Applications Support Team Lead (Current Employee), Alpharetta – March 21, 2014
Pros: 1 hour lunch, remote work opportunities
Cons: working late hours on occassions.
My typical day on the job entail a great deal of administrative duty as well deploying resolution for end users that are utilyzing our day to day applications. I conduct one to one to stay in the loop of our clients and employee to determine an accuarate climate for their accounts.
I am very people oriented and enjoy the cultivating great working relationship – more... as well as identifying great talent that will help support the goals of the team and company.
My co-workers are great and represent a great multitude of diversity and various personalities, which makes the work experience interesting as well as test my growth.
The most enjoyable part of my job is my intentional approach to business. That approach entail cultivating great relationships in and out of office. Relationship opportunities help me to be resourcesful and deepens my pool for providing viable resolutions. – less
Excellent place to work with many oppurtunities for growth.
Garnishment Specialist I (Current Employee), Augusta, GA – March 20, 2014
I have been with ADP for just about five years and it is a great place to work. This company has locations all over the world and the possibilities are endless. They strive for customer satisfaction and value you their employees just as much.
BILINGUAL CUSTOMER SERVICE PRESENTATIVE (Current Employee), Chicago, Illinois – March 20, 2014
Pros: benefits, downtown location
Cons: short breaks, pay, work/life balance
A typical day would be to log into a phone queue, wait for a call. Once you get the call, you have to do the work. If after the call, work still needs to be done, you have 20 seconds to complete it. If additional time is needed, management approval is needed. Procedures change constantly and management does not do a good job in communicating them.
Member Technical (Former Employee), Hyderabad, AP – March 20, 2014
Keep going with that spirit. If you are in ADP, you never feel or talk about recession. Very friendly, good HR and Salary. Family day, outings, Team bonding activities and lot of Fun. If you want to be work in technical env, this is not the right place.
Benefits Representative (Current Employee), Charlotte NC – March 17, 2014
Pros: great pay
Cons: unprofessional/rude management
ADP is a great company and ranks very highly. The Charlotte office however could use better management skills. The work environment is very toxic due to unprofessional ways of select, not all, managers. ADP has great potential, but if all of the employees are unhappy because of the stress level and bad communication then the company can not reach full – more... potential. – less
Teledata Manager (Current Employee), Charlotte, NC – March 14, 2014
I have gained several experieces at ADP. My experience encompasses strategic planning, resource utilization, retention efforts as well as associate development to name a few. All teams were very engaged and interactive with various departments.
District Manager (Current Employee), Los Angeles, CA – March 12, 2014
ADP is an excellent company with aggressive sales training. You learn a lot about challenges small business owners face and how to handle sales objections. Management and company culture is great! Happy hours and lots of trips
Automation Test Engineer (Former Employee), Hyderabad, AP – March 11, 2014
It was always a day with new learning experience.management and team leaders are extremely cooperative.Thy have always encouraged and given new opportunities for me to prove my ability and skills. working at ADP is really fun.
Alternative Development Program (Former Employee), Afghanistan, Kabul – March 10, 2014
working with this org made me to improve my knowledge and skill, i had hard time to manage myself to provide positive my work style made me to reached my goal in a big challenge, my co workers was always supportive we were a good team, i enjoyed working in a team i learned how to deal with relevant people how to manage the organization based on Human – more... Resources policy and procedure. – less