Corporate & Social Responsibility

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Continuously making

a positive impact.

Whether it’s a paid volunteer day to work in one of the local communities, or contributing to a charity you’re passionate about, we make it easier to give back. In fact, ADP offers a gift matching program. Just another way we make an even bigger impact together.

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ADP 1 Million Meals for Rise Against Hunger

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Logo: ADP, Always Designing for People.
Text: Our associates are the heart and soul of ADP, giving their time and treasure to global causes like Rise Against Hunger that address real human issues like hunger.
— Rita Mitjans, ADP's chief diversity and social responsibility officer.
Text: Congratulations to ADP on your Rise Against Hunger Million Meal Milestone. It is with partners like ADP that we believe ending hunger is possible.
— Rod Brooks, CEO of Rise Against Hunger.
Kristen
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Here at ADP, we are doing our part to end hunger. Today alone, we are partnering with Rise Against Hunger. And across 15 ADP locations, all the way from Roseland, New Jersey to San Dimas, California, we have over 1,400 associates packaging over 200,000 meals.
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Packing meals
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Our associates at ADP are always looking for initiatives to make a positive impact in our communities, and this is a great way for them to make a difference.
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El Paso, Texas
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I love that ADP gives associates the time to volunteer and be able to do this type of work outside of their normal day job. And the fact that we're providing 1 million meals to people globally is really impactful and makes a difference in everybody's life.
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Miami, Florida
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During this event and since we began our partnership with Rise Against Hunger in 2016, ADP is hitting a huge milestone. We will be packaging our one millionth meal with Rise Against Hunger helping nourish 10,000 people worldwide.
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Pleasanton, California
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Our associates really love that they're able to take time out of their workday to give back to the communities in which they live and work. And they're supported here at ADP in doing that. What I love about an event like this and partnering with Rise Against Hunger is that we're really giving associates an opportunity to give back to their community and live out ADP's values while also having an impact globally.
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Find out more at jobs.adp.com.
Logo: ADP, Always Designing for People.
Text: ADP, the ADP logo, and Always Designing for People are trademarks of ADP, LLC. Copyright © 2018-2019 ADP, LLC. All rights reserved.

Making an impact at work and beyond.

We support and encourage our associates’ passion to volunteer in their communities. 12,000+ associates in 11 countries made a difference and had fun in the process.

CYCLE FOR THE CAUSE

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Men cycle down a narrow path surrounded by trees.
Text: Rita Mitjans, Chief Diversity & Corporate Social Responsibility Officer, Emeritus, ADP
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Cycle for the Cause is really the largest event that ADP has ever done in terms of fundraising and social responsibility.
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Text: Jens Audenaert, Global Co-chair, ADP Pride
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We're here to support the LGBT center in New York City, and support to fight against AIDS. And we have a crew of about 158 ADP associates.
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Text: Jan Siegmund, ADP Alumni, CFO
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We have a rider from India, we have a rider from South America, we have riders from Europe, from Canada, and from all over the states.
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They're going to be riding 275 miles from Boston to New York.
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As a company, we really stand behind social causes, and we're just thrilled to be a part of it.
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Team ADP will be raising over $500,000 in support of this amazing cause.
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Text: Jordi Conrado, VP, Product Development, ADP
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I've never done three days this big, so everyone should be nervous. I'm nervous.
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Text: Carlos Rodriguez, President & CEO, ADP
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I'm very nervous. [LAUGHS] But it's going to be fun. It's going to be great!
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Text: Glennda Testone, Executive Director, The Center
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The ADP team is the largest team we have ever had on Cycle for the Cause.
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People have been working hard getting ready for the ride for over a year, so it just shows the spirit of the company when it comes to social responsibility.
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Today, we're all riding as one ADP.
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One ADP! Woo!
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Text: Sujnan Venkatesh, DVP, Human Resources, ADP
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It's just such incredible stories and passion around, so I'm actually honored to be a part of it.
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Text: Bill O’Connell, VP, Business Security Officer, ADP
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Everybody's going to suffer through it together, and at the end of the day we're raising half a million dollars for a really great cause. So I think that'll help us power through.
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We're feeling great! Woo!
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So excited and really exhilarating first 40 miles, I think. Halfway through the first day it couldn't be better.
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Text: Michael Bonarti, General Counsel, ADP
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It's been just a wonderful inspiration for me personally, and my wife is riding with me.
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I don't really want to get there too soon. [LAUGHS] It's a lot of fun.
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Text: Barry McKillop, ADP Family
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This concept of riding as one and riding as a family, really came to like that.
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Text: Debbie Dyson, President, National Account Services, ADP
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I've had many people come up and say what a fabulous company that we're doing this all together, so you've got to have a lot of pride in that.
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ADP!
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Text: Ben Maddox, Husband of Jan Siegmund
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The sense of community is what sort of balances all the pain and the challenge. I've met new people, I've met new friends. On day three, we can't wait to bike through New York City, and celebrate the incredible victory of Cycle for the Cause.
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A large group of cyclists walk their bikes to the starting point.
Text: Raj Uttamchandani, VP, BRM & Client Relations, ADP
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You see it this morning. The energy is incredible. We're going to do this! It's going to be exciting, so let's go!
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The cyclists ride through the streets of New York City.
Text: Pamela Jennings, Solution Design Manager I, ADP
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Day three was the most diverse ride. Coming through the city was amazing. I didn't realize New York City was so beautiful!
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Text: Jim Sperduto, SVP, Major Accounts Sales, ADP
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Once you hit the Bronx then Manhattan, it was fun.
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Emotional, super excited, and exhausted.
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ADP has heart. You can feel that today.
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The cyclists cross the finish line with spectators cheering.
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I feel really thankful for ADP. The more the ride grows, the more people we can help at the center around HIV and AIDS.
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This ride exemplifies really what ADP is all about. It's about staying together as a team, showing that we care, and delivering for the good cause to end AIDS.
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A group stands on a stage with a podium that reads The Center.
Logo: ADP, Always Designing for People.
Text: ADP, the ADP logo, and Always Designing for People are trademarks of ADP, LLC. Copyright © 2018-2020 ADP, LLC. All rights reserved.

ADP - Rita Mitjans Discusses the ADP Foundation

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Logo: ADP, Always Designing for People.
Text: How does ADP support social responsibility?
Rita Mitjans, Chief Diversity and Social Responsibility Officer
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The ADP Foundation is a great vehicle to engage our associates in giving back to our local communities. It is one way that ADP actually supports one of our values, which is social responsibility. In essence, it is an organization that is separate from the ADP company, but it is set up specifically to match employees' giving to support organizations around the world that align with our corporate social responsibility values and to really help ADP make an impact in the communities in which we work and live.
The ADP Foundation really has a number of, I would say, key roles it plays in furthering ADP's commitment to our community. First, it starts with our own associates. It really is there to support the giving priorities of our associates. It also provides scholarships for our associates' children who qualify, as well. And we actually are very proud to have the Henry Taub Scholarship, which actually is open to all associates around the world.
The foundation was really started by one of our former CEOs, Josh Weston, who is himself a tremendous philanthropist. His vision was to really leverage the foundation as a way to recognize our associates' desire to give back to our communities, but also to make an impact as a company and as a social citizen.
And the foundation, although it's a US entity, actually does support global organizations. So we support Habitat for Humanity International, Junior Achievement Worldwide Girls, Inc—just some examples of some of the organizations that the foundation is involved with and supports. We also, in addition to the scholarships, also support diversity initiatives. And that's another great way that we align our corporate social responsibility with our desire to help underserved communities.
ADP Cares is one of the programs that, again, was originally funded by the ADP foundation. But it really is sort of like a GoFundMe for associates. It is a tool that really allows associates to provide support, financial support, for those associates that are financially distressed and in need. And the fund really is, as I said, funded by a combination of ADP match through the foundation and also associate donations.
And it's there in times of need, whether it's personal financial distress or recovering from a natural disaster. Many associates are actually able to apply for funding for short-term funding through the ADP Cares fund.
If you're thinking about joining ADP, I would say part of the reason, part of the value proposition for you is this is a company that really puts people first, that really focuses on the individual, their contributions, regardless of where you come from. If you're excited about a company with a purpose that cares deeply about its community and wants to give back and if you like the diversity of opportunity available to you, then I think ADP is a great place to be.
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Text: Ready to join a purpose-driven company? Learn more @ jobs.adp.com.
Logo: ADP, Always Designing for People.
Text: ADP, the ADP logo, and Always Designing for People are trademarks of ADP, LLC. Copyright © 2017-2020 ADP, LLC. All rights reserved.

ADP's Global Month of Caring

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Text: May is ADP's Global Month of Caring, Every year associates volunteer to make a positive impact in the communities where we live and work.
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SPEAKER 1: I'm working for the community. Community is important to me. Volunteering is important to me. It brings a lot of joy and enthusiasm to the people that receive the community work that we do. Especially with ADP, it's really important for us as a team to do team building exercises like these and just to give back on a whole.
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Text: Globally, more than 7,000 associates gave a total of 21,000 volunteer hours, participating in over 150 activities and 1,150 charities. This is how we are helping to make the world a better place.
Argentina, volunteered at local animal shelter
Australia, raised money for children in need
Brazil, revitalization of children center and renovation of local library
Canada, waste removal.
Chile, senior care supplies drive and volunteered at elder center.
China, volunteered at children center.
France, food bank donations
India, food bank donations
Netherlands, toy donations
Peru, senior care supplies drive and volunteered at elder center
Philippines, school supplies drive and meal packaging
Romania, Bucharest half marathon in support of charities for children
Spain, games of caring in support of local community kitchen
Switzerland, volunteered at local schools
Tunisia, food bank and volunteered at children center
United States, food bank and meal packaging, water drive, Habitat for Humanity and Special Olympics
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SPEAKER 2: One of the things that I love about being an ADPer 11 years now is the opportunity to give back to the community. Volunteer hours, activities to come here, do things with the team is truly refreshing and very fulfilling. So thank you, ADP! You rock.
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Text: Making an impact at work and beyond. Find out more at jobs.adp.com.
Month of Caring
Logo: ADP, Always Designing for People.
Text: ADP, the ADP logo, and Always Designing for People are trademarks of ADP, LLC. Copyright © 2019 ADP, LLC. All rights reserved.

The feeling is universal.

Our drive to make a difference is felt worldwide. ADP associates participate in hundreds of local charitable initiatives during our annual Global Month of Caring. We also give to disaster relief, humanitarian and other philanthropic efforts around the world year round.

Read more about how we make a positive, global impact in ADP’s Global Corporate Social Responsibility Report.

Schools, STEM & career support

Everything we do is about unlocking human potential. That’s why we’re proud to invest heavily in the employability of future generations – building schools, contributing to STEM programs, supporting women’s leadership opportunities, and more. We support programs and initiatives such as Habitat for Humanity International, Junior Achievement® Worldwide, Rise Against Hunger®,Dress for Success® and Girls Inc.®, as well as local and regional organizations in the countries where we do business.

Eco-friendly @ ADP

ADP is constantly looking at ways to conserve energy and water in our buildings. We engage our associates in programs that reduce waste and encourage recycling. We’re updating our workspaces, creating modern workplaces with access to natural light and open floor plans. As we renovate our offices, we donate excess supplies and furniture and recycle electronics and construction debris.

Most of our ADP locations are easily accessible by public transportation. We sponsor ride sharing programs, and, in selected locations, we have installed charging stations for your electric vehicles. We support our communities where we work and live by offering paid time off for volunteering, and conducting drives throughout the year to collect clothing, eyeglasses, books, and other necessities.

The golden rule

There is no question about ethical behavior at ADP. It’s non-negotiable. We expect each one of our associates to do the right thing, always.

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