Geico Corporation Informative - Employment
NEW YORK -- NO ONE WANTS YOU TO KNOW WHAT I AM ABOUT TO TELL YOU!
Allegations are always on the horizon when you have people of different ethnicities and social classes working in the same company. Many companies employ different strategies for dealing with allegations to avoid Civil Rights law of 1991. Simply, not having a plan to neutralize possible allegations of Title VII of the Civil Rights law can prove to be fatal.
So what is this companies plan?
Bait and Switch; turn complainant into a pariah and a scorched earth policy!
What happens to the complainants? Well, we can’t ask the young lady who used to work at the Geico Woodbury office that claimed discrimination because she relocated to a different state and was terminated under mysterious circumstances.
What is really at work here is a way to deter complainants. Although they have an Ethics Hot line how is it effective if no reasonable employee would dare to use it?
Here we are on the official birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who gave his life for the 1964 Civil Rights law. As I reminisced on the fear that covered this man amidst numerous death threats, I can see that those who have benefited the most from his selfless death now stand with the deceivers and pretend that the Scorched Earth Policy does not exist. Shame on You! A paycheck now becomes more important than what is right.