Pros: partying, trips, and time out of office
Cons: high turnover, virtually mandated partying/drinking, cliques and unbelievable pressure
ADP in Manhattan is a good place to work, provided you get a good territory. If you get a bad territory you will struggle.
At ADP you have to be ruthless to get sales. As you would at most sales jobs that involve alot of cold selling.
If you sell, management will let you do virtually anything. If you don't sell you will be micro managed and put under – more... extreme pressure.
The hardest part of the job is making quota. The best part of the job is the constant happy hours, trips you win, partying and not having to be in the office.
There is excessive turnover. Probably 90% every 365 days. It sorta feels like body snatchers. One day you walk in and a person you thought would never quit is just gone.....
I learned from this job that you have to be really in love with high pressure sales to be happy here. I learned that you will have an easier time if you are well connected. I learned how to be cold blooded when selling a deal.
If you are young 21-25 and love drinking and partying you will be able to last a while here. – less