Compare ADP vs MOGL BETA

See how MOGL vs. ADP compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
3.7
(based on 8720 reviews)
3.8
(based on 34 reviews)
Career Opportunities
3.6
3.6
Compensation & Benefits
3.7
3.7
Work-life balance
3.7
3.9
Senior Management
3.3
4.0
Culture & Values
3.8
4.2
CEO Approval
ADP Ceo Carlos A. Rodriguez
87%Carlos A. Rodriguez
MOGL Ceo Jon Carder
95%Jon Carder
% Recommend to a friend
73%
74%
Positive Business Outlook
65%
71%

Salaries

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What Employees Say

Pros
"Work life balance"(in 792 reviews)
"Great benefits"(in 424 reviews)
There are no reviews matching this company.
Cons
"Work life balance"(in 301 reviews)
"No cons"(in 164 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - MyLife Advisor II

I have been working at ADP full-time for less than a year

Pros

ADP is truly one of the best places I have ever worked. You are consistently praised by your managers, you have a clear insight as to what your expectations are, and there is an overwhelming amount... of room for growth/opportunity. The relationship between upper management and associates is amazing - never have I worked somewhere where the Senior VP's are easily approachable if needed; nor have I been somewhere where the Senior VP's have no problem recognizing associates when performance is done well. The MyLife Advisor space is a GREAT starter into ADP - you learn the ropes of multiple business units, and you are given the basic knowledges of each specific department (i.e. payroll, benefits, etc.). Yes - there are a lot of reports run on a daily basis, but if you're doing your job, it's not that hard to maintain an Exceeding Expectations level of performance. The key is to communicate with your manager on off days.

Cons

There are really only two cons I can think of here. 1. You are expected to be ON TIME every single day - if you're a minute late, this tallies up and is kept track of. There's not a lot of wiggle... room for being late, and for those like me who struggle with time management, it's not my strong suit. I tend to prefer coming in roughly on time, and stay late every day to ensure my duties are done. However, this is common with hourly positions so it's nothing too crazy. ;-) 2. In comparison to other departments, we are on the lower end of the scale in terms of pay. Keep this in mind when applying for this position - if you are a single parent with one salary, this may not be the most easy role for you financially. However, the true value in the position is in the experience, so if you're starting off your career and can handle a lower pay, you will gain SO much in knowledge.

Advice to Management

Thank you for all that you do - it's so hard to maintain the balance of ensuring each associate is happy, but this is such a supportive environment and I am so grateful to be here. :)

Current Employee - Sales

I have been working at MOGL full-time for more than 3 years

Pros

I have worked at Mogl for over 3 years, the culture here is the best I have ever experienced. It offers a very open environment between C level executives and entry level employees. The direction... that the executives are taking this company is very clear, and everyone top to bottom is obviously excited to be a part of our journey. Nearly every person in this company is very career driven and willing to do whatever it takes to move up and grow with the company, you rarely see so many dedicated individuals in one place. Everyones drive means you have to go way above and beyond to acheive the internal promotions offered here, because you're competing against some superstars. Every month we hit goal in sales we go out on a company event, my favorites have been, paint balling, go carting, and last month we rented jet ski's in the bay. Additionally, we're moving to a new super start-upy office with 2 kegerators!! and it's like double the size of our current one which is great for expansion. There are probably 3, maybe 4 start-ups in the San Diego area that this far along and so likely to become something massive. I feel very lucky to have received the opportunity to be a part of this one.

Cons

As far as cons go there's nothing outside of your standard start-up challenges which could also be viewed as pro's, you're payed a little less but offered stock, changes happen regularly that may or... may not affect you, some of the cultural traditions can be cheesy, goals can be massive, tough work life balance, and there's fairly high pressure on your performance. Again, these are standard Start-Up challenges, that double as pros, and the payoff of embracing these things can be life changing. I wouldn't have it any other way.

Advice to Management

Put basketball hoops in the new office and keep doing what you're doing it's obviously working.

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