Racism in corporate business
Racial discrimination takes place when a person’s skin color or race unjustly becomes a factor when deciding who gets a promotion, job, or other employment benefits. Mostly, racism affects minority people who truly feel they are in one way or another been unfairly discriminated against in favor of a white person. Markedly, based on national origin and race, employment discrimination happens often in a way one cannot imagine.
Racism exacts a high price from companies and from individuals. Racial discrimination takes place during job decisions that affect people of a certain race disproportionately. Racist behavior such as abuse and name-calling is wrong. Seemingly, racism is significant to both the one experiencing it, the wider community, and on the individual performing it. It makes someone feel lower than anyone everyone else; in fact, it makes one feel an intruder to the company.
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Racists are in most cases successful at not disclosing their actions. As one of the main reasons why racism continues, selfishness is evident to all parties. A white male employer could intentionally discriminate against an employee for various reasons including stereotyping.
An employee or an employer could discriminate against an employee because of their earlier bad experience with individuals from a certain place. Therefore, individuals practice racism for selfish gains. In addition, it is normally an effort to humiliate, and to demoralize a targeted person. Racism makes someone feel lower than anyone everyone else.
Greenhaus, Jeffrey H., Saroj Parasuraman, and Wayne M. Wormley. “Effects of race on organizational experiences, job performance evaluations, and career outcomes.” Academy of management Journal 33.1 (1990): 64-86.