NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Payroll provider ADP is formally opening a new facility in Norfolk that will eventually employ 1,800 people.
The company says Friday morning’s ribbon cutting will make it one of ADP’s largest such facilities in the country. Employees in Norfolk will work with clients on cloud-based payroll programs and human resources solutions.
The new 288,000-square-foot facility will initially employ 300 people. Taking part in the ceremony will be ADP executives as well as Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade Todd Haymore and Norfolk Mayor Kenneth Cooper Alexander.
The company is based in Roseland, New Jersey, and employs nearly 57,000 people.
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