No. 14 | ADP

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In 2021, ADP launched the Diversity & Inclusion Talent Task Force to ensure equitable representation at all leadership levels for under-represented talent. By enhancing our hiring process, we are more effectively sourcing, interviewing and hiring Black/African American, Hispanic and other under-represented talent. Further, we’ve aligned our career development programs, promotion practices and retention strategies to assist in closing any representation gaps.

We believe in embedding D&I principles throughout ADP’s business, from our policies to our products. ADP technology enables employers to measure progress. Workforce tools, like ADP DataCloud, deliver actionable insights and provide employers with greater visibility into their workforce. The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Dashboard, for example, allows employers to compare metrics, identify gaps and make recommendations on where to make investments to strengthen their teams.

ADP also embraces our role in giving back to and generating a lasting, positive impact on the communities in which we work and live. We pledge to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 and we are developing a Paris Agreement-compliant climate transition plan that will include short, medium and long-term global goals towards this target.

Company Facts


U.S. Headquarters: Roseland, NJ

Global Employees: 58,000

2021 DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking: No. 8

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