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Thought about this. I just cannot trust executive leadership going forward. Wish I could. When the results of being honest count against you, that was the final straw. I won’t be completing pulse or employee opinion surveys going forward since leadership isn’t interested in the truth. Also verbalized honest opinion and questions are not welcome. Just ask HR how that went at a recent compensation training session. It’s more important for certain members of leadership to portray the facade of self-importance, remain comfortable wallowing in perceived glory, and chanting World’s Most Ethical company over and over.
Reminder - we are not an ethical company in how we operate, we pay for the title and then throw it around every chance we can - if we say it enough - we will start to believe it. Crackerjacks
100%. We got penalized in the AIP for being honest when they preach they want honest feedback. Didn’t know it got removed, but good. Appalling to sit and listen to BDP rationalize this at his town hall. How about we rate the CEO on his performance and honesty?
The opinion matters goal is the craziest thing I have ever seen. If you feel your opinion doesn't matter, answer honestly and get a smaller bonus. Lie and get a higher bonus. Ethical Company? Ha!