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Weird. 

 

 

Cigna Responds to Claims That It Excludes White Men in the Hiring Process

 

“Given the hiring practices they have in place where white, male candidates are blocked, regardless of qualifications, I have to say, ‘Yes, there’s obvious discrimination at this company,'” an anonymous employee told the Washington Examiner.

 

An employee also suggested a candidate with years of industry experience, but the hiring manager said the candidate, a white man, could not be interviewed because he did not meet the diversity criteria.

 

 

Before tibs and company trump trump trumps me...I see all around me - at every level

of employment - federal, state, private and entertainment - many black employees, in

some cases for instance my local MV, 90% of the employees are black females.

Where's the racism?

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This internet tough guy nonsense is played. 

The irony is that they think that white supremacy is the single biggest threat to our Republic.  When it's getting more and more scarce.

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1 hour ago, Unforgiven said:

Weird. 

 

 

Cigna Responds to Claims That It Excludes White Men in the Hiring Process

 

“Given the hiring practices they have in place where white, male candidates are blocked, regardless of qualifications, I have to say, ‘Yes, there’s obvious discrimination at this company,'” an anonymous employee told the Washington Examiner.

 

An employee also suggested a candidate with years of industry experience, but the hiring manager said the candidate, a white man, could not be interviewed because he did not meet the diversity criteria.

 

 

Before tibs and company trump trump trumps me...I see all around me - at every level

of employment - federal, state, private and entertainment - many black employees, in

some cases for instance my local MV, 90% of the employees are black females.

Where's the racism?

So you are saying the historic wrongs done  to blacks and others hurt them very badly over all these many decades and centuries, then ya? 

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4 minutes ago, Tiberius said:

So you are saying the historic wrongs done  to blacks and others hurt them very badly over all these many decades and centuries, then ya? 

 

 

And,  as always,  when tibs says "so you are saying" he follows it with something 180 degrees from the point of the original poster.

 

It's kind of comforting to know that some things never change.

 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Max Fischer said:

So, racism does not exist? Good to know. 

 

Annnnnnnnd  another 180 degree response.

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40 minutes ago, B-Man said:

 

 

And,  as always,  when tibs says "so you are saying" he follows it with something 180 degrees from the point of the original poster.

 

It's kind of comforting to know that some things never change.

 

 

 

Discrimination is wrong, right? Isn’t that the point. 

 

Interesting you want NOTHING to do with looking at historical discrimination 

 

Interesting 

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3 hours ago, Unforgiven said:

Weird. 

 

 

Cigna Responds to Claims That It Excludes White Men in the Hiring Process

 

“Given the hiring practices they have in place where white, male candidates are blocked, regardless of qualifications, I have to say, ‘Yes, there’s obvious discrimination at this company,'” an anonymous employee told the Washington Examiner.

 

An employee also suggested a candidate with years of industry experience, but the hiring manager said the candidate, a white man, could not be interviewed because he did not meet the diversity criteria.

 

 

Before tibs and company trump trump trumps me...I see all around me - at every level

of employment - federal, state, private and entertainment - many black employees, in

some cases for instance my local MV, 90% of the employees are black females.

Where's the racism?

As CIGNA hires sub-standard candidates and ignores more qualified applicants their business will suffer.  The quality of their workforce will suffer.  Lawsuits will be filed.  They will lose customers and providers.  A management system perceived to be merit based will transform to one of "diversity" and performance will suffer as top performers perceive their efforts are going unrewarded.  Top performers will quit and seek employment elsewhere.  Competitors will exploit their weaknesses and gain market share at their expense.  Earnings will suffer and the share price will fall.  Money still talks so regardless of the desire to virtue signal the board of directors will fire senior management, most likely the CEO presiding over this situation along with the architects of this hiring model.  This is how this will play out over time.  That's how socialist approaches always resolve themselves as everything sinks to the lowest common denominator.

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8 hours ago, I am the egg man said:

Kamala routinely ignores saluting military.

 

She knows she can get away with it.

 

Cheney did not salute either. I suppose he hated the military as well.  This wasn't extensively covered by Fox and right wing media, so you may not have known

 

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15 hours ago, All_Pro_Bills said:

As CIGNA hires sub-standard candidates and ignores more qualified applicants their business will suffer.  The quality of their workforce will suffer.  Lawsuits will be filed.  They will lose customers and providers.  A management system perceived to be merit based will transform to one of "diversity" and performance will suffer as top performers perceive their efforts are going unrewarded.  Top performers will quit and seek employment elsewhere.  Competitors will exploit their weaknesses and gain market share at their expense.  Earnings will suffer and the share price will fall.  Money still talks so regardless of the desire to virtue signal the board of directors will fire senior management, most likely the CEO presiding over this situation along with the architects of this hiring model.  This is how this will play out over time.  That's how socialist approaches always resolve themselves as everything sinks to the lowest common denominator.

Think about all those qualified black people in the past that were refused employment. That hurt the economy, too, right? 

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1 minute ago, Tiberius said:

Think about all those qualified black people in the past that were refused employment. That hurt the economy, too, right? 

Huh?  For every job opening there are way more people not hired than hired. As an employer, I can tell you that the common denominator of the 'not-hired' group is definitely not race.  Try again.

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Oh wait, was all the racism against blacks just imaginary? 🤥

1 minute ago, SoCal Deek said:

Huh?  For every job opening there are way more people not hired than hired. As an employer, I can tell you that the common denominator of the 'not-hired' group is definitely not race.  Try again.

Black people were refused employment in good jobs. Fact 

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3 minutes ago, Tiberius said:

Oh wait, was all the racism against blacks just imaginary? 🤥

Black people were refused employment in good jobs. Fact 

White people were as well.  Asians too.  etc., etc.

Are you an employer Tibs? Do you interview people for jobs? I'm guessing not.

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1 minute ago, SoCal Deek said:

White people were as well.  Asians too.  etc., etc.

Are you an employer Tibs? Do you interview people for jobs? I'm guessing not.

No, black people as a whole were denied middle class jobs. 

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16 minutes ago, Tiberius said:

Oh, were there a few exceptions? Yes.

 

You and B-man feel better now?

I think you shouldn't talk in hyperbole, that would make everyone feel better, with the exception of maybe you.

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51 minutes ago, Tiberius said:

Think about all those qualified black people in the past that were refused employment. That hurt the economy, too, right? 

You mean that we should make the same racist mistakes now that we used to make? Yes the economy would have been better had racism not been prevalent before 

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15 minutes ago, Tenhigh said:

I think you shouldn't talk in hyperbole, that would make everyone feel better, with the exception of maybe you.

But you do admit that blacks were systematically excluded for the good things in life in the USA, yes? 

 

 

1 minute ago, Buffalo Timmy said:

You mean that we should make the same racist mistakes now that we used to make? Yes the economy would have been better had racism not been prevalent before 

White people are sysetematically excluded from the good things in America??? Huh? 

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