ADP's Diversity and Inclusion - Fuels Our Excellence
One of the reasons we say at ADP you’re in excellent company, is because ADP actively pursues an employee base that reflects the many wonderful and different cultures of our clients and the communities we serve. For ADP, diversity is much more than ensuring equal employment opportunity. It is our aim to have an inclusive workplace that values each individual and enables associates to reach their full potential. In an increasingly competitive marketplace, the diverse experiences, perspectives, ideas, and backgrounds of our associates help us deliver great service to our clients and more importantly, helps us to be our best.
Great companies act on their initiatives, take risks, and set an example at all times. Our diversity and inclusion efforts support this way of thinking, because we continually challenge ourselves to make sure we are doing our best everyday when it comes to inclusion of everyone. We have executive, regional and local diversity councils as well as women’s leadership initiatives. We also have strong relationships with universities and national professional organizations known for their diverse populations and memberships.
ADP promotes an inclusive work environment with programs that include domestic partner benefits, volunteerism, mentoring and cultural awareness programs.
Furthermore, every year we celebrate Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and LGBT Pride Month to name a few. Our aim is to recognize as well as celebrate the beauty of our multicultural and diverse workplace. This fuels our excellence and at ADP, it's a celebration that never stops.
Learn more about our association partnerships:
The National Sales Network (NSN) is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit membership organization whose objective is to meet the professional and developmental needs of African-American sales and sales management professionals. In addition to the annual conference sponsorship, we are partnered locally with five chapters across the country. For the past two years, ADP has been recognized as sponsor of the year within the Los Angeles chapter and in 2008 was recognized with the Annual Corporate Partner Award by the NY/NJ chapter of the NSN. For more information on NSN, please visit their website at www.salesnetwork.org.
The National Black MBA Association® (NBMBAA) is the most powerful social network of individuals dedicated to increasing corporate diversity. They respond to member needs through access to front-edge learning opportunities, networking, social activities, new resources and fresh ideas. ADP participates annually in the NBMBAA Conference and Exposition. For more information on the NBMBAA, please visit their website at www.nbmbaa.org.
The National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. - Division of Firms (NABA-DOF) has been the leader in expanding the influence of minority professionals in the fields of accounting and finance. ADP participates in their annual conference by attending the two-day career fair and also sponsors continuing education and networking events. For more information on the NABA-DOF, please visit their website at www.nabadof.org.
The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) is the leading professional association dedicated to enhancing opportunities for Latinos in the accounting, finance and related professions. ALPFA is a not-for-profit entity and membership is open to anyone who shares their values, mission, and principles. ADP is a corporate sponsor of their annual conference. For more information on ALPFA, please visit their website at www.alpfa.org.
ASCEND (Pan-Asian Leaders in Finance and Accounting) is a non-profit organization established in 2005. ASCEND aims to be the premier professional association for enhancing the presence and influence of Asian Americans in the accounting and finance professions. ADP was a participating sponsor for ASCEND’s Inaugural Annual Conference in 2008. For more information on ASCEND, please visit their website at www.ascendleadership.org.
The National Organization On Disability (NOD) is a private, non-profit organization that promotes the full participation of America’s 54 million people with disabilities in all aspects of life. Today, NOD focuses on increasing employment opportunities for the 79 percent of working-age Americans with disabilities who are not employed. The NOD researches, develops, and demonstrates creative approaches to disability employment issues. This work includes piloting innovative projects, providing consultative and technical assistance designing programs, and performing research to better understand the issues underlying the employment gap for people with disabilities. For more information about NOD, please visit their website at http://nod.org.
Out & Equal Workplace Advocates is committed to ending employment discrimination for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees. They are dedicated to ensuring people are judged by the work they do, not by their sexual orientation or gender identity. Every day, Out & Equal Workplace Advocates work to protect and empower employees to be productive and successful—so they can support themselves, their families, and contribute to achieving a world free of discrimination for everyone.
The Women's’ Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is the nation’s leading advocate of women’s business enterprises as suppliers to corporate America. In fact, WBENC is the only national organization that brings WBEs and corporations together to work toward the mutual goal of improving marketing opportunities for resourceful women-owned businesses as vendors and suppliers to the nation’s corporate and non-profit sectors. ADP is a certified corporate member of WBENC. For more information on WBENC, please visit their website at www.wbenc.org.
Women in Technology International (WITI) is the nation's leading trade association for professional, tech-savvy women committed to using technology, resources and connections to advance women worldwide. With a global network of smart, talented women and a market reach exceeding two million, WITI has established powerful strategic alliances and programs to provide connections, resources, and opportunities within a supportive environment of women committed to helping each other. ADP sponsored WITI Networking events in Roseland, NJ and Alpharetta, GA in 2009. For more information on WITI, please visit their website at www.witi.com.
The HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Initiative supports partnerships with schools across the Southeast. HBCU's are institutions of higher education in the U.S. that were established before 1964 with the intention of serving the black community. These partnerships enable ADP to work with key faculty and students to assist with professional development in preparation for internship and full-time employment opportunities. For more information on HBCU, please visit their website at www.HBCU.com.