The Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin does not apply in some private organizations. As a former employee of a private organization, the senior management teams for the most part do not train their middle management employees to honor differences such as a person’s race, religion, and sex. Most private enterprises hire based on the congruencies from the prospective employee to desires or characteristics of their organizations culture.
The question is, high administration has too much power to hire any person they feel is worthy for the open position. To me, the power that is in the hands of the senior management causes them to discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, and national origin. I have been part of interview committees for private organizations and they are not streamlined efficiently from a third party to make sure these private organizations are following federal laws pertaining to job discrimination. Should it even get to that point?
It boggles my mind when an entire organization is predominately the same race and sex and virtually the same type of person implying that all people in the organization have the same mannerisms and colloquialisms. So, some private organizations go above and beyond the prohibition of employment discrimination and even do not hire people of different panaches hiring people that act, talk, and walk the same. A working organization should follow the same design as the real world. Organizations need to follow federal laws, because then one human entity is having too much authority, and in most cases they will abuse their power and do whatever they feel is right in their mind and not what is right for all people and democracies.