- Adp15.Jun 2018
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- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former employee
SLC isn’t an “ADP One” location so it doesn’t get much funding or or consideration. Events, promotions, and employee incentives aren’t created specifically for the SLC location. It’s just considered an afterthought.
They do their best for SLC.
Again, SLC isn’t an “ADP One” location so this location isn’t notified as timely as others.
There are blackout dates during high volume times. Also, SLC isn’t an “ADP One” location so there isn’t much focus on work-life balance here.
I liked the work schedule flexibility.
Job security was nonexistent. Always worried about if/when the department staffing needs would change.
The company itself treats it's employees quite well. Good pay, good benefits.
In the past 12 years, I have been allowed to take about 5 training classes to improve my technical skills, but only 1 in the past 5 years.
Depends on the team. My first job at ADP was on a successful team that worked well together. After being moved (without consultation) to my current boss's team 5 years ago, I've been a team of 1, working entirely alone.
I have had under a dozen one on one meetings with my boss in the past 4 years, even though he scheduled a regular weekly conf call. He never shows up, so he never knows what I work on.
Hardly any female developers, fewer female team leads or managers, even fewer female sr management.
They just offered early retirement to folks over 55 with over 10 years service, and I believe they are doing this to get rid of highly paid employees, so they can bring in more H1B visas and overseas workers for less money.
The vast majority of technical skills I've learned here have been self taught.
If your boss appreciates your work, you'll get a good review and a nice raise every year. If your boss doesn't appreciate you, you'll get a crumby review and 1-2% cost of living raise.
Directors and above get offices with a door, everyone else sits in a tiny cube (they are currently rebuilding them to cram more people in our building)
They have paper shredding bins for confidential info, but no plastic or paper recycling bins anywhere on campus.
When I was on call, I used to be online 10-12 hours a day, with emergency conf calls at all hours of the night. Since getting off the prod ops team, I've been lucky to work 8-5 99% of the time.
ADP has a good reputation, and provides important financial trending information about the economy.
Every time an employee leaves our team, we lose the headcount, and their workload is piled on top of someone else's. Right now I'm responsible for work that used to be done by two other people, as well as my regular responsibilities.
Very diverse population, but it's still like 90% male. The majority of developers are overseas, Brazil and India.
They pay better than other companies I've applied to.
The lack of training resources and career development opportunities.