McDonalds – The All American Company BANNED From Employing White People On Top Possitions

McDonald’s strategy for financial success and human resources management has some pretty strict rules, based on turning back the back on the American First standards.

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According to a press release that can be found right on their webpage, clearly states that the bonuses that the company executives are getting will be cut back if they intend to hire more white people on the higher working spots. They make the effort to make minorities as well as immigrants as a part of their future, long term agenda.

The press release states that “Beginning in 2021, the Company is incorporating quantitative human capital management-related metrics to annual incentive compensation for its Executive Vice Presidents.”

The clear company goals state that “By the end of 2025, 35 % of the people in jobs that are at the level of senior director and above will be from underrepresented groups. That metric was at 29 % in 2020.”

In a report of the Washington Examiner on this topic, it was added that up to 15% of a bonus will be tied to implementing and achieving these targets.

A so called “Inclusion Index” is going to measure these targets, promoting equality through diversity.

But not all Americans seem to agree with this.


Some questioned the program, like Celine Ryan, calling the new plan with the name“McQuotas.”

“But even those who place value in the concepts of ‘diversity, equity, and inclusion’ have repeatedly pointed out that these types of hiring quotas are misguided at best, and empty performances at worst, with unintended negative consequences,” Ryan wrote.

And this is the question that pops out in my head loudest – really, what is the difference between promoting diversity and the starting of discrimination towards the home nation?


Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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