As an ADP associate, we will make sure you are rewarded and generously supported with a full array of benefits. ADP has a comprehensive benefits program that includes medical, dental and vision. We also are committed to offering you what we call “quality of life” benefits that will complement you both professionally and personally. Health memberships, childcare, matching 401(k), pension plans, tuition reimbursement and flexible work time are just a few of these benefits. And your benefits start on your first day of employment.
The company has a lot of great benefits. They match the 401(k) dollar for dollar up to 6%. They had a pension before but now only offer it to those who are grandfathered in. To compensate those who don't have the pension they increased the 401(k) match from $0.50 on the dollar to dollar for dollar match. Some departments offer remote working opportunities. Vacation time maxes out at 5 weeks per year.
Great benefits, stock share once vested is outstanding, ADP stock holds pretty steady over several decades
Fair and have progressed over the years. Vacation, Personal Days, 401k, company stock options, and Good auto and home insurance discounts.
Best thing about working with ADP is the discounts you qualify for with different ADP clients. The worst thing about the benefits was the PTO. Although you were provided with PTO it was very difficult to get the days off that you requested.
Benefits Package had options for almost any types of coverage. Employee's contribution has increased the last few years. The emphasis was placed on opening an HSA account with employer's contributions to the account. Recent usage of HealthyRoad to encourage healthier lifestyle (smoking cessation, weight loss, etc) required a biometric workup. Earlier adopters and completers were rewarded while other who did not participate would not get any rewards.
Health insurance is adequate - they make it easy to manage high deductible health plan. Vacation allowance is pretty standard.
Health Benefits were really good and that is the ONLY thing I will miss about ADP. They were above average of other companies. I also enjoyed the pension, but too bad ADP no longer offers a pension for new employees.
For being a payroll company the benefits are okay. They are expensive and they don't cover much. I always have to pay a lot of money out of pocket.
Terrible benefits package. Health insurance is incredibly expensive Vacation time off is not competitive. Company does not have very many paid holidays. Don't expect any holidays like Martin Luther King day, Presidents' Day, or even the day after Thanksgiving. The company expects you to be working nonstop.
The health insurance has a high deductible
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