Thread regarding Honeywell International Inc. layoffs

Treat the sexes the same...

Having worked at HON for a long time. I'm greatly disappointed to learn that we do not take se-ual harassment or abuse of power seriously for both genders. I know of male leaders who have been exited due to inappropriate behavior and relationships. By why is when a female leader engages in the same behavior, it is brushed under the rug? Is it because this particular leader is one of the chosen and highly visible? After many years at HON, this has made me lose a great deal of respect in our leadership. HON, you can do better.

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Interesting any references to the particular person is taken down. No name, but wow…first name starts with a letter between P and R.
I wonder what happened to the other leader? They are no longer with HON.

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Post ID: @djpo+1eKZBZLJ

Bias is prevalent. Just when you think it won’t happen to you…

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Post ID: @blje+1eKZBZLJ

This not a sexes one but we have a person who pulls the race card and they admit it and dont care when they do. They pulled the string on about 8 people and got them sent to HR. We all hope Karma bits them in the ar-e.

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Post ID: @1uec+1eKZBZLJ

Another female here...absolutely, the same ideals of personal comportment should apply to all genders...not only for the predatory bosses, but for the opportunistic underlings who hope to leverage such relationships to make their way up the corporate ladder.

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Post ID: @1plj+1eKZBZLJ

Don't give HW any credit here, regardless of the gender of the leader, they don't deal with the behavior. I worked for an abusive leader a few years ago, it was reported by several employees and the Karens did absolutely nothing about it. Even MM knew about it and admitted it openly that he knew something was going on. Now there is leadership, too preoccupied with counting the dollars he's making off of your backs.

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Post ID: @1eno+1eKZBZLJ

Yes. I know several over the years who "pushed the boundaries" with at least one is still there, and I'm a female who didn't like seeing that behavior from my fellow female employees.

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Post ID: @1shc+1eKZBZLJ

Sounds like you need to talk to a lawyer.

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