American Express engages in 'reverse discrimination' against White peop
From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Thu Sep 9 07:30:38 2021
By Tyler O'Neil
Published 1 hour ago
Five current and former employees at American Express – speaking on
condition of anonymity – told FOX Business that the credit card company singles out Black people for promotion in a practice that former
employees described as reverse discrimination against White people.
The employees, none of whom were in human resources, did not present
internal documents to demonstrate an official policy, but they said
they witnessed a worrisome trend that raises questions about racial discrimination in promotion.
One former employee said they quit because the critical race theory
trainings and the apparent promotion of employees due to skin color
sent the message that White employees could not expect to even be
considered for promotion. American Express denied this accusation in a statement.
The ex-employee said efforts to advance in the company were futile.
"I wanted to move up really bad. I did everything I was supposed to do
in terms of trainings and extra work. I was on committees, going out of
my way to be helpful, being a leader on team calls and national calls,"
the employee told FOX Business. "I saw the writing on the wall: There’s
no way I can get promoted because of the color of my skin."