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19 days ago

Sr. Director, Finance (MAS)

ADP La Palma, CA

ADP is hiring a Senior Director of Finance. In this critical role, the Senior Director of Finance will provide financial and strategic decision… ADP


19 days ago

Major Accounts Sales Representative

ADP La Palma, CA

ADP is hiring a Major Account Representative. In this position, you'll identify and cultivate new prospects with 50-999 employees in your territory… ADP


19 days ago

Director - Client Retention

ADP La Palma, CA

ADP is hiring a Relationship Management Director. In this position you will assist the Relationship Management Executive in directing the overall… ADP


19 days ago

Implementation Payroll Specialist II

ADP La Palma, CA

, Position, Jobs, Work, Customer Service, Project Management, Systems Integration ADP is hiring an Implementation Specialist. In this position… ADP


19 days ago

Client Support Spclst Trainee

ADP La Palma, CA

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


19 days ago

Implementation Manager II - Major Accounts

ADP La Palma, CA

, Position, Jobs, Work, Supervisor, Middle Management, Middle Manager, Leader ADP is hiring a Team Manager. In this position, you'll leverage your… ADP


10 days ago

Implementation Specialist II

ADP La Palma, CA

ADP is hiring an Implementation Specialist II. In this position, you'll leverage our top-ranked training programs and world-class service guidelines… ADP


7 days ago

Outside Sales Account Executive

ADP Long Beach, CA

Unlock Your Career Potential: Sales at ADP. It takes a relentless team to lead an industry. ADP's world-class sales team is driving our global growth… ADP


19 days ago

Sales Apprentice

ADP Long Beach, CA

At ADP we are driven by your success. We engage your unique talents and perspectives. We welcome your ideas on how to do things differently and… ADP


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    Former Employee - SBS Associate District Manager in Irvine, CA
    Former Employee - SBS Associate District Manager in Irvine, CA

    I worked at ADP full-time (More than 3 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    When I finally got a decent territory (Physical, Bankers, Enrolled Agents) I overshot President's Club by 60 grand while only working 25 hr weeks. Most colleagues are enjoyable to work with, but it's easy to get along with anyone for six months before you never see them again. ADP looks great on a resume if you're interested in "advancing" to a similarly low-level company, like Cintas, where they prefer good soldiers and value effort over true salesmanship because they would rather dictate your entire sales process than develop you into a skilled rainmaker that employs the apparent lost art of thinking.

    Cons

    I busted my hump and hustled like crazy for two years and nine months before finally getting a decent slice of opportunity. As a starting District Manager, you are lead generation for upmarket divisions (Retirement, Total Source, etc) and you remain as such for as long as you are in SBS. Don't have any illusions to the contrary. They tell everyone during the hiring process that they will be a manager, everyone. Just ask the people you meet at corporate training. That reminds me, if you take the job be sure to get the contact of the other DMs you meet at training, 90% of them will have better jobs in under a year and you will also be looking to jump ship. The starting salary (35 grand I think?) is NOT a lot of money, even for a recent grad, especially when you're constantly belittled and taking flack from "leaders" that only had to sell 20% of your quota in their day, which happened to be during a booming economy with less competitors and many more competitive advantages. Most successful DMs are clumsy frat boys that develop into overconfident and ineffective managers after they play politics and stroke egos long enough to get a territory that gives them the opportunity to succeed. When they get their management position, they think they're Alec Baldwin in Glengarry Glen Ross and refuse to provide any actual support, they were successful at this job and if you aren't it's only because you are an unmotivated slacker. This really gets bad when they miss their quota as managers, because again, it's your fault, not theirs. Management's mantra is, "It's not the territory, it's the rep" by this logic it follows that, "It's not the rep, it's the manager" Meetings are a complete waste of time, terrible music for ten minutes while everyone files into the conference room, two minutes of actual product/promotional information, then 45 minutes of individual reps reporting their sales figures for that week, terribly inefficient use of valuable selling hours. I learned more about sales selling watches with a great mentor during college in LA than I ever did at ADP.

    Advice to Management

    Develop your employees, I have learned as a boss that I have a responsibility to provide those I hire with the opportunity to succeed. This doesn't mean cutting them slack, it means being realistic. Stop calling a $2,500 sale, "2 point 5." 2.5 means $2,500,000. I knew that in '08 and cringed when I had to use your jargon. If you ever get a real sales job and sell a real 2.5, you'll know how embarrassing the ADP lingo really is. Lastly, I worked for you for four terrible years before finally leaving, my salary now is $325,000 and I work for a top consulting firm in Manhattan, I know what I'm talking about.


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