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Leaked Video Shows IBM CEO Admitting to Coercion in Hiring Practices

In a shocking revelation, O’Keefe Media Group released a leaked video of IBM CEO Arvind Krishna admitting to using coercion in the company’s hiring process. The video, which circulated on Monday evening, showed Krishna discussing the use of bonuses and threats to force executives to hire based on racial quotas.

The leaked video captured Krishna stating, “You got to move both forward by a percentage that leads to a plus on your bonus.” This statement made it clear that employees are being pressured to hire individuals from specific racial groups in order to receive their bonuses. He specifically mentioned the need to hire Hispanics and the consequences of failing to do so, stating, “and by the way if you lose, you lose part of your bonus.”

IBM chief Arvind Krishna’s comments in the leaked video have brought widespread condemnation and criticism. James O’Keefe, the founder of O’Keefe Media Group, pointed out the blatant discrimination and coercion in IBM’s hiring practices. He highlighted the irony of IBM pulling ads from X for ‘racism’ while their CEO is now caught on video admitting to using coercion in the company’s hiring process to favor certain racial groups.

Krishna’s comments in the leaked video further exposed the use of quotas and coercion to manipulate the hiring process. He explicitly stated, “Asians are not an underrepresented minority in tech in America…I’m not going to finess this, for blacks we should try to get towards 13 percent.”

The leaked video has sparked outrage and calls for accountability within IBM and the tech industry as a whole. Many have criticized Krishna’s comments as discriminatory and a clear violation of equal employment opportunity laws.

The revelation comes at a time when many tech companies are facing increased scrutiny over their diversity and inclusion efforts. While there is a push for more diversity in the tech industry, the use of coercion and quotas to achieve this goal has sparked controversy and raised ethical concerns.

The implications of the leaked video extend beyond the hiring practices at IBM, as it raises questions about the larger issue of diversity and inclusion in the tech industry. Many are calling for a more transparent and fair approach to address diversity and inclusion, rather than resorting to coercive tactics that discriminate against certain groups.

As the video continues to circulate, there are growing calls for IBM to address the issue and provide an explanation for Krishna’s comments. The company is facing pressure to take swift and decisive action to address the use of coercion and quotas in its hiring practices.

In response to the leaked video, IBM has released a statement condemning the use of coercion and quotas in its hiring practices. The company emphasized its commitment to diversity and inclusion but did not specifically address Krishna’s comments in the leaked video.

The tech industry is no stranger to controversies surrounding diversity and inclusion. Many companies have faced criticism and legal challenges over their diversity initiatives, with some being accused of using discriminatory practices under the guise of promoting diversity.

The leaked video of IBM CEO Arvind Krishna admitting to using coercion in the company’s hiring process has reignited the debate over diversity and inclusion in the tech industry. It has put a spotlight on the ethical and legal implications of using quotas and coercion to achieve diversity goals, and has prompted calls for greater transparency and accountability in the tech industry.

As the fallout from the leaked video continues, there is a growing demand for IBM and other tech companies to reevaluate their diversity and inclusion efforts and ensure that they are implemented in a fair and ethical manner. The controversy surrounding Krishna’s comments has underscored the need for a more thoughtful and inclusive approach to addressing diversity in the tech industry.