Huawei fired five employees for spreading rumors2021-02-10         Follow @huaweinewos Tweet to @huaweinewos
Huawei fired five employees for spreading the rumors and claimed the rumors were unfounded and unfounded. In response to a string of rumors about “the WeChat group and Huawei’s change of executives and the public website platform about business sales,” Huawei made a statement in response, saying the rumors were likely.
“Causing misunderstandings and misunderstandings. Rumors that affect business development, corporate reputation, and employees’ feelings are unfounded, have serious consequences, and are inherently bad.”
Huawei officially reported Huawei’s case to the Baogang Police Station of the Shenzhen City Public Security Bureau on January 25, 2021, to protect the legitimate rights and interests of businesses.
At the same time, Huawei stated that after the investigation by the company, some employees participated in the spread of rumors and their behavior seriously violated the “Huawei’s Code of Business Conduct for Employees”.
The full names of the five fired employees were not disclosed. ****, Wang ***, Zhao ** and Xie *** were removed.