Does anyone find it alarming, when executive leadership makes a statement, they act as though they have the power to speak for every employee? MetLife speaks out for this, or against that..... but they have no idea who all is for or against what, and definitely not why? I work for the company, but that does not mean they can speak for me on anything not related to the actual job I do.
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By the looks of it, management or HR have started posting on these threads.... Easy to tell... very transparent!
I had a post deleted in this thread and not sure why. Pretty sure I didn't violate any terms.
Areed! The company does not fairly or equitably represent all employees interests! I find it offensive. Frankly it pi–––s me off. How dare the CEO say anything about the state of Georgia implementing voter reform. Why is it any of his or the company’s business? Oh, wait...that’s right. The inside diversity leaders and BLM leaders – have the clout – because if the company doesn’t speak out, those parties will cry – Racist! Metlife should stay the F out of any political social justice c––p. They should step up in other areas instead. Not to mention if you are a white employee you might as well forget getting promoted– because being white is a professional liability these days. As if any of us had anything to do with Affirmative Action numbers of years past. It all a bunch of bs. The ignorant mob is flexing their muscles and corporate America is catering to their every whim. No one wants to work for a corporation that is presumptuous to believe they speak for everyone.
nothing is anonymous at work––– especially yammer...
I wish they added thumbs down on articles and not just thumbs up
Start your own business and run it the way you want to. Time change, ask an ancient Roman....
All white people who are looking to advance professionally in Metlife – best of luck.
@I agree, didn't know people pushed back? On Yammer?
@Alarming, I agree. I wish the "leadership" would stick to insurance and laws that relate directly to insurance.
But, judging by the "likes" on articles and Yammer comments, I feel like the whole company has gone full on woke.
There are however pockets of sanity. I was happy to see several people pushed back against the CEO's anti–Georgia law comments. Brave souls.