What should we do to corporations condoning unethical practices and policies?

Posted by: wn

Take the photo as an example; he is the CEO of Abercrombie and Fitch, a corporation which excludes customers and employees as if they were starting another Holocaust.

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Eradicate them

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Do nothing

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wn says2013-09-17T14:48:39.3760229-05:00
I meant "those with physical impediments"
wn says2013-09-20T12:35:25.6115826-05:00
It promotes a bad corporate image to discriminate against those who wish to work, but get arrested for a small mistake that isn't their fault (there's a question somewhere where an A&F employee is arrested simply for interrupting some sort of scheme that could get the company money and the employee was late for an interview. There is also an article on the Guardian about how an amputee working there was bullied by her fellow employees). It is also harmful to the corporation's image to discourage many groups of people from buying from the business, which will limit profits considerably due to the fact that consumers will agree with their ideas, from their influence as a clothes retail chain.
wn says2013-09-20T12:35:26.2884112-05:00
It promotes a bad corporate image to discriminate against those who wish to work, but get arrested for a small mistake that isn't their fault (there's a question somewhere where an A&F employee is arrested simply for interrupting some sort of scheme that could get the company money and the employee was late for an interview. There is also an article on the Guardian about how an amputee working there was bullied by her fellow employees). It is also harmful to the corporation's image to discourage many groups of people from buying from the business, which will limit profits considerably due to the fact that consumers will agree with their ideas, from their influence as a clothes retail chain.
wn says2013-09-20T12:35:26.2979782-05:00
It promotes a bad corporate image to discriminate against those who wish to work, but get arrested for a small mistake that isn't their fault (there's a question somewhere where an A&F employee is arrested simply for interrupting some sort of scheme that could get the company money and the employee was late for an interview. There is also an article on the Guardian about how an amputee working there was bullied by her fellow employees). It is also harmful to the corporation's image to discourage many groups of people from buying from the business, which will limit profits considerably due to the fact that consumers will agree with their ideas, from their influence as a clothes retail chain.
wn says2013-09-20T12:35:26.6099762-05:00
It promotes a bad corporate image to discriminate against those who wish to work, but get arrested for a small mistake that isn't their fault (there's a question somewhere where an A&F employee is arrested simply for interrupting some sort of scheme that could get the company money and the employee was late for an interview. There is also an article on the Guardian about how an amputee working there was bullied by her fellow employees). It is also harmful to the corporation's image to discourage many groups of people from buying from the business, which will limit profits considerably due to the fact that consumers will agree with their ideas, from their influence as a clothes retail chain.
wn says2013-09-20T12:35:26.6628208-05:00
It promotes a bad corporate image to discriminate against those who wish to work, but get arrested for a small mistake that isn't their fault (there's a question somewhere where an A&F employee is arrested simply for interrupting some sort of scheme that could get the company money and the employee was late for an interview. There is also an article on the Guardian about how an amputee working there was bullied by her fellow employees). It is also harmful to the corporation's image to discourage many groups of people from buying from the business, which will limit profits considerably due to the fact that consumers will agree with their ideas, from their influence as a clothes retail chain.
wn says2013-09-20T12:35:36.6782776-05:00
It promotes a bad corporate image to discriminate against those who wish to work, but get arrested for a small mistake that isn't their fault (there's a question somewhere where an A&F employee is arrested simply for interrupting some sort of scheme that could get the company money and the employee was late for an interview. There is also an article on the Guardian about how an amputee working there was bullied by her fellow employees). It is also harmful to the corporation's image to discourage many groups of people from buying from the business, which will limit profits considerably due to the fact that consumers will agree with their ideas, from their influence as a clothes retail chain.
wn says2013-09-20T12:35:36.9746852-05:00
It promotes a bad corporate image to discriminate against those who wish to work, but get arrested for a small mistake that isn't their fault (there's a question somewhere where an A&F employee is arrested simply for interrupting some sort of scheme that could get the company money and the employee was late for an interview. There is also an article on the Guardian about how an amputee working there was bullied by her fellow employees). It is also harmful to the corporation's image to discourage many groups of people from buying from the business, which will limit profits considerably due to the fact that consumers will agree with their ideas, from their influence as a clothes retail chain.
wn says2013-09-20T12:36:03.1449420-05:00
I apologise for spam, I'm using a phone to post this

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