- 5.0May 9, 2023
Best Company to work forRetirement Services District ManagerCurrent Employee
You always have help, direction, and multiple partners to work with. The company has a great setup.
If you are the type of person that wants to completely work alone and completely manage your own schedule, you may not like the structure of having a team and partners to work with. It may seem like you are being micromanaged in the beginning but that is only to help you reach your success. Once you are up and running, you will have more freedom and flexibility.ADP Response5mo
Thank you for the fantastic review! We are thrilled that you love working at ADP and appreciate the positive feedback you have shared.
- 5.0Sep 24, 2023Human Capital Management ConsultantCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearOrlando, FL
The training is extensive and ongoing
As with many start-ups/newer platforms, you have to find your own way. But once you get into the groove, it becomes second nature.
- 1.0Sep 15, 2023NOC TechnicianCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearElk Grove Village, IL
It was close to home.
One of the worst IT jobs I ever had. Like being in a little boys club on a rudderless ship. ADP takes the word disorganization and raises the bar to a new level. Right hand has no clue what the left hand is doing in this organization. They all know that certain things that have outdated and incorrect information, but not one person takes the time to clean it up to make the job more efficient. Clean up aisle 6? Just use 5 and 7, and you'll be fine. Meetings are overrun with endless boring conversations of Disney, pickleball & Frisbee-golf. I worked here for over a year and we had a manager for about 2.5 months and he quit. They have had outage calls that lasted more than 2 days and you'll be stuck on these calls taking notes for other departments outages. The criticism from some loud employees in this department is too much to take!2ADP Response2w
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