Sunday, May 30, 2010

arizona went a lil 2 far!

the new anti-immigrant law is a sign that even in 2010 racisim is still around. the law which allows a police officer to question any one in arizona who looks like an illegal immigrant. the problem with this new law is the main targets will be hispanics and people of color. this law goes against a couple of laws that was made to protect peoples rights. they even want to inforce this law in schools. the sad part about it is states such as california,texas and nevada will most likely follow in arizona's foot steps because they a large amount of immigrants living in those states close to mexico. this will also offend people who arent illegal immigrants and has been questioned. i also think its unreasonable to ask some one for documents to prove they are legal,because no one walks around with their birthpapers,passports etc...unless they are going to travel or somthing. i hope this law is stopped soon before it spreads out to other states. will america ever get deeper and go passed skin color?

Thursday, April 1, 2010

what privacy rights do you have as a worker?...who knows

Americans today tend to believe that it is unfair and an invasion of privacy to take drug and personality tests in order to be hired.while others including employers,managers and business owners believe that this is necessary information needed in order to hire an individual. at the same time I believe that testing workers is not a big problem; I also believe that the test should be limited and not get to personal. random drug tests is a great idea for current workers to make sure they are sober while working. and since it's a random test they will not be able to prepair them selves for it. however i believe the personality test is a little to is degrading to tell some one they are hired or not based on their personality.