I worked at ADP full-time (More than 8 years)
I worked for ADP Dealer Services. They bought out the company I was working for and immediately the culture changed to one of more professionalism, more by the book.
I had a great career there, traveled the world, worked hard and learned lots.
If you want to see corporate business in action ADP is a great place to work.
With all that corporate focus the individual gets very little attention. It's really about the numbers, numbers, numbers in ADP. There is a relentless pursuit of hitting targets - and this applies everywhere not just to sales people. While the pursuit of numbers in itself is not a bad thing it was the relentless, nothing else matters, the customer must conform attitude that was wearying.
There is little to no room for individuality. It's a stifling place to work unless you adjust to the corporate mantra.
Advice to Management
Lots of stuff done by the textbook. But you won't find your people in a textbook.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at ADP in January 2010.
First I applied online, and honestly I was applying all over the place at the time and was surprised when a recruiter called me and asked to schedule a phone interview. I said yes and we spoke again at the appointed time, he asked me some background questions, got clarification on some of the points of my resume and said that based on the conversation he wanted to schdule a group interview. About a week later I met with some management at ADP and the interview lasted about and hour. They asked technical questions, situational questions and a few others. It was about a week later when the recruiter who interviewed me on the phone called with and offer and I accepted. Hands down the best interview/job finding process I've ever experienced.
It's a pretty set-in-stone amount... I'd possibly try for extra time off if I had to do it again.
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