I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at ADP in April 2010.
Interview Details – Expect a long process, interviewing is highly behavioral questioning. Tell me about.... you, a time when you calmed down an angry customer, dealt with a belligerent coworker and so on.
Typically there will be more than one manager present for the interview, or you will speak with more than one manager throughout the process.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work here? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4 days - interviewed at ADP in January 2014.
Interview Details – I applied through LinkedIn and recieved a response within a week. Had the first interview and was asked to have a second, however relocating from San Diego to San Franchisco would be too expensive so I had to decline the second interview. The interviewer was incredibly warm and friendly and felt as if we were having a regular conversation. When I told her I wasn't able to make the move she was more than open to connect me with a San Diego recruiter, however the SD location was not hiring at the time.
Interview Question – ADP requires that you have a video interview prior to your phone interview. You get 30 seconds to prepare your answer, which was a little nervewrecking, however it went well! Typical questions asked..why do you want to work for ADP, what can you offer our company, etc. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at ADP in June 2013.
Interview Details – Go through about 3 interviews. First with recruiter then 2 with hiring managers. Be ready to role play. Be upbeat and flaunt your "peacock" chest. It is an entry level position and they want to see passion, ability to sell, and ambition.
Interview Question – Standard Interview Questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No Negotiation
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at ADP in November 2012.
Interview Details – There were 7 interviews total; 1- by telephone with the recruiter, 2- panel interview with mentor/manager, 3- in-person interview with a manager, 4- ride along with top rep, 5- ride along with new rep, 6- interview with VP, 7- interview with management team.
The KEY to all of these, there exhibit ZERO follow-up. Don't take it as being rude. They want to see that YOU have the follow-up and closing skills to obtain the job, and use these skills to obtain business for them. When you're at the job, business owners are busy and generally don't call you back. You must set the pace of the sale with their consent, and move it forward.
Important notes; at the conclusion of each interview step, ask if you've answered their questions to their satisfaction, ask if the examples and stories you've shared overcame the obstacles they laid out for you, and if its a "yes", then ask for their support moving forward, and ask what the next step is. Make sure to tell them you're excited to work with them and take diligent notes.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work here? View Answer
Negotiation Details – cookie-cutter
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 months - interviewed at ADP in October 2012.
Interview Details – It was pretty smooth, however, after all the efforts the company decided not to fill the job.
Interview Question – I think all the questions were fine. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at ADP in December 2013.
Interview Details – Applied online, received email to set up a phone interview. Had a brief phone interview with the recruiter, about 25 minutes or so. She set me up with an 1:1 interview with the hiring manager. When I showed up, they stated the hiring manager was busy, but someone would be out to meet with me. Ended up being 4:1 interview with different members of the department. Spoke for an hour or two. Was told they would follow up since the hiring manager is unavailable (meaning no thank you). Did not get a good impression of their culture when I was there.
Interview Question – About 30-35 "tell me a time when" questions. The interviewers did not seem experienced, asked some of the questions more than once. Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at ADP.
Interview Details – I applied for the Human Resources Implementation Consultant position with ADP online. About 5 days later they sent me an email invitation to do a video interview. I had three days to complete the video interview. I received an email asking me for available times to interview. I responded but never heard anything back. Not sure what happened.
Interview Question – The questions were not difficult if you've had experience in the implementation process. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 5 days - interviewed at ADP.
Interview Details – Called and interviewed on phone the had in person meeting at headquarters with VP of sales.
Interview Question – Why do you want this job? Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at ADP in April 2013.
Interview Details – Spoke on the phone with a University recruiter based in Boston for this oppurtunity which was in PA. Inital phone interview went well and he promised that he would keep me in the loop during the entire process and asked that I do the same.
Next, another phone interview was setup- this time with someone at the PA branch. That interview was a joke- every question I asked she answered with "hmmm... I don't know" or "I'll have to research that." Both calls were from private numbers and the university recruiter told me they don't like to give out their phone numbers but any and all emails would be responded to right away. I emailed and emailed the recruiter about the status of the hiring process and never got a response. No offer but no decline. Pretty sad that ADP, known for being a 3rd party human resource department had such horrible interviewing and hiring practices.
I come to find out at the end of the summer that the intern they did hire actually ruined the whole sharepoint system for that branch and his entire summer project was a complete failure. Hahaha serves them right!
Interview Question – If this internship was unpaid, would you still be applying for this job? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4 months - interviewed at ADP.
Interview Details – The hiring and interview process took longer than any company I had ever applied for. From first interview to my first day of work was three months. It was an entire month after I received the job offer that they were ready to have me start. The background check process is very extensive and can seem ridiculous.
Interview Question – I was asked to review the website and then tell them 10 things I liked and 10 things I disliked. The problem was I found more things I disliked than liked. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They would not negotiate. It was a "take it or leave it" scenario.
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