Because this is the place. The place where you come to challenge yourself, share generously, take risks, and create change. Where you can grow your career with an established, respected, global leader, and feel really good about it.
The strength of our team comes from what each one of us has to offer. You’ll be welcomed and celebrated for the person you are. Our down-to-earth culture values diverse perspectives, providing a place where careers can flourish in an agile, creative and collaborative workplace. We’re creating a better way to work, so that you can have a better chance of changing the world.
What we believe in and what we expect
Turning knowledge into insight.
Integrity is Everything
Honoring our commitments. Every time.
Devoted to our client relationships.
Pioneering new and better ways to do things.
Each Person Counts
Embracing the diversity of our associates, clients and business partners.
A strong work ethic and thoughtful risk taking.
Giving back to the communities where we work and live.
Always Designing for People…
Means we’ll never stop removing obstacles and making work more open, so everyone can focus on doing what they do best. It means we are always designing for tomorrow. That’s our business, our purpose and our passion.
We create experiences, products and services that people love using everyday. Find out how.
ADP’s Commitment to Uniting on Diversity, Equity, and Equality
[LOGO] ADP, Always Designing for People
[TEXT] ADP affirms racial inequality is detrimental... to our associates... to our clients... to the communities we serve.
We recognize that leading through this crisis is a journey.
Our goal is to impact lasting change.
[SIGN] Fight Today for a Better Tomorrow
[TEXT] It takes courage to drive change. It takes courage to be "a first." We will lead with courage together.
Black and white hands join together.
[TEXT] Following through with action.
Here are our actions:
Solidarity call to create unity across our Business Resource Groups (BRGs). Adelante, Cultivate, Elevate, Generations, Inspire, iI WIN, Military Strong & Allies, Pride, Thrive.
Spoken-truth sessions with BRGs.
Timely collaborative podcast featuring leaders from our LGBTQ+ plus (Pride) and African American (Cultivate) Business Resource Groups. Members discussed intersectionality and personal emotional stories of reflection and hope.
[LOGOS] Pride, Cultivate.
A collage of photos featuring people holding handmade signs: One ADP
A black man and a white man address an audience.
[TEXT] Courageous conversations about race.
Open dialogue with our CEO
Dr. Tiffany Jana, Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership, trained 500 senior leaders and H.R. on Inclusive Leadership & Allyship.
Dr. Robert W. Livingston, faculty at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, trained 800+ ADP leaders, including our Executive team, on unconscious bias.
Resource and training for all people leaders. A poster contains an illustration of a crowd of people of different races.
[TEXT] Learning to Lead in Times of Crisis.
Signed the CEO Action Pledge in 2017 supporting more inclusive workplaces.
Task Force to drive career progression for underrepresented minorities.
A poster contains a photo of black, brown, and white hands overlapping.
[TEXT] Philanthropic grants for equality and justice... by ADP ... and our associates
1 million dollars to the United Negro College Fund in support of Black youth educational leadership and development.
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 “people” into “Always Designing for People.”
We know that it’s our people who make the difference, for our company and for companies around the globe. Sharing ideas and perspectives helps us and our clients to be better, and we like to think that makes the world a better place.
We strive to do the right thing for the local and global communities where we live and work. One way we do this is by paying you to pay it forward with volunteer time off and matching your contributions to the causes you support.
“This is the kind of environment that embraces new associates and that really is looking for external perspective, looking for a diversity of opinions, and you can come to this organization and really make an impact. Because of the journey that ADP is on there is an ability to really impact the future of the organization. And there are not a lot of companies out there that you can actually come in and feel, right from day one, that you are able to and the organization is open to you making that impact.”
Vice President of Compensation
“There is no set personality you need to grow your career here. All you have to do is be yourself and work hard, and the opportunities are going to be endless for you.”
“I love ADP. I am a huge advocate of this company because it allows me to be my whole self and I feel as though I am extremely important here. I feel like I am part of something that is bigger than my individual self.”
Watch our associates talk about what it’s like to work at ADP.
ADP – ADP Client Service and Implementation - Culture and Workplace
[TEXT] RABEYA: I would have to say the culture is definitely family. The coworkers that you have, they really turn into family. Your managers, your leaders, they're really people that you can look up to.
JEN: The culture is definitely engaging and fun. We know that you're here to do a job so we want to try to make your life as easy as possible with the support, with the knowledge, but some additional fun sprinkled in. So that is definitely one thing that keeps me with ADP because I love being my authentic self. I love working with great people. My creative side and my strategic side get to have lunch together daily, and that's what keeps me going.
DEREK: It feels like a family environment to be honest. It's relaxing. If you're having a stressful day, there are people there who can motivate you and uplift you in order to change that around. They care about what you're going through, how you feel, and that's important.
JADA: When I first graduated I was a little nervous to start working in corporate America. I thought, you know it's very intimidating. You have to be serious all the time. ADP has basically a come as you are policy, be who you are. Don't shy away from showing your true self. So the culture at ADP is comforting.
It definitely helps me do my job the way that I'm able to just because I know I can be myself. I don't have to put on a front in order for my company to take me serious. They're able to see me for who I truly am and appreciate that.
JEN: The office is not what I would consider like a typical corporate environment. As soon as you walk in, you have amenities like the cafeteria. We even have a little barista bar. You definitely have a gym. We also have a lot of patio space. So during your day you can go outside. No one is a stranger. Everyone's going to talk to you. You're going to learn about everybody just while you're standing in line to get your food.
DEREK: I work in the office at Tempe, Arizona. The vibe is amazing. You definitely have a cafeteria, but then they also have a Starbucks. There are some relaxation rooms so when you do have your breaks and your lunches, you can go there and relax, chill out. Some floors they have little games in where you can play, foosball table, things like that. Great vibe. Love the energy. I'm definitely looking forward to getting back into the office.
JADA: The vibe is amazing. Everyone is just friendly. Even if I don't know you and I see you in the hallway, it's always, "Hi. How are you today?" No matter the type of day you're having, I feel like I can just take a breath, take a walk, and I come across people that just make my day even brighter.
RABEYA: It's not super uptight with how the vibe is there. It's very friendly and just cozy. You feel like that's home.
JEN: We have a lot of friends and family type events throughout the year. We actually even had a carnival style activity. We bring rides, food, games, also we have ice cream socials in the office. We have a lot of appreciation luncheons for our associates for milestones, such as birthdays or anniversaries with ADP, but we also just like to have fun and prank each other. I've walked into sticky notes all over someone's desk, balloons coming out of drawers and offices, to glitter and confetti everywhere. So we really just try to have fun and celebrate all the wins.
JADA: I'm close to my teammates. They're like family, especially when we're in the office. I love being around them, and I can't wait to get back in the office to be around them again.
RABEYA: I can't wait to go to the office. When I was in the office I was always like I wish I could work from home. But now working from home for like a year, I'm kind of like, all right. I'm ready to go back now.
JEN: The office really does have that hype nature. The vibes are just constantly on 10. You want to go to work.
[TEXT] Visit ADP.com/careers
[LOGO] ADP, Always Designing for People.
Coming Out at Work: Our Stories
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ANDRE: What motivated me to come out? I think not being true to myself was not an option.
[TEXT] We asked our Associates about their “coming out” experience at work…
ANDRE: I actually came out in my interview. When I was asked where I see myself in the future-- in the near future, five years from now, and that's an integral part of who I am because I really, really want to be a father. And being a gay man, I do have to jump through a couple additional hoops to accomplish that.
CARMELA: I came out at work because I wanted to be able to share with, not only my coworkers, but even with my clients, the love that I have with my partner, my wife. It should not impact and will not impact the work and-- the performance of work that I provide.
JAMES: I had friends who worked in ADP already who were also members of the LGBTQ community who could really talk to my team and the people that I'd be working closely with and kind of filled them in on what type of person I was. So going into a new company was really easy, and that conversation was really easy.
MARIANA: How seriously ADP takes the zero-tolerance policy for any type of discrimination in the work environment. This, for sure, encouraged me to slowly start including my wife's name into conversations with my team in a natural way until I came out completely to everyone.
TONDREA: I'm not sure I technically had a coming out experience here at ADP, and the reason being is that I had already been out for several years-- both personally and professionally-- before I came to ADP. But I will say this, that as soon as I walked into the doors of ADP, I could tell almost immediately that I could be authentically me and that this place was a place that celebrated diverse points of view.
LACEY: It was after I had all of the support and love from the members of the community within ADP, my fellow members of ADP Pride, they really gave me the strength that I needed to come out in my personal life. So really, if you think about it, I came out to my ADP family before I came out to folks in my personal life. So I think that's a testament to the culture that we have at ADP.
LEONARDO: And when I was talking with my manager, she asked me, what would be something in the company that would make a big difference for me to take a decision to work for a company? And I said that diversity would be very important, because I'm gay. And since then, it was not necessary to start any other conversation. Also, with my teammates. So it was very natural, my coming out experience.
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[TEXT] Learn more about ADP’s commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Visit: jobs.adp.com and tech.adp.com
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Equal Employment Opportunity at ADP: ADP affirms inequality is detrimental to our associates, our clients, and the communities we serve. Our goal is to impact lasting change through our actions. Together, we unite for equality and equity. ADP is committed to equal employment opportunities regardless of any protected characteristic including: race, color, genetic information, creed, national origin, religion, sex, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, lawful alien status, ancestry, age, marital status, or protected veteran status and will not discriminate against anyone on the basis of a disability. We support an inclusive workplace where associates excel based on personal merit, qualifications, experience, ability, and job performance.