Originally posted by Jesse Torres: Discrimination in the workplace is a very sensitive subject. It is the same, regardless if it takes place against minorities or against Whites. I have witnessed discrimination of all sorts against Whites and minorities. So, herb Slocomb, I�m sorry for my overreaction to your posts. You were just providing your comments and I overreacted. I have to learn how to communicate more effectively. So please accept my apology. Thanks,
Apology accepted since its natural to have such a reaction. I've been unemployed and frustrated about not getting jobs before also so I know a little how it is. But you've also been through a lot more as well since Chicago does not seem like a friendly place for minorities as you described. No hard feelings on my part.
Joined: Feb 12, 2001
Originally posted by Jon McDonald:
Do you have any links to the detailed breakdown of that study. I'd like to see what you are talking about. Are you saying that the 1 name considered most black got more than the average of white sounding names? Did the average of black sounding names get more or less interviews than the average of white sounding names? I would really like to see the details of that study. I'll do a search on google, but if you have the link handy, I would love to see it. Jon
I would like to thank everyone who has provided information on this unmentionable subject matter. If anyone else has been a victim of any form of discrimination or reverse discrimination, please share it with us. Please share with us your experience, even if it took place outside of the United States. Please tell us what techniques you employed to overcome your predicament.