How Free is America?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 4, 2010
Would offshoring jobs to other countries violate the EEOC regarding discrimination towards workers in America? Does this preference classify as a discriminatory action?

Companies in America who have also originally started here have neglected their obligation by employing a diversity United States of workers of all origins. It may be difficult to prove that a company chooses to hire a specific nationality over another. But, there should be protection for United States citizens among all diversities that would ensure that they are not alienated from a job market and corporations that are based in the United States.

Corporations and employers who seek to prevent employment in respects by eliminating current employment opportunities to USA citizens should be held in violation by EEOC standards and required to employ American citizens to prevent allegations of alleged discrimination. This is since those companies still exist in the USA. Of course, there is nothing wrong with business expansion that may lead to employment of non USA citizen or by creating a company that does business worldwide. This provides international access to services or items that may not be obtainable in a particular country.

When employers that have always existed in the USA decide to depart offices located in the USA, rendering their employees unemployed and cease hire of qualified USA citizens and at the same time the employer continues to hire and do business with employees from a foreign entity; since that company originated in America and continues to claim that it still primarily exists and operates in America it is those companies that should be held in violation of the EEOC because of failure to balance America citizen employment in proportion to the people that do business with such a corporation. It should be legally unacceptable for any business or corporation that has enormous USA citizen use or purchase without having USA citizens as a major part of its employee structure or representation.

This type of discrimination should exist under the National Origin Discrimination. Based upon the fact that American's are treated in a disparagingly way in terms of employment opportunities in the United States. This would also include the labor law's legal hourly wages in America according to each state. Although, if the hourly wages paid are legal but still very low then the cost of living in America must be lowered or ultimately subsidized-how else would citizens be able to afford to live or retire here? It should also be unlawful to create a segregated commerce by employers who hire and issue jobs overseas thus limiting qualified applicants within their own country. 

Such exploitive use and hire overseas has deprived American's of fair job and economic opportunities. This has created a demise of living and spending along with subsequent retirement issues resulting from the lack of jobs and benefits that would have been provided. All resulting from corporations who have provided preferential treatment to those located overseas and not of USA origin. Employment actions of this matter should be presumed a violation of the EEOC regulation and Civil Rights, Title VII act of 1964.

Dated: July 4, 2010                        Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                                               On Behalf of Pieces



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How Free is America?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 4, 2010
Would offshoring jobs to other countries violate the EEOC regarding discrimination towards workers in America? Does this preference classify as a discriminatory action?

Companies in America who have also originally started here have neglected their obligation by employing a diversity United States of workers of all origins. It may be difficult to prove that a company chooses to hire a specific nationality over another. But, there should be protection for United States citizens among all diversities that would ensure that they are not alienated from a job market and corporations that are based in the United States.

Corporations and employers who seek to prevent employment in respects by eliminating current employment opportunities to USA citizens should be held in violation by EEOC standards and required to employ American citizens to prevent allegations of alleged discrimination. This is since those companies still exist in the USA. Of course, there is nothing wrong with business expansion that may lead to employment of non USA citizen or by creating a company that does business worldwide. This provides international access to services or items that may not be obtainable in a particular country.

When employers that have always existed in the USA decide to depart offices located in the USA, rendering their employees unemployed and cease hire of qualified USA citizens and at the same time the employer continues to hire and do business with employees from a foreign entity; since that company originated in America and continues to claim that it still primarily exists and operates in America it is those companies that should be held in violation of the EEOC because of failure to balance America citizen employment in proportion to the people that do business with such a corporation. It should be legally unacceptable for any business or corporation that has enormous USA citizen use or purchase without having USA citizens as a major part of its employee structure or representation.

This type of discrimination should exist under the National Origin Discrimination. Based upon the fact that American's are treated in a disparagingly way in terms of employment opportunities in the United States. This would also include the labor law's legal hourly wages in America according to each state. Although, if the hourly wages paid are legal but still very low then the cost of living in America must be lowered or ultimately subsidized-how else would citizens be able to afford to live or retire here? It should also be unlawful to create a segregated commerce by employers who hire and issue jobs overseas thus limiting qualified applicants within their own country. 

Such exploitive use and hire overseas has deprived American's of fair job and economic opportunities. This has created a demise of living and spending along with subsequent retirement issues resulting from the lack of jobs and benefits that would have been provided. All resulting from corporations who have provided preferential treatment to those located overseas and not of USA origin. Employment actions of this matter should be presumed a violation of the EEOC regulation and Civil Rights, Title VII act of 1964.

Dated: July 4, 2010                        Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                                               On Behalf of Pieces



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How Free is America?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 4, 2010
Would offshoring jobs to other countries violate the EEOC regarding discrimination towards workers in America? Does this preference classify as a discriminatory action?

Companies in America who have also originally started here have neglected their obligation by employing a diversity United States of workers of all origins. It may be difficult to prove that a company chooses to hire a specific nationality over another. But, there should be protection for United States citizens among all diversities that would ensure that they are not alienated from a job market and corporations that are based in the United States.

Corporations and employers who seek to prevent employment in respects by eliminating current employment opportunities to USA citizens should be held in violation by EEOC standards and required to employ American citizens to prevent allegations of alleged discrimination. This is since those companies still exist in the USA. Of course, there is nothing wrong with business expansion that may lead to employment of non USA citizen or by creating a company that does business worldwide. This provides international access to services or items that may not be obtainable in a particular country.

When employers that have always existed in the USA decide to depart offices located in the USA, rendering their employees unemployed and cease hire of qualified USA citizens and at the same time the employer continues to hire and do business with employees from a foreign entity; since that company originated in America and continues to claim that it still primarily exists and operates in America it is those companies that should be held in violation of the EEOC because of failure to balance America citizen employment in proportion to the people that do business with such a corporation. It should be legally unacceptable for any business or corporation that has enormous USA citizen use or purchase without having USA citizens as a major part of its employee structure or representation.

This type of discrimination should exist under the National Origin Discrimination. Based upon the fact that American's are treated in a disparagingly way in terms of employment opportunities in the United States. This would also include the labor law's legal hourly wages in America according to each state. Although, if the hourly wages paid are legal but still very low then the cost of living in America must be lowered or ultimately subsidized-how else would citizens be able to afford to live or retire here? It should also be unlawful to create a segregated commerce by employers who hire and issue jobs overseas thus limiting qualified applicants within their own country. 

Such exploitive use and hire overseas has deprived American's of fair job and economic opportunities. This has created a demise of living and spending along with subsequent retirement issues resulting from the lack of jobs and benefits that would have been provided. All resulting from corporations who have provided preferential treatment to those located overseas and not of USA origin. Employment actions of this matter should be presumed a violation of the EEOC regulation and Civil Rights, Title VII act of 1964.

Dated: July 4, 2010                        Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                                               On Behalf of Pieces



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How Free is America?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 4, 2010
Would offshoring jobs to other countries violate the EEOC regarding discrimination towards workers in America? Does this preference classify as a discriminatory action?

Companies in America who have also originally started here have neglected their obligation by employing a diversity United States of workers of all origins. It may be difficult to prove that a company chooses to hire a specific nationality over another. But, there should be protection for United States citizens among all diversities that would ensure that they are not alienated from a job market and corporations that are based in the United States.

Corporations and employers who seek to prevent employment in respects by eliminating current employment opportunities to USA citizens should be held in violation by EEOC standards and required to employ American citizens to prevent allegations of alleged discrimination. This is since those companies still exist in the USA. Of course, there is nothing wrong with business expansion that may lead to employment of non USA citizen or by creating a company that does business worldwide. This provides international access to services or items that may not be obtainable in a particular country.

When employers that have always existed in the USA decide to depart offices located in the USA, rendering their employees unemployed and cease hire of qualified USA citizens and at the same time the employer continues to hire and do business with employees from a foreign entity; since that company originated in America and continues to claim that it still primarily exists and operates in America it is those companies that should be held in violation of the EEOC because of failure to balance America citizen employment in proportion to the people that do business with such a corporation. It should be legally unacceptable for any business or corporation that has enormous USA citizen use or purchase without having USA citizens as a major part of its employee structure or representation.

This type of discrimination should exist under the National Origin Discrimination. Based upon the fact that American's are treated in a disparagingly way in terms of employment opportunities in the United States. This would also include the labor law's legal hourly wages in America according to each state. Although, if the hourly wages paid are legal but still very low then the cost of living in America must be lowered or ultimately subsidized-how else would citizens be able to afford to live or retire here? It should also be unlawful to create a segregated commerce by employers who hire and issue jobs overseas thus limiting qualified applicants within their own country. 

Such exploitive use and hire overseas has deprived American's of fair job and economic opportunities. This has created a demise of living and spending along with subsequent retirement issues resulting from the lack of jobs and benefits that would have been provided. All resulting from corporations who have provided preferential treatment to those located overseas and not of USA origin. Employment actions of this matter should be presumed a violation of the EEOC regulation and Civil Rights, Title VII act of 1964.

Dated: July 4, 2010                        Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                                               On Behalf of Pieces



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