I'm a new employee (less than 3 months) and so far my experience has been positive. Everyone that I've met, including my senior director, is straight-forward but also very helpful. The onboarding... process seemed intense at first because it took almost two weeks to complete. I realized however that the way SHI did it was better. Most companies I've worked at had long, boring 2 to 3 day long new employee orientations. SHI breaks theirs up into small chunks of 30 and 60 minute sessions over your first two weeks which made it feel less overwhelming. Also, there are A LOT of opportunities to join and grow within the company. Most of the employees I've met have been at SHI for over 10+ and have moved to different positions. I've even met people who left the company and came back. That says something.
A lot of growth has happened over the past year and there's a lot of restructuring taking place. I see that it's going to take some time for me to adjust and remember everyone but I think these are... the pains that most growing companies go through.
• ADP invests in its employees like no other company I've experience • Work-Life balance is real. ADP has proven to me that there is such a thing as a good and true-to-life balance • Benefits... are A+++ 5 stars. From healthcare to 401k and full match • 2 raises in one year in 2021 after a pandemic. That says quite a bit • Bonuses that are fair, equal, and sizeable enough to be excited about • Company Culture is amazing. Speaking about my team and management, everyone pitches in and helps regardless of if it is their responsibility or not. It Feels amazing to work with a team that will help me in a pinch when needed • My boss, who is amazing, has taken on-boarded me in a way that teaches me the biz while providing me with 'teachable moments' without me even realizing it. A true teacher/leader and now my mentor
NONE • I wouldn't be able to find an inkling of a con if I tried to make a lie up. Nothing but positive things to say