Avaya Honored for Ethical Practices

Avaya was included on the 2011 list of  the World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere Institute.

The firm was selected for the honor for “going the extra mile” to install practices that impact the firm and community positively.

“Avaya places a strong value on ethical behavior, and being named to Ethisphere’s 2011 World’s Most Ethical Companies list is a testament to the solid foundation we have in place, ” CEO Kevin Kennedy said. “Having this distinction sets us apart from our competitors as an industry leader and employer of choice. We are committed to sharing an unwavering dedication to the highest ethical standards from employees at every level of our organization.”

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