People and ideas, both.
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 57,000 associates who all have different perspectives to share.
Our commitment in a fast-changing world.
Competing globally means understanding what different businesses (and their employees) want and need to be productive and successful. The same goes for our own company and the things that matter to you. Like benefits that fit individual needs, respect for multiculturalism and supplier diversity. We also support global and community programs that empower transitioning military veterans, young people and people with disabilities.
Building strong partnerships.
We sponsor a number of professional organizations that help us attract and develop diverse talent in all areas of our business. Some of our partnerships:
Not just talk. Action.
Our senior leadership team reflects the diversity of our workforce and the global marketplace we serve. We are firmly focused on ensuring that all great talent – regardless of age, race, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual preference or other human characteristic – has an opportunity to contribute to ADP’s success.
2016 Working Mother of the Year: Laura Brown
In honor of our selection as one of the “100 Best Companies,” we also celebrated our own “2016 Working Mother of the Year”: Laura Brown, Senior Vice President and General Manager for ADP’s Major Account Services.
No glass ceilings here.
This year, our Women in Leadership event brought together 180+ female executives from ADP offices around the world. The three-day forum included prominent speakers on the topics of leadership and personal development and a half-day dedicated to social responsibility.
Food for the mind and soul: That’s how we do it here.
Celebrating the world of work through our associates.
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Sharing what we have in common.
ADP Tunisia has a very active work council that organizes a lot of activities for us to share and enjoy. This includes sports, cultural events, walking tours,
museum visits, cinema tickets and more. Children of our associates have had their own special activities, like breakfast at the zoo. Best of all, our associates
have even travelled internationally on group trips to places like Istanbul and Belgrade.
Learning from each other.
“ADP’s Business Resource Groups help associates connect globally with a network of people that share common interests and experiences. These connections make ADP stronger as a company, by helping to:
- Promote the value of diversity and cultural awareness.
- Accelerate associate engagement, retention and career development.
- Support talent acquisition initiatives through new avenues.
- Identify business and volunteer outreach opportunities.
- Address changing business demands with an eye on the next generation.
- Build relationships with diverse markets in our communities.
- Enhance our products to meet the needs of diverse associate populations around the world.”