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(First Coast News)   Wells Fargo proves just how easy it is to cheat the Rooney Rule   (firstcoastnews.com) divider line
    More: Asinine, Wells Fargo, former executive Joe Bruno, market leader, Wells Fargo Advisors, New York Times, specific claims, Academic publishing, Management  
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2022-05-21 9:50:04 AM  
Impossible.  Justice Roberts told me racism is a relic of our distant past.
 
2022-05-21 9:53:03 AM  
So that's how it is in their corporate family.
 
2022-05-21 10:36:17 AM  
Wells Fargo should have been broken up back when they created millions of fake accounts for their clientele
 
2022-05-21 10:49:41 AM  
It's crazy how far Wells Fargo has fallen. They used to have the highest customer service ratings and were one of the most respected companies. They really did a 180. Now they're the LEAST respected company in America, and they're still going further down the tubes.
 
2022-05-21 11:02:12 AM  
Well I guess we should just give up and never hold companies accountable for racist practices
 
2022-05-21 11:30:26 AM  
Why don't we have a corporate death penalty?
 
2022-05-21 11:44:58 AM  

nquadroa: Why don't we have a corporate death penalty?


Because the mega corps own the politicians.

Politicians aint gonna go against their masters.
 
2022-05-21 11:53:31 AM  
The more general version of this goes on all the time.
So the fact that this goes on to satisfy diversity efforts does not surprise.
Saw multiple instances of it while I was still working.

Not every posting, obviously, but more than you might suspect.

Opening is identified.
It is already known who will be hired.
Could be nepotism (in one case I had first hand knowledge of, guys wife for a different dept, H1B), friend, etc.
Usually for someone who is close with management or is management.
Job posted to satisfy HR.
Interviews conducted.
Original identified person hired.
Rinse and repeat.
In another case I was aware of. Answers to test for one of the candidates were given out in advance (development).
 
2022-05-21 12:03:06 PM  

The Brains: Wells Fargo should have been broken up back when they created millions of fake accounts for their clientele


Why anyone would have an account or do business with Wells Fargo is beyond me.
 
2022-05-21 12:17:09 PM  

DrKillPatient: The more general version of this goes on all the time.
So the fact that this goes on to satisfy diversity efforts does not surprise.
Saw multiple instances of it while I was still working.

Not every posting, obviously, but more than you might suspect.

Opening is identified.
It is already known who will be hired.
Could be nepotism (in one case I had first hand knowledge of, guys wife for a different dept, H1B), friend, etc.
Usually for someone who is close with management or is management.
Job posted to satisfy HR.
Interviews conducted.
Original identified person hired.
Rinse and repeat.
In another case I was aware of. Answers to test for one of the candidates were given out in advance (development).


Yep. Seen all of those. I had a job offer rescinded because the CEO's nephew had got fired from his last job and they needed to cover it up.
 
2022-05-21 12:42:32 PM  
We researched all specific claims the reporter shared with us in advance of the story's publication and could not corroborate the claims as factual.

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