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20 February, 18:39

Rohit, an Indian, is a marketing executive in an American company. He graduated from a top Ivy League university in the United States and is known for his outstanding performance, positive attitude, and innovative ideas. Despite his educational qualifications and skills, Rohit is not promoted to the position of marketing manager. Instead, Ryan, a white male with lesser experience and average performance, is promoted to the position of marketing manager. In this scenario, which of the following is most likely the reason why Rohit was not promoted?

a. Rohit's educational qualifications do not match the educational qualifications of white Americans.

b. The company prefers to have white Americans at top positions.

c. Rohit's performance does not meet the industry standards.

d. The company does not consider Rohit's experience adequate for a promotion.

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  1. 20 February, 19:53
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    Answer: The company prefers to have white Americans at top positions, is most likely the reason why Rohit was not promoted.

    In this particular case, Rohit a marketing executive who has graduated from a top Ivy League university in the United States and has been known for his outstanding performance, positive attitude, and innovative ideas yet somehow Ryan, a white male with lesser experience and average performance, is promoted to the position of marketing manager.

    This states that there is discrimination in this organization and they tend to hire white people over people of color.

    Therefore, the correct option is (b).
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