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Anonymous shared this review of ADP, United States on Nov 16th, 2019
"Very nice people at the company; had an amazing interview process."
Anonymous shared this review of ADP, United States on Nov 1st, 2019
"There are many networking opportunities available that can really put your goals within reach. The do seem to live their values and care deeply about social responsibility. "
Anonymous shared this review of ADP, United States on Oct 10th, 2019
"I had a wonderful work-life balance working here because I had a work from home, full-time position. I got laid off, and it seemed the work from home positions are less of an option now. I enjoyed my time working at ADP, but eventually my boss made my life hell. I had a great boss when I started who helped train and develop my skills, but he was eventually laid off as well. My new boss was a woman, and seemed to be harder on employees with work-life balance. She would work long hours as a work martyr and expect us to check emails during off hours and weekends. The work life balance, even with work from home became unbearable. There were even times I went on vacation that I ended up having to help out with "emergencies" that could have waited. The culture on the west coast from California offices was much more laid back than the culture in the Roseland, NJ office. As a global company, it was also difficult to work on conference calls with people overseas who had more vacation and work life balance than you did in the home office. Overall, there's a diverse workforce and the compensation and benefits are great. But there's little true innovation going on. The work style is very traditional, even though they have an "innovation lab" that mimics a tech company but lacks authenticity. "
Anonymous shared this review of ADP, United States on Aug 23rd, 2019
"ADP is a great place to work. It’s culture and values support the tenets of things that are important to women like equal pay, maternity support and leave, backup child/elder care, and the flexibility of being remote in some cases. I love working at ADP!"
Anonymous shared this review of ADP, United States on Jul 12th, 2019
"Great place to work; young parents especially will love the flexibility and work-life balance. Once you reach a certain level then the growth is very slow. Promotions are based on seniority mostly although company does tout performance based growth. Career path is not clearly defined neither is the path to the next step."
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