ADP Appoints Bryla as VP of Corporate Communications

ADP, a global provider of Human Capital Management (HCM) services, announced that Kevin Bryla has joined the company as vice president of corporate communications.

In this role, Bryla will direct external and internal communications designed to position ADP as a leader in global Human Capital Management. Bryla will lead executive communications, media relations, analyst relations, and reputation management initiatives for the corporation.

Most recently, he served as global head of communications for General Electric‘s Power & Water business. Prior to this assignment, Bryla worked as vice president of communications, public affairs and branding for Ingersoll Rand, where he directed employee and external communications and government affairs. Earlier in his career, he led the communications and government affairs teams for several chemical and manufacturing companies in the United States and abroad, including Ciba Specialty Chemicals, Trane and Henkel.

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