ADP® Executive Named Black Enterprise Woman of Power


ROSELAND, N.J. - March 3, 2015 - Debbie Dyson, corporate vice president client experience and continuous improvement for ADP®, has been recognized as one of Black Enterprise magazine's Women of Power.


Each year, the Black Enterprise Women of Power ranking recognizes women of color, who are in the top echelon of business management. Candidates are judged based on the extent to which their influence upon the company has a direct impact on revenues, profitability, product development and brand position. The criteria also include the scope of their career; their ability to influence the direction of major corporations through board membership, their access to the CEO, top management and corporate board and their industrywide reputation. Those chosen are honored at the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit.

"The Women of Power Summit is an uplifting and inspiring event, and I'm honored to have been named to this prestigious list,” said Dyson. "This recognition is a testament to ADP's commitment to a diverse and inclusive workforce.  Our company rewards individuals who perform and offers pathways to advancement for those who want to grow and excel.”

Dyson began her ADP career in 1988 as an account manager in the National Account Services business unit and advanced through several levels of increased responsibility and leadership to her current position.  She now is a member of the executive committee and leads ADP's enterprise-wide business process innovation (BPI) efforts, providing governance, tools and best practices that markedly improve   our end-to-end client experience.   As a result, she has succeeded in accelerating profitable growth and creating a sustainable competitive advantage in the marketplace.

ADP is widely recognized for its dedication to diversity and inclusion.  For the past five years, DiversityInc magazine ranked ADP among its "Top 50 Companies for Diversity.”   In 2014, Working Mother magazine recognized ADP on its list of Best Companies for Working Mothers as well as its Best Companies for Multicultural Women.  In addition, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation named ADP as a top-rated employer for six consecutive years.


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Employers around the world rely on ADP (NASDAQ: ADP) for cloud-based solutions and services to help manage their most important asset - their people. From human resources and payroll to talent management to benefits administration, ADP brings unmatched depth and expertise in helping clients build a better workforce. A pioneer in Human Capital Management (HCM) and business process outsourcing, ADP serves more than 610,000 clients in 100 countries.

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