Thread regarding Oracle Corp. layoffs

Managers taking work for self credit

Please explain why managers take work from subordinates and use it for what purposes?

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Since Oracle is a publicly traded company that is required to write & post as well as, update their Code of Ethics that, has to be approved by the SEC, just can't help but wonder about the descrepancies? hmmmm.

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Managers (from Oracle Code of Ethics)
Managers at Oracle must be leaders in compliance and ethics. Managers must serve as role models for understanding and explaining the rules and demonstrating integrity at all times. Managers must encourage the reporting of compliance issues and create environments in which employees know they can and should raise concerns without fear of retaliation. Managers must
Learn the Code and use it to onboard new employees and explain to teams, on a routine basis, how it applies to their line of business
Demonstrate through actions that you always choose integrity
Ensure that employees who report to you, either directly or indirectly, complete all mandatory compliance education courses and other Oracle Compliance and
Ethics Program requirements in a timely manner
Ensure that employees who report to you, either directly or indirectly, understand where and how to report compliance concerns
Maintain an open-door policy that encourages employees to ask questions, including those related to business conduct and ethics
Encourage employees to challenge and report questionable conduct
Create an environment in which employees understand and believe that they may raise and report compliance concerns without fear of retaliation
Managers should consider an employee’s completion of compliance trainings and ethical behavior and/or violations when determining whether to promote or affect the compensation of the employees they manage
Managers that approve expenditures for meals, refreshments, or entertainment must use discretion and care to ensure that these events are reasonable and modest in cost, not lavish or extravagant, justified by a legitimate business purpose, and not offered improperly to influence the recipients’ business judgment

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Post ID: @7scr+1iLM2Jfw

Argument? There is no argument Deflection does not work.
VP creditability does not exist.
Accountability does
Truth can not be hidden.

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Post ID: @4ljh+1iLM2Jfw

“ saying so just makes your whole argument sound silly. “

A little Monty Python. ‘Don’t be so silly!’

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Post ID: @4vqy+1iLM2Jfw

“It is rumored that VPs have given themselves substantial pay raises & bonuses ”. This comment sounds unhinged. VPs can’t give themselves pay raises, bonuses or stock….. saying so just makes your whole argument sound silly.

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Post ID: @3zld+1iLM2Jfw

“ I don’t get it “

You are right about that.

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Post ID: @2tpz+1iLM2Jfw

I don’t get it. How does a VP get on a patent unless it’s his idea and how does that become an issue for the employees.

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Post ID: @2xoa+1iLM2Jfw

As a publicly traded company, VPs have a responsibility to shareholders. Oracle may not require full disclosure and/or accountability of the use of funds for each org however, there are other regulations that do require transparency. Focus on LT growth.

It is rumored that VPs have given themselves substantial pay raises & bonuses and tokens to a few favorites and nothing to the hard working people that are now under duress to keep up the workloads of many that have left. This is unacceptable, it will be revealed.

Also US Patents filed, orchestrated by a manager now VP that manipulated others to be involved to take his fall should this be uncovered. The sloppy coverup has revealed much as well as, putting Oracle in jeopardy of the validity of other patents.
Grounds for VP to be terminated, immediately.

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Post ID: @1xif+1iLM2Jfw

"Managers take work good language skills try harder."

My thoughts exactly. LOL

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Post ID: @rcp+1iLM2Jfw

Managers take work good language skills try harder.

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