Video: Creating an Inclusive Workplace

ADP’s President and CEO on how ADP uses diverse teams to improve customer relationships.


Carlos Rodriguez

President and CEO

ADP

Carlos Rodriguez was named President and Chief Executive Officer in November 2011.Rodriguez has been with ADP since 1999, most recently as President and Chief Operating Officer since May 2011, and previously as President of National Account Services and Employer Services International. He joined ADP through its acquisition of Vincam, where he served initially as CFO for a short period before becoming President of ADP TotalSource. Under his leadership, TotalSource became the fastest growing, as well as the largest, Professional Employer Organization (PEO) in the industry.

Rodriguez then spent several years as President of ADP’s Small Business Services (SBS), which included ADP’s small business payroll services, ADP TotalSource and ADP Retirement Services. Under his leadership, SBS launched “RUN Powered by ADP” payroll management service, which has become one of ADP’s fastest growing product platforms.

Rodriguez holds master of business administration and bachelor of arts degrees from Harvard University.

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