Thread regarding Union Pacific Corp. layoffs

I called the values hotline

Now lets see if they follow thru on their investigation on these racist managers who have favorites and snitches who drink with them and target the colored.

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Post ID: @OP+17FNHn2Z

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I don't think a lot of people understand their "values" or "EEO" hotline. You're calling a number to file a complaint against someone, who's employed by the same company that runs it! Think about it.

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Post ID: @5wny+17FNHn2Z

The values hotline exists as a scam to get employees to downgrade the value of their potential EEOC claims. You report an issue to the values hotline, they pretend to give the offender a slap on the wrist, you've now got a mark against your name. Then, when you file a claim EEOC claim, the company uses your own words from your values hotline complaint to try to find inconsistencies in your claim. Go straight to the EEOC for your city/state and file your complaint there. You're welcome.

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Post ID: @4ihp+17FNHn2Z

He said “the colored.” This was a correct sentence and is in no way demeaning. Every post isn’t by a troll and all posts aren’t perfect, but this doesn’t take away from the meaning. How to correctly report an EEO violation is information that some may not have known, so getting it out is good no matter who did the original posting.

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Post ID: @1awc+17FNHn2Z

If OP had said POC/ person of color, then I would agree, but that isn't what he said. He said "colored", when this term is used its usually in a demeaning way.

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Post ID: @1lpz+17FNHn2Z

You’ve never heard the term people of color? You must live in Omaha. Get outside some. It doesn’t just refer to black people by the way.

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Post ID: @sad+17FNHn2Z

You know this is a troll post because I have never met a black person that calls themselves "colored".

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Post ID: @ftu+17FNHn2Z

The values hotline is a joke. It is like the safety hotlines. I’ve seen the local manager in charge of the safety hotline listen to the voicemails and make fun of the guys. The values hotline is just a “neutral third party” that takes in info but then passes it on to UP. File an EEO complaint if you’ve been discriminated against. Even if they don’t do anything, when you later file an EEOC lawsuit you’ll want to be able to show you tried to get it resolved internally. That’s why they take the EEO complaints more seriously.

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Post ID: @kuj+17FNHn2Z

If you have a discrimination complaint you should call the EEO hotline. The values hotline people do not investigate EEO type complaints. You can call the EEO hotline at 402-544-0050. They will take your information, ask about any witnesses, and conduct an investigation. If the results are not what you believe is appropriate, you can obtain counsel from an outside attorney that handles EEO cases. Good luck.

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Post ID: @myb+17FNHn2Z

This is a good sign. Tired of being discriminated. They have a great way of covering it up. Our unions are weak and we need to stand up!

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