COS Payroll/Benefits Specialist (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 15 September 2018
doing payroll for different canadian large companies weekly and bi weekly and monthly . different remittances, year end T4 and Rl1 customer service by phone and emails to different clients . working with implementation team for setting up the new customer's demands regarding their payroll needs.
knowledge of different provincial regulations
no personal interactions, not enough training. no team work
Coworkers are fantastic. It's difficult to communicate with management and there is little to no training.
You would think that such a large (Global) company would be on top of training and hiring new people, but they're seriously lacking in this department and it's sad because they're losing so many amazing people!
The 38k is not worth the amount of stress you'll have to deal with.
Payroll Specialist (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 10 September 2018
My day would start at 8 am and I'd go home exhausted due to the stress. People were great to work with but the job was demanding and the better the quality of your work, the more you got handed to get done!
All paid for Christmas party, summer lunch
Long hours, had to work extra at year end to get the work done, black out between Dec & Mar
Talent Acquisition Business Partner (Current Employee) – Canada – 18 July 2018
-Post positions -Source potential ADP Candidates -Conduct phone interviews with potential ADP candidates for open roles and pipeline requisitions -Connect daily with Hiring Managers to provide updates on current openings - Ensure metrics are being met -Ensure administrative responsibilities are being met to adhere to legislation
Productive work environment with room for advancement
Solutions Specialist (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 July 2018
I began ADP with only having Customer service experience and had very little knowledge about HR and payroll. After being here for 8 years, I learned everything i needed to know and also received my certificate as a payroll practitioner. ADP offers great benefits and has great resources to improve at your job and to advance towards any future career goals
Bilingual Tax Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 June 2018
A typical day would be receiving inbound calls in both English and French. The calls would often be requesting tax adjustments and reports from ADP. the reports would help our clients resolve penalties and interest they acquired from the various government agencies.
There is ample on the job training, something different every day, great management in place. Various opportunities to grow if a specific department isn't suited to you. Ability to work remote as needed, pending your role is reassuring when you have a family.
Technicien en mise en oeuvre / implantation (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 26 May 2018
The team the people the managers all are amazing. You never wake up like I dont want to work, you were happy to go to work. You can work from home, so dont worry if is snowing, or the car doesnt star, or you just lost the train, you can work from home, and you dont need to give any explanation about