Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Workplace Harassment

Doing mandatory "workplace harassment" training for my job; actually, it's anti-harassment training -- but let's not split hairs.

The video example in the training involves a "hispanic" woman, an African-American woman, an Asian-American man, and a woman from Canada. Guess which one is discriminated against?

Of course, the Candadian, based on her Canadian heritage -- cuz that's the scourge of the modern workforce: harassment against Canadian nationals.


Punchline from lesson two: "And so the bartender says, 'That's what *she* said!'"


The Misanthrope said...

This post made me laugh out loud.

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