Company apologizes for job posting seeking ’preferably Caucasian’ candidate

Company apologizes for job posting seeking ’preferably Caucasian’ candidate

A Virginia-based staffing and recruiting company has apologized after it posted a job listing seeking ’preferably Caucasian’ applicants. The listing for an account manager position at an unidentified pharma company was posted on Linkedin and other sites by Cynet Systems.

Jake Middleton
Jake Middleton 1 year

OMG the f**king racists, you can only look exclusively for anyone but whites!

Pete Nell
Pete Nell 1 year

Meanwhile, at the BBC, white men need not apply.

Father Spodo Komodo
Father Spodo Komodo 1 year

And they wonder why so many people quote " its ok to be white"

Rocky LeBlanc
Rocky LeBlanc 1 year

Hilarious. If it is pro whites it is outrageous and racist. Yet affirmative action is absolutely ok.🤔

TakeThePill 1 year

How many stories have come out over the past two years that show companies specifically excluding white people? How many "Whites need not apply" stories have we seen? How many white college students have been kicked out of or told they can't even attend certain events because they're white? Don't apologize, whoever you may be, you hire the candidate you want. It's okay to be white.

dswizzle 1 year

why does everything have to end up on Twitter? it's just a hate machine

An Inappropriate Name
An Inappropriate Name 1 year

I'm almost inclined to believe that that it's a fake tweet. Twitter's whole ecosystem runs on shit posts and virtue signaling.

Just An Opinion
Just An Opinion 1 year

If you're against this racial hiring practice (as you should be) Then you should also be against Affirmative Action laws. Else you're a hypocrite. And anyone who supports this, or AA, is pro-racism by definition.

Barra Cudda
Barra Cudda 1 year

There are perfectly legitimate reasons to preference ethnicities in hiring. If you ran a clothes shop in central Chinatown would you hire shia Muslim women? No, you wouldn't. Why? If you ran a warehouse and most of your staff are Pakistani would you hire an Indian? No, you wouldn't, Why? Its base level management to hire people who can work in whatever circumstances you are in.

Julian 1 year

But it’s okay if whites are excluded?

Wilbert Diaz
Wilbert Diaz 1 year

Caucasian! *laugh in racist*

Andy Luvitz
Andy Luvitz 1 year

If you are not Caucasian... do not apply... if you are not Caucasian and apply...this means that you have almost 0 chance for getting a job offer...

consistency 1 year

how else do they make America great again?

TugboatTommy 1 year

Although this is a US company, it's recruiting staff is very much Indian based. I've been in the staffing industry for a decade and I know Cynet Systems very well. I'm not advocating for them by any means, but I will say that for a recruiter based in India, they are not familiar with the discrimination laws in the US, and stuff like this is a very common occurrence for these companies. I can give example after example. Also, for this claiming this is fake, go ahead and check out the company LinkedIn profile.

Ryan M
Ryan M 1 year

Here in Canada many employers print "Preference will be given to women and visible minorities" on job descriptions and applications. That is morally identical to "Preferably caucasian."

Ognar 1 year

Casting Call: "Whites Paid Less, MUST Do Anti-Racism Training"

ConcealCarryProtect 1 year

Sounds like a pissed off HR rep wanted to cost the company money.

Petri Fide
Petri Fide 1 year

I've read stories about job offers that exclude white men and how the regressive leftist defended the the rights of these employers. Honestly, this may be a social experiment.

Rave Biscuits
Rave Biscuits 1 year

If we think that it's wrong for the BBC to only allow minorities then we should still say this is wrong here too. I know we're eager to point out the hypocrisy, but if we don't also say "only allowing Caucasians is wrong" then we're only going to be called hypocrites back. Which would undermine our points.

TheeSabin 1 year

At least they are honest.

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