This WAS a great company when I started. The only thing good now are the flexibility and some immediate team leaders.
Senior Leadership Team has a lot of introspection to do. They make people go through restructures every year and make roles redundant left, right and centre like it's nobody's business. Restructures usually see favourite people retain their roles or find new roles at the top. Every restructure in the People Experience team (HR/learning) has been driven by nepotism and favouritism.
The Learning team especially, under a new imported Executive Manager about 8-9 months old, is in absolute ruins. This 'leader' literally has a list of those they don't like (those who don't extend favours to them) and completely ignores these people. Obviously, this is the primary reason for my writing here and maybe there are teams with better leaders out there.
The current restructure of the learning team has no method to it. Like every time, they are running a consultation period with employees but have already decided to stick to the decisions they have made. They are pretending to listen but in essence are only doing due diligence on paper. They just finished a round of engagement surveys and are positioning this restructure as a response to that to increase engagement, and this just does not make any sense.
Suncorp is not the place it used to be. It's become extremely cliquey, extremely caustic, and extremely unsafe with senior leadership that will only lead the organisation further to its downfall. Stay away or look for a new job if you are already part of this organisation.
Biased senior leadership, favouritism, nepotism, emotional bullying