- ADP moves into the Top 10 for the first time. President and CEO Carlos Rodriguez has integrated diversity into all aspects of ADP's talent process, including hiring, talent development, and succession planning.
- Human capital metrics of associate diversity are components of the strategic objectives in their executive compensation plans. By holding themselves accountable to results, ADP is in position to achieve 33 percent women representation and 20 percent minority representation in their executive ranks by fiscal year 2019, a five-point improvement over a three-year period.
- ADP has twice as many Latinos in the top two levels of management than the national average for U.S. companies.
- Last month, Rita Mitjans, Chief Diversity and Corporate Social Responsibility Officer, received the 2018 Big Advocate of the Year award by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Essex, Hudson and Union Counties.
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As a global leader in human capital management, ADP knows that attracting and retaining top talent is critical to their success. Diversity & Inclusion enables the organization to make decisions faster, innovate, and develop cutting-edge HR Technology for their clients around the world.
In 2017, ADP signed on to the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion Pledge and committed to encourage difficult conversations about race and gender among associates, expand unconscious bias training, and share their best practices with others on the journey to build fair and equitable workplaces for all.
Diversity is integrated into all aspects of ADP's talent process including Hiring, Talent Development, and Succession planning. Human capital metrics of associate diversity are even components of the strategic objectives in their executive compensation plans.
And it's working. By holding themselves accountable to results, ADP is in position to achieve 33% female representation and 20% minority representation in their executive ranks by fiscal year 2019 (a five-point improvement respectively over a three-year period).
President and CEO
"ADP's commitment to diversity and inclusion runs from the bottom up and the top down — it's part of who we are at ADP. Our associates play an active role in advancing diversity and inclusion, and our leadership is accountable for accelerating that work and measuring its impact and success."
Chief Diversity and Corporate Social Responsibility Officer
"Given that ADP is a Human Capital Management leader, we know that the war for talent continues to challenge businesses. And for our company to remain a desirable destination for the world's top talent — we must continue to offer programs and benefits that meet the needs of an increasingly diverse workforce."
U.S. Headquarters: Roseland, N.J.
Global Employees: 58,945
Last Year's DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking • No. 17
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- No. 15 Diversity Councils
- LGBT Employees