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I was reading about that veteran denied an advertised promotion because he was black. A facebook friend noted today the restaurant head was relieved of his job by national management. I’m skeptical this is a productive act.
An attorney was quoted:
Maybe the manager could not own up to that mistake. That might be a reason to get rid of him. Running a restaurant is a business of service. One has to be able to serve people–all people. An alternative might be to ask the guy to spend a few weeks in the kitchen or bussing tables, maybe even at full salary.
What is missing in the young man’s life is an attitude of service. Seems like there’s too much of a sense of entitlement. But I do think a person should be able to count on a job. Flashing the pink slip is too much of a Republican act for my taste.
About catholicsensibilityTodd lives in Minnesota, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.