Wells Fargo Payroll Clients Being Moved to ADP

What’s Changed?

In an effort to reduce costs, Wells Fargo has agreed to transition their payroll services clients to payroll and HR giants, ADP. The transition, which will begin May 24th, is scheduled to be completed by the beginning of the first quarter of 2020. The agreement means that Wells Fargo will slash over 200 job in their consumer banking business payroll services department, and that all future and current payroll client requests will be handled by ADP.

What Effect Has This Had?

Current Wells Fargo payroll clients have been notified of the transition to ADP, and some are looking for other options. In the conversations that we have had with current Wells Fargo clients, some have had bad experiences with ADP in the past, and others are concerned with what they have heard about the customer service they may receive.

Want Another Option?

If you are a current Wells Fargo client, and would like to switch to a payroll provider other than ADP, Time & Pay is here to help. We will make sure the transition is as easy on you as possible, and work diligently to make sure your company’s needs are met from the beginning. Contact us and see how Time & Pay makes payroll more than just producing a paycheck!

Author: Andy Scheu
Andy was just six years old when his father started Time & Pay and has watched it grow from a one-man show to an organization with more 15 employees, helping over 800 companies across the country. He was honored to become a part of Time & Pay in 2010 as an account executive and began growing their customer base in the Chattanooga, TN area. Now acting as Director of Marketing and Sales, Andy works to ensure that Time & Pay remains loyal to the mission established by its founder over 25 years ago..."to be the provider by choice of quality, cost effective Payroll, Timekeeping and HR solutions to businesses, that will maximize customer satisfaction, while maintaining our profitability.”

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