On a mission.
To give Veterans and military spouses a career they can be proud of. Whether it’s solving business challenges for our clients, keeping our data secure, or adding to our growing client list, you’ll know you’re making an impact here.
Why do Veterans work at ADP?
Our values are your values: Integrity, Service & Innovation
And make a difference for the world!
Our latest opportunities.
Transition with Confidence
See what it was like for others to transition to ADP.
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Veterans need the opportunity to show business leaders that they can do the hard work in the corporate world. ADP understands this and trains us for our roles and provides the support we need to feel confident about the job we’re doing. Civilian life is much different than military life, and we Veterans approach it with a unique set of skills—leadership, integrity, grace under pressure. All of these attributes translate nicely to the work I am doing today at ADP.
As an ADP associate, I’m given the opportunity to thrive and grow. Every day, I get to come to work and perform at the top of my game! That’s something I really pride myself on – and enjoy.
ADP has been the best opportunity I could ask for coming out of my military experience. They are diverse and understanding, and give you much freedom to speak and be heard. There is always an opportunity to voice an idea on how to help further job efficiency in day-to-day operations. This job is amazing!
I am to delighted to have found a job at ADP, a company that understands that being a military spouse requires balancing a demanding lifestyle and career aspirations. ADP affords me the ability to manage my career and be the military spouse and mother that my family needs.
I choose ADP every day because of the continued support I receive in developing my skills as a leader in the organization.
Expanding upon my leadership skills was my greatest opportunity when transitioning from the military into ADP. No one is a born leader, but in the military when you tell someone to do something they do it. In the corporate world you need to have multiple leadership tools and techniques to pull from when leading people.