle their knowledge base and wipe out their SME's and top performers. Top companies just don't treat their people that way.

ADP has a history of putting the wrong people in leadership roles. Those people have prioritized short time stock prices over long term sustainability.

I voluntarily left ADP about 6 months ago, and could not be happier. Since then I've steered a couple companies away from ADP. I will continue to do so.

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Plain and simple ADP is not a company you can have a long term career with anymore. Once you start making decent wages they let you go.

I find it absurd that thousands of people lost their jobs with the company mainly because of cutting wages and yet to this very day you have a mo--n CEO who earns over Five million dollars a year in compensation.

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Post ID: @Z0XCC53-6nxf

A bitter, old coot? Come on, man. Don't make silly accusations about people you don't know simply because you don't like what they are saying and don't want this information aired out.

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The original post is a wake up call for employees who believe that ADP will take care of your needs. They won't. As a member of the recently-retired clan through the VERP offering, I assure you that it is in your best interest to make sure your bills are paid, you have enough savings to last at least 6 months, and your resume is current. No one is safe if you have monies vested in the pension plan.

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Post ID: @Z0XCC53-ikq

So you think it makes sense to hurt all of the employees with families that still remain employed at ADP because you have a personal axe to grind? Sure, makes sense, you're a bitter, old, coot who cares more about personal vendetta than getting on with your life.

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