Has anyone here ever submitted a Code of Conduct report? How did management and/or HR handle the situation?? What was the outcome?? Have you observed any positive change??? Someone in my department is covering some deep deep dirt. I wanted to report but don't know what will happen to me. I have a family to feed. Thank you in advance
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Don't go to the police. Most issues are easily handled in the business. Everyone should be mindful that we're all inflicted with some sort of mental duress as we're forced into race debate, regular inclusion programs, and isolation from any meaningful social interaction at work going forward.
I saw some statics few weeks back, total CC reports submitted > 70k in 2020. Not sure how many have been actually investigated and addressed. I can assure you that some worst human beings are still floating around; the firm did not take effective measures to remove the cancerous infections.
They also track IP address for geographic location...they will still have a sense of who it is. Your best bet is to use your friend's phone and call in the report anonymously.
@B1GMIKE, how did they know it's you? Did you leave your name on the report? Or did they find out? If I to submit anonymous ly, will they hunt me down? I am scared of what I know
I put in a code of conduct complaint against the manager of my department of roughly 300 people for the racially inflammatory content he was distributing over the company email system. About a month ago I got a request from my 2 up and 3 up manager for a Zoom meeting. In the zoom meeting they told me they had lost confidence in my ability to do my job and fired me. No PIP and I have gotten good performance ratings for all 15 years that I have been at Chase. I asked if they were going to give me a specific reason that I was let go. They would not give me a specific reason. Luckily I was a few moves ahead and had already accepted a VP level position at another bank. Bottom line, if you submit a complaint your career at Chase will likely soon be over and you need to have a plan B. I'm just happy to be away from the managers at Chase who are incompetent bullies.
CC is a joke! I reported my black female manager for harrassment. After they started to investigate her, she retaliated against me. Someone from HR calls me and says the firm doesn't tolerate her behavior and moves me to a new department. I said what happens to her? The lady says we can't discuss another employee's situation with you. 10 months after I was moved, she gets promoted to VP cause they had to find a bl----e to promote up with all the racial cr-p going on.
Why is your spelling so bad? Hard to understand your cryptic story? Why do you care as you moved on so spill beans
First one i submitted against my mgr they treated it with “issue addressed” blase manner. i had already moved on to another internal role. Then they followed up 4 months later far more spologetic with more questions cuz MORE allegations were made agai st the same person. Person was fired in less than 2 weeks. MD couldnt look ne in face when she sees me cuz I was right about this person. I also think HR was concerned about litigation. I def had actionable claim against the firm but that requires a ceetain amount if eneegy I dont hVe. So many folks celebrated their firing but I was on my own internally when i escalated it and became persona non grata. From Exceeds to troublemaker. They can eat sh-t and they did - why they cant look me in face when we cross paths - its embarassment.
Really depends on what the dirt is and how relevant the dirt is to what you're referring to the Code of Conduct. We did sign it; therefore you are equally at fault for not reporting it.
Have you observed any positive change? ROFLMAO
Are you for real? Stop being delusional.