I've worked at this company for many years and women seem to do well. There are many that hold executive positions and job development is good, as long as you have a good manager that is concerned with development. Benefits are great and the organization is very diverse.
I have been with ADP for 13 years and I have two children who are 13 and 17. ADP has allowed me to provide for my family financially, and I have not ever missed anything for my children...which makes me run through brick walls for ADP. As well, I have had the opportunity to win trips to places like Monte Carlo, London, Italy, Hawaii, Cabo, Mayan Riviera, and more. In the 13 years, I have been a sales rep for four years and in leadership for nine years so far. I put my name in for a promotion to Vice President, and ADP relocated my family across the country. The relocation package was exceptional and took 98% of the stress off of my family. I am a lifer! And, there isn't a better company in the world that truly VALUES and APPRECIATES their employees!! Another example ... when the recession was hitting so many companies and they were eliminating their 401K, ADP sent an email out and if you had 5+ years of service...they increased our match! AMAZING! Plus, I work with people that have 20+ years of experience at ADP, and one person has been with ADP for...32 YEARS!! It's an amazing place to work, and I feel valued and appreciated.
I was the only girl on the online marketing team. The guys all treated me as one of them, whether I was a girl - I don't think they even noticed. They even so much as knew it was time to lay low when I cried in meetings as it meant I was frustrated and angry.