ADP is proud to be named one of the 50 Best Company For Women 2017 by Comparably, highlighting an environment that empowers women to succeed through mentoring, networking opportunities, workplace flexibility, and an inclusive culture. #workhappy #hellowork
For the ninth year in a row, ADP® has received a perfect score of 100 percent on the 2018 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) workplace equality administered by the Human Rights Campaign.
Welcome to the World of ADP
We’re changing the world of work, where staying a step ahead means creating a collaborative and agile environment within a company known for its stability, ethics, and integrity. Our down-to-earth culture welcomes diverse perspectives and creates a place where careers can flourish. We are on a transformative journey to advance human potential in powerful way, and the strength of our team comes from what each of us has to offer. What can you bring to ADP?
From our first account in Paterson, N.J., to the more than 650,000 clients we serve in more than 110 countries, ADP helps organizations of all types and sizes unlock their business potential. For 60 years, we’ve led the way in defining the future of business outsourcing solutions. And we remain one of the world’s most innovative, diverse and admired companies to work for today.
Put Your Ideas to the Test
At ADP, you are encouraged to create brilliantly designed, intuitive solutions that are changing the way people work. Right now that means automated intelligent and predictive solutions with emphasis on analytics, synaptic search, mobility, social media, and user experience. Tomorrow? Well, that’s up to you.
Imagine. Inspire. Incubate.
We believe in flashes of inspiration, the freedom of ideas, and an organic process that allows us to fast track our best ideas. We believe in people like you.
Life @ ADP - It Starts with Incredible People
There is no such thing as just another day at the office. Far from it. We believe in passion, meaning and friendships. Making an impact, shaping the future together, and putting the “human” in “a more human resource.” By creating smart HR and technology solutions, we make it possible for 60 million employees to get more out of their jobs.
Our Commitment in a Fast-Changing World
We believe that highly engaged, diverse associates are the foundation for building a better company — and a better world. We strive to ensure our workplace is inclusive and values each individual and helps associates to reach their full potential. In an increasingly competitive marketplace, our commitment to diversity allows us to deliver great service to our clients.
When we talk about being inclusive at ADP, it goes beyond corporate speak. Diversity is built in to everything we do. We are driven by the collective power of ideas from our 57,000 associates who all have different perspectives to share.
“At ADP, the business case for Diversity and Inclusion is inextricably tied to our core business—helping clients unlock their human potential. Valuing diverse perspectives promotes innovation and employee engagement—two key drivers of corporate performance. In today’s competitive marketplace, companies that excel at sustaining a diverse and inclusive workforce win.”
Chief Diversity & Corporate Social Responsibility Officer
We Pay You to Pay it Forward
Whether it’s a paid volunteer day to work in one of the local communities, or contributing to a charity you’re passionate about, we make it easier to give back. In fact, ADP offers a gift matching program. Just another way we make an even bigger impact together.
Our drive to make a difference is worldwide. ADP associates participate in hundreds of local charitable initiatives during our annual Global Month of Caring. We also give to disaster relief, humanitarian and other philanthropic efforts around the world year round.
I have been working at ADP full-time (More than 10 years)
The people, the people are the reason I enjoy waking up every morning and coming into the office. In my 20 years with the company, I have met hundreds of people. People of all kinds from many nations. People who are intelligent, warm, and exciting. I am encouraged on a constant basis to grow and learn. Whether it be tuition reimbursement, seminars, trainings, or workshops, ADP helps me to be a better me. ADP has taken me around the world and the United States. ADP recognizes my talents and embraces them and encourages me to improve them. ADP is family.
The only con is missing the people who retire or move on.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing.
I applied online. The process took 5+ months. I interviewed at ADP (Alpharetta, GA) in February 2017.
Applied back in November and didn't hear back until February. Which was fine, because of my circumstances at the time. Talked with the recruiter about the position and expressed my interest. First interview was in person, in office. Two very, very nice people talking generally over my resume. They told me then they wanted a second round. Heard back about that a few days later. Scheduling through the process was... a Struggle. I was in contact with 4 recruiters through the process so it made things strained as it was hard to know if everyone was on the same page. There was an instance where they didn't know what I was applying for and was giving me info a different position. I chalk this up to this is the first time this program has existed so I'm sure process will get better with time.
The second interview came away from my resume more but it was still the focus. Everyone I talked with was incredibly nice and supportive of the fact that I was still pursuing other companies at the same time. They (the interviewers) said that they though that we were good fits for each other. Got a (very generous) offer 3 business days later. They allowed me 2 weeks to make a decision and even extend that deadline when another company started signalling they were going to make an offer.
What sealed the deal for me was when one of my recruiters called me just to see what was on my mind and see what i was thinking, and obviously see what she could say to get me to go with ADP. She ultimately told me to go with my gut, even if that wasn't ADP. I can't tell you how much that meant to me. I went home and signed the offer that night, other offer unseen. I felt pursued, like they were fighting to get me which really helped that decision.