The best way to get rid of ants is to kill the queen. The most effective way to stop the spread of dangerous progressive ideas is to remove their promoters from office.
Offices of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are queens of progressive organizations in corporations and universities. Good news? They are starting to die.
The Wall Street Journal published an article by Te-Ping Chen and Lauren Weber this month titled, “The Rise and Fall of the Chief Diversity Officer.” The findings will infuriate left-wing thinkers. Those who have been wondering what happened to conventional wisdom can breathe a sigh of relief. Conservatives can be happy.
According to the Journal, Netflix, Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery has recently been rethinking its position going forward on DEI to the extent that the most diverse, fair and inclusive regulators will lose their jobs. Since last year, thousands of people in various professions have lost their jobs.
For those of us who have been scratching our heads wondering how and why organizations ever thought of DEI, gender theory, the theory of cutthroat competition, and all the other nonsense going forward can make money, DEI’s downfall was not only logical, it was inevitable. Most people – no matter how many times progressives push their propaganda through the media – don’t buy it, figuratively or literally.
In other words, while DEI is a great way for progressives to spread their message, it’s bad for business. It was only a matter of time before corporate stakeholders realized that their finances were struggling because corporate leaders chose to hire people who rose from their ranks.
Miriam Warren, Yelp’s chief diversity officer, told the Journal about some of the challenges managers face in the DEI field. “There’s a combination of sadness, exhaustion, and being, at times, overwhelmed,” Warren said.
I don’t mean to be rude, but I don’t care how Warren feels. How many people has he destroyed while pushing him leftist agenda at work? They will feel good when they work honestly.
DEI’s obsession started after that The biography of George Floyd death in May 2020. According to his release, companies rushed to hire various management officers. It doesn’t say why the run happened, but it must have been a botched attempt to take the top spot.
At least half of the S & P 500 companies hired a CEO of diversity in 2018. By 2022, 75 percent of those companies had created the position, according to a study from research firm Russell Reynolds cited by the Journal.
According to the research mentioned by Blaze MediaThe DEI industry grew to $3.4 billion in 2020. Since then, CEOs have experienced 40 percent more than their peers.
One study found that searches for mixed-race executives dropped by 75 percent last year. According to the Blaze, the human resources expert said it was the most important he had seen in 30 years.
Companies like Bud Light and Objectives must have been blinded by the bad breath of progressive The sewage is piling up between them. They have lost billions of dollars in money by continuing to push the previous plan this year.
It appears that the DEI threat is thriving in businesses, a major pest control environment. Thank you very much. Why did it take so long?
One can only hope that the universities that serve as breeding grounds for these worms will follow suit. When will students realize that advanced training not education but teaching? When the enrollment declines because the graduates trained are not suitable for business inside and outside of education?
According to the Journal, when a Supreme Court After the ban was revoked in June, companies began to anticipate what would happen to them. Do universities see what’s coming, or are they like Bud Light and Target and can’t see the forest for the trees?
Either way, the drop in DEI is a glimmer of hope in the darkness. It is a good practice to pray during breaks.
This article appeared first The Western Journal.