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Anonymous shared this review of Avaya, United States on Jan 15th, 2020
"you need to work harder than your male counterparts, document and communicate your accomplishments, and nurture relationships with multiple leaders/executives who can sponsor you into advancement. The leadership changes so frequently you cannot make a bet on a one person being in your corner - so have make a solid handful of bets on key people who can both sponsor you into opportunities that advance your career, and provide you with constructive feedback"
Anonymous shared this review of Avaya on May 10th, 2018
"Flexible work environment. Good time off when necessary. good pay not like the men. men promoted more."
"Very strong female executives there."
"I've only been here a few months but what has discouraged me is the gossipy/tacky conversation and behavior amongst the women here. A lot of language, a lot of gossip, and a general lack of self-awareness. Are the women smart? As far as I can tell. Are they kind? Notsomuch. IMHO, kindness isn't weakness. But some women here seem to think it is."