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Paul Baker
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14 days ago
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Diversity in the workplace (Share your thoughts)

June is a special time to focus on diversity and take stock of how we are doing. We (Jobcase) want to hear about your experiences around diversity in the workplace. Please take a few mins to share your perspective in the following survey: https://jobcase.iad1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_73Vp1uCdfWBDDX8 #jobsearch #diversity #survey

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DAVID Dee

Such crapola. If you are qualified to do a job you should get it. If i suck at the job i should be replaced no matter what color in the crayon box i resemble

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Jeff Noble

agree with Dave Dee, the most qualified person gets the job regardless of skin colour or gender. If you're not qualified for the position you're applying for, maybe there's a more entry level position that could groom you for better things in the future. I don't want a person hired to fly an airplane just because they need "diversity" in the ranks.

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Ryan R

Diversity is bs. Hire who is qualified.

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Sharon Frye

Do u mean only white ppl should be in the workplace? Exactly what do u mean?

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Chandrs Fears

The workers should be reflective of potential customers.

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All this diversity BS is more racist combative wolf in a sheeps sute. I would rather work on a Merit system

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Jeff Hunt

It's all about the Resume. Screw the racist diversity BS

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Cynthia Mathis

The most qualified should be hired, not what color your skin or age is

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Bridgett Irving

I am well aware of diversity, when people get all the hours on the 🕰 clock. The Korean is the girlfriend of the Manager and the other workers hours are cut down to part time

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Chuck Knee

It's a crock, people are put in a position just to fill the slot. No experience, not good dealing with co-workers now that they have been placed in a slot just because, no idea on proper procedure. By the time upper management semi trains them they have done pissed off the rest of the staff or some have quit to find a different job. I have seen this done so many times at the fortune 500 company I spent 13 years at I lost count. For this to work all staff should be trained equally from the time they walk in the door the first shift. Then again this is my take and experience in dealing with it as management. Due to having to pick up the pieces that the promoted employees make such a mess they get lost trying to fix it it makes it worse, rather than stopping and asking for guidance from their immediate supervisor.

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