Adejoke Adeboyejo

Adejoke Adeboyejo is a freelance writer and journalist based in Lagos, Nigeria. Having worked in human resources for more than 12 years, she now writes about the workplace, women’s issues and the environment.

Her most memorable paycheck: “The first payment I received after becoming self-employed as a freelance writer. I was paid $30 for writing a travel story about using public transit in Lagos.”

Latest articles

How companies and workers are reacting to pandemic pay challenges

Many employees have experienced changes to their jobs and pay due to the pandemic, and the results have not always been positive.

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Thinking strategically with Dow’s global payroll data

How can global payroll data make an impact on a company? Dow worked with ADP to get payroll right and extract strategic insights.

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Unified payroll system gives Bombardier a global overview

Bombardier Transportation worked with ADP to ensure their global workforce could access vital payroll information during the pandemic.

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Financial wellness programs essential for pandemic recovery

As the Covid-19 pandemic has strained people’s wallets around the world, more companies in Nigeria are providing financial literacy services to employees.

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