Learning and development consultant (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 7 May 2017
A good place to work if you're looking for a stable, well structured, not too challenging, secure job. Not as good a place to work if you want to advance in your career, especially is working in a remote office.
work-life balance, benefits, structure
long decision-making process, no room for personal initiative, demagoguery from management
Fast paced, challenging, but a great company to work for
Tax Coordinator Year end temp (Former Employee) – 3250 Bloor Street West – 30 October 2013
ADP is a world class company to work for, I loved the people I worked with, management staff are great an overall great workplace,Tax year end was very high paced as it is a very short time span to complete all changes, having a great team to work with made things a lot smoother
District Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 February 2013
My role in this company was to hunt business using our partnerships, RBC & BMO which was a great resource. A typical day at work would be meeting 3-4 banks within a day and multiple calls to business owners to sell them on Payroll.The hardest part of this job was the busy schedule of driving from one part of the City to another. I truly enjoyed the learning curve, ADP invested quite some time in their employees ie; Lunch and learn
Human Resources Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – calgary, Alberta – 9 January 2013
I would come to my office job and prepare for a day of working with teams. I have learned how to be a team player, work indiepedently and develop my skills in administration. My coworkers were easy to get along with and very helpful to guide me through my job. The hardest part of the job was the long hours and demanding projects. The most enjoyable part was to work with a great group of people
Print & Insert Coordinator (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 4 December 2012
My co-workers were very good I was a coordinator in the production area. The Supervisor had no skills with regards to mentoring and motivating employees and upper management never provided employees with the necessary information about the direction in which the company was going.
District Manager (Inside and Outside Sales) (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 28 November 2012
Alot of staff does not attain their sales targets. For the SBS department; the management is the primary reason for VERY high staff turnover. The salary is low and benefits are standard. Commission structure is horrible.