ADP VantageUsed by 74% Professionals

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  • Large Enterprises
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Vantage by ADP is a globally scalable HR system that offers a range of capabilities such as talent management, workforce management, HR payroll, benefits administration, as well as resource management. The platform aids in powering the overall business operations, and employee productivity.

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About ADP Vantage

ADP Vantage Features

  • ADP Vantage FeaturesCompensation Management : Allows you to track your employees' compensation data, manage your payroll, and more.
  • ADP Vantage FeaturesJob Management : Allows you to manage your job listings and online applications easily and efficiently.
  • ADP Vantage FeaturesTime Off Management : Provides an accurate and up-to-date view of employees' time off needs.
  • ADP Vantage FeaturesPayroll Management : Track employees' salaries, deductions, etc, and reconcile your payroll data automatically.
  • ADP Vantage FeaturesRecruitment Management : Identify and recruit the best candidates for your open positions from start to finish.
  • ADP Vantage FeaturesInterview Management : Track hiring progress and reviews with customizable interview tracking and reporting.

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Top Reviews
  • Verified User



    ADP is well known and has been around for years. We are actually evaluating getting more involved in ADP as a benefits provider and Workers Comp. I can't really compare how another company or product would stack up against them, but what I can say is it would not be beneficial for our company to change to a Paycom or Paychex because every employee has access to ADP and to take the time to train or change things around, in my opinion, would be a disaster. I would not want to take the chance. Besides ADP has been good to us and we are not thinking of making any change to anyone else.
    It is very well suited in handling the processing of our payroll and handling and the reporting and taxes that are required by the government. It has also been very well suited to keeping track of our non-exempt employees time. As these employees punch a physical time clock and ADP does well keeping track of it. ADP has gotten involved in criminal background checking. I don't use them any longer as it seems to be a longer process and more confusing so I went back to our old way of doing the criminal background checks.
    ADP has made tracking our employee's licenses & certifications easier for me. We use to track it manually on paper. We have many licenses & certifications we are tracking. I'm able to run a report and download it to Excel and then sort it to my liking. This has been working very well and presents very well for me to analyze and send reminders to employees and supervisors on a regular basis. As a mechanism to track benefits, it has been great. Again, I can run custom reports and just analyze employee's information from the screen. Keeping track of the benefits within this program has been great. I think the home page where I can post information to all employees has been a neat feature. We use it as an intranet. I post meeting dates and times such as for our 401K, AFLAC or benefit open enrollment. I use it to post open positions for employees. I post all new hires names, positions, start dates and a link to open their picture. We use it to post CPR classes. Also, just to have links to various forms that an employee may need to use or have access to, such as a grievance form, benefits form, employee handbook, incident forms, etc. Needless to say, it has been great means to inform all employees and to change the home page as the time changes and the need arises. Using ADP as a means to track time-off has been a meaningful tool. Again, we can analyze reports or make an adjustment to PTO as needed.
    It seems upon terminating an employee that ADP has changed their termination wizard. It still has Termination Classic, but I have to access it by going into the process, terminate, and choose Classic Termination. It seems like there could just be a choice on the main screen when you go into employment profile and click active and the drop down comes down Classic Termination could be an option there. To rearchive an employee you could just click a button on the screen to re-archive instead of having to go into Process then HR and to Archive. There seem to be too many steps for this process. There is an Employment profile in Employment and in Personal. I always wanted to be in the employment profile that was under Employment. For the longest time when we migrated versions, I would accidentally enter it in Personal. I always wondered why ADP could not change the terminology for the Employment Profile under Personal to something else.

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    Before ADP we outsourced our HR and Payroll functions and it was a mess. ADP was much better than nothing at the time. I wasn't here during the selection or implementation process but it didn't go well.
    I've used four HRIS systems now and ADP finishes a distant 4th out of 4. I'd never recommend anyone use ADP when there are better offerings on the market for the same or less cost.
    Everyone gets paid. HRB reporting is really easy to use (as long as you just want HR point-in-time data). Their hold music is wonderfully calming.
    We have to use different Internet browsers to do different things (IE, Chrome and Firefox all give a different user experience). E-Time is the absolutely worst time and attendance system I've ever seen or used. Way too complicated where Kronos (the benchmark) is simple and reliable. Customer service is poor. It's hard to get ADP to resolve issues. We had an issue take over 6 months to resolve and, in retrospect, the fix was simple and should have been identified and resolved that same day. It seems like ADP employees are stretched too thin, not trained well enough or both. Custom reporting is difficult to use and you cannot build the reports you want in one report. Usually have to build two or more reports. Technology is so 1989. Single sign-on? Doesn't support it. Simple integrations? Nope, can't.