Classism in the Corporate World

While some people might try to deny it, claiming that skills alone are important, or that people in their workplace are treated only on the basis of skills and qualities, the truth of the matter is that classism exists in the in the Corporate World. In some places it might be blaringly apparent, while in others there might just be undertones of it, but it definitely exists. It exists in the way the corporate employees treat the clerks, the office boy, or the security. It exists in the different way a person who had to work day and night and study on scholarship to get a job, and a person who got the job because he knew somebody who knew somebody is treated. It exists in how a person who speaks English fluently and a person for whom English is a second language is treated differently. It may not be blatant, but Classism definitely exists in the Corporate World.

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