Logs 1-5 - Sec 208 Wednesday, September 12, 2007 In the...

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Sec 208 Wednesday, September 12, 2007 In the article, A Data-Storage Titan Confronts Bias Claims: Some EMC Saleswomen Fault Office Culture; Visits to Strip Clubs , the bias claims against EMC Corporation are discussed. The company has been accused of discriminating against women in the male dominating company sales force. Former saleswomen have filed suits against the company for sexual-discrimination claiming women are receiving unequal payment and treatment by the company and are sexually harassed in the work environment. The representatives of EMC claim that the corporation has a very strong and unique sales environment with an attitude of “doing whatever it takes.” They claim that this culture, however, is not discriminatory. With so many suits being filed by former saleswomen, it is difficult to believe that the sales atmosphere at EMC is not discriminatory. Allegations stating the corporation pays for company trips to the strip club prove this. The small numbers of women who have worked in the sales force at EMC, currently at 13.5%, clearly feel unwelcome in this male dominated atmosphere. This culture that EMC boasts about as being extremely competitive and heated, is driven by male egos, making women who work there, feel out of place and uncomfortable. The representatives of the corporation claim that women get treated equally, but the fact that most major accounts and promotions are given to men shows that women are not wanted in this environment. Although these representatives deny these problems within the company, it is very hard to ignore so many sexual-discrimination suits made against EMC in the past decade making it clear that this is a problem that needs to be addressed by the company. Bulkeley, William B. (2007, September 12). A Data-Storage Titan Confronts Bias Claims. The Wall Street Journal pp. A1, A16
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Alexa Stockover 810-83-0687 Sec 208 Wednesday, September 19, 2007 The Wall Street Journal article, Animal Warehouse: Park Builds Horde of Exotic Treasures , discusses the collection of exotic and valued animal parts in the Kruger National Park. Located in Skukuza, South Africa, the national park is home to many types of exotic game animals including elephants, lions, cheetahs, leopards, and giraffes making it one of the top safari spots in Africa. While the park is a preservation of many animals, it also collects many valuable
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