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IBM’s CEO Denies Offering Bonuses for Racial and Sexual Hiring Bias

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IBM’s CEO, Arvind Krishna, denies discriminating against American job-seekers based on race, following the release of a video showing him apparently offering bonuses to executives who meet racial quotas.

The leaked video sparked controversy, with accusations of discrimination against American professionals.

Despite Krishna’s statements, IBM faces potential legal risks and a lawsuit for discrimination. (Trending: Democrat Excludes White People From Holiday Party In Controversial Email)

“We want to get to the representational demographics of the underlying population,” Krishna said.

Hitting such goals “leads to a plus on your bonus,” he pressed.

“By the way, if you [fail to meet the quotas], you lose part of your bonus.”

The company’s hiring policies and the use of bonuses based on meeting diversity quotas have raised concerns about discrimination and the impact on American workers.

“I have a thick skin, I’ll go deal with it. Our board is quite aware of what’s going on. Between the board, our shareholders, me. we’re going to deal with it,” Krishna said.

“I would recommend all of you should not respond. Anything there just cause more of a response.”

“So I would highly recommend don’t feed this thing.”

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