Compare ADP vs McKesson BETA

See how McKesson 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)
(based on 8699 reviews)
(based on 2939 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
ADP Ceo Carlos A. Rodriguez
87%Carlos A. Rodriguez
McKesson Ceo Brian Tyler
78%Brian Tyler
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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What Employees Say

"Work life balance"(in 789 reviews)
"Great benefits"(in 424 reviews)
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"Good benefits"(in 226 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 296 reviews)
"No cons"(in 163 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 133 reviews)
"Upper management"(in 95 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - MyLife Advisor II

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


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.


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. :)

I have been working at McKesson


Really great people working on things that matter. Commitment to patients, employees and shareholders. I have never met nicer people who are empathetic, positive and believe in the greater good.... Brian Tyler is a breath of fresh air and is trying to advance the culture.


Still very federated with incentives and goals aligned to individual goals.

Advice to Management

Truly get enterprise focused. Set incentive plans at the enterprise level. Reorganize functionally and reward leaders for collaboration and peer relationships. Reduce shadow functions (like HR or IT)... by having them be paid outside of the function.

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