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Strong stable company with nice culture and limitless growth opportunities

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Current Employee - Business Consultant in Houston, TX
Current Employee - Business Consultant in Houston, TX

I have been working at ADP

Pros

If you are a good honest hard worker willing to learn and grow, you absolutely can advance within the company. You are given autonomy as long as you are producing results. Many of us have worked here for many years, and are rewarded with generous vacation time - 4 weeks plus 5 personal days.

Cons

If you aren't willing to work hard then ADP isn't the place for you. ADP is open on most bank holidays, so you will have to work or use vacation time on the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Presidents Day, Veterans Day, etc.

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Make significant investments in research and development so that we will stay at the forefront with our products and solutions.

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    Great product and training, and you better be on top quickly!

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    Former Employee - ADP Totalsource District Manager in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - ADP Totalsource District Manager in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at ADP

    Pros

    ADP has great training programs, as recruiters around the globe have recognized! TotalSource is a great product and is easy to believe in if you have business savvy at all. It is also the fastest growing Employer Services product at ADP. Great people, great colleagues.

    Cons

    You will be managed to a number on a weekly basis - activity is key (which all good salespeople know). When you gain a year or two of tenure, if you are well above your quota but not closing business at the frequency that management wants to see - it will be a performance issue. If you are struggling to get your number on track, the help you will receive will be limited unless you are still within your first 9 months. Development consists of trainings mainly - then you are on your own. You will be competing with other Business Units CONSTANTLY. Though the mission is to form unity and work together, some people will not want to work with you and TotalSource reps always lose. Major Accounts reps believe that they own your territory and compete constantly to gain access. Small Business reps believe that the sales process should be quicker and don't take the time to figure out how to work with you 80% of the time. These partners will be positioned as lead generators to you in the interview process - know that there will be a ton of work on your part getting them to work with you, and in order to succeed you will share credit when it may not be due.

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    Support your TotalSource reps - their success should be more important than what all the other BU's are saying. Spend more time understanding your niche product and the niche markets you are asking reps to gain access into, so that you can manage the assigned reps accordingly. Not all territories are Silicon Valley!

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  2. Great

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    Current Employee - District Manager in Buffalo, NY
    Current Employee - District Manager in Buffalo, NY

    I have been working at ADP

    Pros

    People are great the best place to work at.

    Cons

    sales need to have them

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