Get to know Avaya, where we encourage everyone to be their unique self. See how our individual ideas and actions come together to support not just our company, but the larger society we all live in.
Our Corporate Values are a core set of beliefs or ideals that define who we are individually and as a company. They determine the choices we make. They are an internal code that defines how we experience and interpret the world and thus how we serve our customers.
We consistently seek out alternative approaches to addressing opportunities and challenge the status quo to create value.
We have clarity, purpose, and the ability to focus on the right priorities. We continuously strive to remove unnecessary complexity to create user-friendly solutions and better experiences.
We are open, honest, transparent, and collaborative, balancing the need for results with being considerate of others and their feelings.
We take ownership of behavior, decisions, and performance. We make well-thought-out decisions that lead to the right changes for the right reasons.
We always treat people with courtesy, politeness, kindness, and fairness. We continuously strive to create a diverse environment where every individual or group is included, respected, supported, and valued to engage and lead.
The health and safety of our workforce is a top priority and through our programs and practices, we seek to maintain a culture in which employees and contractors keep each other safe on the job. In accordance with best practice, Avaya maintains an Environmental, Health and Safety Management System to manage the risks associated with our activities. This year truly demonstrated the importance of not only protecting our employees’ physical safety but caring for their mental health and well-being.
“At Avaya, we take the phrase ‘people first’ very seriously. We share a mindset here to create an environment where we feel valued, productive, and have the opportunity to learn and grow. As a team, we’re all about thriving, both inside and outside the workplace.”
—Anna-Marie Crowley, Chief Human Resources Officer