TEMPE, Ariz. — A global management company has made its way to the desert, bringing plenty of new jobs along with it.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced Friday that ADP is set to open a new location in Tempe this spring.
The office will create up to 1,500 new jobs and invest nearly $34 million into the Tempe community, according to the governor’s office.
“ADP’s decision to significantly expand its Arizona workforce demonstrates that industry-leading companies are confident they can create large numbers of jobs in our state and find the best candidates to fill them,” Ducey said. “Not only does Arizona offer an exceptional talent pool for employers to choose from, it offers a lifestyle that attracts and retains the skilled workers that companies like ADP require.”
ADP is a comprehensive global provider of cloud-based Human Capital Management solutions, serving more than 650,000 clients around the world. Its new 200,000 square-foot office will offer the space necessary for a company of ADP’s nature.
“The new Tempe office is key to our overall Service Alignment strategy and supports our goal of providing an exceptional experience for our clients and associates,” said Dinora Sanchez, the senior vice president of Global Business Transformation at ADP.
The effort was made possible through a partnership between Ducey’s office, the city of Tempe, the Arizona Commerce Authority and the Greater Phoenix Economic Council.
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