Thread regarding Teradata Corp. layoffs

Do as I say or else

How many of you have been told in the past several years "do as I say or you can kiss your job goodbye" when trying to fix something that's obviously broken? I keep trying because it would make my job significantly easier if we implemented some much-needed changes, but I keep hitting a wall. Should I go over my manager's head? How risky is that?

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Post ID: @OP+1gNfdqve

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The upper management would love your feedback. And it is absolute certainty, that if valuable, they would take immediate and decisive actions. You can see that TD attitude everyday! In the entire history of capitalism, no one is so focused on company as TD folks!

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Post ID: @1yur+1gNfdqve

Better to look for a new job than waste your time doing something silly like that.

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Post ID: @1ouo+1gNfdqve

Repeat after me “Chappers is the king of my universe” now you have job security.

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Post ID: @xjz+1gNfdqve

If you speak up have your resume ready because people who share concerns do not get promoted. At Teradata you get promoted faster if you turn a blind eye on things.

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Post ID: @ozv+1gNfdqve

Doubtful, never had an issue. Speak up rather than complain here

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Post ID: @wni+1gNfdqve

I feel your pain but in many departments there is an attitude of "nothing to see here" and any attempt at change is squashed. I wonder what happened to those magic workstreams that were supposed to fix so many things?

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