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17 days ago

Service Support Specialist Comprehensive Services

ADP Charlotte, NC

, Position, Jobs, Work Unlock Your Career Potential: Customer Service at ADP. It's all about enabling our customers to be more effective employers… ADP


30+ days ago

Comp Svcs Benefits Rep 1C

ADP Charlotte, NC

, Position, Jobs, Work Unlock Your Career Potential: Customer Service at ADP. It's all about enabling our customers to be more effective employers… ADP


30+ days ago

Human Resources Practice Consultant Comprehensive Services

ADP Charlotte, NC

, Position, Jobs, Work Unlock Your Career Potential: Customer Service at ADP. It's all about enabling our customers to be more effective employers… ADP


30+ days ago

Mid Market Outside Sales Representative

ADP Charlotte, NC

ADP is hiring a Mid-Market Outside Sales Account Executive -- Comprehensive/BPO Services. In this position, you'll drive new business for ADP's cloud… ADP


30+ days ago

Ee Svc & Resolutions Rep I 1C

ADP Charlotte, NC

, Position, Jobs, Work Unlock Your Career Potential: Customer Service at ADP. It's all about enabling our customers to be more effective employers… ADP


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    The promotion that set my career back by 10 years

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    Former Employee - Sales Executive in Charlotte, NC
    Former Employee - Sales Executive in Charlotte, NC

    I worked at ADP full-time (Less than a year)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Fortune 500, industry leader, highly competitive interview process, high quality of people, usually

    Cons

    It's their way or the blackball. Told repeatedly that my management style was exactly what the sales division needs. Developed a sales team, used my "cutting-edge" approach, took a slow start with average results before my team started to trust me, adapt my style, and success followed. 3 weeks later I was asked to resign for "refusing to be an ADP team player. You do NOT want to be a part of this clone factory!

    Advice to Management

    Wake up. You're clinging to mgmt styles that worked in a strong market in the 80s, but you refuse to adapt to industry changes and you deserve to fail.

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