They have zero ethics. They tend to get rid of loyal employees who are not too far off from retirement. They really need to be investigated & a class action lawsuit should be brought against them.
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Not Upper Management.
A full on supporter of identifying the core problems. However....blanket inflammatory statements are what prevent legal protections. So if you keep to the facts, the people have a chance. When inflammatory posts are presented, with little regard for legal process, it diminishes the real issues. And there are MANY real issues.
You must be upper management there. Don’t bully me.
Class Action is being thrown around loosely in this post....and lends to inflammatory posts that most often get ignored. While there is definitely babtrend at Avaya that is concerning, the grounds for "Class Action" require a systemic, long-term, well documented trend. If you feel there has been an abuse of employment practices that have been applied to you, I encourage you to pursue. Most people sign "separation agreements" to take their packages and limit their legal options. Yet Class Action is likely not a logical path and just leads to others dismissing your concerns as it is an inflammatory headline that shows little knowledge of legal process.