Thread regarding Oracle Corp. layoffs

There are still some good managers

I feel sorry when I hear about someone who has a very bad experience with their manager. Fortunately, our manager is one of those who really knows how to get the best out of employees. Otherwise I would have left long ago. However, the question is why are there so few good managers here?

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They also will remove your post if it is the starter for someone else’s ranting. They’ll remove the whole chain of events. Even if your post was relatively innocent.

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Post ID: @4pbj+1gIxV20d

No you can’t remove your own post. It’s up to the admins.

Usually they remove posts that mention names or initials of anyone not at the top. They also remove name calling. Someone called me a disgusting pig once and they removed that.

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Post ID: @4jqe+1gIxV20d

Interesting that certain posts have been removed.
Can anyone remove their own post? if so, please tell me how to do this. thank you.

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Post ID: @4kyi+1gIxV20d

“Can not” is one word. Cannot.

There is no such thing as a statue of limitations. It is a statute of limitations.

But you are improving. Good work.

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Post ID: @3qjc+1gIxV20d

The party is over for them.
The investors cloud securities fraud case plus the VP that filed fraudulent patents puts Oracle in a position for the feds to investigate. It’s so obvious what has been done and no telling what other skeletons will be found.
If they try to cover any of this up, it will backfire on them, big time.
VPs have been brainwashed to believe that Oracle can protect them no matter what they do. Oracle can not protect corrupt VP(s) from the federal government and/or the media.

The VP that filed the fraudulent patents is in over his head. He lies to everybody always shifting blame, plating mind games with twisting words to deflect all from his wrong doing but everyone can see through him.
Not listing inventors name but listing his name and others that may not know he added their names - don’t know - but guessing he thought that might protect him, again I don’t know.

The proof is filed with U.S. Patents.
The feds will get to the truth, it will be public record and reporters will use it along with the Cloud Securities fraud.
This is not going to go away. The original inventor(s) should not have had to wait so long for this cone out. Since there is no statue of limitations for fraud, it is better now than never for this inventor that truth will come out.
It’s shame this VP robbed him of credit for his work.

I don’t understand how this VP thought that he could get away with this and it’s surprising that it has taken so long.
He needs to head to Mexico as one person mentioned in a thread as a joke.
He should not be allowed to stay with Oracle any longer nor anywhere else.
He has done this to himself.

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Post ID: @2hgk+1gIxV20d

The good ones are shunned by their peers, passed over for promotion, and given the worse territories.

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Post ID: @2fyh+1gIxV20d

because over the last 25 years the environment has devolved into politics and 3rd world nepotistic seat fillers over bodies that can actually move in a positive direction and get things done.

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Post ID: @1xhy+1gIxV20d

When good managers are the exception and not the rule, it’s not a good place to be.

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Post ID: @1zte+1gIxV20d

Because the rest of them were either forced out or the got so disgusted, they left on their own. A good manager is a real threat to the incompetent ones and when threatened, the bad ones will go out of their way to remove that threat. I worked for a great manager and his manager was also very good. I enjoyed working for both of them and the end result was that the VP took out the entire org because we were a threat to her chosen rumpswabs.

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