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Unformatted text preview: I would like to start my discussion by saying that I am 100% for the hiring of minorities. I feel that a good employee is a good employee regardless of race, sex, religious affiliations or any other reason people discriminate. That being said I am against affirmative action programs that dictate who a company must interview and hire for positions. I feel that our society has become so politically correct that valuable employees are being turned down for positions because companies feel the pressure to hire a certain number of minorities. Again, if a minority is a more qualified candidate, they should get the position, but it should be based on qualifications not a program put in place that benefits minorities. I do not feel it is fair to everyone involved that companies have to interview or hire a certain number of minorities. If a more qualified candidate applies for a position, they should receive that job regardless of race or any other criteria. An example that exemplifies my feelings is the that job regardless of race or any other criteria....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2011 for the course BUSN 150-10 taught by Professor Randolphfein during the Fall '10 term at American InterContinental University.
- Fall '10