Be careful who you tell and cover your ***.

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So has anyone actually been disenfranchised by his views, or are they just that: his views.

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He won't even interview anyone of a particular race. :/

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hi mislisa
Sure. Do so in confidence if necessary. Approach someone trustworthy who would be in a position to act.
Best wishes
:)

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Can you post the letter of management to your boss without signature? Or do you feel comfortable talking with him. This is a problem. Your only alternative would be to address it to headquarters or a higher office.
Might write it in a way that you want to protect the company from a possible lawsuit.

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It's a small family business I help run with my parents. The person in question is our general manager and is pretty indispensable. Here are only 3 of us in the office, and the other office worker usually agrees with the manger.

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I don't know what you are wanting to do. It is a self owned business owned by your family. It's time for a meeting. An employee sues due to racism. You're ALL screwed. Ask your parents if your company is insured against racism. Are your parents even aware?
You have to remove his position. Put him on the floor. Parents are owners THEY hold the key for his job. They are responsible to have his job eliminated.

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Federal Law in civil rights act of 1991
Employers are required to post notices to all employees advising them of their rights under the laws EEOC enforces and their right to be free from retaliation. Such notices must be accessible, as needed, to persons with visual or other disabilities that affect reading.

You absolutely should report it.

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She needs a copy of this posted!

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Anon complain.

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It's a small family business but he's not family. :/

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