10 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: #6 ADP

Procter & Gamble
#6 ADP


Carlos A. Rodriguez, CEO

ADP has made a commitment to becoming an “Employer of Choice,” and wants to create an environment where its employees are increasingly satisfied with their work environment and opportunities.

“We offer our associates challenges, opportunities for advancement, competitive compensation and benefits, and training and development in a fast-paced business environment that is also sensitive to work-family and flexible schedule needs.Our goal is to be the clear Employer of Choice for our current and future associates.”

ADP is headquartered in Roseland, New Jersey. New Jersey ranked #47 in Chief Executive’s Best/Worst States for Business 2011.

2010 Ranking
Not ranked

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