ADP Philippines inaugurates its expansion in Alabang

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ADP, a leading global provider of Human Capital Management and business process outsourcing recently inaugurated its new expansion in the Philippines.

With more than 1,000 capacity, ADP’s new offices at the Aeon Centre in Filinvest, Alabang, Muntinlupa City bring ADP’s total capacity in the Philippines close to 4,000 associates, including the current site at the Glorietta 2 Corporate Center in Makati City.

ADP Philippines vice president and general manager Josep Elias said, “With this expansion, ADP is confirming its trust in the Philippines and its investment forecast for years to come. This is thanks to the great value that our Philippine associates are delivering to the company.”

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In photo during the inauguration of ADP’s new offices in Filinvest, Alabang are (left to right): Tina Tromiczak, Division Vice President for Global Operations and Print Services – ADP; Josep Elias, Vice President & General Manager – ADP (Phils.), Inc.; Debbie Dyson, Corporate Vice President for Client Experience & Continuous Improvement – ADP; and Cris Mirador, Senior Director for Shared Services – ADP (Phils.), Inc.

Joining Elias at the inaugural rites were Debbie Dyson, Corporate Vice President for Client Experience and Continues Improvement and Tina Tromiczak, Division Vice President for Global Operations and Print Services from ADP, LLC.

“Our organization’s growth is a reflection of how we infuse human insight with technology. It is part of our culture to constantly innovate and also focus on any company’s greatest asset: its people,” said Elias.

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ADP Philippines inaugurates its expansion in Alabang

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