Microsoft Brags About Blatantly Racist ‘Pay Equity Agenda’

( – Microsoft is receiving backlash over its 2023 Diversity and Inclusion Report, which boasts about paying ethnic minorities more than white employees for the same work. In the report, the company’s pay equity agenda admitted that ethnic minorities eligible for rewards could potentially earn $1.007 in total pay for every $1 earned by white employees. The report revealed that Asian employees earned $1.012 and black employees earned $1.004 for every $1 earned by white employees with identical job titles and levels. The total pay referred to by the report includes base salary in addition to yearly bonuses and stock awards.

The company has previously sparked controversy in 2022 for placing a cap on the number of white and Asian applicants that can apply for its Fellowship. The Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship included a stipend of $42,000. The company insisted that out of the four nominees participating universities could put forward each year, at least two had to be from black, Latin American, indigenous, LGBT, military, or disabled communities.

Microsoft is not the only Big Tech company to come under fire for its diversity and inclusion policies; Google’s AI image generator has been widely criticized, particularly by Elon Musk. The billionaire called the programming racist, insane, and “anti-civilizational.” Google admitted in February 2024 that it overcompensated to produce “diverse” images even when they made no sense. Like Microsoft, Disney has also been criticized in a federal civil rights suit for using diversity metrics to calculate employee bonuses. The suit alleged that the company discriminated against white men, Christians, and Jews.

The Daily Wire reported that other companies, such as the U.S. Bank, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, and McKinsey and Company, went even further with discriminatory policies by banning their white employees from participating in their employee leadership training programs. Microsoft also bragged about nurturing far-left ideas in its employees and claimed that 96.4% of its staff reported a sense of “allyship.” One passage of the report shared the company’s focus on understanding how to be “allies” to create a “culture of inclusion.”

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