Thread regarding Avaya layoffs

TOXIC Culture! No Internal Safeguards

Avaya has ZERO Human Resources or Culture Police to protect employees or the company from cultivating a toxic environment. They actually do the opposite....the PRETEND to have resources by stating in their Published Culture Handbook that employees are ENCOURAGED to speak up and share, without retaliation, if they see or experience anything that compromises the integrity of the workplace, yet when employees do they have a 🎯 on their head. The so- called team that "investigates" goes to the reporting employees manager before speaking to the employee. They conduct an investigation AGAINST the employee before hosting the "safe space" meeting the employee was promised. And they conclude the outcome before speaking to the employee. And of course, the employee is told they are a low performing employee and since the concern didn't violate "civil rights", there is nothing they can do, and then warn the employee that they are being watched. It is absolutely and utterly absurd.

They need a Culture 🚨! Employees need resources. The Leadership at the Top that have cultivated this as the norm must go. There is liability for the organization who published a Code of Conduct that is not enforced.

https://www.fastcompany.com/90730688/to-build-a-healthy-workplace-you-need-a-toxic-culture-alarm

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This is clearly a systemic issue that needs to be addressed ASAP. How do they qualify for any Risk contract if they don't follow any of the published policies. Someone told me that when they on-boarded in 2018 Avaya had this process called Red Door or something. I was hired prior. And i guess they made you confirm that you accepted the terms of policies after going through a tutorial, HOWEVER, the tutorial concluded with a link to the actual policy that they were asking them to sign. The employee wouldnt "sign" as they couldnt read the policy. They thought the policy link was outdated. Fact was, when they emailed HR to request a new link, HR said the "policy was under review" yet the employee was required to sign anyway. The employee refused. The employee was written up for non compliance for multiple policies they didnt make avaialble. They just wanted the employee to sign blindly. They didnt publish the "under review" policies until April 29, 2019. Thus this employee was written up for non compliance for the CORE CODE OF CONDUCT even though they were never allowed to view what he CODE OF CONDUCT actually was. And that, Ladies and Gentleman, is the contradiction that IS AVAYA!

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Post ID: @Lisn+1fV9rlTX

So very toxic.

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Post ID: @Cpxb+1fV9rlTX

Avaya keeps getting the posts about the Verizon leadership deleted. Very telling.

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Post ID: @klb+1fV9rlTX

"The Leadership at the Top that have cultivated this as the norm must go."

Agree!!!

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