Far Out Friday: Name mocking is 'racial discrimination,' says advisor

Far Out Friday: Name mocking is 'racial discrimination,' says advisor

Far Out Friday: Name mocking is

Last December, he was in email correspondence with the COO of Aviva – an UK insurance provider – Kevin Moss, requesting the company donate to a Polish charity as compensation for his name being mocked by staff in three separate incidents.

According to ftadviser.com, Moss responded: “I don’t feel that there was any racial motivation and they were genuine misunderstandings.”

Furthermore, Slipaczek received a written apology for “unprofessional behaviour” and a £50 donation to the charity of his choice from NatWest Banking, after claiming an
employee laughed at his name and said it sounded like “slip-a-cheque."

JPMorgan delivered a similar response after receiving a complaint from Slipaczek in 2012:  “Although the receptionist is not directly employed by JPMorgan, please be assured that we are taking this complaint extremely seriously and have started a formal investigation with his employer.”

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